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DUNU DN-23 Landmine. Headphones earphones Reviews

bowei006

Good unit for price, sound and quality

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Pros: Balanced Sound, bassy, but detailed

Cons: Harsh upper mid, and weight issues

Introduction: Dunu by Top-Sound is famous for offering well made and accessorized earphones to IEM's to the market. They are popular on Head-Fi and around the world. With earphone offerings from a wide range of features and prices, many can usually find one that fits their needs. Today we have the new Dunu DN 23 Landmine to review. It is one of the upper echelon's of Dunu products to come out in recent times. It looks a lot like their other earphones and uses many build qualities of their siblings, but make no mistake. For this IEM is about to set off a landmine of its own. I wish to thank Rocky for sending me this review sample.    Read the full review...
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mark2410

DUNU DN-23 Landmine Quick Review

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Pros: Bass, bass and bass. Sweet and delicate highs.

Cons: See Pro’s. Its sound sig is highly flavoured.

DUNU DN-23 Landmine Quick Review   Full Review at http://www.head-fi.org/t/676274/dunu-dn-23-landmine-review   Thanks to DUNU for the sample.   Brief:  An awe inspiring bass cannon.   Price:  US$85 or €79 (£68)   Specification:  Type HQ (10mm), Sound pressure level 120+-2dB, Impedance 16 ohms, Frequency response 16 Hz - 22 KHz, Noise Attenuation 26dB, Weight 28g, Plug Size 3.5mm Gold-plated, Cord Length 1.2 m   Accessories:  Everything.  A hard case, a soft baggy, a bunch of tips, 6.25 to 3.5 mm jack, aircraft adapter, shirt clip, and of course the greatly useful built in cable tie.  ...
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ostewart

Smooth and enjoyable

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Pros: Build quality, Sound Quality

Cons: A little heavy

Review: Dunu DN-23 Landmine   First off I would like to thank Dunu, they have supported me from the beginning and I'm always pleased to review new products of theirs, I have had quite a few of their models. I will write as honest a review possible, and these have had over 50hrs of burn-in but no differences were noted.   Gear Used: IPod Classic 160gb (rockboxed) > DN-23 (sony hybrid M tips)     Specs: Driver: 10mm HQ dynamic transducer  Frequency Response: 16Hz~22kHz Sensitivity: 120 +/- 2dB (1kHz / Vrms) Impedance: 16 ohm Weight: 28g Cable: 1.2m Plug: 3.5mm stereo, gold plated. Noise Attenuation: -26dB MSRP: US$80 ...
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Armaegis

decent sound, decent price

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Pros: lots of accessories, solid build

Cons: heavy

Points of Reference home: modded Hifiman HE-6, custom Beyer COP w/T50rp drivers portable: VSonic GR07, Nuforce NE-770, modded Sennheiser Amperior, modded Pioneer HDJ-2000     Accessories   The Landmine comes with a generous array of accessories. Included are the usual adapters for 6.5mm and airline use, a shirt clip, *two* carrying cases (one hard, one soft), and a whopping ten pairs of tips to fit a wide assortment of ears. All the tips share the same silicon texture, and come in varying sizes and stiffnesses, and one set of double flanges. I was hoping there would be a foam one in there, but alas no.   There's also a card to write down when you...
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TrollDragon

DUNU Landmine DN-23 Review

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Pros: Solid value for the $85 MSRP, Generous accessories, Outstanding DUNU build quality, Nice cable with minimal memory effects.

Cons: Metal construction might be too heavy for some, Cable is quite microphonic, No foam tips included.

DUNU Landmine DN-23 Review by TrollDragon   This is my third review for the Chinese IEM manufacturer DUNU, in this review I will be looking at the Landmine DN-23 in-ear monitor.   DUNU provides aesthetically pleasing packaging which is consistent across their complete product line. The packaging consists of an outer sleeve that has a picture of the Landmine DN-23’s on a totally black background. When the sleeve is removed, the box underneath, complete with side flap and magnetic catch, opens to reveal the DN-23’s in a very pleasing manner with the hard storage box below.   The Box Contents:   The Landmine DN-23 IEM’s Rigid EVA...
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TheGame21x

Here Comes the Boom

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Pros: Smooth, easygoing sound signature, No sibilance, Great accessories, Solid build

Cons: Bass lacks more control than I'd like, Might be too light on the treble for some,

Introduction First, I’d like to thank the folks at DUNU for selecting me to review the DN-23 Landmine IEMs.   DUNU is no stranger to me, as I’ve reviewed quite a few of their products in the past. Now, I have DUNU’s latest release, the DN-23 Landmine. At $80, it slots in below DUNU’s DN-19 Tai-Chi flagship and above the also recently released DN-22 Detonator. So, does the Landmine measure up or is it a dud? Read on to find out.   Accessories: 10 pairs of silicone eartips (Sony Hybrid clones, standard spherical and one pair of biflanges), a shirt clip, Airline adapter, 1/4” adapter, cable winder (connected to the cable), soft drawstring leather pouch and square...
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mechgamer123

Great IEM for the price

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Pros: Punchy bass, lots of accessories

Cons: Lacks high frequency extension

First off, I'd like to thank Rocky for the chance to review the Dunu DN-23! I received this set as a free review sample I get to keep. My equipment I'll be used is my Project H Amp/DAC consisting of a custom Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC and an Objective 2 amp with Burr Brown OPA2134 opamp. My last.fm profile can detail the music I generally listen to: http://www.last.fm/user/mechgamer123 It consists of classic rock, indie rock, modern rock, classical, anime OSTs and music, Jpop, and some electronic thrown in the mix.   I'll start off by talking about the packaging and build quality of the DN-23s. Pictures speak a thousand words, so here are a few thousand words: The...
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pro1137

Bass that will send you to heaven and back

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Pros: Build quality, sound overall, bass quality and quantity, included accessories

Cons: Cable seems prone to memory effects, strain reliefs could be a bit longer, heavy- leads to less comfort

First, a big thanks to Rocky (rockywu0204 on Head-Fi) at DUNU for the review sample! This is the DUNU DN-23 Landmine in-ear headphone. It's an incredible headphone.Preferred tips - Stock narrow nozzle tips, Shure Orange foam, Monster Supertips FoamAccessories - Hard case, Soft pouch, 3 sets of single flange tips in 3 sizes (Narrow nozzle, wide nozzle, and hybrid styles), 1 pair of bi-flange tips, 1/4' adapter, airplane adapter, shirt clip.Packaging - DUNU uses similar packaging for all of its IEMs. If you're familiar with it, then this should be of no surprise. The outer box is a simple package. The image of the DN-23 is embossed slightly outward. On the back shows some information about...
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