Shozy’s flagship multi-BA IEM!
PROS: Tiny shells with an extremely comfortable fit, fun and exciting W-shaped signature, wide, open and airy soundstage, detail retrieval, exciting and engaging.
CONS: Highly coloured signature subject to personal liking and preferences, cheap cable, non-existent accessories, generic packaging.
Shozy is based in Shenzhen, Guangdong and registered in China and Hong Kong. They are an OEM as well as make their own products, some in collaborations with other companies like the Pola39 with AAW. They have a wide range of IEMs, ranging from their $50 V33 to $950 flagship – Pola39.
- Drivers: 5 Knowles Proprietary drivers
- 3-way crossover design
- Impedance : 15Ω@1kHz
- Sensitivity : 105db SPL@1 mW
- Frequency Range : 20-20000Hz
- Isolation : -26db
- Termination : 0.78 2Pin
- Connectors : 2.5mm, 4.4mm, 3.5mm
Included in the box.
Funnily, there is hardly anything included in the tiny generic Shozy branded box besides the IEM, a cheap 2-pin cable, tiny case and 2 set of generic SML eartips – which is quite disappointing considering Elsa is priced at $680. Come on Shozy, stay current with the competition! You got to make your buyers feel special when they’re spending $680 because these days IEMs 1/5th the asking price come with a great cable, variety of nice ear tips, excellent packaging and other goodies.
Build Quality, Fit and Comfort.
The Elsa unit I received has a honeycomb faceplate and solid black shells. They are well built, extremely small and extremely ergonomic like the Shozy BG. They fit my ears like a glove and are an IEM that I can comfortably wear while lying down sideways and even sleep with them in without any discomfort.
Cable – The stock cable is disappointing to say the least. It is extremely thin and looks very cheap. Shozy should’ve included a decent premium cable with the Elsa as its asking price of $680 is not cheap by any means.
Case – On the other hand, I quite like the tiny Shozy case. It fits Elsa and even thicker premium cables really well and is small enough for me to comfortably carry it in my jeans pocket.