ISN D10 vs Final E5000
The D10 has more sub-bass quantity than the E5000 and the D10 extends better. The sub-bass reproduction on the D10 provides a fuller rumble. The mid-bass on the E5000 is thicker than the D10 and the slam is delivered with a heavier feeling. There is a more agile presentation on the D10. The bass decay on the D10 is quicker and it elevates the engagement level. The bass texture on the D10 is rendered more smoothly. Each bass note on the D10 is articulated with greater impact. The midrange on the D10 has better details retrieval and vocals are presented more clearly. The D10 presents higher transparency level. The E5000 has a lusher vocals expression. The lower midrange on the E5000 has more quantity than the D10 and male vocals are expressed in a thicker manner but with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the D10 has greater emphasis and there is a more vivid female vocals display. For the treble section, the D10 commands better extension and there is more precise articulation. There is greater amount of air rendered on the D10 which presents a more open feeling. The crisp on the D10 is well-defined. There is additional sparkle on the D10. The treble expression on the D10 is brighter and more exciting. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on the D10 is more natural with greater width. The depth of the E5000 is less closed in.
ISN D10 vs Tanchjim Oxygen
The D10 has more sub-bass quantity than the Oxygen and the extension is better on the D10. The sub-bass reproduction on the D10 has better agility and it delivers a more impactful rumble. The mid-bass on the Oxygen has slightly more body and the slam is presented with a thicker feeling. There is a tighter and punchier presentation on the D10. The bass decay on the D10 is quicker. The bass texture on both is rendered smoothly. Each bass note on the D10 is articulated with a higher level of authority. The midrange on the D10 is presented with lushness and vocals are more bodied than the Oxygen. The Oxygen has a leaner presentation with more energy. The lower midrange on the D10 has more body which creates a thicker and smoother male vocals expression. The upper midrange on the D10 has greater emphasis and the additional forwardness contributes to a more intimate female vocals display. There is a more organic midrange on the D10. Next, the treble on the Oxygen has slightly more extension. The D10 has more body than the Oxygen and the presentation is smoother. There is a more energetic showing on the Oxygen. The D10 is slightly darker at the top end and it contributes to a more relaxing listen. There is a little more air rendered on the Oxygen. The sparkle on the Oxygen is more apparent. Lastly, the D10 has a more natural expansion in its soundstage with greater width. The depth of the D10 is slightly more closed in.