Comparisons

Final E4000 vs Final E5000

The E5000 has more sub-bass quantity than the E4000 and it commands greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the E5000 is presented with more impactful rumble. The mid-bass on the E5000 has more quantity and the slam is presented in a fuller manner. The bass decay on the E4000 is quicker which contributes to a higher engagement level. The bass texture on the E5000 is rendered in a smoother manner. Each bass note on the E5000 is articulated with weight which contributes to a full-bodied performance while the E4000 takes on a clean and agile expression. The midrange on the E5000 is lusher than the E4000 with a tinge of warmth. There is more focus on the E5000 with a higher level of details retrieval. Vocals are expressed in a more energetic manner on the E4000. The lower midrange on the E5000 is thicker than the E4000 and male vocals are expressed with body  with reduced presence and clarity. The upper midrange on the E4000 is boosted with a more forward and livelier female vocals display. Next, for the treble section, the treble on the E5000 has greater extension with a smoother expression. There is more body on the E5000 with better definition. The crisp is more defined on the E5000. The sparkle on the E500 is enhanced slightly more. The E4000 has a slightly airier feeling than the E5000. Lastly, there is a natural soundstage expansion for both and the E5000 has greater width magnitude. The depth of the E5000 is slightly more closed in.

Final E4000 vs TFZ King Ltd

The E4000 has more sub-bass quantity than the King Ltd but the King Ltd has the edge in the extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the King Ltd takes on an incisive manner. The mid-bass on the E4000 is fuller and the slam is executed with a weighted feeling. The King Ltd has a punchier presentation. The bass decay on the King Ltd is quicker with agility but the bass texture is rendered smoother on the E4000. Each bass note on the King Ltd is articulated in a more clinical manner. The midrange on the King Ltd has higher transparency level and vocals are expressed with better definition. The E4000 takes on a lusher expression. The lower midrange on the E4000 has a fuller and smoother expression and male vocals are presented with less presence than the King Ltd. The upper midrange on the King Ltd has greater emphasis and female vocals are presented in a livelier manner. Next, in the treble section, the treble on the King Ltd boasts greater extension than the E4000 and there is a brighter presentation accompanied with more sparkle to inject liveliness at the top end. The crisp on the King Ltd is slightly more defined. There is an airier feeling on the King Ltd. Treble on the E4000 has a smoother expression which provides a relaxing listen. Lastly, there is natural soundstage expansion for both and the King Ltd has greater width magnitude. The depth of the E4000 is more closed in.

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