Ego Audio Beer Review: Hyper compatibility Continuing from Ego Audio introduction Ego Audio Beer Review – Hyper compatibility -8 braided OCC Copper (27.5 AWG) -Priced for approx. $215 Beer is an extremely well-balanced cable that could fill the missing 2% from your setup. Although it’s the cheapest from Ego family, Beer is likely the most neutral sounding one among them. Beer would be a perfect choice for those who are looking to upgrade their cables while maintaining the original characters from the sound. It’s very easy to think that copper cables would raise the lows and reduce the highs, though that’s not always the case. Beer tends to keep the quantities, colors, and sound signatures stay unaltered, including the default tonality and textures. It reminds me of a sweeter and well-balanced version of the Effect Audio Ares II. Matching comparisons Hifiman RE2000 Silver: The sound gets more coherent with better ultra-low / mid-bass representation. The tonality becomes more focused and sweeter. Along with that, the background would get darker and calmer, making the vocals to get more vivid or “pop-out” with a clearer presentation. BGVP DMS: Had a gut feeling that copper cable would easily make the bass overwhelming with veiled mids, though Beer proves itself to be called an all-rounder. The sound gets sweeter with the same bass quantity, however with cleaner presentation throughout the low frequencies. It goes for a natural, organic tonality but never sounds boring. The best improvement would be the overall sound becoming cleaner. Fearless Audio S5H: The sound shows quite a significant amount of improvement. It’s just like adjusting the wrong focal point from a blurred image. Compared to Beer, the stock cable sounds blurred and lacks depth and clarity. The dynamics would get bold yet in a precise manner and overall much more enjoyable listening to the details. Comments for Beer Everything seems to feel very neutral and original. Along with that, only a pinch of a grain of salt and sugar has been applied, just slightly smoothening out the surface of the texture. This won’t kill the details but rather adds a glimpse of sweetness to the tonality. Beer would match very well with almost any IEMs. If you ever wanted to make your sound a bit sweeter from your bassy IEM, Beer will do without overdoing the bass. Beer would also be a great match if you’re looking to sweeten your plain, flat sounding IEM without mudding the sound. This sure is a coherent sounding cable. It’s going to be hard to find a bad match for Beer as it blends in very well with almost all kinds of IEMs. It naturally deepens the sound while keeping all the sweet and the sound gets much deeper on BA IEMs than DD IEMs. Next page: Ego Audio Whiskey (Page 2 of 5) Ego Audio Beer approx $210 9.2 Sound improvements 8.8/10 Build quality 9.2/10 Matchability 9.5/10 Comfort 9.2/10 Value for the price 9.5/10 Pros PW-level quality cable Reasonable price Organic and highly-compatible sound Solid build quality and premium looks Includes a soft pouch Cons Lacks brand info/distributors Could include a cable tie Not meant for making major modifications to the sound signature Product details Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.