Tansio Mirai TSMR-2 (Balanced) vs CTM VS-2
The TSMR-2 has more sub-bass quantity than the VS-2 and it boasts greater extension. The rumble on the TSMR-2 is expressed in a more agile manner. The mid-bass of the VS-2 has more body than the TSMR-2 and the VS-2 presents its slam with a heavier feeling. There is a stronger punch from the VS-2. The expression on the TSMR-2 is more agile. The bass decay on the TSMR-2 is quicker and the extra agility aids in a higher engagement level. The bass texture is rendered more smoothly on the TSMR-2. Each bass note on the TSMR-2 is articulated with an impactful hit and there is better definition. The midrange on the VS-2 is warmer and the TSMR-2 has higher transparency level. Vocals on the TSMR-2 are belted out with better details retrieval and additional presence. The lower midrange on the VS-2 has slightly more body and male vocals are presented with reduced clarity. The upper midrange is more forward and there is a vivid yet controlled female vocals expression. The TSMR-2 excels in the midrange section with a superior display. Next, for the treble section, the TSMR-2 has greater extension and there is a leaner presentation. The VS-2 has extra body and there is a duller expression. The TSMR-2 boasts well-defined crisp and there is an airier feeling. The TSMR-2 has more sparkle which injects liveliness at the top end. The TSMR-2 has a more energetic presentation with higher level of details retrieval. Lastly, the soundstage expansion on the TSMR-2 is more natural. The width on the TSMR-2 is greater. The TSMR-2 has less closed in depth. There is a more spacious presentation on the TSMR-2.
Tansio Mirai TSMR-2 (Balanced) vs BGVP DM6 (Silver-Plated Copper Cable)
The TSMR-2 has more sub-bass quantity than the DM6 and it commands better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the TSMR-2 provides a swift and impactful rumble. There is a tighter presentation on the TSMR-2. The bass decay on the TSMR-2 is quicker and there is a higher engagement level. The bass texture rendered on the DM6 is rendered slightly smoother. The mid-bass of the DM6 has more body than the TSMR-2 and there is a heavier slam. Each bass note on the TSMR-2 is articulated with a clinical hit. The midrange on the TSMR-2 is livelier than the DM6 with a higher transparency level. Vocals rendered on the TSMR-2 are more present and there is better definition. The lower midrange on the DM6 has slightly more body but male vocals are expressed in a clearer manner on the TSMR-2. The upper midrange on the TSMR-2 has greater emphasis with the extra boost resulting in a forward and engaging female vocals display. The midrange clarity and forwardness of the TSMR-2 give it the edge over the DM6. Next, for the treble section, the TSMR-2 has a more energetic presentation with better extension. The vividness creates a strong engaging listen without any sibilance or harshness. There is greater amount of air rendered on the TSMR-2. The DM6 has more body and there is a subdued expression in comparison. The TSMR-2 boasts extra sparkle for an emphatic top end. Lastly, the TSMR-2 has a more natural soundstage expansion. The DM6 has slightly greater width magnitude. The depth on DM6 is more closed in. The TSMR-2 has a more open presentation.