BGVP DN1S is the latest budget model BGVP offers. It’s hybrid and design fits to the latest trends. Sincere thanks to BGVP for this review unit.
Unboxing and Material QualityBox is small white cardboard. In the box there are cable, 3 paris of silicone tips, foamtips, alligator clip and DN1S itself. Accesories are sufficient enough. However fit is quite janky like Blon BL03 but you can get used to it tho. Cable quality is above average for this price point. It’s sturdy and good looking.
Configuration:1BA+1 dynamic Rate power:6mW Channel difference:≤1.5db Distortion rate:＜0.5% Frequency response:12Hz-40kHz Impedance:18ohm Sensitivity:≥106db SPL/MW Cable length:1.1±5% Plug diameter: 3.5mm Straight Type
SoundBGVP DN1S have laid back staging, it’s wide but there’s not much depth in it. I would rate layering 6/10. Stage width excels with power too. But i can clearly say that it doesn’t need that much power. With help of the DD it sounds quite warm and dark. In live recordings it doesn’t perform good but at least sound is tolerable.
Bass, Mid, TrebleBass is soft. It cant’t dive deep much but at least it’s DD bass, am i right? There are also that hoarse bass thump which doesn’t jimmy out. In midrange the first things first: weak vocals. It,s not that much of a problem in vocal-only tracks but since most of the songs have instruments in it vocals do suffer. Instrument separation is OK for this price range. At least treble is little better than others. It does helps to keep the musical-sounding. Actually it can be considered good for the price. BGVP didn’t fooled in treble tuning like KZ and kept treble alive. Reverbs are lively unlike other cheap chi-fi stuff.
BGVP DN1S – ConclusionCan’t say BGVP DN1S sounds good, also not that horrific too. I would describe DN1S as merely above average. Considering it’s 20$ price tag i would recommend you to try it out before you buy. We have also reviewed it’s bigger brother BGVP DMS.