IEM Build & Design

The B200’s shells are printed from liquid resin 3D printers. There is a smooth surface to it. The shell has a frosty clear color. On the inside of the iem, there are L & R markings on the left and right side respectively. The nozzle is slightly angled. The iem utilizes MMCX connectors. The B200 has an ergonomic design with a comfortable fit. The overall build quality is good.

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Cable Build & Design

The cable is not braided and is black in color. It uses MMCX connectors with a opaque black housing. On the MMCX connectors, there are L & R markings to differentiate between left and right respectively. There is a memory wire area section in which the cable is enclosed in a opaque black heat shrink tube. On the left side of the cable, there is a microphone. The chin slider and y splitter are black in color. The y-splitter sports the brand name and there is strain relief. The jack is 3.5mm gold plated straight and the housing is black in color too with the brand name printed on it. There is strain relief.

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