CCA CRA in Ear Earphone, Ultra-thin Diaphragm Dynamic Driver IEM, Clear Sound & Deep Bass, Wired Earbuds with Tangle-Free Removable Cord-White No Mic
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The unit is equipped with a single dynamic driver per side, which has a 10mm diameter and a polymer diaphragm.
Every time you reach for earphone/IEM cables to connect them to your earphones/IEM, no matter how neatly you "wrapped" them up, they end up in a giant Gordian knot of frustration. Tangled cables are the bane of modern existence, and everyone owning a wired pair of earphones/IEM can attest to this.In short , it's V shaped tuning done right for an iem worth less than one expensive meal these days... When I first listen to them I though they kinda sound quite low and had to increase the volume which is normal for other iems that I had listen to before. After spending some time, I came to realisation that these iems produce the musical quality at lower comfortable volumes and I do not have to crank the volume up. They are extremely detailed and airy and I can relax and listen to them for hours The CCA CRA is introduced as a budget model from the brand, yet as seen on most recent KZ and CCA models, cheaper does not mean worse than expensive models from their catalog – in this case, we will evaluate if the CCA CRA is part of this new cheap but decent models.
Soundstage is average, with more width than depth and average height. Imaging and instrument separation are average in their price range so definitely decent considering nowadays' level. The soundstage on the Mangird Top is wider than all budget iems that have own and have used before, and the imaging is very precise. This makes the IEM great for listening to music with complex soundscapes and excellent for FPS gaming. I can easily place each instrument in the soundstage or footsteps in gaming. You will surely be spoiled for choices if you get such quality drivers and sublime tuning at rediculously cheap prices. The Simgot EM6L is
And so the ZEX Pro was released, then disguised as the average standalone KZ product, with review units sent out as well to basically test the waters of a largely unexplored market. And how was the reaction? Well, the CRA+ seems to have kept the qualities of the original and changed the tuning slightly, making them more enjoyable (for me personally) than the originals. Overall, they have a bass-heavy, “V-shaped” sound signature. When it comes to entry-level audiophile-oriented products, you can’t go wrong with this tuning – it brings the heavy bass when necessary, but it also supplies enough clarity in the upper mids and treble to make well-recorded audio really pop.