Penon Globe

(5 customer reviews)


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Penon Globe HiFi Audiophile IEM

  • 2BA+Dynamic Driver Hybrid 2Pin 0.78mm Detachable Audiophile IEMS
  • The use of medical grade resin material, light and beautiful, comfortable to wear, no strange feeling in contact with the skin.
  • Made by hand, the earphone shell is solid and more durable.


  • Driver: 2BA + 10mm dynamic
  • Balanced armature: Knowles high frequency, Sonion middles frequency
  • Dynamic driver : 10mm Bass
  • Frequency reponse:20Hz-20kHz
  • Impedance: 10ohm@1khz
  • Sensitivity: 116db@1khz@1mw
  • Connector: 2Pin 0.78mm
  • Cable length: 1.2M


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5 reviews for Penon Globe

  1. lan

    The Globe does exactly what I wanted it to and has earnt a position in my collection for the long haul. It sits closer to my heart than it does my head. It appeals to the part of me that wants to let go of the constant critiquing and fall into the experience of music itself. It gives me the detail but not with a digital sheen or grain. It reminds me that I’m as much a part of the music too.

  2. Gregory

    This Globe color first comes off skewed, but quickly midrange and treble formations enable a double take. So the slight darkness is perceived along with sexy BA rendition of midrange and treble elements. Such characteristics are due to both the driver frequency response and individual (driver-tone) characteristics. We are presented a fairly large soundstage encompassed by width, height and thickness. Such places are the canvas and essential to imaging. In the lower frequencies we delight in how the midrange and treble find placement. Yet there is an overall stance of liquidity and smoothness, that forms the music in the most digestible of ways.

  3. KutuzovGambit

    The Globe is quite difficult to pigeonhole in terms of a standard sound signature. I consider it to have a clearly mid-centric tuning, although the bass is undoubtedly boosted and the treble also is not exactly shy. It could possibly be called a warm mild U-shape, though the bass is definitely favored more than the treble. By alphabetic and linguistic contortion it might perhaps be most accurately called a warm reverse mild J-shape.

  4. KutuzovGambit

    It has a dynamic and expansive signature, with an unmistakeable euphonic coloration to the midrange — especially the lower mids. What is remarkable, however, is that this coloration is accomplished with a restraint, balance and maturity that enables the Globe’s atmospheric quality to enhance (rather than obscure) the innate qualities of a wide variety of music. This is due in no small part to the large, well-proportioned soundstage, as well as to the Globe’s other ample technical abilities. Nevertheless, this is by no means an analytical IEM; the technicalities exist solely to support the rich musicality on offer here. The summation of this is that the Globe has the power to effortlessly draw me, as if by gravity, into the heart of the music.

  5. Bosk

    There are a few things I immediately notice when listening to the Globes. First off they’re very easy to drive, dongle users in particular may benefit here. Then there’s the tremendous cohesion. The other standout is their midrange, as “hyper real”. Midrange presence is a great strength of the Globes, with vocalists readily commanding your attention.
    They’re small, comfortable, cohesive with a terrific midrange and commendable bass output which augurs strongly for the their value at this pricepoint.
    If you’d prefer to ignore the hype and choose an under-the-radar option, you’ll probably enjoy the Globes as I have.

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