Time has come for Hidizs to stand inline among few other industry-leading brands in their attempt to prove planar driver advantages in overall, as well as their new product superiority. I am talking about MP145 – first planar-based IEMs by Hidizs.
Before we start, it is important to mention that MP145 design was inspired by and created in a partnership with Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) (the leading global charity dedicated to the protection of whales, dolphins, and their ocean homes).
First to mention – it is unexpectedly huge bass for planar IEMs. Usually, planars suffer from underpowered lows due to technology limitations in combination with high demand on power but Hidizs has managed to solve both issues. Lows are well exposed, adding the base, body, thickness and warmth across the entire frequency range. To the extent that MP145 can be labelled tending to dark/warm sound signature.
What also shines is the separation/layering across the entire range. Each sound has great clarity, each instrument is outlined. Planars definitely win in this respect over hybrids or dynamic drivers which tend to mix or blur the outlines more.
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