Thank you! I don’t know exactly what frequency range the e-stats cover, but they’re certainly tuned differently on the Trinity and the Elysium. Like I said, the Trinity is sharper and drier-sounding in the low-treble (where s sounds and tizz sounds are), while the Elysium retrieves the same - if not a higher - amount of detail whilst being silkier and wetter-sounding. Because of this, the Elysium has a lot more of that dynamic range, while the Trinity’s dry-ness (and the contrast between its low-mids and treble) can become a bit fatiguing and compressed-sounding after some time. I’d say that’s what puts the Elysium over the Trinity for me, while the Trinity’s appeal is in its thick, voluptuous bass response.