oBravo Cupid is a beautiful pair of in-ear headphones that open the way for “planar diaphragm unit” in-ear headphones. They feature planar diaphragm tweeters, 16 ohm impedance dynamic drivers, and 105dB sensitivity. In this review, I’ll compare the Cupid to other in-ear headphones at similar prices, such as the iBasso AM05, Periodic Audio Carbon, and […]
Venus is a hybrid dual driver unit with 1 dynamic driver and 1 planar magnetic driver. oBravo audio was established in Taiwan, and the results of their products are all derived from their passion and determination for music and their never-give-up pursuit. The brand is mainly known for its high-end headphones, Venus uses rare materials such as Taiwanese acacia and top ceramics, and the casing is made of white gold plated brass with a smooth polished mirror finish. Despite the mirror finish, the case is not as susceptible to fingerprints as stainless steel cases like Moondrop KATO. The Venus has a little weight to make it feel top-notch without being heavy, and the overall build quality feels great. The oBravo Venus is an exciting in-ear headphone with rich clarity and overall energy. It ha
Compared with other products of oBravo, Cupid, as an entry-level product of oBravo, made its first attempt at an economical price. The Cupid features oBravo's exclusive patented 8mm flat-diaphragm tweeter with a 6mm diameter neodymium dynamic driver. In this review, we'll be featuring the ultimate version of Cupid, which includes a 3.5mm adapter and a 2.5mm to 4.4mm Pentaconn adapter. oBarvo provides the Cupid In-Ear Monitors with a vibrant/smart sound with a touch of warmth. The bass is tight and punchy, while the midrange sounds transparent and full of musicality, and the treble range has great expansion, all of which depend on the use of dynamic drivers for the bass and subwoofer, and the combination of flat-diaphragm treble in the rest of the sound spectrum. speaker unit.
Previously reviewed Taiwanese brand oBravo’s Ra-c-cu in-ear flagship headphones and HAMT-Signature flagship headphones, this time this Venus is relatively “cheap”. If you are familiar with the brand’s readers, you will also guess that it is a high-end version of Cupid, which also uses a hybrid design of a planar diaphragm tweeter and a dynamic unit. […]