Obravo Cupid vs Sennheiser IE 80 S (Bass Level 1)
The Cupid has more sub-bass quantity than the IE 80 S and it boasts greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Cupid provides extra rumble. The mid-bass on the Cupid has slightly more body than the IE 80 S and the slam is expressed in a fuller manner. The bass decay on the IE 80 S is slightly quicker. The bass texture on the Cupid is rendered more smoothly. Each bass note on the Cupid is articulated with a robust hit. The midrange on the IE 80 S takes on a lusher manner. Vocals on the Cupid are expressed with higher engagement level. There is better transparency on the Cupid. The lower midrange on the IE 80 S has more quantity and male vocals are presented with a thicker expression. The upper midrange on the Cupid is more forward and the boost results in a more vivid female vocals display. The Cupid exhibits an energetic midrange. For the treble section, the Cupid has slightly better extension. The articulation on the Cupid is of higher precision level. The IE 80 S has a smoother presentation with no sibilance and harshness which contributes to a fatigue-free listen. The Cupid has a more open top end with greater amount of air rendered. The crisp has greater definition on the Cupid. The extra sparkle on the Cupid helps to inject more energy. Lastly, for the soundstage, the IE 80 S expands more naturally with greater width magnitude. The Cupid is able to render better depth.
Obravo Cupid vs Tin HiFi P1
The Cupid has greater sub-bass quantity as the P1 and the sub-bass reproduction is able to provide a more impactful rumble. There is a fuller expression on the Cupid. The bass decay on the P1 is slightly quicker and there is a more nimble presentation. The bass texture on the Cupid is rendered in a smoother manner. The mid-bass on the Cupid is presented with more body and the slam is delivered with extra punch. Each bass note on the Cupid is articulated with a higher level of authority. The midrange on the Cupid has higher transparency level than the P1 and there is better clarity. The Cupid has a more detailed presentation. Vocals on the Cupid are more forward. The lower midrange on the Cupid has slightly more body than the P1 and male vocals are presented with more presence. The upper midrange on the Cupid has extra boost and the greater emphasis provides a livelier female vocals presentation. The Cupid has a more energetic midrange. For the treble, the P1 has slightly greater extension and there is a leaner presentation. The P1 has more sparkle than the Cupid. The Cupid has more body and it has a better balance. The treble expression on the Cupid is controlled and engaging. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, the Cupid has a more natural expansion. The width magnitude on the Cupid is greater and the depth on the Cupid is less closed in.