Comparisons

TSMR-3 (Balanced) vs BGVP DM6

The TSMR-3 has more sub-bass quantity than the DM6 and the extension on the TSMR-3 is greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the TSMR-3 is more engaging and it is able to deliver an impactful performance. The rumble is expressed more naturally on the TSMR-3. The bass texture is rendered smoothly on both while the bass decay on the DM6 is quicker. The mid-bass on the DM6 has extra body and the delivery on the TSMR-3 is more agile. Each bass note on the TSMR-3 is articulated with greater impact and the punch contributes to a higher engagement level. The midrange on the TSMR-3 is more musical than the DM6 and there is extra richness. The transparency level is higher on the DM6. The lower mids on the TSMR-3 has more quantity and male vocals are expressed with lushness. The upper mids on the TSMR-3 has extra forwardness and female vocals are presented with higher intimacy level. The TSMR-3 excels in the midrange department with a stronger vocals performance. Next, in the treble section, the TSMR-3 has more extension than the DM6. The crisp on the DM6 is a little more defined with additional sparkle while TSMR-3 has a smoother presentation. The amount of air rendered on the TSMR-3 is greater. Lastly, for the soundstage, both expands in a natural manner. The width magnitude is greater on the DM6 and the depth on the TSMR-3 is greater.

TSMR-3 (Balanced) vs Magaosi X3

The TSMR-3 has more sub-bass quantity than the X3 and the TSMR-3 is able to command greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the TSMR-3 is more impactful and it is able provide extra punch which contributes to a higher engagement level. The mid-bass on the X3 has more quantity and the slam is expressed in a tighter manner on the TSMR-3. Bass decay on the TSMR-3 is quicker with more agility. Bass texture on the X3 is rendered more smoothly. Each bass note on the TSMR-3 is articulated with a stronger hit. The midrange of the TSMR-3 has higher transparency level than the X3 while the X3 takes on a lusher expression. The lower mids of the X3 has slightly more quantity than the TSMR-3 but male vocals have more presence on the TSMR-3. The upper mids on the TSMR-3 has additional forwardness and female vocals are expressed with higher intimacy level. The TSMR-3 has a more engaging vocals performance than the laid-back X3. Moving on to the treble section, the TSMR-3 has the better extension. It boasts more defined crisp and the articulation is of higher precision level. The amount of air rendered on the TSMR-3 is greater. There is extra sparkle on the TSMR-3. Lastly, there is natural expansion for both. The width on the TSMR-3 has greater magnitude while the X3 has a more closed in depth.

TSMR-3 (Balanced) vs Campfire Comet

The TSMR-3 has more sub-bass quantity than the Comet and it commands greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the TSMR-3 is able to provide a higher level of impact. Each bass note on the TSMR-3 is articulated with more authority. There is greater punch from the TSMR-3. The mid-bass on the Comet has more quantity and it creates a denser feeling. The bass decay on the TSMR-3 is quicker and bass texture on the TSMR-3 is rendered in a smoother manner. The midrange of the TSMR-3 is presented in a fuller manner than the Comet and it is able to provider a richer expression. The lower mids on the TSMR-3 has additional body and it is able to tackle male vocals more effectively. The upper mids on the TSMR-3 is more forward and female vocals shine with an intimate performance. The TSMR-3 excels in the vocals aspect. For the treble section, the Comet has better extension and the presentation is more energetic. The crisp is slightly more defined on the Comet.  There is no sibilance and harshness on both. The amount of air rendered is greater on the Comet. Treble expression on the TSMR-3 is smoother. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, the TSMR-3 expands more naturally. The width magnitude on the TSMR-3 is greater while the depth on the Comet is more closed in.

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