AudioSense DT600 Review

Audiosense DT600

Design & Build Quality


Like the DT200, the AudioSense DT600 are made of bio-adaptive resin, specially chosen for durability purposes and “skin-friendly” properties. As usual, the brand 3D-printed the main shell and topped a custom faceplate, this time filled with glitters and flakes.

For a 6-driver, the shells are fairly small and if you’d compare them to FiiO’s IEM like the FA7 or the new FA9, you’d be surprised to see how big the latter feel in the hand, or ear. Compared to my BGVP DM6, another pair of semi-custom IEM that I use from time to time, the DT600 feels a tad better, more premium. 


Regarding the overall design, it all depends on your personal opinions regarding glitters and strass. I find the IEM pretty fascinating and really liked how the light bounces on the faceplate giving the DT600 a very unique impression.

Obviously, contrary to the DT200, it’s very ostentatious, even if it misses the aluminum nozzle.

Build quality

Build quality of the AudioSense DT600 is top-notch, from head to toe.

The MMCX port fits perfectly, the shell doesn’t show any gap and once again, I’m amazed by how far 3D-Printing has advanced: no steps, no shard, just one smooth surface all-over the shell. Closer inspection allows you to see how neat the IEM looks inside too. No cable’s mess, no bubbles, just six Knowles drivers fitted into audio tubes, directly printed into the shell. Very impressive!


The cable bundled with the DT600 enjoyed the same treatment. The braiding is superb, the silicon guide doesn’t crack and it feels as right over the ear, as in your hand. Moreover, the cable explicitly shows which side is which, thanks to the red/blue ring labeled on each MMCX plugs.

On a daily basis, the IEM withstood small abuses, but don’t expect the DT600 to be as sturdy as the TinHifi P1 or FiiO FD5 for example. All in all, it’s a great IEM in this regard, even more for the price.

So now, let’s see what’s inside the box.


Bundle and Accessories

Inside the box

The AudioSense DT600 comes in a medium-sized black box and gets a simple bundle. Inside you’ll find:

  • the AudioSense DT600
  • 1 braided OFC MMCX cable (3.5mm)
  • one pelican/otterbox like box
  • 6pairs of silicons + 3 pairs of foams
  • some documentation

The strict minimum in my opinion, even if the nice box and the superb cable save the day. It’s big enough to fit the IEM, an adapter if you want to cover both balanced/single-ended options and a USB-Key sized DAC like the EarMen Sparrow or the NuPrime Hi-mDAC.


Additional accessories

As you’d expect, the MMCX socket allows you to plug any cable you want, as long as you keep the micro-BNC plug. I tried ddHiFi Air cables and the one provided with the FiiO FA9, all worked flawless.

The best option would be to simply add a 2.5mm cable, or a 4.4mm so you could get a balanced output with your DAP or AMP. Most players offer both outputs now, even Astell&Kern who’s always been on the 2.5mm side before!

The review continues on Page Three, after the click HERE or by using the jump below.

Page 1: About the brand

Page 3: Comfort & Usage

Page 4: Sound performances

Page 5:Tonality and conclusion

4.3/5 - (139 votes)

A nerdy guy with a passion for audio and gadgets, he likes to combine his DAC and his swiss knife. Even after more than 10 years of experience, Nanotechnos still collects all gear he gets, even his first MPMAN MP3 player. He likes spreadsheets, technical specs and all this amazing(ly boring) numbers. But most of all, he loves music: electro, classical, dubstep, Debussy : the daily playlist.


  • Reply August 6, 2021


    Hello NanoTechnos,
    many thanks for your review!

    I’m torn between these (which are still hard to buy) and the BGVP DM8. It seems the DT600 would have a better bass extension, and maybe a more lively character. Right?

    I’m looking something with a neutral (but not liveless, boring) character which could accompany my ME500 (which I find too shouty sometimes).

    The DM8 should fit, but maybe the DT600 would be more satisfying (I’m not a basshead).

    Source would be a M5s (on a balanced cable) which I find excellent.

    Many thanks for your advice! (in case you’ve tested the DM8)

  • Reply September 21, 2023


    Really enjoyed this, and decided to give it a try!
    Refreshing to see someone write about sound isolation. I use my IEMs for commuting and don’t get it when a reviewer doesn’t consider isolation.


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