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The highs of these headphones are not very bright or airy, but still present a good level of detail. The mids are slightly recessed, but vocals can still be easily heard. The bass reproduction however is what makes these shine, as there is very good depth and power. Bass-heads will very likely love this sound signature. See More
There are two balanced armature drivers which handle the production of high frequencies, resulting in highs that are really detailed and have a lot of sparkle and detail to them. The 2 BA drivers are complemented by a dynamic driver (hence the triple driver designation) which handles the mids and the lower frequencies. Mids are smooth and clear while the bass is powerful yet at the same time is well controlled. See More
The i9BT has a V-shaped sound signature where the mids take a bit of a back seat in favor of the low and high frequencies. The bass is quite powerful so bass drum hits definitely have a lot of punch and depth. This is balanced out by highs that are very airy, bordering on harsh. The powerful bass makes the i9BT great for bass heavy music like hip hop and dance. The overall V-shape sound however also makes these headphones a good pick for rock and pop genres. See More
The over-ear, closed back design allows for good sound isolation, minimizing sound leak while also minimizing the outside noise that can interfere with the music. This is further enhanced by active noise cancellation, which actively blocks out noise frequencies. See More