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- Overview of SIMGOT EW100P
- Features of SIMGOT EW100P
- Build quality
- Sound quality
- General comment
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Recommended for people like this
- People who like studio-tuned sound
- People who like monitor speaker sound
- People who are looking for earphones with good sound balance
- People who value clarity
- People who value resolution
- People who value cost performance
Overview of SIMGOT EW100P
This review will give an overview of SIMGOT EW100P.
A complete review of this product can be found here.
- Total Score: 9.5 / 10.0
- Package: 8.0 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.5 / 10.0
- Fitment: 8.5 / 10.0
- High range: 9.0 / 10.0
- Mid range: 10.5 / 10.0
- Low range: 9.0 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 9.5 / 10.0
- Cost performance bonus: 12.5 / 10.0
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- Frequency response: 5Hz to 45kHz
- Impedance: 32Ω±10%
- Sensitivity: 122dB/Vrms
- Cable connector: 0.78mm 2pin
Features of SIMGOT EW100P
- 10mm Accurately Restored Sound
- High-performance Dual-LCP Diaphragms
- Cavity Dynamic Driver Field Positioning
- H-2016 PC Aluminum Alloy Construction
- Target Curve Metal Structure and Hi-Res Audio Certification
- Silver Foil Shielded Detachable Woven Copper Cable
SIMGOT EW100P IN-EAR MONITORS
Experience unparalleled audio quality with the Simgot EW100P in-ear monitors, designed for true audiophiles and music enthusiasts. Our cutting-edge technology ensures that you enjoy every beat and detail of your favorite tracks. Upgrade your audio experience with the Simgot EW100P in-ear monitors, and discover the true potential of your music.
10MM ACCURATELY RESTORED SOUND
The Simgot EW100P features a 10mm dynamic driver that accurately restores the original sound, delivering an immersive and detailed audio experience.
CAVITY DYNAMIC DRIVER FIELD POSITIONING
The innovative cavity design and dynamic driver field positioning provide an accurate soundstage and precise imaging, ensuring a true-to-life listening experience.
The Simgot EW100P showcases its intricate internal components through a sleek, transparent housing that's both stylish and functional. The in-ear monitors feature a metal structure designed to follow the natural curve of your ear, ensuring a comfortable fit and secure placement.
H-2016 PC ALUMINUM ALLOY CONSTRUCTION
Constructed with a high-quality H-2016 PC aluminum alloy, the Simgot EW100P offers enhanced stability and durability for long-lasting performance.
TARGET CURVE METAL STRUCTURE
The in-ear monitors feature a metal structure designed to follow the natural curve of your ear, ensuring a comfortable fit and secure placement.
HI-RES AUDIO CERTIFICATION
The Simgot EW100P is "Hi-Res Audio" certified, guaranteeing high-resolution audio performance.
The package meets the price standard.
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Build quality meets the price standard.
The fit is good.
REW Frequency Response
Sound quality description
In this review, I use the standard eartips size L and drive it with the FiiO M15.
The SIMGOT EW100P has a neutral-conscious, midrange-full sound signature.
According to the brand's description, the EW100P is tuned based on Harman Target 2016 (H2016), and the aluminum alloy used for the housing is also H2016, which may somehow give meaning to this number. Or it could be SIMGOT's sense of fun.
Please see here for detailed reviews on sound quality.
Lows / Bass
The low frequencies of the SIMGOT EW100P are quite deep and linear.
Bass drums have reasonable weight, plenty of impact, and a reasonable amount of rumble.
The electric bass also has a reasonable amount of blackness, and the depth and breadth are not bad.
Qualitatively, it can be said that the bass is not bad, but in terms of quantity, it is a bit weak in relation to the midrange. It will be a bit difficult to satisfy bass lovers.
The midrange of the SIMGOT EW100P is almost completely neutral, and the texture is quite accurate.
The midrange is of an excellent standard for studio monitors, with a fairly good sense of crunch and a high level of contouring power, so there is no shortage of midrange construction. The midrange is moderately bright, and the overall ambience is tuned to the localization of the front-facing speakers.
Because the midrange is balanced with a slightly stronger presence, the vocal image is generally perceived to be a bit larger. Both transparency and resolution are at a high level, so the three-dimensionality of a song can be projected and portrayed fairly accurately.
The drawback is mainly in the highs rather than the mids, where the energy in the highs is a bit weak and detail reproduction and subtlety tend to be slightly lacking. When used as studio monitors, the CCA CXS has a slightly better sound balance in this respect, but the resolution of the EW100P is higher, so it will feel like a higher quality sound.
Highs / Treble
As already mentioned, the high frequency range of the SIMGOT EW100P is tuned with speaker-like forward localization in mind. Therefore, it can be said to have a studio monitor-like sound that emphasizes the reproduction of speaker sound rather than the original localization of music.
Although the extension is a bit lacking, the overall sound image consistency is high, and overtones of strings and woodwinds can be expressed naturally. Cymbal crashes are a bit tame, with a slight emphasis on glare, but the sound lacks subtlety, and the luminance is low and easy on the ears.
Sound quality general comment
The SIMGOT EW100P is the brand's entry-level earphone, but its sound is uncompromising. Just two years ago, the EW100P would have been hailed as one of the finest earphones on the market. These days, the quality of Chinese earphones has become too high, and the low end of the market is oversaturated. At this point, there are not few earphones that can compete with the EW100P.
Since the EW100P has a studio monitor-type sound, a strong competitor in the same price range is the CCA CXS mentioned above.
The EW100P has better overall audio specs and is probably more comfortable to listen to, as the midrange sounds more generous than the CXS. The sound balance is slightly more studio monitor oriented with the CXS for most people. If detail is a concern, the CXS will win out slightly.
However, for most people, the EW100P is expected to be the better overall performer. Of course, the difference between the two is also in the low frequencies, and perhaps the user base is a bit different. Younger people tend to prefer more bass (because their high-frequency hearing is not diminished), so the CCA CXS may be better suited to younger people.
Sound quality features
- Excellent texture
- Excellent original sound fidelity
- Shiny, fresh sound
- Excellent resolution
- Smooth, well-damped highs
- Good focus on midrange
- Good sound balance
- Speaker-like forward localization
- Lacks high-frequency extension
- Slight lack of detail
The SIMGOT EW100P is attractive for its well-balanced sound with forward localization that is close to orthodox studio tuning. Audio specifications are also above the price level, almost comparable to the high-end class, with good sound image consistency and excellent transparency and resolution. Build quality and design are also good, making it an attractive choice.