Sound Analysis

Lows

The Craft 6 has good sub-bass quantity and there is excellent extension. The sub-bass reproduction is expressed with an impactful rumble. The bass decay is quick and there is an agile presentation. The bass texture is rendered smoothly. The mid-bass has fair body and the slam is delivered well with a nice punch. Each bass note is articulated with definition and there is a clinical display.

Mids

The midrange of the Craft 6 has high transparency level and it commands top details retrieval. The expression is on the leaner side of things. Vocals are belted out with excellent clarity. The lower midrange has moderate quantity and male vocals are presented clearly albeit with reduced lushness. The upper midrange has great forwardness which contributes to a upfront and lively female vocals display. There is an alluring and detailed vocals performance.

Highs

The treble has fantastic extension and there is a high level of details retrieval. The crisp has excellent definition and articulation is very precise. The amount of air rendered is good and there is an open feeling. There is nice sparkle which contributes to a vibrant expression. The treble expression is lively and clean.

Soundstage

The Craft 6 has a natural soundstage expansion. The width magnitude is good and the depth rendered is great.

Rhapsodio OCC MK2 Cable

Craft Ears offers an optional upgrade cable by Rhapsodio to pair with the Craft 6 for 145 Euros.

The cable is made of copper and it has 4 core braided design with 2 pins 0.78mm connectors. On the connectors, there are L & R markings on the left and right side respectively. There is the Rhapsodio logo on each connector. The cable has a formed ear-hook without memory wire that is enclosed in a transparent heat shrink tube. The chin slider is silver in colour. The y-splitter sports black carbon fibre design. The jack is 3.5mm rhodium plated straight with strain relief. The housing of the jack sports black carbon fibre design, Rhapsodio logo and a screw.

There is greater sub-bass extension. The rumble is natural and there is a more weighted feeling. There is a punchier presentation and impact is brought out well. Each bass note is articulated with higher level of intent. The midrange has more body and vocals are belted out in lusher manner. Emotions are conveyed very well. There is a captivating display. The treble has more body which contributes to a smoother expression. The sparkle is controlled. There is an enveloping soundstage.

The Rhapsodio OCC MK2 cable pairs exceptionally well with the Craft 6.

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