Comparisons

Rose North Forest vs Alpha & Delta D3

The D3 has more sub-bass quantity than the North Forest and there is better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the D3 is fuller and the rumble is greater. Each bass note on the D3 is articulated with a stronger hit. The mid-bass on the D3 has more quantity and the slam is expressed in a heavier manner. The bass decay on the North Forest has the edge with extra agility. Bass texture on the D3 is rendered smoothly. The midrange on the North Forest has higher transparency level with a lighter expression. There is better definition on the North Forest. Vocals are expressed more clearly on the North Forest. The lower midrange on the D3 has more body than the North Forest and male vocals are presented with lushness. The upper midrange on the North Forest is boosted and the extra emphasis gives a more intimate female vocals presentation. In the treble section, the North Forest has better extension. The amount of air rendered is greater on the North Forest. The crisp is more defined on the North Forest. There is lack of sparkle on both. Lastly for the soundstage, there is natural expansion on both. The North Forest has greater width magnitude while the depth on D3 is more closed in.

Rose North Forest vs Lypertek Mevi

The Mevi has more sub-bass quantity than the North Forest and the extension on the Mevi is slightly greater. The bass decay on the Mevi is quicker with agility while the bass texture is rendered smoothly on the North Forest. Each bass note on the Mevi is presented with more strength and there is greater impact. The mid-bass on the Mevi is fuller and it contributes to a denser feeling. The midrange on the North Forest is expressed with greater intimacy and vocals are expressed with a higher level of details retrieval. Vocals on the North Forest is presented in a smoother manner with emotions conveyed well. The lower midrange on the Mevi has slightly more quantity than the North Forest and male vocals are more bodied. The upper midrange on the North Forest is more forward and female vocals are expressed with greater definition. Next, for the treble section, North Forest has more extension and it takes on a more smoother presentation. The North Forest is able to provide an airier feeling. The expression on North Forest is more open. Lastly, the North Forest has a more natural expansion and it has greater width magnitude. The depth on the Mevi is more closed in.

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