TFZ T2 Galaxy vs TFZ Series 2
The T2 Galaxy has more sub-bass quantity than the Series 2 and the extension on the T2 Galaxy is slightly greater. The sub-bass reproduction is fuller on the T2 Galaxy and it boasts greater impact. The mid-bass on the T2 Galaxy has extra body and the slam has a fuller expression. Bass texture is rendered smoother on the T2 Galaxy while the bass decay is quicker on the Series 2. Each bass note is articulated with more authority on the T2 Galaxy. The midrange on the T2 Galaxy is fuller and it packs more details. The Series 2 takes on a leaner approach. The lower mids on the T2 Galaxy has additional body which contributes to a thicker male vocals expression. The upper mids on the T2 Galaxy has a little more forwardness and female vocals are expressed with higher intimacy level. Moving on to the treble section, the T2 Galaxy has greater extension and it is able to render more air. The treble on the T2 Galaxy has a more detailed presentation. The crisp on the T2 Galaxy is more defined and it boasts extra sparkle. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on both is natural and the width magnitude on the T2 Galaxy is greater. The depth on the T2 Galaxy is less closed in.
TFZ T2 Galaxy vs Shozy Hibiki MK2
The T2 Galaxy has more sub-bass quantity than the Hibiki MK2 and there is greater extension on the Hibiki MK2. The sub-bass reproduction from T2 Galaxy is fuller and it is able to provide a stronger impact which creates a captivating bass performance. Bass texture on the Hibiki MK2 is smoother. Bass decay on the T2 Galaxy is quicker with more agility. The mid-bass on the Hibiki MK2 has additional body and the slam is expressed with a more weighted feeling. Each bass note on the T2 Galaxy is articulated with stronger hit. The midrange on the T2 Galaxy is livelier than the Hibiki MK2. The lower mids of the Hibiki MK2 has slightly more quantity than the T2 Galaxy but the male vocals on the T2 Galaxy are expressed with additional presence. The upper mids on the T2 Galaxy is more forward and female vocals are expressed with higher intimacy level. Moving on to the treble section, the T2 Galaxy has greater extension and the crisp is more defined. The amount of air rendered on the T2 Galaxy is greater. Treble presentation on the Hibiki MK2 takes on a smoother approach. Lastly, there is a natural expansion for both and the width on the T2 Galaxy has greater magnitude. The depth of Hibiki MK2 is more closed in.