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BGVP DX3s Earbuds

BGVP DX3s Earbuds

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Do these earbuds come with a mic?
Less than two weeks of using one, it broke on me. The sound was good though. The earbuds just snapped near their cable connection point.
Received mine. To my surprise this came with a mic. It's somewhat a pain when hooking it to other sources than smartphones (can't plug it all the way in - need to buy TRRS to TRS adapter probably). These are easy on the ears, no piercing treble and vocals are quite prominent. They sound passable but Sennheiser MX 760 is just way ahead. These work as decent sounding handsfrees form my phone.
I just received mine and I was surprised at how flat they sounded. Overall they sound fine but nothing exceptional. I A/B tested with the newest Apple earbuds and I have to say, I like them better. I will burn the DX3's in for a day or two to see if they improve but so far the sound is good but not great.
Found this impression from thaiheadphoneclub fb group and its written in thai. I dont know if facebook translation is accurate tho.

I joined this drop and then found this imagine posted by customers on Aliexpress. Sounds like the connectors could have potential issues. I suggest everyone should at least try disconnecting the cable once after receiving the earphone.
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Thanks, good to know :) How about the sound character and quality?
In short, vocal forward with lower bass. I think they are good for the price but wont work for everyone. I left a review a bit ago here. Check there for more details :)
I was under the impression earbuds can't hold a candle against iems. Will this thing be better than your generic chinese $5 earbuds from the corner store?
Anything is better than what you can find in a dollar store.

Earbuds, when done properly, offer a much more expansive sound stage. The airiness they provide give a more natural sound when compared to iems.

Myself, I use the Venture Electronics Monks. They're only 5 bucks and I prefer using them over many of my portable/OTG collection.
It's quite a toss-up and you can find some strong opinions favoring one over the other based on everything from listening preferences to fitment. Some very broad generalizations are that IEMs will (with proper fit) isolate better and usually (due to the seal they create) carry greater low-end (at least in quantity - if not always in response). Earbuds (as Yakov already mentioned) usually offer a wider sound stage - often with better positioning - though possibly at the cost of being able to hear certain details until you crank things up (again, simply because of the open design).

For me? Subway, mass-transit, et al. I stick to IEMs for the isolation so I can hear myself think. At work or on a walk outside? Earbuds to enjoy the extra sound stage space and stay aware of my surroundings. Hope that helps.

[Quick edit to say if you aren't sure about earbuds/earphones, the VE Monk+ is a great place to start. Pretty good entry into the world of better sounding earbuds, and at a low enough cost that if the fit/feel/sound doesn't suit you; it isn't a big loss.]
The previous drop shipped early. They are supposed to arrive on Thursday next week for me. Will not be soon enough to post impressions for this drop, but I will still be sure to post my impressions. They have this drop twice within a short time frame so hopefully it can help those who are waiting for the next one.

My two cents however, I am sure these will sound fairly good. I say this because they clearly put effort into the cable. Generally, a company does not spend money on a nice cable only to have a shitty product. Secondly, if that cable is as nice as it appears it is honestly worth it for the cable alone!
Shipped early, nice.
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Well, looks like I was wrong. They've already reached Finland so I should receive them this week.
Great! haha
Need a good trusted english review or five, before going into this.
Love earbuds though, they're so much better than IEMs. I'll wait for reviews though.
Seeing how there aren't much reviews on these, I looked them up on taobao and translated one of the more detailed reviews available out there. My Chinese isn't fantastic so please chime in if any other mandarin-speakers got a better understanding:

"I burnt in these earbuds for 5 days upon receipt and now I can comment. Source is the XDuoo x50, XD-05 with iphone5, or Zune. First, appearance and usage. Appearance-wise, these look high-end and is a breath of fresh air coming from the 'diy' (note: taobao parlance for knockoff iems) mx500 shells. Wearing them was nasty - I am used to frequently wearing earbuds and this is the first pair that refused to securely in my head, but of course the ear-hooks provided by the shopkeeper solved this perfectly. On my first audition, these earbuds pleasantly surprised me, with full sounds, thick mids, and bass that goes lower than other earbuds. Even now my opinion is unchanged and to elaborate how outstanding these are at this price point: the bass is rhythmic without being boomy; the mids are the highlights - rich without sounding granular; the highs I found to be a little lacking, without enough clarity and extension."
Bass goes low, rich mids, treble a bit lacking. That's EXACTLY what my treble-sensitive ears like.
I would really like to know what kind of sound signature these have.