The King III has good sub-bass quantity and it is extended nicely. The sub-bass reproduction provides a smooth yet impactful rumble. The bass decay has an effective speed to contribute to the overall agility. The bass texture is rendered in a smooth manner. The mid-bass has moderate quantity and it does not create a dense feeling. The slam is delivered in a punchy manner without being too offensive. Each bass note is articulated with a smooth and controlled hit.
The midrange takes on a smooth and clear manner. It has moderate transparency level and vocals are expressed in a more laid-back manner. The lower midrange has moderate quantity and male vocals are expressed well in a neither thick nor thin manner. The upper midrange has a little boost and it contributes to a more present female vocals display but still with lower intimacy level. The vocals reproduction is soothing and smooth with emotions conveyed well. There is an enjoyable listen.
The treble is extended moderately with no sibilance and harshness. There is a smooth presentation with a touch of sparkle to liven the top end. The amount of air rendered is modest. The crisp has fair definition and the articulation has moderate precision. The expression is relaxing and there is a fatigue-free listen. The treble is controlled and provides a comfortable listen.
There is natural expansion in its stage. The width magnitude is moderate and the depth is good with an effective amount of space rendered.
The King III vs TFZ no. 3 (non ti) what is different sound and which is value for money?
The No.3 is definitely more energetic sounding than the King III. The King III has a smoother presentation. The No.3 has better value. Cheers!
How it is compared to King Pro?
The King III has a smoother and lusher sound. Cheers!
The King III vs Zero Bass Zb-03 what is different sound and which
is value for basshead ?
Hi, I have not tried the Zero Bass Zb-03. What is your budget? Cheers!
How it is compared to King LTD ??
King III is darker. Cheers.