We've seen places online where the Final Audio Design Heaven II is described as having a sound you can only love or hate, and we're right on board with this description. The Heaven II is a pair of earphones housing a balanced armature driver that aims at delivering spatially interpreted tracks on the go. Some have hailed as the best single armature offering while others say it doesn't measure up to the rest of the line, this really is up to your
Typical of FAD earphones, the build quality of these entry level earphones is extremely high. The enclosures are made for polished stainless steel. A single balanced armature driver resides in each enclosure. According to FAD's website, these are newly developed BAs. It also features FAD's signature "Balancing Air Movement" or BAM mechanism. The slim build of the Final Audio Heaven II allows for deep insertion
Pros and Peculiarities
I always try to start with the Pros and end off with the Peculiarities but this format doesn't quite work when the sound is truly quite peculiar.
The sound signature of the Final Audio Heaven II is something of an acquired taste. They're not quite as refined and full sounding as the other members of the Heaven series and detractors will certainly say that the sound signature of the Heaven II is "airy" or "tinny".
However, Heaven II enthusiasts have swayed in a polar opposite direction, hailing the undeniably excellent soundstage as a near-perfect replica of a live experience. Check out some online
For a earphone constructed to deliver a strong spatial experience, the Final Audio Heaven II shines in its sound placement, transporting its listener to the concert venue in their DAP.
The Final Heaven II retails at SGD$139.90 at Final Retailers. Check them out here