Hidizs MM2 Review

Hidizs MM2 Review
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ProsGreat low end with red valves. The result is a bass tuning with good mids and clarity.
- 3 different tunings via screw-in rear valves. This is unusual in this price range.
- The valves can be changed by hand, without the need for additional tools. The very long thread makes the system very secure and prevents them from falling out.
- Level of the cable and accessories in relation to the price.
- Low weight of the capsules.
- Hidizs could potentially create more tuning valves, increasing the value and diversifying more tunings of the same model.
ConsSomewhat large capsules.
- Soft treble and not very extended.
- The valve system is a bit slow to change, due to the very long screw thread.
Hidizs is in luck. It is proving that it is good at designing and manufacturing IEMS at competitive prices. The clearest example of this is its latest creation. The MM2 is a hybrid IEMS with a 6mm low voltage BM magnetostatic driver. The base is a 10.2mm dynamic driver that handles bass and midrange. In addition, Hidizs has designed a tuning system based on 3 valves that are screwed on the outer face of the capsule, allowing 3 different types of tuning. The capsules are made of two types of materials, the inner side is made of an environmentally friendly resin, while the outer side, made of aluminum alloy, is cut in the shape of triangles, to give a diamond shape. High-purity oxygen-free copper (OFC) and silver wire, also of high purity, have been used for the cable, stranded in 60-strand strands respectively. The result is a 4-wire coiled cable, which has 2Pin 0.78mm connectors, a pin, and a 3.5mm SE straight plug. It comes with an elegant leather case custom designed just for MM2. The environmentally friendly and stain-resistant Napa leather case comes with a full drop protection cover. 6 double zinc alloy buckles are used for support. This protective case is the perfect size to accommodate your Hidizs MM2. Among the accessories are two sets of silicone tips and a plate that houses the threaded valves. It is clear that Hidizs takes care of the packaging with respect for the environment in mind. We will take a closer look at all the benefits of the new Hidizs MM2 in this review.
  • Driver Type: 1 x 6mm balanced membrane magnetostatic driver and 1 x 10.2mm dual voice coil, dual cavity dynamic driver with PEK macromolecule polymer diaphragm, developed by Hidizs, version 2.0.
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-40kHz
  • Sensitivity: 104±1dB@1kHz
  • Appearance: German eco-friendly resin body, aluminum alloy faceplate, aluminum alloy output nozzle.
  • Impedance: 18Ω@1kHz
  • Rated Power: 5mW
  • Cable: Mix of quad-stranded cables (2-core high purity silver wires and 2-core OFC cables), 1.2m in length.
  • Distortion Ratio:
  • Jack Connector: 3.5mm SE gold-plated plug.
  • Capsule Connection Type: 2Pin 0.78mm with gold-plated pins.
  • Weight: Approx.10g (without headphone cable).

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