Disclaimer : the BGVP DMS was sent to us free of charge by Linsoul in exchange of our honest opinion.
Based in Guangdong, China. BGVP is an IEM maker providing a whole range of earphones at affordable prices. It became more and more popular these past months and we had the chance to review all of their latest products, such as: DMG, DM6, DM7 and now… the DMS.
Their website is a bit dire, and you’ll have a hard time finding information regarding their products. Plus, if we received our model thanks to Linsoul, it seems like they are not available any more in their store…
The BGVP DMS is another quirky IEM, not as much as the DMG, but still :
– it’s a 6 x balanced / 1 x dynamic hybrid IEM
– again, it’s chi-fi. But I love chi-fi : cheap products with impressive specs.
Is it another win or will it just be different tuned BGVP DMG ? Let’s find out.
The BGVP Series
The last time we talked about BGVP, their line-up displayed seven models. Since that time, the brand cut down including the DMG we are reviewing today, here is a brief presentation.
The BGVP DMG was previously reviewed, so you can check out our review. It’s a hybrid IEM with 2DD+4BA in a metallic shell. It’s a good earphone with lush sound and replaceable filters to tune the sound, the real drawback being the weak isolation.
What did we think of it ?
” The BGVP DMG is a true all-rounder: it’s fast, precise and truly balanced without compromising the bass section.[…]The poor isolation, however, is my main concern regarding the DMG, as its exceptional performances are totally annihilated in public transports. “
The BGVP DM6 is a 5-driver / 3-way IEM that we also previously reviewed. It packs good sound, cool design, ergonomic fit, and low-price: all you ever might want, in an IEM.
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“The BGVP DM6 offers a lot, for less. The sound is great, the fit is nice and it fixes one of the major flaws from the BGVP DMG : poor isolation. It was my daily driver for the past few weeks and it didn’t disappoint me at any time.”
The BGVP DM7 is an upgraded version of the DM6. It looks the same, sounds a lot like the prior one, but remains technically superior, in every way. Okay, it’s 50% more expensive, but we are talking about a 200-300$/€ IEM, so you won’t end up broken by choosing one or the latter.
Auto-quote: “Again and again, BGVP keeps improving and the DM7 is the finest model they offer up to date. It’s a good improvement from the DM6, even if they both share the same sound signature. The improvements in the upper range really make a difference in the long term.”
An awarded line-up so far, so let’s see if the DMS holds the line.
The review continues on Page Two, after the click HERE or by using the jump below.