I use it for 2 months. I am a drummer.
I love the sound insulation capacity, excellent quality and workmanship.
I had a headset before Vic Firth concert but it looks like nothing and after a while the bass amp back in the headphone is reasonable pouvantable. Earsonics with, it's over I'm really isolated.
The ratio quality price is not forcment top because it takes more than 700 euros prs. But the security of my ears is the price.
The sound produced by earsonics back trs is good, we must treat the legalization for a report which then becomes low trs Hon. Although he seems, the EM3 Pro is better investment would draisonnable t really for me
I trs trs satisfied with this purchase, and no doubt I would do the same equivalent budget choices.
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Arkonis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Jumbo"
Tired of not finding quality ears for the stage, and having tried
everything and anything, cast or not, I turned to the hardware
used by our "stars", saying that if they use it,
is that it should not be so bad ...
But I did not necessarily their ears.
Earsonics so I called them, I explained how I worked,
Studio Monitors what I used, what I liked headphones.
Franck me so oriented EM2-Pro.
Once unpacked, and put in my ears (not hard, they
were cast for this purpose), I realize that isolation is not
also obvious that what I had been announced.
And then I realize that in fact it is really well positioned,
(Now I caught the blow).
Sound: Accurate, precise devilishly, a scalpel on a mix, we
hears everything, and especially the faults of a mix. Brilliant!
It lacks a bit serious for a scenic rendering effective
the sound is flat arch (at the same time, as it is to mix returns
What surprised me most is this feeling of not having a "headphone"
in the ears. It is comfortable, a bit like listening to the speakers
in a room. it's very nice.
In short, I am delighted by these in-ear monitors, which I recommend to all
musician, whether in studio or on stage.