Review of VSonic VSD3S / VSD3 in-ear headphones with removable cable w/lots of pics!

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By vectron, Senior Member on 14th July 2014, 05:53 PM
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8th March 2015, 04:12 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by NandorHUN

So, you suggest us to buy the Silver Plated 5N OFC cable instead of the "original" silver upgraded cable for this earphone?

VSonic "original" upgrade cable (silver plated) is not good. Lunashops upgrade cable has a much better quality with a more noticeable sound improvement.
10th March 2015, 10:56 AM |#12  
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OK, thanks. I hope it last longer than the original one, it went silent after 3 months of use.
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26th May 2015, 06:18 AM |#13  
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Angry Quick but genuine review of the Vsonic VSD3
Okay the first thing I would like to say about these earphones is that they look and sound incredible for its price. However, I found some glitches that one cannot simply overlook!!! Following are issues I found with The Vsd3:
1. The earphones are too big and pains after a period of time. If you have small ears then these aren't for you, as they are big and little heavy than the GR07.
2. The bass and vocals are good crisp but the treble can be bit harsher for most of our normal ears. If you are an avid psychedelic trance listener (like me) then these model's treble can be a bit of a issue.
3. The cables are strong but the end where it connects to the jack is weak and can give issues in the coming time or depending on the user usability. Vsonic should have given a L-shaped connector jack.
4. Dont buy the detachable ones!!!

Otherwise the sound is par. Low are mids are crips with the highs being bit shrilling.
Go for these earphones if you get less than $60 or else go for GRO7.

I would suggest the Audio Technica ATH-CKX9 / CKX9is (both are same with mic and smartphone buttons' difference) over the VSD3. The CKX-9 cost around $70 to $90 but gives performance like the 3x costlier klipschs or the Shures. Even the build quality is nice and worth every dime you would spent on it!!

Note: I own both of above-mentioned earphones.
Last edited by MITOSH MORA; 26th May 2015 at 06:59 AM.
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