Anew X-One (Red Module) vs LZ A6 (LOUD On + Black Filter)
The X-One has more sub-bass quantity than the A6 and the extension on X-One is greater. The X-One provides a stronger rumble and there is higher level of authority. The bass decay on the A6 is slightly quicker with more agility. The bass texture rendered on the X-One is smoother. The A6 has slightly more mid-bass and the slam is expressed with more weight. There is a tighter presentation on the X-One. Each bass note on the X-One is articulated with a more robust hit. The midrange on the X-One has a cleaner presentation with higher transparency level. Vocals on the X-One are expressed with better focus and greater details retrieval albeit with slightly reduced forwardness. The lower midrange on the A6 has a little more body than the X-one and male vocals are thicker but with reduced definition. The upper midrange on the A6 has extra boost and female vocals are expressed in a more vivid manner. The X-One has a smoother and clearer midrange. For the treble section, the X-One has greater extension than the A6 and there is an airier feeling. The crisp on the X-One is more defined with extra sparkle. The treble expression on the X-One provides better articulation and there is a cleaner display. The X-One is able to provide a more open top end. Lastly, for the soundstage, the expansion on the X-One is more natural. The X-One has greater width magnitude. The depth on the A6 is more closed in.
Anew X-One (Red Module) vs FLC8N (Grey, Grey, Gold)
The X-One has more sub-bass quantity than the FLC8N and it boasts better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the X-One provides greater rumble. The bass texture on the X-One is rendered more smoothly than the FLC8N. The bass decay on the FLC8N is slightly quicker. The mid-bass on the X-One has extra body and the slam is being delivered with punch. There is a fuller presentation on the X-One. Each bass note on the X-One is articulated with higher level of authority and there is a more impactful hit. The midrange on the X-One has higher transparency level than the FLC8N and vocals are presented with better definition. The X-One has a more focused presentation and emotions are conveyed effectively. The lower midrange on the X-One has more body and male vocals are expressed smoother with clarity. The upper midrange on the FLC8N has greater emphasis and it helps to create a more forward female vocals display. The FLC8N exhibits higher engagement level. Next, the treble on the X-One boasts greater extension and there is higher level of details retrieval. The X-One has greater amount of air rendered than the FLC8N which contributes to a more open top end. The articulation on the X-One has higher precision level. There is a cleaner expression on the X-One. Lastly, the X-One has a natural expansion for its soundstage and it excels in the width. The depth of the FLC8N is more closed in.