After the successful design of Kanas Pro and KXXS, Moondrop scores another home run with the release of the all new Blessing - tuned according to the famous Harman Target Curve.
This post is originally posted on Headphonesty. Thank you, Apos Audio for sending me the Moondrop Blessing in-ear monitors (IEMs). They were provided to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review and opinion.
Moondrop is a Chinese IEMs manufacturer that is growing in popularity. I heard raving reviews about this brand - especially highlighting the Kanas Pro and KXXS. These are both highly recommended models by the audiophile community in the price range of USD$200. Besides these two models, Moondrop is sought-after for another reason; they tune some of their IEMs based on the Harman Target Curve.
Harman researchers Sean Olive, Todd Welti, and Elizabeth McMullin have continued their tireless trek towards a subjectively preferred headphone target response curve. - Tyll Hertsens from InnerFidelity.
Moondrop uses the studies from Harman researchers to design IEMs that are favored by the public. The Blessing is one such model. How does this IEM stand out from the crowd? Let’s find out!