Comparisons

ddHiFi Janus 2 vs ddHiFi Janus

The Janus 2 has more sub-bass quantity than the Janus and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the Janus 2 is able to provide an agile rumble. The bass decay on the Janus 2 is a touch quicker with higher level of agility. The bass texture is rendered more smoothly on the Janus 2. The mid-bass on the Janus has more body and there is a heavier feeling to the slam. Each bass note on the Janus 2 is articulated well with a robust and nimble hit. The midrange on the Janus 2 has higher transparency level and there is a cleaner vocals presentation. There is better vocals showing on the Janus 2. The lower midrange on the Janus has greater amount of body and male vocals are thicker sounding albeit with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the Janus 2 has extra emphasis and the forwardness contributes to a vibrant female vocals display. The Janus 2 has a more captivating midrange. Next, for the treble section, the Janus 2 has improved extension and there is an open presentation. The Janus 2 exhibits higher level of details retrieval. The crisp on the Janus 2 is well defined. There is greater amount of air rendered on the Janus 2. The Janus 2 is able to deliver more sparkle at the top end. Lastly, the Janus 2 expands more naturally and it has greater width magnitude. The depth on the Janus 2 is less closed in.

ddHiFi Janus 2 vs Moondrop KXXS

The KXXS has slightly more sub-bass quantity than the Janus 2 and there is greater extension. The sub-bass reproduction on the KXXS is able to present a stronger rumble. The bass decay on the KXXS is quicker and there is a more nimble presentation. The bass texture on the Janus 2 is rendered more smoothly. The mid-bass on the Janus 2 has more quantity and there is a fuller punch. There is a tighter presentation on the Janus 2. Each bass note on the Janus 2 is articulated with an impactul hit. The midrange on the Janus 2 is more engaging and it boasts higher level of presence. Vocals are belted out in a cleaner manner on the Janus 2. There is a more captivating listen on the Janus 2. The lower midrange on the KXXS has slightly more body than the Janus 2 but male vocals are presented with reduced clarity. The upper midrange on the Janus 2 is more forward and the extra emphasis provides a vivid female vocals presentation. In the treble section, the KXXS commands greater extension. The amount of air rendered is greater on the KXXS. The Janus 2 has more body and there is a smoother presentation. There is extra sparkle on the KXXS. Lastly for the soundstage, the Janus 2 has a more natural expansion. The Janus 2 has greater width while the KXXS has a touch more depth.

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