Sound Analysis (All Switches Off)


The Anole V3 II has good sub-bass quantity with nice extension. The sub-bass reproduction delivers a tight rumble and impact is brought out well. The bass decay is on the quicker side of things and there is an agile presentation. The bass texture is rendered smoothly. The mid-bass has fair body and the slam is delivered with fullness. There is a punchy presentation. Each bass note is articulated well with precision.


The midrange of the Anole V3 II is imbued with a tinge of warmth. Vocals are belted out clearly and there is good transparency level. The lower midrange has moderate quantity and male vocals are presented in a leaner manner but with good clarity. The upper midrange has moderate forwardness and female vocals are engaging albeit not as upfront. There is a detailed midrange.


The treble is extended well with precise articulation. There are no signs of sibilance and harshness. The amount of air rendered is good and there is an airy feeling. The crisp has moderate definition. The sparkle is little and there is reduced energy at the top end. The treble expression is controlled and smooth which contributes to a fatigue-free listen.


The Anole V3 II has a natural soundstage expansion. The width magnitude is good and the depth is able to render an apt amount of space.


There are 2 switches for lows and highs which provides a total of 4 different sound signatures.

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