Thanks you the track mention music. Going back and forth between the 3, in direct comparison, the JVC's sound as though you're in a closed room, while with the Atrio's, the signature isn't as warm as the JVC's, and my ears find it easier to appreciate each distinct note. The Sony's offer better imaging, coupled with the much wider stage (than the Atrio's) and a pleasant out of head feel, albeit the overall presentation is lighter than the Atrio's. The Atrio's powerful rumble can be felt throughout the entire spectrum, and is the reason why each note carries with it greater body than the Sony's, making the Sony's, in comparison, overall lighter sounding (strictly comparitively speaking of course). Confispect and I went between tracks since I too happen to currently own each, and it was quite obvious to me why the Atrio's appealed to him as the realest sounding of the 3. Of the 3, the reverb and feel off of each snare or symbal (or any instrument for that matter) is best 'felt' with the Atrio's, owing to their overall powerful/impactful presentation. While the same instruments don't go any less noticed with the Sony's, they don't carry the same 'feel' the Atrio's do, though they both manage to impress in their own right, and the Sony's out of head presentation alone makes me set aside the Atrio's, more often than not.
Wow I love this crap this is what makes me set the Sony's aside damm.
Anyhow those tracks are phenomenal.
Guitar: Atrio > Sony - No contest.
Treble Atrio > Sony.
Drums Atrio > Sony
Snares Atrio = Sony - It's a toss-up on this song the snares on the Sony shines but I prefer the Atrio this is again rare the Sony either sounds good with snare's or bad it depends on song.
I definitely prefer the Atrio's now my pronouncement is what can customs bring I am seriously curious. Kunlun please appear.
Edited by Confispect - 7/12/11 at 12:38pm