TFZ King II vs TFZ Exclusive King
The King II has less sub-bass quantity than the Exclusive King and the extension on the King II is slightly greater. The sub-bass reproduction is stronger on the Exclusive King. The mid-bass on the Exclusive King has additional body which contributes to a heavier slam and it is less agile than the King II. The bass texture on the King II is rendered with additional smoothness. The bass decay is quicker on the King II and the agility elevates the engagement level. Each bass note on the King II is articulated in an incisive manner. The midrange on the King II has higher transparency level than the Exclusive King. There is better definition on the King II with details. The lower mids on the Exclusive King has more quantity and it is thicker sounding. The upper mids on the King II is boosted which provides a more intimate female vocals listen. For the treble section, the King II has better extension and the amount of air rendered is greater. Treble articulation on the King II is more precise. The treble on the King II boasts well-defined crisp with added sparkle. In terms of soundstage, the expansion on both is rather natural but the King II has a greater width magnitude. The depth on the Exclusive King is more closed in.
TFZ King II vs Oriveti Basic
The King II has less sub-bass quantity than the Basic but the extension on the King II is slightly more. The sub-bass reproduction on the Basic is fuller. The mid-bass on the Basic has more quantity than the King II and it gives a dense slam. The bass texture on the King II is rendered smoothly. The bass decay on the King II is quicker with agility. Each bass note on the King II is articulated in a more clinical manner. The midrange on the King II is clearer than the Basic and the transparency level is higher. The King II excels in the definition and vocals are expressed with details. The lower mids on the Basic has more body but there is additional presence of male vocals on the King II. The upper mids on the King II is more forward and female vocals are sweeter to listen to. Next, in the treble department, the King II has more extension than the Basic while the Basic has extra body. The amount of air rendered on the King II is greater. The Basic takes on a smoother approach. The King II has well-defined crisp and more sparkle. For the soundstage, both expands naturally and the King II has greater width. The depth on the King II is less closed in.