Comparisons

QDC Anole V3 II vs Noble Savant II

The Anole V3 II has more sub-bass quantity than the Savant II and it boasts greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Anole V3 II provides an impactful rumble. The mid-bass on the Anole V3 II has a touch more body and the slam provides a fuller feeling. The bass decay on the Anole V3 II is quicker and there is a more agile expression. The bass texture on the Anole V3 II is rendered in a smoother manner. Each bass note on the Anole V3 II is articulated well and there is a precise hit. The midrange of the Anole V3 II has higher transparency level than the Savant II The lower midrange of the Anole V3 II has slightly less body than the Savant II and male vocals are expressed cleanly albeit with reduced lushness. The upper midrange on the Anole V3 II is less forward than the Savant II but there is a clearer female vocals display. The Anole V3 II has higher level of details retrieval. Next, for the treble section, the Anole V3 II commands better extension and articulation. The crisp on the Anole V3 II is defined well. The Savant II has more body and it is less open sounding. The Anole V3 II has extra sparkle for a livelier top end. The amount of air rendered on the Anole V3 II is greater. The treble expression on the Anole V3 II is clean and detailed. Lastly, there is a more natural expansion on the Anole V3 II and it has greater width magnitude. The Anole V3 II is able to render more depth.

QDC Anole V3 II vs Earsonics ES3

The ES3 has more sub-bass quantity than the Anole V3 II and it commands a touch more extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Anole V3 II provides a stronger rumble and impact is brought out well. The mid-bass on the Anole V3 II has more body and the slam is presented with a tighter punch. The bass decay on the Anole V3 II is quicker and there is a more nimble expression. The bass texture on the Anole V3 II is rendered in a smoother manner. Each bass note on the Anole V3 II is articulated with a robust hit. The midrange on the Anole V3 II is more detailed than the ES3 and it has higher transparency level. Vocals on the Anole V3 II are less upfront and there is a leaner presentation. The lower midrange on the ES3 has more body and male vocals are presented smoothly with lushness. The upper midrange on the Anole V3 II is a touch more forward and there is a livelier female vocals display. The Anole V3 II presents a detailed midrange. For the treble section, the Anole V3 II commands better extension. The crisp on the Anole V3 II is well-defined and there is high level of details retrieval. The amount of air rendered is greater on the Anole V3 II. The Anole V3 II has extra sparkle. Treble articulation is more precise on the Anole V3 II. Lastly, in terms of soundstage, the Anole V3 II has a more natural expansion. There is greater width magnitude on the Anole V3 II and the depth on the Anole V3 II is less closed in.

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