KBear is up and running with KBear Qinglong, 10mm DD. The vocal that KBear Qinglong projects are mesmerizing; it is crystal clear, smooth, and fascinating. I have to congratulate KBear for such a tuning job. Now, below is my take on Qinglong. Thanks to Keephifi for the unit.
Some metallicness in female vocals
Price is hefty for what it offers
The soundstage has the potential to be huge and immersive if it is used correctly. You are surrounded by a semicircular soundstage with speakers on both sides. Although pop music is often characterized by muddy basslines, the bass in these tracks is surprisingly well-balanced. Nonetheless, not every dubstep track has bone-rattling bass. Only by turning up the volume can one see a good change. Well-detailed voices and a balanced, cohesive midrange provide for a pleasant listening experience. Unique amongst its features is its ability to realistically render textures.
The dx300’s 100/100 loudness M increase brings details that were previously hidden to the forefront without adding too much distortion. (There is, as you must admit) This is one of the best choices for immersing to music because of its high power consumption for higher SQ and wonderful 180-degree playback. A woman’s voice may sound metallic when raised to higher tones. On the other hand, I was very interested in seeing performances in person. Experiencing the 3D soundscape visually. There is a solid amount of bass without it being overpowering. Bass-heavy electronic music can greatly profit from the tactile nuances that bass instruments offer.
Compared to QKZxHBB, the midbass is more punchy in Qkz, but the treble is very light. The width of the soundstage is noticeably reduced in comparison to that of Qinglong. When it’s there, the vocals come dangerously near to sibilance, and the lush playback can make you feel as though you’re being squeezed in.
Compared to QoA Gimlet, Gimlet has a less bodied tin-like treble and a brighter overall sound than Qing does. In comparison to Qing, the soundstage is acceptable. Gimlet has less emphasis on the midbass than Qing does. This is contributing to it feeling lighter overall in comparison to Qing.
KBear Qinglong Review
The name KBear Qinglong has been added to our most recent lineup to the KBear family we featured many times before.. Because it contains a PU+PEEK double-layer composite diaphragm, it is guaranteed to have a relatively easy sound signature, which places an emphasis on the low end despite the fact that the price is somehow higher in relation to what you get in return for it. According to what my ears are telling me, it gets a grade of C. Yours will most surely be different. Get yours from this link: