BGVP DMS Review: Got skills
BGVP is a new Chinese IEM brand that started to gain much interest among fellow budget audiophiles. They do have flagship-level products but the majority of their products are focused on affordable, budget-friendly ones.
Even their name stands for ‘Budget Gears for Various Personalities’, so you already get what their motto is. I’ve been hearing good impressions about BGVP products all over the place – especially DM6 and DMG. Surely I’ve been interested in their products, though it was a mixed bag of feelings since I was also skeptical about their actual quality.
Lots of Chinese brands are flooding out nowadays and not all of them are precious gems. Anyhow, BGVP released the successor of their DMG, named DMS. Not only this is my first time reviewing a BGVP IEM, but this is also my first time trying their products. One fun fact about the BGVP brand is that they were previously known as ‘Sidy’ but later changed their branding to the current one. Let’s get into the review and see how BGVP did with their newest IEM, DMS.
DMS has a rather uncommon driver configuration, packed with 4-Way 6BA+1DD on each sides. Two Knowles 31936 BAs for the highs, two 60318 dual BAs for the low-mids, and the wide 10mm DD covering all frequency range.
Very interesting to see BGVP decided to set the dynamic driver as full-range. I suppose this is a similar approach as Rhapsodio Zombie MK8. BGVP explains that setting the DD as full-range provides organic treble, sweeter vocals, and deeper/denser bass. In short, this large dynamic driver is there to manage and complement the overall sound.
Not going to lie, I’m surprised for what BGVP can offer. I’ve seen this brand getting hyped all over the communities getting praised which gave me doubts, though I can see that they aren’t just for the money and gimmicks but for good quality audio products. If you’re searching for a comfortable, wide sounding IEM with good clarity, DMS would be an affordable choice for you to grab. It’s also time for me to keep my eyes on this brand and see how they would do with their future products.
Thanks to BGVP for providing the DMS in exchange for an honest impression/feedback.
I am not affiliated with BGVP and none of my words were modded or asked to be changed.