BGVP DM6 vs Brainwavz B400

The DM6 has more sub-bass quantity than the B400 and the extension is better. The sub-bass reproduction on the DM6 is able to produce more impact which adds punch to the overall sound. Bass texture on both is rendered smoothly. The bass decay on the DM6 is significantly quicker and the extra agility creates a speedy performance. The mid-bass on the DM6 has slightly more quantity than the B400 and the slam is greater. Each bass note on the DM6 is articulated with a stronger hit and there is more definition. The rumble is more natural on the DM6. Bass reproduction on the DM6 provides a higher engagement level. The midrange on the DM6 has more energy than the B400 and it boasts better details retrieval. The lower mids on the DM6 has similar quantity as the B400 and male vocals are expressed fairly. The upper mids on the DM6 is more forward than the B400 and female vocals are presented with a higher intimacy level. The treble on the DM6 extends better and takes on a brighter approach. There is greater amount of air rendered on the DM6 and sparkle is present. Crisp on the DM6 is more apparent. Lastly, both expands quite naturally. The DM6 has greater width magnitude than the B400 with a more closed in depth.

BGVP DM6 vs Magaosi X3

The DM6 has more sub-bass quantity than the X3 and it is able to extend greater with more depth. The sub-bass reproduction on the DM6 has better engagement than the X3. The bass decay on the DM6 is quicker and the agility helps to elevate the overall speed. The bass texture on the X3 is rendered with additional smoothness. The mid-bass on the X3 has extra quantity which presents the slam in a weighted manner but it lacks the agility of the DM6. The midrange of the DM6 has better transparency with a higher standard of details retrieval. It is presented in a leaner approach. The lower mids of the X3 has more quantity than the DM6 which results in male vocals sounding thicker. The upper mids of the DM6 has less forwardness than the X3. The DM6 demonstrates additional crisp and definition. Next, the treble of the DM6 extends greater with more width magnitude. There is more air rendered on the DM6. The presentation on the X3 is smoother but lacks the sparkle on the DM6. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, X3 expands naturally while the DM6 has greater width magnitude. The depth on the X3 is more closed in.


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