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|Product mode||BGVP DMG|
|Drivers||4 Balance armature & 2 dynamic Coaxial composite|
|Cable length||1.2M ±3CM|
|Earphone interface||MMCX Interface|
|Whether can replacement cable||Yes|
BGVP DMG vs HiFi Boy OS V3 ($159 USD)
The OS V3’s sub and mid-bass are more linear, while the DMG focuses more on mid-bass. The OS V3 has more definition and texture in its bass. Midrange is more recessed on the DMG and sits behind the bass. The OS V3 has a more balanced overall signature with the midrange much more in line with the bass.
The DMG has superior separation and is more resolving than the OS V3 and it seems to pick up every nuance effortlessly. Both male and female vocals are more engaging on the OS V3 due to their forwardness.
In the treble region these 2 earphones are quite similar but the DMG sounds a little bit sweeter here. The DMG treble has a real light airiness that doesn’t sacrifice any solidity.
Both IEMs have excellent build quality, even though the OS V3 is plastic it doesn’t feel any less premium. When it comes to accessories the DMG has everything but a case while the OS V3 throws in a case and very little else.
BGVP DMG vs TFZ Queen ($126 USD)
The TFZ Queen has a leaner and brighter tonality. It has a tighter and faster bass but can provide an equal amount of impact. Sub-bass on the Queen has a slightly faster rumble and similar control.
The Queen’s midrange is leaner and more vivid. The DMG’s midrange is smoother overall but it is also more recessed. Again the DMG is much more resolving and handles complex passages with ease while the Queen can at times be subject to congestion.
Treble is drier on the Queen and doesn’t have the same lively energy or crispness of the DMG. Both IEMs have similarly impeccable build quality and solid accessory bundle.
( Content Source : Prime Audio Review )