BGVP ArtMagic DH3

Starting at: US$149.00

Hybrid Technology! 8mm Dynamic Driver + 2 Balanced Armatures (by Knowles)!

The ArtMagic Series has BGVP's latest premium lineup, and the DH3 is part of it!

With an 8mm Dynamic Driver providing the bass punch in the lows, and 2 Balanced Armatures by Knowles for the mids and highs, the DH3 has a very balanced sound profile, making sure you enough of every frequency!

It also comes with switches that allows for 4 tuning styles.

It is Hi-Res certified, and its form factor allows for a great fit in most ears.

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Impedance: 15Ω

Earphone sensitivity: 105dB SPL/mW

Frequency range: 13-40000Hz

Distortion Rate: ≤0.5%(1 KHZ)

Interface: 3.5mm straight plug

Pin Type: MMCX


Package Includes: 1x BGVP ArtMagic DH3 IEM earphones

1x BGVP MMCX 5N Single Crystal Copper Cable

Vocal Orientated Silicon eartips (S, M, L)

Music Orientated Silicone eartips (S, M, L)

Wide Bore Silicone eartips (S, M, L)

Memory Foams x 1 pair

Cleaning Brush x 1

BGVP Soft Case

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Ebenezer 303/10/2020 30/10/202007:04
  • Singapore
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Definitely yes
ArtMagic DH3
When you listen to songs with people singing, it’s like they are your friend and they sing it right in front of you.
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Muhd Danial 227/08/2020 15/08/202007:42
  • Singapore
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Oh the Vocals
I love these! As a vocals lover myself these absolutely do it for me. Shania Twain, John Michael Montgomery and Reba McEntire sound great, clear lively vocals. Treble can get a little hot but is largely track dependant. Bass is Solid without being overpowering, def not for bassheads imo but still plenty solid for my tastes. Bass can be tuned up if you so desire with special tips and diff switch configuration. Best Configuration to me is def 01
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David (CHI-FIEAR) 218/08/2020 06/08/202008:07
  • Switzerland
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Praise the mids.

>> ... The bass of the DH3 is, besides the mids, its main feature. Not necessarily because it's particularly authoritarian or even because it could inspire bassheads. No, it's simply wonderfully homogeneous, with a pleasant, dry punch, very good dynamics and texture. More something for detail lovers who don't want to have their eardrums massaged, but still appreciate the dynamics and pressure from below. With that I don't mean to say that the DH3 in the bass is weak on the chest. It simply delivers what is asked for depending on the genre, without overdoing it... <<

>> ... The mids are a bit the heart of the DH3. They're almost a bit too cool and flat for me, but they're wonderfully detailed and above all transparent. They are absolutely not influenced by the bass and are very linear from the lower to the upper mids. With the dip-switches you can give them a bias more musicality (off/on, on/on), but they never lose their clean and high resolution basic character... <<

>> ... The highs are now the little sticking point on the DH3. Not because there would be a complete sonic collapse, on the contrary. The trebles have a very good extension and give the signature a lot of clarity. Unfortunately the sibilant emphasis is a topic here, which can vary slightly with the dip switches, but is always present. The annoying thing is that I can't really name songs or genres where this occurs more often... <<


The DH3 is a very good IEM in its price range and a very good entry if you're looking for a balanced, mid & voice focused, more neutral, brighter signature, with an appealing low end that has its strengths in detail reproduction and brings a solid and dry punch, very well separated, transparent and crisp mids, as well as a distinct, high resolution high frequency that can be a bit exhausting at times and likes the sibilants quite a bit, you'll surely find your luck with the DH3. In addition, there are the tuning options, which makes sense and also has a noticeable effect, if you compare this with the THIAUDIO Legacy 3, for example. For me the DH3 is to be classified before the DM6, but the DM7 has even more to offer and is the more mature IEM.

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