The only earphones by ROMOSS that I know of are the dual-driver Senyeek, which got quite a lot of hype in Chinese communities.
Although it's a nice sounding pair of earbuds, I wasn't too impressed with them in comparison to some dirt-cheap in-ears. The sound is overly loud and the main emphasis is on the mids. The sound is loud and tiring and the soundstage is quite condensed.
Still, I'm more than sure that this sound will impress many earbud enthusiasts, and I'll gladly hear your opinions.
Strong bass response, along with well-defined mids and gentle highs.
A dual-driver construction in an innovative design.
The sound quality is still not "a dream come true" for earbud enthusiasts, it has many inaccuracies to refine.
The inline remote has an iPhone/Android switch on the back.
Comfort & Fit
Compared to other earbuds, these probably have the most ergonomic design of them all. Sure, you'll find it weird at first and it'll take while to learn to wear them properly, but once you do, you will see that thet sit extremely well on your ear.
Lows / Bass
Probably some of the best bass responses I've yet to hear from earbuds. The dual-driver structure shows its advantages as the bass rumbles, yet the mids and highs continue to perform separately and are not generally overshadowed by the massive bass response.
Mids / Vocals
The mids are well defined. However, on higher volumes the vocals seem just a bit too shouty. If you keep the volume levels moderate, you'll quite enjoy what these earbuds have to over in terms of vocal clarity. Instrument separation is pretty nice as well, but nothing special really.
Highs / Treble
Slightly muffled highs, even though the overall sound signature isn't that dark. Detail is quite distant, but at least the highs remain within the comfort zone. They are not piercing and never harsh. Can't hear any sudden peaks that would otherwise cause discomfort.