UM stands for Unique Melody and their UM Mest MKII rocked the iem world. Now is my review. Thanks to H for the generous loaner.
The dynamic driver that is a part of the Unique Melody UM Mest MKII is the component that is responsible for delivering a bass sound that is both precise and robust. The armatures, assuming they are correctly balanced, will allow for a high degree of resolution to be achieved all across mids as well as the highs. Two electrostatic drivers were built into the system so that the treble could go on for a long time to sound realistic. Furthermore, the sound is refined by utilizing a cutting-edge bone conduction technique that is known as dBC-S Dual Sides Bone Conduction. This technology has the power of sending the sound straight to the inner ear, guaranteeing that there are no obstructions in the way of its transmission. The end result is a sound that is extremely clear, accurate, and lifelike, and it will have a massive effect on whoever is listening to it. I am charmed by its power to handle Karitas..
The Unique Melody UM Mest MKII also has a very nice appearance thanks to its design. Earpieces and the cable they use have been constructed to have a stylish appearance. The cable has an awesome look, and the earpieces are quite cozy to use for extended periods of time if you have a bigger than M concha cavity. However, after connecting to Dunu Amber 4.4. + dx300, the secret level will be unlocked.
Resolution and texturing
Sound projection size
Comfort due to the size and driver flex (in my unit)
Neutrality can be boring depending the song
Neutrality is written on its forehead. Its timbre is neutral to bright. 3d imaging is pretty high with it. Everything, including the vibrato and the keyboard, is realistic. You aren’t listening to an amateur reproduction of the spectrum. Instrumental separation and soundscape are fantastic. It’s almost 220 degrees wide. And the sound is filling your hearing space layer by layer. Its layering screams TOTL. You can use it as a performance monitor when needed, and if it fits your ear fine. Since neutral is its nickname, there is no unneeded bass, especially in well crafted recorded songs.
Here, we have a company of two characters. In the beginning of Playing God, the bass can reach great depths, but the drums in Paper Trails are rough and striking. However, his foggy voice has a lot of texture.
The music known as drum ‘n’ bass is characterized by its heavy basslines and complex layering. This significantly raises the level of entertainment. However, I have seen more punchy and harsher basses before taking into consideration what I choose to throw at it. On the other hand, when listening to some dubstep music, you could feel as if you’ve been transported to another dimension. The vibrations in your knees would be the least of the feedback you would feel. In addition, its bass is unrivaled with regard to resolution.
Like liquid silver, mid segment is fluent and extremely immersive. In other words, every instrument is playing in a natural way. Each individual instrument on a tango record is selectable. You can pick the violin, accordion, or keyboard if you want to… As heard on Hotel California, There is nothing like Mest mk2. You may sense the guitar’s string gauge, and there’s a second guitar playing a solo in the background. The value of hearing the resonance of a plucked string on a wooden body can really be emphasized. When multiple natural instruments and vocals are arrayed in a hexagonal terrace formation, as in the song Karitas, the result is sure to be aural bliss..
The treble resolution is really high. My treble test track confirmed this. All of the treble instruments are specially chosen and will not bother you. Music from the 1980s also found a home. Details in the upper mid-range and treble. I may laud or praise it in the same manner that I did the Khan. However, this is 100% true to reality in your ears. Only the eartips and the cable have the chance to alter it.
WTF guaranteed 😉 But everything is enhanced by x0.2 or so. The result is a harsher performance. But I have to admit that the difference isn’t worth messing with cable
UM Mest MKII Review
It looks like UM Mest MKII is worth its name. It is a great all-rounder with no specific weakness. Because of the extremely tip-sensitive nature of these iems, as well as the requirement for an ultra-deep fit to get the most out of them, they are almost perfect. The one area where they fall short is in the category of convenience, which they do not provide. Because of how creatively the company designed and made this in-ear monitor, I think UM has made a real and significant contribution to improving the state of the industry as a whole. This was made possible because they took a unique approach.