- Mar 28, 2017
I definitely haven't burned in the Szalayi for quite enough time to be able to give a truly definitive answer to that question but, from my current perspective, they are very different. The Szalayi is definitely not tamer, with less energy, that's for sure. At least not in the bass.Great thanks, one more question how does Szalayi sound different than XE6, and everything else you have? XE6 particularly since I have that IEM already. Helpful info on EVO.
I was expecting tamer less energy everywhere for Szalayi compared to XE6.
What sets the Szalayi apart from others in my collection is that all three frequency ranges are clearly set apart from each other. The Bass driver unmistakably pushes air like a DD, the mids have that full, clean precision of a Planar and the treble is unquestionably BA, extending nicely (without sibilance), but perhaps not as much as Electrostats or Piezos might. I know that sounds like a recipe for incohesion, but somehow it creates something unique and magical. (I suspect that, as they burn in, the bass will calm down a little and will only increase the overall cohesion of the signature).