Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong
Okay, I read your review. Nice read!
I might have skipped over it, but what are your thoughts on the soundstage? People really don't seem to the same conclusion there. I really like myself a big soundstage :| (Big in an IEM way)
You are more of an expert on the Tzar 350 and what not now that you have read my review.
I am NOT even joking. I don't remember my own reviews after I finish them. This is why I generalize a bit when people ask me about my old reviews. And half the time, I actually go back and READ my own dayum reviews LOLOLOLOL. //....sad
4ai vs 350:
The 4ai have more imaging and soundstage and the mid and vocal instrument seperation is much better than the 350's. Instruments are more sharp on the 350 however due to a upper mid spike. The 350's are more instrumental based while the 4.Ai are more balanced in vocal and mid instruments. The highs are also more contained and smooth on the 4.Ai. The lows are much better and pronounced on the 4.Ai, they go slightly lower, but the quantity of it on the 4.Ai is what really puts it out there past the 350. The 350 is more suited for less bassy and more instrumental genre's while the 4ai is more balanced.
Is all I could found from my review.