Comparisons

Dunu SA3 vs Magaosi X3

The X3 has more sub-bass quantity than the SA3 and the extension on the X3 is slightly greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the SA3 provides a more nimble presentation. The bass decay on the SA3 is quicker with agility. The bass texture is rendered a little more smoothly on the X3. The mid-bass on the X3 has more body and the slam is presented with a heavier feeling. Each bass note on the SA3 is articulated with precision and there is a clinical hit. The midrange on the SA3 has better transparency level and there is higher level of details retrieval. Vocals on the SA3 are belted out with more energy. The lower midrange on the X3 has slightly more quantity than the SA3 and male vocals are lusher albeit with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on SA3 has greater emphasis and female vocals are expressed in a livelier manner. The SA3 has a more vivid and engaging midrange. Next, for the treble section, the SA3 has greater extension and the articulation is more precise. The crisp on the SA3 has better definition. There is a greater amount of air rendered on the SA3. The SA3 presents higher engagement level with more sparkle. Lastly, the SA3 has a more natural expansion and it has greater width magnitude. The depth on the X3 is less closed in.

Dunu SA3 vs Shozy & Neo CP

The CP has more sub-bass quantity than the SA3 and it commands slightly greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the CP provides a stronger rumble. The mid-bass on the CP has more body than the SA3 and the slam presents a denser display. The bass decay on the SA3 is quicker and there is a more agile expression. The bass texture on both is rendered with similar smoothness. Each bass note on the SA3 is articulated with a lighter and defined hit. The midrange on the SA3 is more transparent than the CP and there is a clearer vocals display. The CP has a lusher presentation. The lower midrange on the CP has more body and male vocals are presented in a thicker manner but with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the SA3 has a greater emphasis and female vocals have a vibrant display. The SA3 has a cleaner expression with more forwardness. For the treble section, the extension on SA3 is better with a higher level of details retrieval. The CP has more body and the presentation is not as lively. The SA3 has well-defined crisp and there is more open top end with an airier feeling. The CP has a little more sparkle. Lastly, for the soundstage, the SA3 expands more naturally with greater width magnitude. The depth on the SA3 is slightly more closed in.

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