K's Earphone 32ohm

ø15.4mm Dynamic Driver

$5~$10
4.0/5.0

The cheap, yet beautiful 32ohm earbuds by K's Earphone proved to be an excellent low-cost choice for general-purpose consumption, including music listening. A warm and quite detailed sound, with mild and relaxed treble, that makes a comfortable listening experience, especially for those with sensitive hearing.

These sound a lot like Yinyoo Tank, warm and bass-focused, so if you're looking for a bright and super-detailed treble, those probably won't be enough. However, if fun-sounding earbuds is what you're after, these are like a more affordable variant of Yinyoo Tank.

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Pros

  • A sound signature with a huge fun-factor.
  • Some of the best bass responses I've heard so far from earbuds.
  • Impressive build quality for the price, specifically of the cable.
  • Very affordable for what you get in return.

Cons

  • These earbuds could use some extra brightness and detail in the treble range.
  • Might be uncomfortable to wear for many, given their bulky housings.
  • No option for an inline remote.

Package & Accessories

Foam Pads:

2 × Black

2 × Red

Shirt Clip:

Black, 360° cable holder, generic

Case:

Black, round, generic

Build & Materials

Housings:

Plastic (matte), ø17mm, plastic faceplate

Y-Split:

Silicone, no strain reliefs

Cable:

Silicone-coated (rugged), 1XXcm, separated, semi-soft, mildly bent

Plug:

Silicone, 90° angled, short, soft strain relief

Comfort & Fit

I find most earbuds quite uncomfortable, and they tend to put pressure on my ears after a while. These earbuds' housings are very generic and used for many other earbuds, so there isn't anything special about the lack of ergonomics with these earbuds.

Lows / Bass

Amazing bass response with a super-deep bass, especially for earbuds. If you're looking for fun-sounding earphones, especially for contemporary music styles, you've got it right here!

Mids / Vocals

Althought the mids aren't as vivid as the classic VE Monk, it's sure some of the best mids around, at least as far as I've heard. They are clear and upfront, especially if you're using these earbuds with an amplifier. While Monk's mids are on the brighter side, the 32ohm's mids add some excellent fun-factor in the mix.

The only con here is the relatively lower clarity than Monk (which has been discontinued anyway).

Highs / Treble

The highs are quite gentle, nowhere near harsh or piercing, and offer some of the most comfortable and easy to get used to listening experience. The level of detail is quite impressive, even though there isn't any extraordinary micro-detail, like with many other earbuds. Perfect for general everyday usage and will be highly appreciated by people with sensitive hearing.

Frequency Response

32ohm
K300