Vsonic VSD2S Red-blue

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The VSD1S since its inception has been an extremely popular budget option for many audiophiles. Vsonic had build on what made the VSD1 so popular by creating the VSD2S. The VSD2S features an all new shell design and improved clarity as compared to the VSD1. 

Difference between VSD2 and VSD2S: The VSD2 features a slightly stronger bass while the VSD2S edges slightly ahead with slightly better clarity and treble. 



  • 3 pairs of silicon tips (S, M, L)
  • 1 pair of biflange tips 
  • 1 shirt clip
  • 1 pair of ear guides 
  • 1 pouch


  • Driver unit: 10.7 mm CCAW efficient moving coil drive unit 
  • Rated Impedance: 16 Ohm 
  • Sensitivity: >104 dB/mW 
  • Frequency response: 5Hz- 24KHz 
  • Plug: 3.5mm jack
  • Cable: 1.20 mm 
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Warranty Information

One year warranty by manufacturer via seller
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Great sound balance, plenty of sibilance in the treble side

    Posted by Simone on 3rd Feb 2016

    Good sound balance, bass is present but not forced and always clear and precise, treble is a bit more present than the other frequencies and mid is always balanced and perfect for vocals and acoustics. Unfortunately they have plenty of sibilance in the treble frequencies, making the "s" really annoying sometimes, with a bit of equalization it can be tuned down and reduce the sibilance.

  • 4
    Good treble-centric sound for lower budgets

    Posted by Victor on 18th Jul 2015

    Very detailed sound. Not quite as balanced as a GR07, and the VSD2S has a marked tilt towards the upper treble with a focus point there which gives good detailing. The other parts of the spectrum at times feel a bit constricted and slightly unfocused and a bit behind in clarity from the GR07.

    Overall though, very competent sound, especially if you like the main focus of the sound to be in the treble. Not a huge treble tilt by any means, but the peak there is what grabs my attention when listening. Fairly free of sibilance since the treble focus lies slightly above the 4-6K area.

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