BQEYZ Topaz is the latest release from BQEYZ who placed budget concern above all, hence its name is starting with B for budget..After Summer and Autumn we reviewed before, it is a welcoming addition to the line.
Box, BQEYZ Topaz and Cable
The outer case is a soothing sight with combination of light purple and white.
Box Contents are simple. 2×3 eartips of 3 different sizes. Carrying case, brush, cable and various documents.
Cable is silver in color, nice in details and looking strong with 4 main lines braided together. Y split isn’t forgotten as well.
As you take the units off, you see they are non eartipped. Bqeyz must have wanted you to have the privilege to insert ear tips in their places.
Now the brief sound impressions.
I am using a few tracks from my usual reference playlist off UAPP. Source is dx300 and volume is 40/100, gain M.
Very lively and transparent at Jazz at the Pawnshop – Limehouse Blues, with no or very smooth bass boominess at smooth jazz. I am hearing speed thus extensions and 3d imaging is surprisingly high for its price.
Soundstage is immersively wide at Live in Prague. Capacity to catch the details is amazing. I feel like I am watching a bluray dvd of the famous concert in my stereo sound system. But its capacity has limits. Instruments aren’t crystal clear seperated in that 3 layered huge stage. And low end thump is following you around. And neutral to dark timbre is evident. It’s sound is neutral with elevated mid basses.
Last track is Knife Party – Centipede in this quick first impressions. Wowow when the bass begin! Seems like there is a tiger hidden under catty clothing and I loved it. Treble isn’t that disturbingly splashy in dubstep.
First Impressions Conclusions
So I end my first impressions. I was writing as I was listening. BQEYZ Topaz is a mid beast but mid basses and control of its driver is high so you can’t hear huge basses in smooth jazz.