DB Monroe vs BGVP DMG
The DMG has more sub-bass quantity than the Monroe and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Monroe is more nimble. The DMG provides a stronger rumble. The bass texture is rendered more smoothly on the Monroe. The bass decay is quicker on the Monroe. Each bass note on the Monroe is articulated in a more incisive manner. The mid-bass on the DMG has additional body which presents the slam in a heavier manner while for the Monroe, there is more agility. The midrange on the Monroe is more lively and there is a higher transparency level. Vocals on the Monroe have greater definition and they are expressed clearly. The lower midrange on the DMG has greater quantity and male vocals are expressed in a thicker manner. The upper midrange on the Monroe has additional forwardness which elevates the intimacy of female vocals. For the treble section, the Monroe has better extension and there is a more vivid presentation. There is greater amount of air rendered on the Monroe. The Monroe has extra sparkle and crisp is more defined. There is a lighter feeling on the Monroe. Lastly, for the soundstage, the Monroe has greater width magnitude while the depth on the DMG is more closed in.
DB Monroe vs Kinera IDUN
The Monroe has more sub-bass quantity than the IDUN and the extension is a little better. The rumble on the Monroe has a higher engagement level and it is more natural. The bass decay on the IDUN is quicker while the bass texture is smoother on the Monroe. The mid-bass on the Monroe has slightly more quantity and the slam is fuller. The Monroe provides better punch. The midrange on the Monroe is expressed in a smoother manner than the IDUN and vocals are conveyed with emotions well. The IDUN has better definition and it has a brighter presentation. The lower midrange on the Monroe has more body and male vocals are presented in a lusher expression but with reduced presence. The upper midrange on the IDUN has additional forwardness which contributes to an engaging female vocals performance. For the treble section, the IDUN has more extension than the Monroe and it is able to render a greater amount of air. The expression on the Monroe is smoother and it ensures a fatigue-free listen. The crisp on the IDUN is more defined with sparkle. The IDUN has livelier presentation while the Monroe takes on a more relaxing approach. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on both is natural while the Monroe has greater width magnitude. The depth on the IDUN is less closed in.