Comparisons

HiBy R6 Pro vs HiBy R6

The R6 Pro has more sub-bass quantity than the R6 and it boasts better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the R6 Pro is fuller with a higher level of satisfaction.  Rumble on the R6 Pro is expressed with additional naturalness. The bass texture is rendered more smoothly on the R6 Pro. Bass decay on the R6 Pro is slightly quicker and the agility contributes to a higher engagement level. The mid-bass on the R6 has more body and the slam is not as agile as the R6 Pro. Each bass note on the R6 Pro is expressed in a more robust manner. There is a tighter presentation on the R6 Pro. The midrange on the R6 Pro is fuller and vocals are delivered in a satisfying manner. The lower midrange is slightly thicker on the R6 Pro which belts out a fuller expression of male vocals. The upper midrange has additional forwardness on the R6 Pro and there is a higher intimacy level of female vocals. For the treble section, the extension is quite similar. The R6 Pro boasts better control and it is much smoother in its treble presentation with extra body. There is additional sparkle on the R6 for the liveliness. The amount of air rendered on the R6 is slightly more. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on the R6 Pro is more natural. The R6 has greater width while the depth on the R6 Pro offers more space than the R6.

HiBy R6 Pro vs iBasso DX150 + AMP8

The R6 Pro has more sub-bass quantity and the extension is greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the R6 Pro has a higher engagement level and impact is brought out well. Each bass note on the R6 Pro is articulated with more authority. The mid-bass on the DX150 + AMP8 has more quantity and the slam is fuller. The R6 Pro expresses its slam in an incisive manner and there is greater punch. The bass decay on the R6 Pro is quicker which contributes to the overall pace while the bass texture on the DX150 + AMP8 is rendered in a smoother approach. The midrange of the DX150 + AMP8 is presented in a more laid-back manner than the R6 Pro. The R6 Pro has slightly better details retrieval. The lower midrange on the DX150 + AMP8 has more quantity and male vocals are expressed with lushness. The upper midrange on the R6 Pro is accentuated with extra boost and there is a stronger female vocals performance. The R6 Pro has more liveliness while the DX150 + AMP8 provides a soothing listen. For the treble section, the R6 Pro demonstrates slightly greater extension and there is sharper definition. There is additional crisp and sparkle on the R6 Pro. Treble expression on the DX150 + AMP8  is smoother. In terms of soundstage, there is a natural expansion for both. The width magnitude on the DX150 + AMP8 is greater. The depth on the R6 Pro is more closed in.

HiBy R6 Pro vs Sony NW-WM1A

The R6 Pro has more sub-bass quantity and it commands greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the R6 Pro takes on a fuller approach and it is able to bring out more impact. Each bass note on the R6 Pro is articulated with additional punch. The bass decay on the R6 Pro is quicker which contributes to the overall pace. Bass texture on the R6 Pro is rendered with slightly extra smoothness. The mid-bass on the NW-WM1A has slightly more body which helps to express the slam in fuller manner but it is less agile than the R6 Pro. The midrange on the R6 Pro is clearer and there is more body. Vocals on the R6 Pro are expressed with higher definition. The lower midrange on the NW-WM1A has slightly extra body than the R6 Pro and male vocals are expressed well but with reduced presence. The upper midrange on the R6 Pro is more forward and female vocals are presented with a higher intimacy level. In the treble section, the extension on NW-WM1A is slightly better than the R6 Pro while the R6 Pro has more body. There is a smoother presentation on the R6 Pro. The amount of air rendered on the NW-WM1A is greater. Treble presentation on the R6 Pro is more controlled with a soothing listen. Lastly, for the soundstage, the R6 Pro expands naturally but the NW-WM1A has the slight edge for the width. The depth on R6 Pro is more closed in.

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