Some of the new products by BYZ caught my eye badly, one of them being BYZ K82. This sleek-looking model reminds the designs of UiiSii's earphones, but they aren't the same. The cable smells just like UiiSii's cables but it's smooth (vs rugged) and the metallic parts aren't the same.
What's to say about the sound? It's great. Not the best, but pretty impressive. It doesn't compare to UiiSii HM7 or even BYZ K30 when it comes to clarity, but still, they are loud and the bass is awesome.
Once again, BYZ didn't disappoint. I recommend these earphones.
The bass is very deep and pounding. You can feel them trembling inside your ears, yet they are not muddy.
The build quality is great.
These earphones smell amazing!
The mids and highs sound slightly colored, which affects the level of detail and precision.
It might be a factory mistake, but it seem like there aren't any large-size tips.
Package & Accessories
Paperboard + soft plastic (clear)
Ear Tips - Single-Flange:
S+2×M, extra-soft, grey (translucent), ø6mm bores
Black, 360° cable holder, generic
Build & Materials
Metal, ø5mm nozzles, soft strain reliefs
Plastic (glossy), single-button
Metal, soft strain relief
Silicone (smooth), 124cm, soft, bend-retaining
Metal, straight, short, soft strain relief
The cable has an extremely pleasant bubblegum-like smell.
Comfort & Fit
The included tips are so soft that they might not provide a good seal. You should get other tips if that's the case. I find them to actually be very comfortable.
Lows / Bass
The lows are awesome. There sub-bass is immense, and you can actually feel these earphones tremble inside your ears. The bass is mostly deep on the low-end, but not muddy on the mid-bass at all. However, some extremely deep bass content might push them to their limit, causing them to sound a little shaky.
Mids / Vocals
The mids are a bit recessed and slightly colored and off-tone. Very similar to K53.
Highs / Treble
The highs are quite loud but don't get too detailed, and even sound slightly colored. They are just fun to listen to, but nothing an audiophile can appreciate.