Sound Analysis


The Polaris II has great sub-bass quantity and it commands good extension. The sub-bass reproduction is able to provide a strong rumble. The bass decay is quick and it contributes to the overall agility. The bass texture is rendered smoothly. The mid-bass has ample quantity and the slam is delivered in a punchy manner. There is a tight presentation. Each bass note is articulated with an authoritative and impactful hit.


The midrange is not upfront and it has moderate transparency level. Vocals have less showing which allows other aspects to shine more. The lower midrange has fair body and male vocals are expressed with reduced presence. The upper midrange has greater boost and the emphasis contributes to a more vivid female vocals expression. The Polaris II has a smooth and clean midrange.


The treble is extended well with no sibilance and harshness. There is a controlled presentation with the right amount of energy. The amount of air rendered is good which allows an open top end. The crisp has good definition and the articulation has high precision level. There is an apt amount of sparkle just to brighten things up. The treble expression is nice and it is able to provide engagement.


The Polaris II demonstrates a natural stage expansion with fair width magnitude. The amount of depth rendered is great which creates an immersive experience.

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