Comparisons

Magaosi DT6 (ON + KE [High Resolution]) vs Magaosi K6

The K6 has more sub-bass quantity than the DT6 and the extension is slightly better. The sub-bass reproduction on the K6 produces a stronger rumble and impact is brought out well. The bass decay on the DT6 is quicker with a more nimble presentation. The bass texture is rendered on the K6 with additional smoothness. The K6 has more mid-bass quantity and the slam is expressed in a fuller feeling. The DT6 has a tighter punch. Each bass note on the DT6 is articulated in a more clinical manner and there is a higher level of precision. The midrange on the K6 is slightly warmer than the DT6 and vocals are expressed in a lusher approach. The DT6 exhibits a clean midrange with higher transparency level and details are presented well. There is better clarity on the DT6. The lower midrange on the K6 has greater amount of body and male vocals are expressed in a thicker manner with more presence. The upper midrange on the K6 is more forward but the female vocals are not as smoothly rendered on the DT6. There is a clearer vocals expression on the DT6 with a more laid-back approach. For the treble section, the DT6 has greater extension than the K6. There is a smoother and lighter expression on the DT6. The crisp on the DT6 has better definition with more sparkle. The DT6 is able to render an airier feeling at the top end. The treble on the DT6 is presented in a cleaner manner. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on both is natural while the DT6 has greater width magnitude. The depth on the K6 is more closed in.

Magaosi DT6 (ON + KE [High Resolution]) vs Earsonics ES3

The ES3 has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the DT6 but the DT6 has the edge in extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the DT6 is presented in a more nimble manner with a quicker rumble. The ES3 exhibits a heavier feeling here. The mid-bass on the ES3 is thicker than the DT6 and there is a tighter punch on the DT6. The bass decay on the DT6 is quicker while the bass texture on the ES3 is rendered a little smoother. Each bass note on the DT6 is articulated with a higher level of precision. There is a more clinical bass performance on the DT6. The midrange on the DT6 boasts higher transparency level and the vocals expression is more detailed. There is a lively and clean presentation on the DT6. The lower midrange on the ES3 has more body but male vocals are clearer on the DT6. The upper midrange on the DT6 has stronger emphasis and the forwardness allows female vocals to shine in an effortless manner. Vocals are well displayed on the DT6. For the treble section, the DT6 boasts greater extension and there is an airier feeling. The crisp on the DT6 is more defined. The DT6 has extra vibrance which elevates its engagement level. The treble on the DT6 is articulated well. The expression on both has similar smoothness. Lastly, for the soundstage, the DT6 expands more naturally with greater width magnitude. The DT6 showcases better depth. The overall presentation is more open on the DT6.

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