Rock Jaw first emerged into the market with the Alfa Genus; now, we are graced with the Rock Jaw Alfa Genus V2. With the V2, it is the updated version of its original. However, this is not your ordinary incremental update as there are a lot of things that have been changed. There is a fresh look and the new sonic signature.
The Rock Jaw Alfa Genus V2 is More Than Just Your Incremental Update
When the company made the Rock Jaw Alfa Genus V2, they took feedback quite seriously. This time around, they are giving buyers what they really want – better sound in a form-fitting, comfortable, and reasonably-priced package.
For its design, the Alfa Genus V2 has 8-millimeter dynamic drivers with an sound impedance rating of 16Ohms. There is also a sensitivity rating of 108dB while the frequency response ranges from 20 to 20,000Hz. There are three tuning filter that offer audible and significant sound boosts to their particular sub-ranges when in use.
When looking at the V2’s look and feel, it is a completely new headset. The original was built with wood, this time around the new headset is made out of aluminum. While it looks like it is made to be heavier, it is not. In fact, there is no substantial impact with regards to its weight or even to its build quality. However, there are some who prefer the original’s wood structure as the aluminum looked plain instead of luxurious.
When it comes to audio performance, the V2 has a powerful sound that is something to behold. It is noticeably, and notably greater than that of the V1’s. Those who are big fans of heavy bass in a small package can find it here. Bass is aggressive and the sounds reverberated like nothing else within the device’s price range. However, there are times when the bass does sound a bit “too” aggressive. This may cause listener’s fatigue over just about half an hour of listening.
However, this is where the filters come in. There are numerous filters to even out the sound to generate a more pleasant and more versatile listening experience. For instance, when using the neutral gold filter, there is a boost in the mid-range to certain tunes. Listeners may even feel the fatigue to vanish thanks to the more comfortable sonic signature.
With the Rock Jaw Alfa Genus V2, it adds comfort and flexibility to listening to your favorite music. The features come in a small package that won’t let you break the bank.