I’ve used a couple of Hidizs products – the AP200, which was my very first decent DAP, and the AP80, which is currently the one I use for my reviews, and while the experience on the former wasn’t as smooth-sailing, the latter was really a gem. I’ve never used any of their IEMs though, so let’s just say that receiving the MS2 for a review really sparked my curiosity.
Inside the box, you’ll find the IEMs themselves in a separate box, and a carrying case with a glossy finish – certainly not helpful in getting rid of smudges, but something is better than nothing, right?
Then of course, there’s the cable with 2-pin connectors, and six pairs of tips to choose from. You also get an e-gift card and what seems like a warranty card.
Design and Build Quality
The shell of the MS2 is made out of German Eco-friendly resin. I’m not sure if it’s a uniform fit, but it felt like it was made exactly for the shape of my ears.
The transparency also lets you see the components inside, and that glittery sheet behind the branding adds a more premium touch.
The quad-core cable uses a 2-pin connector, which can be prone to bending if you’re not careful with it. This terminates into a 3.5mm connector. The non-fixed cable design means you can basically swap this out for any custom cables in the future.
The ends that go into the IEMs are marked so that you’ll know which side it’s for. Both IEMs are also marked properly, so you’ll know which one is left, and which one is right.
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