TFZ Tequila 1 vs TFZ King Pro
The King Pro has more sub-bass quantity than the Tequila 1 with better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the King Pro is more full-bodied and helps to give a satisfying feel. Each bass note on both is articulated well. The bass decay on the Tequila 1 is quicker and the bass texture on the King Pro is rendered better. The rumble on the Tequila 1 is natural and helps to create a nice impact. The mid-bass the King Pro has more body and the weighted slam exerts itself with extra strength. The lower mids on the King Pro has slightly more quantity and male vocals are expressed well on both without any hollow or dry feeling. The upper mids on the Tequila has extra forwardness for more intimacy than the King Pro while King Pro excels with more body which results in a fuller performance. The crisp is apparent on the Tequila but the King Pro presents it in a smooth manner. For the treble, the King Pro has a smooth and enjoyable presentation while the Tequila 1 is slightly brighter. The amount of air rendered on the Tequila is more. Lastly, the King Pro has a more natural expansion while the Tequila excels with the width magnitude. The King Pro has a closed in depth.
TFZ Tequila 1 vs Magaosi K3 HD
The Tequila 1 has more sub-bass quantity than the K3 HD and commands a better extension. The Tequila 1 is able to produce a greater impact and the punch is able to boost the engagement level. The bass decay on both has similar pace. The bass texture on the Tequila 1 is rendered with more smoothness. The bass note on the Tequila 1 has better articulation and there is a clean hit. Rumble is more natural on the Tequila 1. The mid-bass has slightly more quantity than the K3 HD but the K3 HD delivers it slam with extra precision. The lower mids on the Tequila 1 sounds fuller than the K3 HD which benefts in the expression of male vocals. The upper mids on the K3 HD is more forward than the Tequila 1 but Tequila 1 excels in the control which helps in preventing female vocals from being shouty. The treble on the K3 HD extends better and operates with a brighter approach. Both shows a good amount of air but the Tequila 1 has the edge for mastery. Crisp on the K3 HD is more apparent. Lastly, Tequila 1 expands more naturally. It is able to tackle both the width and depth well.
TFZ Tequila 1 vs Oriveti Basic
The Basic has more sub-bass quantity than the Tequila 1 while the Tequila 1 extends greater with more depth. The sub-bass reproduction on the Tequila 1 is more engaging than the Basic. The bass decay on the Tequila 1 is quicker with agility which helps to elevate the overall speed. The bass texture on the Basic is rendered with more smoothness. The mid-bass on the Basic has extra quantity which presents the slam in a weighted manner but it lacks the pace of the Tequila 1. The midrange of the Tequila 1 has a higher standard of details retrieval with better transparency. The lower mids of the Basic has more quantity than the Tequila 1 which results in male vocals sounding denser. The upper mids of the Tequila 1 has a great forwardness which helps to express female vocals with more intimacy. There is extra crisp and definition for the Tequila 1. Next, the treble of the Tequila 1 extends greater with more magnitude. There is more air rendered on the Tequila 1. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, Tequila 1 expands naturally with more width magnitude and the amount of space rendered does not cause the depth to be too closed in.