Comparisons

Dunu Titan 6 vs TFZ King III

The Titan 6 has more sub-bass quantity than the King III and the extension on the Titan 6 is slightly greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the Titan 6 provides a fuller low end. The bass decay on the King III is quicker with agility. The bass texture is rendered smoothly on the Titan 6. The mid-bass on the Titan 6 has more body and the slam is presented with a weighted feeling. Each bass note on the Titan 6 is articulated with a robust hit and there is greater impact. The midrange on the Titan 6 is expressed with richness and there is higher intimacy level. Vocals on the Titan 6 are bodied and lush which contributes to a soothing listen. There is a leaner presentation on the King III. The lower midrange on the Titan 6 has slightly more quantity than the King III and male vocals are more bodied but with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the Titan 6 is more forward and female vocals are expressed in a sweeter manner. Next, for the treble section, the King III has greater extension and there is an airier feeling. The crisp on the King III is more defined. The Titan 6 takes on a smoother presentation which contributes to a fatigue-free listen. Lastly, there is a natural expansion on both and the King III has greater width magnitude. The depth on the Titan 6 is less closed in.

Dunu Titan 6 vs Final E4000

The Titan 6 has more sub-bass quantity than the E4000 and it commands greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Titan 6 is fuller and the rumble provides greater impact. The bass decay on the Titan 6 is quicker and it has the edge with extra agility. The bass texture on the Titan 6 is rendered more smoothly. The mid-bass on the E4000 has slightly more quantity and the slam is expressed with more impact. Each bass note on the Titan 6 is articulated with an authoritative hit. The midrange on the Titan 6 has higher transparency level and there is better details retrieval. Vocals are expressed more clearly on the Titan 6 and emotions are conveyed effectively. The lower midrange on the E4000 has slightly more body than the Titan 6 but male vocals are presented with less clarity. The upper midrange on the Titan 6 has additional forwardness and the extra emphasis gives a more intimate female vocals presentation. In the treble section, the Titan 6 has better extension. There is a more controlled and smoother presentation on the Titan 6. The amount of air rendered is slightly greater on the Titan 6. The Titan 6 has more defined crisp. There is extra sparkle on the Titan 6. Lastly for the soundstage, there is natural expansion on both. The Titan 6 has greater width magnitude while the depth on E4000 is more closed in.

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