Simphonio D2+ vs Sunrise SW-D2
The D2 has more sub-bass quantity while the D2+is able to display greater extension. There is additional warmth on the D2. The sub-bass reproduction on the D2+ has a higher engagement level. Each bass note on the D2+ is articulated with extra precision. The mid-bass on the D2 has more quantity and it is able to deliver a weighted slam. The D2+ expresses its slam in an agile manner. The bass decay on the D2+ is quicker while bass texture on the D2 is smoother. The midrange of the D2 is presented in a lusher manner than the D2+. The D2+ has better details retrieval and boasts a higher transparency level. The lower mids on the D2 is able to tackle male vocals effectively with its additional body. The upper mids on the D2+ is more forward and there is extra crisp. It has the ability to create an intimate female vocals performance. The D2+ has more liveliness. For the treble section, the D2+ has better extension and it showcases a higher level of details retrieval. There is crisp and sparkle on both is slightly lacking. Treble articulation on the D2+ is more accurate. There is no sibilance and harshness. In terms of soundstage, there is a natural expansion for both. The width magnitude on the D2+ is greater. The depth on the D2 is more closed in.
Simphonio D2+ vs Astrotec Lyra Collection (32 ohm)
The Lyra Collection has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the D2+ and the extension on the D2+ is greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the D2+ is more engaging and it is able to deliver an impactful performance. The additional punch helps to give a kick. The mid-bass on the Lyra Collection has slightly more quantity and the slam is less agile than the D2+. Each bass note on the D2+ is articulated with accuracy and there is a clean hit. Bass decay on the D2+ is a little quicker and the extra agility helps to elevate the overall engagement. Bass texture on the Lyra Collection is smoother. The midrange on the Lyra Collection is smoother than the D2+ while the D2+ boasts higher transparency level. The details retrieval on the D2+ is better. The lower mids of the Lyra Collection has more body than the D2+ and it sounds fuller. Male vocals are better expressed on the Lyra Collection. The upper mids on the D2+ is more forward and the boost elevates the intimacy level of female vocals. There is a stronger engagement. For the treble section, the D2+ has greater extension and crisp is more apparent on the D2+. The D2+ is more detailed. The amount of air rendered on the D2+ is greater. Lastly, both expands naturally while the width on the D2+ has greater magnitude. The D2+ has a more closed in depth.