Comparisons

NF NM2+ vs Moondrop KXXS

The KXXS has more sub-bass quantity than the NM2+ and the NM2+ commands better extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the NM2+ provides a defined rumble. The mid-bass on the KXXS has more body than the NM2+ and the slam is expressed with a weighted feeling. There is a tighter presentation on the NM2+. The bass decay on the NM2+ is quicker and there is greater agility. The bass texture on the NM2+ is rendered more smoothly. Each bass note on the NM2+ is articulated with precision and there is a clinical showing. The midrange on the NM2+ has higher transparency level and there is a cleaner presentation. Vocals on the NM2+ are rendered more clearly. The lower midrange on the KXXS has more body and male vocals are presented in a thicker manner albeit with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the NM2+ has greater emphasis and the additional forwardness contributes to a vivid female vocals display. There is a more engaging midrange on the NM2+. For the treble section, the NM2+ commands greater extension and better articulation. The NM2+ has more defined crisp with extra sparkle. There is an airier feeling on the NM2+. The brighter presentation on the NM2+ provides a vivid top end. Lastly, for the soundstage, the NM2+ expands more naturally with greater width magnitude. The KXXS has a little more depth. There is a more holographic presentation on the NM2+.

NF NM2+ vs Meze Rai Solo

The Rai Solo has more sub-bass quantity than the NM2+ and there is better extension on the NM2+. The sub-bass reproduction on the Rai Solo provides a fuller rumble. The mid-bass on the Rai Solo has a touch more body than the NM2+ and the slam is more dense. There is a tighter presentation on the NM2+. The bass decay on the NM2+ is quicker and there is a more agile expression. The bass texture on the NM2+ is rendered more smoothly. Each bass note on the NM2+ is articulated with definition and precision. The midrange on the NM2+ is presented with higher transparency level and vocals are belted out more clearly. The lower midrange on the Rai Solo has a little more body which results in a lusher expression but the NM2+ delivers male vocals with more clarity. The upper midrange on the NM2+ is more forward and the extra boost contributes to a more upfront female vocals presentation. The NM2+ delivers an exciting midrange. For the treble section, the NM2+ is more extended than the Rai Solo and there is higher level of details retrieval. The amount of air rendered on the NM2+ is greater. The crisp on the NM2+ has better definition and there is additional sparkle which creates a more engaging listen. Lastly, for the soundstage, the NM2+ has a more natural expansion with greater width magnitude. The Rai Solo has more closed in depth. The NM2+ provides a spacious feeling.

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