Sound Analysis


The Honeydew has great sub-bass quantity and it is extended well. The sub-bass reproduction is capable of producing an impactful rumble. The bass decay has moderate speed and there is still an agile expression. The bass texture is rendered smoothly. The mid-bass has good quantity and the slam is delivered with a full punch. Each bass note is articulated with a robust hit.


The midrange on the Honeydew is imbued with a tinge of warmth and there is a lush expression. Vocals are laid-back and there is a relaxing presentation. The lower midrange has fair quantity and male vocals are expressed with nice body. The upper midrange has less emphasis and female vocals are presented with reduced prominence. There is a soothing and smooth vocals display.


The treble has moderate extension and there is a smooth presentation with no sibilance and harshness. The amount of air rendered is good and it provides an open feeling. The expression is controlled and it takes on an unoffensive approach which provides a fatigue-free listen.


The Honeydew has a natural soundstage expansion with good width and depth.

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