Earsonics is a French company that specialises in making iems. They have been very active in producing iems with the recent release of their flagship in Earsonics EM10. In this review, I will be reviewing the Velvet V2 from the Signature series. I would like to thank David and Earsonics for the arrangement of this review unit. The Velvet V2 is a triple balanced armature drivers iem. The iem and manufacturing/packaging are made in France at their lab. At the moment, you can purchase the Velvet V2 at http://www.earsonics.com/store/produit/velvet-v2/ .
- Driver Configuration: 3 Balanced Armature, 3 ways with HQ tunable crossover
- Frequency Response: 10 Hz – 20 kHz
- DCR: 31.5 to 41.5 (Depends on switch position)
- Sensitivity: 116 dB/mW
Unboxing & Accessories
The Velvet V2 comes in a black package that has a white protective cover. On the cover, there is the model name, brand name and image of the iem. At the bottom right of the cover, it shows that it is made in France. After opening the package, you can see the iem, screwdriver, cleaning tool, eartips and case. Inside the case, there are user manual, information card and wet wipes. The initials of the brand name are printed on the carrying case. Overall, the accessories are rather sufficient and it is presented nicely.