ROMOSS Senyeek
Ø14.8mm + Ø7.4mm Dynamic Drivers

The only earphones by ROMOSS that I know of are the dual-driver Senyeek, which got quite a lot of hype in Chinese communities. I expected a lot from these, thus I was disappointed when I heard these earphones. They sound absolutely pathetic, and are headache-inducing because of the overemphasized bass.

Pros
Cons
  • Overall, the design is innovative and interesting.
  • The sound quality is horrific. The bass is overemphasized, and not in a good way, while the mids and highs are muffled and very dark.
  • The build quality isn't impressive at all.
  • Very uncomfortable to wear.
Package & Accessories
Package:
Paperboard (bare)
Ear Tips - Single-Flange:
S+M+L, unique, white (translucent), Ø3x6mm oval bores
Pouch:
Leatherette, black, branded
Build & Materials
Housing:
Plastic (matte + glossy), Ø5x6.5mm oval nozzles (Ø3.5x5mm openings), rigid strain reliefs
Remote/Y-Split:
Plastic (matte), triple-button + switch*, soft strain reliefs
Cable:
TPE, soft, bend-retaining
Plug:
Plastic (matte), straight, short, soft strain relief
  • The inline remote has an iPhone/Android switch on the back.
Comfort & Fit

I just don't understand why ROMOSS thought that this design is good. They are very uncomfortable, they barely fit, no matter which of the included tips I try, and they make my ears sore. Moreover, there's absolutely no noise isolation. Had to use foam tips instead to make them fit.

Lows / Bass

The bass is overemphasized and the sub-bass is insane. Listening to these earphones for a while can cause a huge headache.

Mids / Vocals

The lower-mids are so overemphasized that listening to vocals (especially male vocals) can cause a huge headache. They are dark, muffled and unnatural.

Highs / Treble

The highs are dark and blanketed. The whole sound is muddy and colored, but not harsh or sibilant.

Frequency Response
Reviewed on 2016-03-03 22:45:27 (UTC)
ROMOSS
Senyeek