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BLON

BLON - BL05S Wired IEM with Mic

10mm CNT Diaphragm | Carved Acoustic Chamber | Metal Shell | 2 Pin 0.78mm | Replacement Cable | Ergonomic Design | Comfortable to Wear

Rs. 4,199.00 Sale price Rs. 7,999.00
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Brand

BLON

Model No.

BL05S

Color

Green

Weight

180g


[BLON BL05S 10MM CNT DIAPHRAGM]:  Blon audio engineering team took their previous experience and the numerous customer feedback to design a new single dynamic driver earphone that takes the genre to all new heights Blon has redesigned the Carbon Nanotube (CNT) diaphragm with a new carbon network framework that increases the rigidity and speed of the membrane. CNT driver doesn’t utilize moving parts as do other traditional drivers, but rather uses thermoacoustic to create soundwav。
[COMPLIMENTARY EARPHONE CASE]: We provide complimentary earphone case as a good gesture to all our customers to protect IEMs from Scratches, rain/water and dust. High quality Leatherette material can prevent moisture. Unique appearance is suitable for carrying. It is soft, comfortable and durable.
[THE COMBINATION OF ART AND MUSIC]: The BLON BL05S interior chamber was carved out to feature an acoustic canal that accurately mirrors the sonic properties that the natural ear picks up in an orchestral hall. The new design is a much faster diaphragm response that is unparalleled among dynamic drivers, with an incredibly low distortion. A noticeably enhanced transient and detail retrieval ensues, along with a more powerful, tighter, and faster decaying lows.
[BLON BL-05S EXPLORE MYSTERY OF SOUND]: Compared to its predecessor, Patented technology outstanding cohesion. Independent design and development, no matter transient, dynamic, resolution, or vocals, all have outstanding potential. Sufficient low-frequency elasticity. good diving, high mid-frequency resolution, good high-frequency extension, fast transient, all reproduce original sound effect.
[STRONG AND ELEGANT]: -Die Casting Integrated Forming Metal Shell Earphone cavity, Smooth metal edge circular arc to prevent cutting hand. Sound cavity using precision metal anodizing process, high polishing mirror surface technology for cavity surface-active-skid and anti-scratch, not easy to stick fingerprint, light and elegant. Based on ergonomics, the body's stability is improved by adjusting the angle and position of the sound tube to the ear canal, achieving a high fit
[ONE YEAR PROTECTION TIME]: Concept Kart have the Formal authorization from BLON company, all products are original. there is one year protective-time from the date of purchase.


"The combination of art and music
BL-05S Explore mystery of sound

THIRD GENERATION 10MM UPGRADEDCARBON DIAPHRAGM In order to present high-quality music, we upgraded to a third-generation 10mm carbon diaphragm . As an ideal diaphragm material , carbon diaphragm has a combination frigidity and flexibility , presenting a dear and transparent treble , charming midrange and vocals , and a thick and powerful bass effect , making ears hear more real and charming sound .

The third-generation carbon diaphragm is more rigid , improves high and low frequency smoothness , reduces distortion , and captures every detail

IMPROVED REPLACEABLE CABLE UNLIMITED UPGRADE POSSIBILITIES 2pin prevents short circuit problems .Wrapped protective cover , created by private mold , better protects the 2pins , not easy to deform Universal 0 . 78mm 2pin allows you to upgrade at will, and turn into Bluetooth in seconds


SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL:BLON BL05S
DRIVER UNIT: The third-generation 10mm Carbon Diaphragm Dynamic Drive
IMPEDANCE: 32Ω
EARPHONE SENSITIVITY: 108dB/mW
FREQUENCY RESPONSE RANGE: 20-20KHz
RATED POWER:3mW
MAXIMUM POWER:12mW
PLUG TYPE: 3.5mm Gold Plated L Type
CABLE LENGTH: 1.2m±3cm
COLOR: Green
EARPHONE: Interface: 0.78mm 2pin
MIC: Yes

 


 

Customer Reviews

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Akash Pathak (Pune, IN)
Blonerific IEMs Weight and see

Pros: Weighty presentation
Excellent timbre
Good all round sonic performance
Cons: May be a bit "much" for some taste
Stock tips and cable usual Blon rubbish
Not short on competition

As a fan of Blon's ever since getting one of the first BL-03s in a lucky bag way back when (in Chi-Fi terms), I've bought most of the following releases, one of which was the BL05. Suffice to say I wasn't really a fan, the tuning was well off. I therefore duly ignored the BL-05S due to this and the VILE minty green colour. Until about a month ago when I was sent a pair to review.

Straight away, the resemblance to the 05 was clear, the casing was identical apart from the horrid colour, the cable felt like one of the worst available and the tips, well, they didn't fit. Straight in the bin with those and out with a pair of Sednafits, now replaced by flipped Starlines after a bit of experimentation.

These will just about drive through a smartphone, though I would recommend an amp if you want ear bleeding volumes.

Sonically they present as almost W shaped in signature. The soundstage is about average but the separation is fantastic. Probably the best I have heard on any headphones.

To begin with, listening to "Crystallize" by Lindsay Stirling, reveals lows that don't necessarily extend super deep (certainly not to BL-03 levels) but have a real, honest weight to them without being overpowering. Despite the fact that I listen to this track to get an idea of what the bass is like, I can't help that even when the bass is at its lowest point, the timbre of the violin is fantastic.
"Merican" by Descendents is another track which is good for assessing bass, not because of the depth but because of the sheer speed of it. Many IEMs with weight in the bass struggle to keep up but the BL-05S has no issues at all.
"There She Goes" by Babyshambles reveals the bass to be remarkably even-handed. This was a track that revealed the weaknesses of the BL-03's bass. It also has just enough sibilance on Pete's vocals without becoming tiring. Plenty of detail is revealed in the midrange, the guitars sound fantastic on this track, the track makes use of a lot of muting but what both guitars are doing is easy to hear.
While I was listening to that on Tidal, Tidal decided to follow up with "What Katie Did" by The Libertines, and once again the BL-05S rewards with a weighty but detailed analysis of the track, with separation so good it's easy to hear what each individual is doing.

With all this weight being thrown around, it might be prudent to try something a bit more subtle. "Could You Believe" by Antonio Forcione shows a dynamic range I wasn't expecting to hear from such a punchy number. It can sound a bit "breathy" in vocals, which some may see as great detail and some might find a bit off-putting.

(Ghost) Riders in the Sky by Johnny Cash reveals details in the mids that other IEMs (even the mighty Tin T2 Plus) can miss, and Johnny's voice sounds awesome.

"Bring Me To Life" by Evanescence has plenty of detail in the treble without giving way to too much splashiness or sibilance. As with pretty much anything you feed the little green monsters, there's a genuine punch to the presentation in the mids and bass.

"Coin-Operated Boy" by Dresden Dolls manages to combine punch in the piano and percussion and still deliver Amanda Palmer's voice with some level of subtlety.

Ultimately I could listen to any one of a number of tracks and still be impressed by the way the BL-05S performs. The combination of genuine heft and detail and subtlety for me is super compelling. I've listened to more Heavy Metal tracks with these than any other IEM because they just sound so good (I don't ordinarily listen to much beyond a bit of System of a Down and Metallica). I've not, in six weeks, found a track I don't like with these.
In the meantime I've acquired a pair of Tin P1s, and in the presentation honestly I prefer these (though the timbre is slightly better in the P1, these have a little more detail and a fair bit more weight).

For the money the only thing that comes close for me is the Tin T2 Plus, which has a slightly defter touch. I'd say that for people who are concerned they might find these shouty the T2 Plus might be a better bet. For me, 90% of the time these are the ones going in my ears.

Yeah, I like them.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Akash Pathak (Pune, IN)
Blonerific IEMs Weight and see

Pros: Weighty presentation
Excellent timbre
Good all round sonic performance
Cons: May be a bit "much" for some taste
Stock tips and cable usual Blon rubbish
Not short on competition

As a fan of Blon's ever since getting one of the first BL-03s in a lucky bag way back when (in Chi-Fi terms), I've bought most of the following releases, one of which was the BL05. Suffice to say I wasn't really a fan, the tuning was well off. I therefore duly ignored the BL-05S due to this and the VILE minty green colour. Until about a month ago when I was sent a pair to review.

Straight away, the resemblance to the 05 was clear, the casing was identical apart from the horrid colour, the cable felt like one of the worst available and the tips, well, they didn't fit. Straight in the bin with those and out with a pair of Sednafits, now replaced by flipped Starlines after a bit of experimentation.

These will just about drive through a smartphone, though I would recommend an amp if you want ear bleeding volumes.

Sonically they present as almost W shaped in signature. The soundstage is about average but the separation is fantastic. Probably the best I have heard on any headphones.

To begin with, listening to "Crystallize" by Lindsay Stirling, reveals lows that don't necessarily extend super deep (certainly not to BL-03 levels) but have a real, honest weight to them without being overpowering. Despite the fact that I listen to this track to get an idea of what the bass is like, I can't help that even when the bass is at its lowest point, the timbre of the violin is fantastic.
"Merican" by Descendents is another track which is good for assessing bass, not because of the depth but because of the sheer speed of it. Many IEMs with weight in the bass struggle to keep up but the BL-05S has no issues at all.
"There She Goes" by Babyshambles reveals the bass to be remarkably even-handed. This was a track that revealed the weaknesses of the BL-03's bass. It also has just enough sibilance on Pete's vocals without becoming tiring. Plenty of detail is revealed in the midrange, the guitars sound fantastic on this track, the track makes use of a lot of muting but what both guitars are doing is easy to hear.
While I was listening to that on Tidal, Tidal decided to follow up with "What Katie Did" by The Libertines, and once again the BL-05S rewards with a weighty but detailed analysis of the track, with separation so good it's easy to hear what each individual is doing.

With all this weight being thrown around, it might be prudent to try something a bit more subtle. "Could You Believe" by Antonio Forcione shows a dynamic range I wasn't expecting to hear from such a punchy number. It can sound a bit "breathy" in vocals, which some may see as great detail and some might find a bit off-putting.

(Ghost) Riders in the Sky by Johnny Cash reveals details in the mids that other IEMs (even the mighty Tin T2 Plus) can miss, and Johnny's voice sounds awesome.

"Bring Me To Life" by Evanescence has plenty of detail in the treble without giving way to too much splashiness or sibilance. As with pretty much anything you feed the little green monsters, there's a genuine punch to the presentation in the mids and bass.

"Coin-Operated Boy" by Dresden Dolls manages to combine punch in the piano and percussion and still deliver Amanda Palmer's voice with some level of subtlety.

Ultimately I could listen to any one of a number of tracks and still be impressed by the way the BL-05S performs. The combination of genuine heft and detail and subtlety for me is super compelling. I've listened to more Heavy Metal tracks with these than any other IEM because they just sound so good (I don't ordinarily listen to much beyond a bit of System of a Down and Metallica). I've not, in six weeks, found a track I don't like with these.
In the meantime I've acquired a pair of Tin P1s, and in the presentation honestly I prefer these (though the timbre is slightly better in the P1, these have a little more detail and a fair bit more weight).

For the money the only thing that comes close for me is the Tin T2 Plus, which has a slightly defter touch. I'd say that for people who are concerned they might find these shouty the T2 Plus might be a better bet. For me, 90% of the time these are the ones going in my ears.

Yeah, I like them.

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Thank you for a very well-rounded and thorough review of PRODUCT OR SERVICE. We appreciate your hard work in putting this review together and know it will be helpful and informative for our customers. Have a good day!