Reecho is the international trade name of Yusicon and now here you see Reecho Sg-01 OVA Mini Review. I had used many songs and 2 devices for comparison. The complete review will have some comparisons and cable rolled impressions.
- Ergonomic design,with wear-resistant coating,durable and comfortable.
- Lightweight and strong zinc alloy acoustic cavity with clear outline and elegant style.
- Model:SG-01 OVA.
- Driver:10mm N52 Graphene composite diaphragm.
- Cable : 5N 96 Core Sliver-Plated OCC Cable.
- Frequency range:20Hz-20kHz.
I used a ipod nano 6 for this quick 1 song post. https://youtu.be/kcEIDMgPYDU Presentation is forward. Treble and bass have sharpness&weight. Basses doesn’t have ultra resolution. Layering is meh. Vocal is forward. But not shouty. Source is somehow weak but it’s not an issue unlike the original 01. Texturing is nice. 3d imaging is nice too and it’s bass can make you tap your feet.
Reecho sg-01 OVA first impressions are finished. This time first impressions with more power than good old ipod nano 6. Meet the behemoth dx300! I wanted to give it another shot and last chance before I sit down for reviewing. Most definitely scaling up with power. The bass is so controlled now and on stage layering is much better than non powered listening. Not the best at monitoring but I am not hearing any unneeded low end at Hans Zimmer Live in Prague. However the soundfield width is disappointingly narrow and somewhat shallow. I guess I am getting what I paid Treble extensions are quick. This is helping in 3d imaging. But do not expect a HM..
Now fantastic at Limehouse Blues compared to my experience with ipod nano 6. 40/100 volume is enough to fill my hearing field. Keep in mind that this was a iem with forward presentation. Despite being forward, nothing is invasive. But its slightly lacking dynamics and more than slightly lacking the delicacy many similarly priced ($39) competitors have. Hey you owe this observation to the vibrato at the Limehouse Blues of Jazz At The Pawnshop.
And the bass test. The electronic bass has some punch (thump actually) but it can’t stretch to lower ends of the spectrum. However despite what I am saying, I had a bit more feedback at the bassdrop seconds on my usual bass reference track boy this is quite good at dubstep and drum’n bass unless you don’t mind the somewhat recessed mids and slightly weak slam.
Last words_____IMO if an iem needs many times more worth (like 25 times) of source component to sound very good (compared to how it was at ipod nano 6 a decent dap even today), it’s not that good actually and being budget doesn’t always result in this…I am leaving the stage for other sourced writeups. I don’t want to spend more time on it. See you in an another article