Fulfils my expectation of a neutral sounding DD iem. Very mature sound. Kilobuck iems should learn from ucotech. Slight roughness is there in the starting but goes away after burn in & tip rolling. Pairs (scales) well with desktop OTL amp without any FR issues.
I have owned few headphones ranged between 300$.
This RE-2 I was trying in a shop shop and the salesperson introduced this model to me and that was the last one in stock.
Wow. I was impressed by the mid-range and clarity. The bass is also well-controlled. Very enjoyable to listen. More amazed me is the price (just 130$). I was not quite sure as it is so unreal. So I tried other brands e.g. Shure Aonic 4 and Sennheiser IE300. After few hours of careful testing, I'm sure they are far less impressive than this Re-2.
Look at this RE-2. The core build is already very solid and the default factory cable is thick and fancy. Material-wise it's already better than Shure and Sennheiser in 300$ price range. I also have a flagship of Bluetooth Earbuds from ATH. Re-2 is still slightly better.
When I bought a new one, that sound was a bit too hard and not wide enough but after few days, bloom! Re-2 is even better and I feel 120% glad to have this RE-2 in my collection. Now I keep listening day by day with full happiness.
I need to tell to more people as a good quality headphone must gain more attention so that they can do it even better.
Non Harmon. great soundstage dynamic natural bass that actually sounds like drums etc. A bargain.
I mean what the heck. Just buy. Night and day vs the re-1 pros from the same company. Honestly I think Ucotech priced it wrong. Never been an iem guy altho I own a few high end headphones. I am listening to my music collection all over again. Very detailed and satisfying to listen to.
I'm a podcaster, and bought these to use for editing (mostly talking, with occasional music/sound effects). They're comfortable, even for long periods, with great sound quality. I haven't had them long enough to say for certain, but they also feel very sturdy.