Comparisons

Earsonics Velvet V2 vs Earsonics ES3

The ES3 has more sub-bass quantity than the Velvet V2 and the sub-bass reproduction takes on a fuller approach. The bass texture on the ES3 has nice smoothness which is enhanced by the body. The Velvet 2 thrives with a quicker bass decay and its agility improves the overall engagement. The mid-bass on the ES3 has more body and it gives a weighted feeling to its slam. There is greater punch from the Velvet V2. Each bass note on the Velvet V2 is articulated with more precision and there is a clean hit. The bass reproduction on both has a good control. The midrange on the Velvet V2 has slightly greater transparency. The lower mids on the ES3 has more body which results in moderate thickness to improve male vocals. The upper mids on the Velvet V2 has slightly more forwardness and it is presented cleaner. Female vocals are expressed in an intimate manner. The treble on the Velvet V2 extends better with a higher level of definition. It is capable of rendering a greater amount of air which helps to minimize congestion. The Velvet V2 presents extra crisp and sparkle. Lastly, both expands in a natural manner and the width on the Velvet 2 is greater. The ES3’s depth is more closed in.

Earsonics Velvet V2 vs Custom Art FIBAE 3

The Velvet V2 has less sub-bass quantity than the FIBAE 3 and the sub-bass reproduction on the FIBAE 3 has a greater impact. The depth is presented well. The FIBAE 3 takes on a more controlled manner than the Velvet 2. The bass texture on the FIBAE 3 is rendered with additional smoothness while the bass decay on the Velvet V2 is quicker with agility. The mid-bass on the Velvet V2 has extra quantity and the slam is slightly more impactful. Each bass note on the Velvet V2 is articulated with a stronger hit. The midrange on the both has a good balance without sounding too dense. Congestion is minimal. The lower mids on the FIBAE 3 has more body than the Velvet V2 and the thicker approach enhances male vocals reproduction. The upper mids on the Velvet 2 is boosted and the additional forwardness creates a more intimate female vocals performance. The treble on both has great extension with the Velvet V2 displaying more crisp and sparkle. On the other hand, the FIBAE 3 expresses its treble in a smoother manner with great finesse. The amount of air rendered on both is similar. Lastly, the FIBAE 3 expands more naturally and the soundstage of the Velvet V2 has similar width as the FIBAE 3. The depth on both is quite similar.

Earsonics Velvet V2 vs Acoustune HS1503 AL

The Velvet V2 has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the HS1503 AL but its extension is less. The sub-bass reproduction on the Velvet V2 is fuller. Bass texture on the Velvet V2 is rendered with smoothness while bass decay on the HS1503 AL has more pace with agility. The mid-bass on both has similar body and the slam on the HS1503 AL is delivered with a stronger hit. Each bass note on the HS1503 AL is articulated with a clean hit. The midrange on the Velvet V2 has better details retrieval. The lower mids on the Velvet V2 has good body and male vocals benefit from it which results in a thicker sound. The upper mids on the HS1503 AL is more forward and it displays female vocals in a lively manner. There is extra crisp. The treble on the HS1503 AL is brighter. The amount of air rendered is greater on the HS1503 AL. Lastly, for the soundstage, the Velvet V2 has a more natural expansion while the width magnitude is slightly greater on the HS1503 AL. The Velvet V2 has the better depth.

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