Moondrop Aria 2 Review

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In this review, I’m looking at the Moondrop Aria 2 IEM. Aria 2 is the 2nd generation of Moondrop’s popular single dynamic driver earphones. It comes with an updated driver, a new look and a new cable. It’s priced at $80.

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

Moondrop Aria 2 Review
Verdict
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Pros
Midrange clarity
Controlled bass
Updated driver and design
Great stock cable
Improved carrying case
Cons
Upper mids bordering on shouty
4
Our Score

Moondrop Aria 2

Moondrop Aria 2 frequency response graph
Moondrop Aria 2 IEM

Verdict

The Moondrop Aria 2 falls into the realm of decent sub-$ $100 IEMs. It brings some improvements like the redesigned exterior and a notably upgraded cable, yet it doesn’t evoke overwhelming excitement for me. In terms of audio, it’s more of a lateral shift from its predecessor, offering a tweaked but not significantly improved sound profile. The standout feature remains the enhanced cable, which elevates its overall value. While it doesn’t ignite an abundance of enthusiasm from my end, the Aria 2 stands as a respectable option, particularly for those seeking modest enhancements in both design and durability.

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