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RevoNext QT2 Review - A well rounded IEM for a bass head under $50

Today I am reviewing the RevoNext QT2 another great sounding IEM with some serious bass and sound stage. RevoNext is an interesting company. They manufacture their stuff in China, design them in Stockholm Sweden, and have a USA support center and address. Technically they are Chi-fi but really you could call them the international headphones with all the connections this company has to different parts of the world. The QT2 also looks very similar to the Campfire Andromeda. After that interesting background you are probably wondering how they sound read on to find out.


This pair of IEMs has a nice sound in the highs that makes music sound bright but not painful. I found adding foam ear tips helped tame some of the piercing I got but it didn't completely remove it. In some tracks I still hear it every so often. This really only seems to happen on songs with a tendency to be hot in the treble region or if there is a lot of it. Without foam ear tips I did notice it was a little more sharp but it wasn't really painful. If the treble was toned down a touch it would be wonderful but foam ear tips help and even stock its slightly harsh but not at all to the point of pain. They deliver nicely rendered highs that are so close to being great but can become slightly tiring to listen to after long periods of time.


The mids are nicely rendered and have some recessed sound to them. They tend to sound just ever so slightly back facing instead of sounding like they are coming from the front but still quite nice. The sound stage on these are absolutely great. If you want sound stage and imaging these things bring it. There are times when I listen to these and think something is actually a few feet beside me. The low point though is these seem to loose clarity and struggle to keep up when there is lots going on in the song. They seem to lack some instrument separation in complex sections of a song.


Now this is where these things shine. The deliver excellent punchy sub bass that will rattle you. Bass heads will love this IEM. The bass is definitely elevated compared to the other frequencies and extends well into the low frequency range. All the while, still keeping a nice smooth sounding mid bass and not bleeding into the mid frequency range. The bass manages to compliment the rest of the frequencies without overpowering them even at higher volumes.

Fit and Quality:

These are uniquely shaped IEMs that some people may not like. The shape of them does occasionally press on the ear and they stick out further than some of my other IEMs. The metal shell though is very nice and premium feeling and like I said before reminiscent of an Andromeda. The one issue I have with them is the cable on them. It actually sucks its flimsily, a single strand, tangles easy, and has no real spring to it around the ears causing the over ear loop to slide off  sometimes. But I'm going to give them a pass because they actually fixed the crappy cable on the QT2s version that came out recently (same as the QT2 just a better cable).

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