Comparisons

BQEYZ Spring 2 vs BQEYZ Spring 1

The Spring 1 has more sub-bass quantity than the Spring 2 and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Spring 1 provides a fuller rumble. The bass decay on the Spring 2 is quicker. The bass texture on the Spring 1 is rendered more smoothly. The mid-bass on the Spring 1 has more body than the Spring 2 and there is a thicker presentation. The Spring 2 has a tighter showing. Each bass note on the Spring 2 is articulated with a higher level of precision. The midrange on the Spring 2 has higher transparency level than the Spring 1 and there is a more detailed presentation. Vocals on the Spring 2 are present and forward. The lower midrange on the Spring 1 has more body than the body but male vocals are not as clear as the Spring 2. The upper midrange on the Spring 2 has greater emphasis and there is a more forward female vocals display. The Spring 2 is able to deliver a captivating midrange. In the treble section, there is greater extension on the Spring 2. The Spring 2 has an airier feeling with extra sparkle and defined crisp. The Spring 1 has more body and there is a denser listen. There is more precise articulation on the Spring 2. Lastly, for the soundstage, the Spring 2 expands more naturally with greater width magnitude. The Spring 2 has better depth.

BQEYZ Spring 2 vs Moondrop KXXS

The KXXS has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the Spring 2 and its sub-bass reproduction provides a stronger rumble. The bass decay on the KXXS is quicker and there is a more agile expression. The bass texture on the Spring 2 is rendered in a smoother manner. The mid-bass on the Spring 2 has slightly more body and the slam provides a fuller feeling. Each bass note on the Spring 2 is articulated with a robust hit. The midrange on the Spring 2 has a thicker presentation than the KXXS and vocals are expressed with lushness. The KXXS has higher transparency level. The lower midrange on the Spring 2 has greater body and male vocals are fuller sounding. The upper midrange on the KXXS is more forward and there is a more vivid female vocals presentation. The Spring 2 has a smoother midrange. For the treble, there is a touch more extension on the KXXS. The KXXS has a brighter presentation and the extra sparkle contributes to a vibrant top end. There is greater amount of air rendered on the KXXS. The Spring 2 is smoother with more body and there is a relaxing listen. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, the expansion on the Spring 2 is more natural with greater width magnitude. The depth on the Spring 2 is more closed in.

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