Comparisons

Tansio Mirai TSMR-5 (Balanced) vs Tansio Mirai TSMR-4 Pro (Balanced)

The TSMR-4 Pro has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the TSMR-5 and the extension on the TSMR-5 is greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the TSMR-5 provides an impactful rumble. The mid-bass on the TSMR-4 Pro has more body than the TSMR-5 and the slam is presented with a weighted feeling. The bass decay on the TSMR-5 is quicker and it boasts higher level of agility. The bass texture on the TSMR-5 is rendered in a slightly smoother manner. Each bass note on the TSMR -5 is articulated with a clinical hit. The midrange on the TSMR-5 has higher transparency level than the TSMR-4 Pro and vocals are expressed with greater definition. The TSMR-5 has better clarity which gives it the edge over the TSMR-4 Pro. The lower midrange on the TSMR-4 Pro has slightly more body than the TSMR-5 but male vocals on the TSMR-5 are expressed in a clearer manner. The upper midrange on the TMSR-5 has greater emphasis and the additional forwardness creates a livelier female vocals display. The TSMR-5 has a more present and detailed midrange. For the treble section, the TSMR-5 has greater extension and there is a more precise articulation. There is an airier feeling at the top end. The crisp on the TSMR-5 has better definition with extra sparkle for a more vivid display. The treble expression on the TSMR-4 Pro has more body and it is not as open as the TSMR-5. Lastly, for the soundstage, the TSMR-5 has a more natural expansion with greater width magnitude. The depth of the TSMR-4 Pro is more closed in.

Tansio Mirai TSMR-5 (Balanced) vs Noble Sage

The Sage has more sub-bass quantity than the TSMR-5 and there is similar extension on both. The sub-bass reproduction on the TSMR-5 presents a swifter rumble. The bass decay on the TSMR-5 is quicker with more agility and it contributes to the overall engagement level. The bass texture rendered on the Sage has extra smoothness. The Sage has a thicker mid-bass and the slam is expressed in a less punchy manner than the TSMR-5. The TSMR-5 has greater definition. Each bass note on the TSMR-5 is articulated with better precision and impact. The midrange on the Sage is expressed in a laid-back and smooth manner. The TSMR-5 has higher transparency level with an engaging and clearer presentation. The lower midrange on the Sage has more body and male vocals are presented in a lusher expression but with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the TSMR-5 has additional forwardness and it creates a more energetic female vocals performance. The TSMR-5 has a sublime midrange with high level of details retrieval and there is a vivid vocals display. For the treble section, the TSMR-5 commands greater extension than the Sage. Treble articulation on the TSMR-5 is more precise. The Sage has slightly smoother presentation. There is greater amount of air rendered on the TSMR-5. The TSMR-5 has more defined crisp and the extra sparkle injects energy at the top end. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on both is natural and the TSMR-5 excels with greater width magnitude. The depth of the Sage is more closed in.

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