Comparisons

Radsone HE100 vs Meze 12 Classics

The 12 Classics has more sub-bass quantity than the HE100 and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the 12 Classics is stronger and impact is brought out well. The bass decay on the HE100 is quicker with extra agility. The bass texture on both is rendered with similar smoothness. The mid-bass on the 12 Classics has more body and the slam is expressed in a heavier manner. Each bass note on the 12 Classics is articulated with an authoritative hit. The midrange on the HE100 has higher transparency level and there is a cleaner expression. The vocals definition on the HE100 is better. The lower midrange on the 12 Classics has more body than the HE100 and male vocals are presented in a thicker manner but with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the HE100 is boosted well and the extra forwardness gives it the edge over the 12 Classics. In the treble section, the HE100 has better extension. There is an airier feeling on the HE100. The crisp is more defined on the HE100. The HE100 exhibits more sparkle and there is an open feeling. Lastly for the soundstage, there is natural expansion on both. The HE100 has greater width magnitude while the depth on HE100 is slightly more closed in. There is more spacious presentation on the HE100.

Radsone HE100 vs Advanced M4

The HE100 has more sub-bass quantity than the M4 and the HE100 boasts greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the HE100 is more impactful and the rumble is presented naturally. The bass decay on the M4 is slightly quicker while the bass texture is rendered more smoothly on the HE100. There is more mid-bass quantity on the HE100 with a fuller slam. Each bass note on the HE100 is presented with a good balance of weight and speed which contributes to a more engaging expression. The midrange on the HE100 is presented with more body and vocals are expressed with a higher level of musicality. The HE100 has a more natural midrange performance with emotions conveyed effectively. The M4 has a drier and hollow expression. The lower midrange on the HE100 has more quantity than the M4 and male vocals are bodied. The upper midrange on the HE100 is slightly more forward with female vocals being displayed in a smooth and effortless manner. Next, for the treble section, the M4 has slightly more extension but the HE100 is more competent with a smooth yet engaging treble presentation. The M4 is able to provide an airier feeling. The expression on HE100 has a higher level of control. Lastly, the HE100 has a more natural expansion but the M4 has slightly greater width magnitude. The depth on the HE100 is less closed in.

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