Tanchjim Oxygen vs Moondrop Kanas Pro
The Oxygen has more sub-bass quantity than the Kanas Pro and there is better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Oxygen provides a stronger rumble. The bass decay on the Oxygen is quicker and the extra agility gives it the edge. The bass texture on the Oxygen is rendered with additional smoothness. The mid-bass on the Oxygen is delivered in a punchy manner with a tighter slam. Each bass note on the Oxygen is articulated with strength and the impact is brought out well. The bass response on the Kanas Pro is softer than the Oxygen with a less full expression. The midrange of the Oxygen is smoother and full-bodied. The lower midrange on the Oxygen has more quantity than the Kanas Pro which results in male vocals sounding thicker with additional presence. The upper midrange of the Oxygen is slightly more forward and female vocals are expressed in an intimate manner. Emotions are conveyed well and vocals benefit. Next, the treble extension is quite similar. The presentation on the Oxygen is more engaging. The Oxygen has greater amount of air with a more defined crisp. The sparkle injected on the Oxygen contributes to the overall liveliness. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, both expands naturally. The Oxygen has greater width magnitude. The depth on the Kanas Pro is more closed in.
Tanchjim Oxygen vs Dunu Falcon-C
The Falcon-C has more sub-bass quantity than the Oxygen and the extension on the Falcon-C is greater. The mid-bass on the Oxygen has slightly more body than the Falcon-C and the slam is expressed in a less agile manner. There is more punch from the Falcon-C. The bass decay on the Falcon-C is quicker with nimbleness and the bass texture on the Oxygen is rendered with extra smoothness. Each bass note on the Falcon-C is articulated with a stronger hit. The Falcon-C is able to deliver an authoritative bass performance while the Oxygen takes on a more gentle approach. The midrange of the Oxygen is more full-bodied than the Falcon-C and vocals are expressed with lushness. The lower midrange on the Oxygen has more quantity than the Falcon-C and male vocals are expressed in a smoother expression. The upper midrange on the Falcon-C has additional forwardness which contributes to an energetic presentation for female vocals but they sound more aggressive than Oxygen. For the treble section, there is similar extension on both. The treble expression on the Oxygen is smoother. The amount of air rendered on the Oxygen is greater and the sparkle is controlled. Lastly, for the soundstage, the Oxygen has a more natural expansion with greater width magnitude. The Falcon-C has a more closed in depth.
Tanchjim Oxygen vs Oriveti New Primacy
The New Primacy has more sub-bass quantity than the Oxygen and there is better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the New Primacy provides strong rumble. The bass decay is quicker on the Oxygen with agility while the bass texture on both is rendered rather smoothly. The mid-bass of the New Primacy has more quantity than the Oxygen and the slam is expressed with a weighted feeling compromising on the agility. Each bass note on the Oxygen is articulated with nimbleness while on the New Primacy, there is a fuller and impactful hit. The midrange on the Oxygen boasts higher transparency level with cleanliness and details are expressed with ease. The lower midrange on the New Primacy has greater quantity and male vocals sound full with additional presence but the Oxygen is able to provide a smoother performance. The upper midrange on the New Primacy has slightly more forwardness and it elevates the intimacy level. The Oxygen provides a lighter and relaxing listen. In the treble section, the Oxygen has better extension with more precise articulation. The crisp on the Oxygen is more defined with extra sparkle. The Oxygen provides an airier feeling. There is additional treble body on the New Primacy. The lighter and livelier expression on the Oxygen is more engaging. For the soundstage, the Oxygen expands more naturally. The Oxygen has greater width magnitude and better depth.