A Blessing Disguised as an IEM
Enjoy crisp, clear treble, accurate mids and deep bass with the Moondrop Blessing 2. This hybrid driver IEM uses 2 Knowles SWFK balanced armatures for the high frequencies, 2 proprietary Moondrop balanced armatures for the mids and a 10mm dynamic driver with a paper diaphragm for the bass. The drivers are designed to comply with the VDSF target range of 500-8,000Hz and offer a spectacular musical performance.
Everything Under Control
Unlike other IEMs that simply boast multiple drivers, the Blessing 2 houses an intricate circuit architecture and high-class tuning that precisely controls the drivers while retaining their ideal performance. 3D printed bandpass and low pass filter tubes alter the range of the bass and mids response. The Q value of the high-frequency drivers is limited thanks to the low pass filter. This and the resistor-capacitor crossover, together form an effective hybrid triple crossover that does away with phasing issues throughout the audio spectrum.
Leaving No Stone Unturned
A lot of trial & error and experimentation was required before creating the Moondrop Blessing 2. The complex structure required precise 3D printing. This resulted in a joint venture with HeyGears, a famous supplier known for its DLP-3D printing with medical-grade UV resin. This is what gives this in-ear monitor its superb accuracy, transparency and durability.
Your IEMs, Your Rules
The medical-grade faceplate is crafted from CNC-machined stainless steel that's brushed for a textured finish. The Blessing 2 logo is engraved on one end while the other is kept clear to showcase your creativity. Add your own artwork or a designer sticker, the sky's the limit!
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After much deliberation on what to get for my first pair of IEMs before embarking on my Audiophile journey, I decided on the Moondrop Blessing 2. I'll admit I was a bit skeptical at first, never having ordered from the AudioStore before, but the whole experience from ordering to delivery was quite streamlined and expeditious.
I have been using the Blessing 2 extensively for nearly a month now, and boy am I blown away! Everything from the build quality to the top-notch audio quality showcases Premium. The pair can easily outcompete IEM's at double the price range both in terms of tonality and technicality, making this one of the most value for money IEM's out there.
As a beginner audiophile, I present my weighted verdict of the Moondrop Blessing 2:
1. Excellent Form factor. Featuring a 3D printed transparent resin casing with a sleek metallic faceplate, it has some weight to it, thus adding to that premium feel.
2. Featuring 1 Dynamic Driver for the bass frequencies and 4 Balanced Armature Drivers for the rest, the detail retrieval for most of its frequency range is phenomenal. The bass is crisp and has just the right amount of punch without being bloated and muddy. The mids are the star of the show, natural sounding and not recessed. The Highs are bright but not harsh and without any sibilance. The overall Sound Signature is Neutral with a slight hint of warmth. Although the Soundstage is not as wide as more costlier variants, its Imaging has a decent representation of depth. The overall Frequency response of the Blessing 2 closely resembles the Diffused Field Curve (Neutral) and does a very good job at it.
1. The nozzle is a bit larger in size than usual, which might be a problem for people with small ear canals, but fits perfectly for me with the stock [size: Small] ear tips.
2. The 0.78 mm two-pin OFC stock cable doesn’t quite meet the same standards as the IEM itself. Although not fragile, it could have been a bit sturdier, at this price range. It's better to get a decent aftermarket cable to complement the robust build of the IEMs.
Since, most onboard DACs of smartphones, laptops or desktops are not audiophile grade, it is recommended to pair the Blessing 2 with a decent DAC. I have mine paired with the iFi Audio Zen DAC v2 and the iEMatch+ for signal attenuation. The end result is just outstanding and further enhances the listening experience.
In Conclusion, the Moondrop Blessing 2 is a bang for buck piece of hardware and anyone who wishes for that oh so sweet audio experience, should definitely give it a go.
I purchased it to gift it to someone and happened to listen to it for a short while. My impression is based on my short listening session. But first thing first, around 10 days ago, when I ordered it; it was late eveing and almost closing time. I requested the store organisers to ship it the same day and expecting a "No"for sure due to very late ordering. But once again, the audio store team has won my heart by not only shipping it the same day but also confirming the same through call after shipping and after delivery. Thanks to the team, I got it on time for my gifting purpose. So, a big shout out for Pritam sir and the entire team; you all are awesome.
Now, coming to the impression of Blessings 2, these are superbly technical, detailed and neutral IEM. The tonality is vocal centric but still a very good quality sub-base frequency and layered treble. I liked it more than my Etymotic ER XR4 due to added sub-base and treble. But, itsn't a regular hybrid IEM like fiio FH7, Ikko OH10 etc. in INR 20-40K price range I think it is for experienced IEM listener who likes to keep their gears neutral and tweak the sound via EQ if needed. Other than that, the build quality is very good. Wearing comfort was also good during my short listening session but it is slightly on a larger side. Summary - I think it is TOTL tonality in a mid hi-fi price.
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