Comparisons

Dunu SA6 vs Fearless S8Z

The SA6 has a touch more sub-bass quantity than the S8Z and the extension on the SA6 is greater. The sub-bass reproduction on the SA6 creates an agile rumble. The bass decay on the SA6 is quicker with agility. The bass texture is rendered smoothly on both. The mid-bass on the S8Z has more body and the slam is presented with greater punch. Each bass note on the SA6 is articulated with a cleaner hit. The midrange on the SA6 has higher transparency level and vocals are presented cleanly. The S8Z has slightly more body and there is a thicker presentation. The lower midrange on the SA6 has a leaner presentation and male vocals are clear sounding albeit with reduced lushness. The upper midrange on the SA6 is more forward and there is a vibrant female vocals display. The SA6 exhibits a more upfront midrange. Next, for the treble section, the S8Z has a touch more extension and there is a brighter presentation. The SA6 has a smoother and more controlled expression. The crisp on both is well defined with the S8Z having more sparkle. There is greater amount of air rendered on the SA6. Lastly, there is a natural expansion on both and the S8Z has greater width magnitude. The depth on the SA6 is less closed in.

Dunu SA6 vs Noble Savant 2

The SA6 has more sub-bass quantity than the Savant 2 and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the SA6 presents a quicker rumble. The bass decay on the SA6 is quicker and there is higher level of agility. The bass texture on the SA6 is rendered more smoothly. The mid-bass on the Savant 2 has more quantity and there is a heavier feeling. There is a tighter presentation on the SA6. Each bass note on the SA6 is articulated with a more clinical hit. The midrange on the SA6 is more detailed and it boasts higher transparency level. Vocals are belted out in a clearer manner on the SA6. There is greater engagement on the SA6. The lower midrange on the Savant 2 has slightly more body than the SA6 but male vocals are presented with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the SA6 is more forward and the extra emphasis provides a livelier female vocals presentation. In the treble section, the SA6 has greater extension. There is a crisp and detailed expression on the SA6. The amount of air rendered is greater on the SA6. The SA6 has good definition and precise articulation. There is extra sparkle on the SA6. Lastly for the soundstage, the SA6 has a more natural expansion. The SA6 has greater width and depth. The SA6 has a more spacious presentation.

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