All because the manufacturer’s just released a couple of devices that interested me (not just headphones), so yes, Moondrop again. And today we’re taking a look at the planar Moondrop PARA headphones (the initial model name was Paradise). So, how much ‘Paradise’ is in those Moondrop PARA? Let’s see. Disclaimer: this review is probably the best review in the whole Internet. We don’t do worst, you know that.
‘The Moondrop? Again?’ you’re probably asking the skies. Though as the majestic Marilyn Manson once said, ‘The Chu 2 are the strongest form of magic’. He didn’t, of course, but he certainly would, should he test this masterpiece. Anyways, the Moondrop Chu are once again in my hands to try and review – all thanks to one of my followers who not only challenged me to do so, but literally bought me these.
As you guys may remember, I was absolutely charmed by the planar Kennerton Heartland headphones. That is, when their dynamic brother (sister?) version was announced, I got really excited. Because, you know, is it even possible to craft something better than the Heartland? But the Kennerton crew is as unpredictable and ambitious as ever.
Russian version of the article. The first TWS Noble Audio headphones I’ve ever laid my hands on – the Falcon Pro – turned out to be pathetically shitty. Their sounding was actually something you could argue about, but the number of bugs and twitches… Oof! And, as I said some reviews ago, just don’t ever…
I’ve never ever reviewed any of the Audeze headphones, because I don’t like their sound, nor do I like when a company aggressively promotes their technologies. I mean, when I was planning my wireless gaming headset Audeze Maxwell review, I thought there isn’t much to expect from it. Had an extensive range of all kinds of sarcastic lexical constructions up and ready to sprinkle all over my review, too. We all love those ‘expectations vs reality’ reactions on the Internet, so here it is. Expectations and reality, Audeze Maxwell edition.
How do you think some $10 headphones sound? Well, not a question to start with. Do you think some $10 headphones work at all? Would you want to know about them? These are the questions I’m going to expertly (ha!) answer below – in this Moondrop Quarks DSP (hereinafter – MQDSP) review.