SIMGOT EN1000 (King Wonder) Review: Impressive Dual-Cavity Dynamic Driver IEMs!

SIMGOT EN1000 In Ear Monitor Headphone

SIMGOT EN1000 In Ear Monitor Headphone







What We Dig

  • Beautiful Design
  • Warm, Natural, Detailed Sound
  • Comfortable Fit

What To Think About

  • Could use a bit more air and separation

Get all the details on these affordable dual cavity dynamic driver IEMs from SIMGOT, with this comprehensive EN1000 review! Check it out!

For music lovers looking for an incredible audio experience, the $189 SIMGOT EN1000 (King Wonder) Dual-Cavity Dynamic Driver IEMs offer an optimal listening experience with a touch of affordable luxury.

With their novel interchangeable “tuning plug” design, dual-cavity dynamic driver technology, and state-of-the-art materials, the SIMGOT EN1000s offer a combination of sound quality, build, and comfort rarely found in a $200 pair IEMs. In our experience, SIMGOT has always provided innovative designs and refined sound quality, which is certainly the case here.

SIMGOT EN1000 Review

This comprehensive review of the SIMGOT EN1000s will provide an in-depth look at the features, performance, and overall value of these impressive IEMs. From their soundstage and frequency response to their design and build quality, this review will provide insight into the performance of the SIMGOT EN1000s and hopefully give you an idea of whether they’ll work for you.

So, if you’re looking for an IEM that provides excellent sound quality and comfort in the $200 price range, read on to find out more about the SIMGOT EN1000s.

What’s In The Box

Not a lot here, but you get what’s necessary.

1 Pair of mirror-finish dual-cavity dynamic earbuds. They’re lightweight but look solid and have a beautiful finish with elegant glass panel inserts.

1 Eight-strand braided silver-plated OFC audio cable, which is sturdy and attractive but somewhat tangle-prone.

3 3.5mm tuning plugs with individual tuning adjustments. Easily swappable so that you can change the sound at a whim.

1 Stylish and protective hard case with magnetic flip-top

2 Sets of comfortable silicone ear tips (each set contains a pair of large, medium, and small)

SIMGOT EN1000 Review

SIMGOT EN1000 Review: Design & Build Quality

First off, I have to say I love the build on these earphones. The SIMGOT EN1000s have a luxurious yet ergonomic earpiece design that makes them easy to look at and listen to.

With their gorgeous mirror finish and alluring glass panels embedded into the sides, they look much more opulent than you would expect for $200. Some IEMs cost double what the EN1000’s cost, and don’t have the attention to detail they have.

Inside each EN1000 earpiece resides a single 10mm dual-cavity dynamic driver with a DLC & Beryllium-plated composite diaphragm. Utilizing two chambers instead of one is said to allow for superior air pressure regulation, resulting in faster and more fluid motion of the diaphragm and producing deeper bass.

Additionally, the dual-cavity is intended to provide clearer sound across all frequencies and a larger soundstage than single-cavity drivers. Furthermore, using a stiff yet light DLC & Beryllium-plated composite diaphragm provides the potential for speedy transients and sharp detail.

Along with the remarkable driver setup, there’s also an innovative 2-pin detachable cable with interchangeable 3.5mm plugs. Each plug has an electronic filter that provides a slight tweak to the overall tuning, adding a little vocal emphasis or enhancing the stage, and I found them a quick and effective way to match the EN1000 to different sources.

SIMGOT EN1000 Review

Furthermore, SIMGOT says they will add additional plug options like 4.4mm or 2.5mm balanced plugs in the future, a feature I would love to see. Not only that, the standard two-pin connector on the other side of the cable lets you swap for a different one if tuning plugs aren’t your thing.


  • Impedance: 32Ω
  • Headphone Sensitivity: 108dB/mW (Easy to drive)
  • Frequency Response Range: 20-40000Hz
  • Cable Length: 1.2m
  • Plug Type: 3.5mm
  • Easy-to-drive, high resolution, wider range of applicable sound types

SIMGOT EN1000 Review: Comfort & Fit

As far as comfort and fit are concerned, the SIMGOT EN1000s are at the top of the heap as far as I’m concerned. They have a smooth mirror finish that not only makes them look good but also makes them comfortable to wear since there aren’t any rough edges.

In addition to the finish, they are lightweight and have a shape that fits my ear like a glove. Furthermore, the silicone ear tips have a soft, flexible design so that you can wear them for longer periods of time without feeling fatigued. The tips also work well in conjunction with the memory wire hooks on the cable to provide a secure fit.

SIMGOT EN1000 Review: Soundstage, Dynamics, & Frequency Response

No matter which tuning plug you use, the soundstage on the SIMGOT EN1000s is good, and the bass is impactful. The mids are amazingly organic, and the sound overall has excellent clarity. The highs are also remarkably smooth for a mid-range IEM. If you swap plugs from the standard black ring plug, you will mainly get an incremental reduction in the midrange, in turn providing more air and bass depth. I did the majority of my sound test with the pre-installed “standard” plug.

These IEMs are capable of producing impressive levels of sound quality for a $200 model. As is the trend nowadays, the frequency response is remarkably balanced. There isn’t really any hardness or peakiness in any portion of the audioband except for maybe a small peak in the upper midrange that pops out on certain material and sources.

That said, I think the tuning is really good, especially compared to some of the SIMGOT IEMs that I’ve tried in the past. I found them to be really peaky in the upper mids, which was quite distracting. I had no such issues with the EN1000.

Listening to Patricia Barber’s “Trouble Is A Man” on my Fiio M11 Plus, I again found the presentation to be quite balanced. The high frequencies on the SIMGOT EN1000s were quite smooth and detailed, even though there was some slight roll-off at the very top, but not to the point of being dull. The vocals were both clean and present, while the upright bass was impactful and articulate. The timbre of the instruments was amazingly organic.

On the other hand, the soundstage, while nicely focused, could’ve been a little wider, and there could’ve been a little more air and separation in the presentation. That said, I liked the overall naturalness of the sound and the depth of the performance with Barber in front and the instruments placed nicely in the back and off the side. I also liked the speed and dexterity of the performance.

SIMGOT EN1000 Review

Compared to the multi-driver THIEAUDIO Elixir, I found the Elixir to be more detailed up top with a little more width and separation in the soundstage. There was also a little more air in the THIEAUDIO’s performance, which was nice. That said, I found the EN1000s sound to be more cohesive and natural, with a more prominent mid-bass, something I expect from a quality single dynamic driver.

At the end of the day, both are great-sounding balanced IEMs, so it just depends on the type of sound you prefer.

SIMGOT EN1000 Review: Summary & Conclusion

The SIMGOT EN1000s are premium dual-cavity dynamic earphones that offer a combination of luxury, sound quality, and comfort rarely found in IEMs at this price. They have an ergonomic design, high-quality materials, and quality ear tips that make them easy to wear for long periods.

As far as sound goes, the soundstage is relatively impressive, especially from a depth perspective, and the imaging is quality. The balanced frequency response is impressive, and there really isn’t a frequency where the sound is distorted. At the end of the day, the SIMGOT EN1000s are an excellent pair of earphones that deliver exceptional sound quality that works with any genre.

They could use a bit more soundstage width and separation, but the overall organic nature of their sound, along with their punchy controlled bass, is really good for those who listen to a wide range of music.

If you’re looking for a more airy hybrid sound with a touch more top-end detail (at the expense of a little liquidity), then you may want to check out the Theaudio Elxir, which is sold for about the same price. That said, I think the EN1000 is a bit more comfortable and stylish if you care about such things.

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