hor Sunrise AS Charm & SW Xcape earphones Review
In recent times, more and more budget-centric earphone brands such as SoundMAGIC and BrainWavz from China have started to penetrate the audiophile market with quality audio at just a fraction of the cost, compared to the European and Japanese rivals. However, amidst the onslaught of these Chinese makers emerge a new brand from Vietnam, by the name of Sunrise. How will it fair in the battlefields of audiophiles that the Chinese brands have seem to dominate?

hor Sunrise AS Charm & SW Xcape earphones Review
Being a true audiophile doesn’t require an arm and a leg like they used to a couple of years back. With the recent Chinese invasion of earphone makers, many laymen were given the opportunity to hear what they have been missing out without burning a hole in their wallets. Chinese brands such as SoundMAGIC and Brainwavz shouldn’t be much of a stranger to the local market with their pleasantly surprising performance and affordable price tags. In this review, we put Sunrise’s offerings to the test and see if the Vietnam-based company is able to surprise us with their bundles of joy.

Here are some of the specifications of the two different models.

Sunrise AS-Charm

  • Driver: 15mm
  • Impedance: 150ohm
  • Sensitivity: 113 ± 3 dB
  • Cable length: 1.2m
  • Frequency range: 20-24000Hz
  • Connection: 3.5mm

Sunrise SW-Xcape

  • Driver: 15mm
  • Impedance: 32ohm
  • Sensitivity: 115 ± 3 dB
  • Cable length: 1.2m
  • Frequency range: 20-24000Hz
  • Connection: 3.5mm