BASN BSINGER +PRO
Bass: Deep and punchy with aggressive attack and slow decay. The mid-bass seems to stand out more. Making this more suitable for bass heavy tracks like EDM and Hip Hop. The sub-bass is evident. Yet it seems to be overpowered by the mid-bass.
Mid-range: Despite the voluminous bass. The Mid-range hardly takes a thrashing in terms of clarity detail. The lower mids are a bit recessed. Although once you go up the ladder. It becomes slightly forward. So it averages out as balanced. The mids from the Bsinger+Pro is better suited for Classical music, Jazz and Film Score music. The amount of detail is very present. For $40 it's above average. Although it's not going to keep up with the mid forward Shozy Zero.
Treble: I find this part smooth and shimmering. With no fatigue whatsoever. The treble was clearly tuned for prolonged periods of listening. It's not extremely extended. Just enough to stand out just slightly more than the mids. In terms of detail retrieval. It's above average for $40. It is most suitable for Classical music. Maybe Rock and definitely Alternative music.
Bass: Deeper Bass response. The transition from lower to higher Bass responses is pretty good for this price. The attack of the bass is semi fast. The decay is just about the same speed. The tonality is also very good for $40. What impresses me most is how much the bass can stay separate from the mids. Speaking of which.