With the Blessing2, Moondrop offers exceptional in-ear headphones with a rich and precise sound reproduction. The IEMs incorporate no less than three different drivers, each of which is responsible for the reproduction of a defined frequency range. A particularly effective triple filter allows these frequency bands to be distributed according to each transducer.
1DD+4BA, Triple hybrid filter
Physical 3D printed bandpass and lowpass crossover conduits, along with a resistor-capacitor crossover, form a triple hybrid crossover. Two Knowles SWFK tweeters handle the highs, a proprietary Mid-BA driver handles the mids, and a 10mm paper diaphragm dynamic driver handles the lows. This design provides smooth highs, accurate mids and deep lows for an immersive and faithful sound reproduction.
A design and robust body
In order to accurately manufacture the complex structure of the Blessing2s without any errors, Moondrop enlisted the help of 3D printing company HeyGears. This partnership leverages DLP-3D printing with medical-grade UV resin to produce reliable, accurate, and robust complex-structured housings.
Stainless steel front panel
The Blessing2 faceplates are crafted from medical grade stainless steel using a precise CNC milling process and then brushed. Assembled with the transparent 3D printed shell, the whole set offers a beautiful aesthetic, both modern and sober.
Perfectly optimized sound reproduction
The triple-crossover structure uses both acoustic filters and a resistive capacitor filter, preserving phase coherence across most of the audible spectrum while ensuring that each driver operates at its respective frequency. In addition, this method provides incredibly transparent and accurate reproduction.