There are many factors that determine the sound of earphones.
Drivers, housing materials, housing design, cables, and dozens of other elements all combine to create a single sound.
How much does changing the wood of the rear enclosure change the sound?
Changing the type of wood in the rear enclosure will only change the overall sound by 10-30%.
To explain this a little more clearly, let’s use a “color” analogy.
Let’s compare the sound of each model to a “color”.
For example, LOAK-S is blue, LOAK-T is green, and SARN II is red.
Let’s take LOAK-S as an example, which is compared to the color blue.
By changing the wood of LOAK-S, it can be navy, sky blue, or turquoise blue.
However, changing the LOAK-S wood does not change it to red or green.
But by changing the wood, it can become navy or sky blue.
Although the numerical change is only 10-30%, the brightness and intensity of the navy and sky blue colors make a big difference in the overall impression.