Comparisons

TFZ King III vs TFZ King II

The King III has more sub-bass quantity than the King II but the King II commands greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the King III provides a smoother and fuller rumble. The mid-bass on the King III has more body and there is a fuller slam expression. The bass decay on the King II is slightly quicker with agility and this contributes to a punchier presentation. The bass texture on the King III is rendered in a smoother manner. Each bass note on the King II is articulated in an incisive manner while the King III takes on a fuller approach. The midrange of the King III is more full-bodied than the King II and vocals are expressed in a smoother manner. There is a higher level of focus on the King III. The King II has a more energetic approach. The lower midrange on the King III is thicker than the King II but with reduced presence. The upper midrange on the King II has greater emphasis with forwardness and this boost provides a more livelier female vocals performance. For the treble section, the King II has greater extension but King III has a smoother presentation for a fatigue-free listen.. There is injection of sparkle on the King II to liven up the top end. The King II provides an airier feeling. The crisp on the King II is slightly more defined. In terms of soundstage, the King III expands more naturally. The King II has greater width magnitude. The depth of the King II is more closed in.

TFZ King III vs Kinera IDUN

The King III has more sub-bass quantity than the IDUN and the extension on the King III is greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the King III provides a natural rumble. The mid-bass on the IDUN is heavier than the King III. The King III has a punchier presentation with an impactful slam. The bass decay on the IDUN is slightly quicker. The bass texture on the King III is rendered in a smoother manner. Each bass note on the King III is articulated with a robust hit. The midrange on the King III is more musical than the IDUN while the IDUN has sharper definition. Vocals are expressed in an enjoyable manner on the King III with body. The lower midrange on the King III is fuller than the IDUN and male vocals are expressed in a thicker manner. Emotions are expressed more effectively on the King III. The upper midrange on the IDUN is more forward which elevates the intimacy level. There is a smoother female vocals presentation on the King III with slightly reduced presence. For the treble section, the IDUN has slightly better extension with greater amount of air rendered. The crisp on the IDUN is defined and there is additional sparkle. The treble expression on the King III has more body and it is smoother than the IDUN. Lastly, for the soundstage, the King III has a more natural expansion with greater width magnitude. The depth of the King III is more closed in.

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