Is 7HZ timeless hard to drive?
7HZ Timeless is a universal IEM is a planar magnetic IEM offering with a double-sided array N52 magnet and ultra-thin diaphragm 14.2mm Planar driver. With just 14.8ohms impedance and 104dB sensitivity, this magnetic planar IEM is surprisingly easy to drive, comparable with dynamic driver-equipped monitors.
Are Moondrop Kato worth it?
In a nutshell, the KATO excellent do the 3 Ts: timbre, tonality, and technicalities. Timbral accuracy on this set is organic and authentic, both for vocals and acoustic instruments. Imaging, micro-details, clarity, and instrument separation are also very good for a single DD set.
Is Kato better than Aria?
Our Verdict. The MOONDROP Aria are better in-ear monitors than the MOONDROP KATO. The Aria are more comfortable, and they have a slightly more neutral sound profile, which some users may prefer. The KATO are better built, and you can swap out the nozzles if you want to slightly tweak their sound.