HiFi BOY OE8 vs Campfire Andromeda
The Andromeda has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the OE8 and the OE8 boasts greater extension. There is a fuller sub-bass reproduction on the Andromeda. The bass texture on the Andromeda is rendered with additional smoothness. Bass decay on the OE8 is quicker than the Andromeda and gives rise to a higher engagement. The mid-bass quantity on the Andromeda has greater body and it gives the slam a weighted expression. Each bass note on the OE8 is articulated with extra strength and packs more impact. The midrange on the Andromeda is fuller than the OE8 and the OE8 takes on a leaner approach with slightly higher transparency level. The lower mids on the Andromeda has more body and male vocals are tackled better with lushness. The upper mids on the Andromeda has slightly more forwardness and female vocals benefit with a higher intimacy level. Next, in the treble department, the extension on both is quite similar and the OE8 is able to render a greater amount of air. There is no sibilance and harshness. The crisp on the OE8 is more defined. There is additional sparkle on the OE8. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, there is a natural expansion on both. The width magnitude is greater on the OE8 while the depth of the Andromeda is more closed in.
HiFi BOY OE8 vs Eternal Melody EM-6
The EM-6 has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the EM-6 and the extension on the OE8 is greater. The sub-bass reproduction is more punchy on the OE8 and contributes to a higher engagement level. The mid-bass on the EM-6 has additional amount and the slam is presented with extra body. Each bass note on the OE8 is expressed with authority and there is strong impact. Bass texture is smoother on the EM-6 while the bass decay is quicker on the OE8. The midrange on the OE8 takes on a leaner approach and it has higher transparency level. There is greater liveliness on the OE8. The lower mids on the EM-6 has more body which aids in male vocals to sound thicker. The upper mids on the OE8 has additional forwardness and there is a more intimate female vocals expression. Moving on to the treble section, the OE8 has more extension and there is a greater amount of air rendered. The treble on the EM-6 has extra body and it is expressed in a smoother manner. Treble presentation on the OE8 is energetic with precise articulation. The crisp on the OE8 is more defined and it brings sparkle for extra excitement. For the soundstage, the expansion on both is rather natural and the OE8 has a greater width magnitude. Depth on the EM-6 is more closed in.