Thanks to the promotion of Chinese brands, we can find that the technology that was originally available at a high price can be enjoyed with a smaller budget. Especially in the past two years, the real wireless earphones have exploded, and HiFi earphones are subdivided. In a modernized environment, this feeling becomes more and more obvious.
For a qualified HiFi player, a multi-unit headset is essential. If this were ten years ago, if there was not a lot of money in the wallet, I would never have thought about it. And now you can get very good multi-unit earbuds at low prices. The DH5 multi-unit headset just launched by BGVP is a good example.
The packaging design of BGVP this time made people mistakenly think it was a perfume at first glance, and the texture and color matching were very similar to the works of French Impressionist artist Monet. The Hi-Res gold label and the knowles logo make people come back to their senses. It turns out that this is a pair of earphones, and people are looking forward to the content inside.
I don’t know how many times this is the first time I have unboxed the BGVP headset, the internal accessories and arrangement are still familiar. Vocal eartips and bass eartips come in complete sizes, plus memory loam eartips and storage bags, which are very considerate.
I really like the wire material this time. The texture is different from what I have seen before. It is not too thick, but it gives a very strong and refined feeling. The transparent outer skin is wrapped with 6N single crystal copper silver-plated wire. The bright silver and rose gold are intertwined with each other. It seems that the two colors are interwoven by multiple strands.
The color woodcarved resin mixed panel, the inside looks more like some small fragments of ore, with a little enamel gradient color in it, the overall style is not bright, but relatively low-key and dull. According to experience, each The panel texture of each headset is unique.
This is a 5 driver hybrid earbuds, two 30042 armature drivers customized by BGVP for high frequency, two knowles RAF-32873 for medium and low frequency, dynamic driver is a dual-cavity beryllium-plated composite diaphragm moving coil. In order to make these 5 units better, BGVP DH5 also designed a new three-way frequency division scheme, so that the separation and connection of the three-frequency can be more smooth.
0.78MM can replace the wire design, this is not too much to repeat, the basic operation of fever headphones.
The input impedance of BGVP DH5 is 19Ω, and the sensitivity is 119dB SPL/MW. It seems to be easy to drive, but it actually has some requirements for the front end. You have to match a Hi-Res certified player and high-quality music files to be worthy of its small gold label.
In terms of subjective hearing, the resolution of BGVP DH5 is a bit surprising. Thanks to the division of labor between multiple units, it has a large amount of information, and various subtle details can flow into the ear very naturally and very quickly. Especially when facing some rock music and electronic music with extremely complex elements, the density and level of display are more abundant.
After a period of careful running in the headphones, the overall state of BGVP DH5 has been greatly improved. What I am most satisfied with is the mid-to-high frequency part. In a series of similarly positioned headphones I have heard, it is rare that the tri-band part of the product can perform so smoothly and cleanly. BGVP DH5 has strong penetrating power in the high frequency part and has a gorgeous extension feeling, which is a bohemian type.
As a 5 driver hybrid earphones, the modification traces of BGVP DH5 are relatively not so obvious. Of course, this feeling will be a little shifted when combined with bass eartips. It is more inclined to express the loose texture of music and the broad sound field. The absolute thickness of the low frequency may not be as good as some popular pure dynamic products, but it still shows good strength in terms of low frequency extension and purity, and the overall control is very stable.
Judging from the final performance, BGVP DH5 is not just a vase with multiple units stacked, but it has been carefully optimized and adjusted behind it. The voice conveyed by BGVP DH5 carries a kind of affinity and the pursuit of order. It is quite suitable for users who like smooth style, clean sound, rich details, and low frequency without muddy water.
In general, BGVP DH5 is a slightly colder headset. It is more suitable for use with neutral or warm players. After using it for a period of time, the taste of BGVP DH5 is still intriguing. It belongs to the kind that listens better. I think it can be regarded as a relatively comprehensive pair of headphones, thanks to the combination of multiple units, no matter what type of music is facing, the dynamic and detailed performance is vivid and soft.
All in all, BGVP DH5 is a moving headset. Its hardware and configuration make people feel that the price is on the low side, or the product itself is leapfrogged. Let alone unrealistic things like who it can kill in seconds and what height it can reach, but it shows a sound quality and hardware configuration that is significantly higher than that of products at the same price.