Audiosense is (not) another iem company from China with little information, and a three way 6BA Audiosense DT600 review will happen below. I said not because they offer exceptional technicalities and entertainment for their prices. I rather said that they are a great deal because they give you a fun, immersive experience for a low price. Thanks to Audiosense for the unit.
Neutrality and tonality
Details and layering level
Disappointing treble range performance (how dare I can say that with its 6BA under its hood)
Mediocre 3D imaging
Hard to unleash its BA’s and get a juicy performance
The presence of hard locked plastic case is satisfying, as well as the abundance of accesories. The cable is MMCX and non modular.
The timbre is neutral to bright. This quality of sound makes it particularly well-suited for instruments such as guitars, keyboards, and drums that need clarity in order to stand out in a mix. Playing organic and full. There are a lot of details. If you listen carefully, you can hear a hand slide along a string. Its layering is verifying the $2xx price. This sound is part of the organic beauty of a full-bodied stringed instrument, and it’s one of the many details that justifies its relatively high price tag. To be honest, a touch of two brights is required. The soundstage is massive (boxed in sometimes, this is the neutrality of DT600), wide, and deep. Texturing is good but not perfect for a smooth jazz night (wonderfully crisp when Alice Cooper is on the mic). I would expect it to adjust its timbre to fit the dimly lit jazz club. To be fair, I was hoping for more out of the DT600 when it came to handling the nuanced instrumentation of jazz . However, 3D imaging is mediocre.
This amethyst’s killer characteristic is its bass. It simply hops your internals if necessary. And there is no bleeding everywhere. They deserve an A in both quality and quantity. The Final Victory expresses the similar sentiment, with plenty of organic bass in many forms. It’s hard to believe that’s a BA-packed iem. (6 to be exact) Prior to DT600, I had heard that punch in the bass at Westone UM3x many years ago.
Midrange performance depends on the power you provide. Higher gain levels brighten the sound and turn it into a boring performer. The vocals sing right at you, but they are respectfully far away and have different textures. I wouldn’t say no to a notch of brightness. This is especially noticeable in Middle Eastern recordings, where the upper mids and lower treble play a significant role. But it mustn’t be disgraced. You can quickly tell if the vocalist is harsh or not by the crispness of their voice. But I would have given it a B in the midrange if it had portrayed Ney’s blown line.
Not fancy. It’s sad and unexpected, but even the results from dx300 say so. But take note in the Audiosense DT600 Review, this is partially based on the main mix of the tracks. DT600’s treble, on the other hand, has a more subdued personality. The treble gets a C+. However, this is probably due to the eartips and/or the cable..
vs Hzsound Heart Mirror: HM is proving the difference instantly. MUCH fresher and open air like. The soundstage looks widened up in 3 dimensions. You also get treble quality that the DT600 lacks unless it’s fully loaded with power. But you lose everything you love about its bass of DT600 in HM. Musicality is almost equal. HM seems like a thinner DT600 with some humor.
vs Truthear Hexa: Hexa is like HM in trebles. The glockenspiel is constantly chiming in Tubular Bells. And bass turning into a subwoofer in the first quarter of the tracks. Not as jumpy like Dt600 in Radioaktivitat. And certainly more smooth jazz matches. The same goes for Alice Cooper rock music too. It can extract more treble from the same track I used too. Hexa, who had beaten B2 in my comparison, appears to be a better Dt600 (only on the surface). it has to grow up, take 2 more BA off the road, tune down its upper trebled and reach to a a razor sharp detail withdrawal power to prove itself)
vs Aune Audio Jasper: AJ is placing itself higher than the DT600 without much effort. Better than the DT600 in terms of bass (sub bass) and treble, and a nice upgrade to HM. But the Hexa is still holding its ground. This AJ is a treble extractor too, but less shiny than Hexa, certainly looks like a flock of metallic butterflies compared to DT600. Sweet Home Chicago is a festival for my ears. When compared to the DT600, everything, including Clapton, sounds right. AJ is older than the DT600, but it certainly is better in fields where the DT600 is good at..
Audiosense DT600 review
The Audiosense DT600 is a one-of-a-kind combination of a 3-way 6BA engine that slaps you with low end on one track while reflecting stars on the ceiling on another. However, it requires juice, just as Faraday required water in the TV series (The Man Who Fell to Earth). Enter the slightly aged beauty and put it on the top shelf of your collection. Putting the slightly worn beauty on the top shelf of your collection is a great way to keep it safe for many years to come. And there are hundreds of possibilities around it, that can last a lifetime.