Xduoo X3II vs Xduoo X3
The X3II has more sub-bass quantity than the X3 and it is able to extend greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the X3II is tighter and there is impact. The mid-bass on the X3 is heavier and the slam is delivered with a dense feeling. The X3II is able to bring out extra punch. The bass texture on the X3II has additional smoothness and bass decay on the X3II is quicker with more agility. Each bass note on the X3II is articulated in a more incisive manner. The midrange on the X3II is better clarity and there is a higher transparency level. The lower midrange on the X3II has more body than the X3 and male vocals are presented in a lusher manner. The upper midrange on the X3II is more forward and there is a fuller female vocals listen. The vocals reproduction on the X3II has a more detailed showing. The treble on the X3II has better extension and the crisp on the X3II is more defined than the X3. The X3II is able to render a greater amount of air. The X3II has a higher level of finesse and the treble expression is more controlled than the X3. In terms of soundstage, the X3II expands in a more natural manner and it boasts greater width magnitude. The depth on the X3II is less closed in.
Xduoo X3II vs Shanling M0
The X3II has more sub-bass quantity than the M0 and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the X3II is precise and engaging. The mid-bass on the X3II has slightly more quantity and the slam is expressed in a more punchy manner than the M0. The bass decay on the X3II is quicker and the additional agility allows the X3II to tackle pacey tracks. The bass texture on the X3II is smoother. Each bass note on the X3II is articulated with precision and the X3II has a more clinical presentation. The midrange of the X3II has better finesse and it is expressed in a controlled manner. The X3II has more body which benefits the vocals reproduction. The musicality level is higher on the X3II. The lower midrange on the X3II has more body than the M0 with male vocals being expressed in a thicker manner. The upper midrange on the M0 is slightly more boosted but the X3II has the edge with a smoother female vocals performance. For the treble, the M0 has a brighter presentation but it lacks the smoothness of the X3II. The X3II is able to extend greater and there is an airier feeling on the X3II. There is better finesse on the X3II and it provides a fatigue-free listen. Lastly, for the soundstage, there is a natural expansion for both but the width on the X3II has greater magnitude. The M0 has a more closed in depth.