Bluetooth 5.0 MA12070 Class D Balanced Amplifier
- Ideal to reach deep and punchy bass
- At the heart of the AO200's amplifier stage are two Infineon MA12070 Class D amplifier chips
- The 5.0 standard ensures a fast and stable transmission over a distance of 10m
- The AO200's circuitry uses high quality components to provide the best possible performance
- An optimized power supply stage
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I really liked it, it is of good quality and it sounds excellent, better than the previous ones that I bought
Has an overall balanced output without any preference on a particular frequency.
Highs are not unpleasant even at max volume.
Mids are good,sound warm and have good separation. Could have benefitted from a tad bit more richness.
Bass response is quite impressive. Gets very deep and has the rumble that makes music enjoyable without being too exaggerated.
Soundstage is moderately wide.
Quite comfortable on the ears.
Go for them if they are.your first pair of IEMs.
For the price its amazing, sounds just perfect for the set i am using it! Recommended!
this is good cable.Good sound balance and good looks.
7HZ Salnotes Zero
Nicely tuned and best valued iems I've had need I say more
It somewhat lifeless in compare to my BTR3 or even off brand dongle, that was way smaller and cheaper then this. It's not bad, but I was hoping for more.
These have excellent sound for the price. Sound quality improves quite a bit with EQ (as one might expect). Build quality and fit and finsh are decent for this price point. I have the Mecha edition and I like the colors, though the housing may seem cheap if you are used to more expensive IEMs. The cable is better than on the Chu but not as good as the cable that comes with more expensive IEMs. I have several sets of IEMs in the 100ish USD and below category and these are my third favorite after my Aria SEs and Letshuoer D13s. I place them above the Moondrop Chu due to the 7Hz Zero having a less metallic treble reproduction while being less fatiguing. The Zero also takes EQ a bit better than the Chu. For testing, I used the 7Hz Zero with several DACs, (2 AKM and 1 ESS). The Zero is one of the few that I liked with the ESS a little more than the AKM.
I have been using these at work and like them quite a bit. Worth the money.
I have a few headphones, a pair of earbuds that cost 250$, headset that cost 150$, and now these. I will say, my favorite will still have to be the 250 BUT, the 7hz Zeros are just barely behind them. The sound quality is amazing, the clarity, the bass, perfectly tuned earphones. Its ridiculous that it only cost 20$.