Harman Target with an Improved Bass Version
Customized for Audiophiles Seeking a Deeper Bass
Traditional earphone products often exhibit a drop of around 6-7dB in the frequency range of 40- 300Hz, and some earphone products marketed as Hi-Fi may even have a dip as low as 4- 5 dB. (Why do so-called Hi-Fi earphone products have less drop in the low frequencies? This is done to create a false sense of perception for users. By reducing the low frequencies, they aim to make the mid and high frequencies seem better, claiming it's for low distortion. In reality, this is all deception, as they can't technically enhance only the 100Hz frequency range without affecting other ranges.) This meager drop in low frequencies is like reducing the explosion of a nuclear bomb to the sound of a firecracker.
In contrast, KZ Castor boasts a drop of over 10dB in the 40Hz-300Hz range. Using the acoustic theory that 6dB represents a doubling, KZ Castor's performance in the low-frequency range has decisively outperformed traditional headphones in data.