Kiwi Ears Dolce Review

Kiwi Ears Dolce review featured

Welcome to my Kiwi Ears Dolce earphones review. The Dolce is a budget IEM with a single 10mm dynamic driver. The price is $22.

Disclaimer: This sample was provided by Linsoul for an honest review. All observations and opinions here are my own based on my experience with the product.

Kiwi Ears Dolce Review
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Bass impact and extension
Balanced sound signature
Smooth treble response
Bouncy brown cable
Occasional sibilance
Our Score

Kiwi Ears Dolce

  • Sensitivity(1KHz) 102±3DB
  • Impedance(1KHz) 16Ω±10%
  • Driver Configuration Kiwi Ears Customized 10mm LDP (LDPE+LCP) diaphragm
  • Cable Interface 0.78mm-2 Pin
  • Earphone Material Medical grade resin
  • Plug Type 3.5mm Stereo Cable
Kiwi Ears Dolce design


The Kiwi Ears Dolce shells are crafted using medical-grade resin through advanced 3D printing technology. The transparent body of the shells showcases the internals, while the faceted faceplates exhibit a stunning gradient from blue to black.

Included with Dolce is a 0.75mm 2-pin OCC cable, featuring a rich coppery brown colour and plastic components. Though lacking a chin slider and exhibiting minimal microphonics, the cable remains manageable and does not significantly detract from the listening experience.

In terms of comfort, Dolce excels, allowing for extended periods of wear without discomfort. The passive noise isolation provided by these IEMs surpasses the average, effectively minimizing external disturbances. Even when playing music at lower volumes, the surrounding ambient sounds are reduced dramatically.

Dolce shell


Gear used for testing includes the Hidizs XO, Shanling M0 Pro and SMSL C200.

Dolce has a V-shaped sound signature. It has a mature sound but with a bit of fun added in the form of a subtle bass boost and lightly lifted treble.

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