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For a long time I have not plugged in my iphone 4s headphone jack with my iem's. When I did this morning in the office for curiosity, it sounded muddy, very light  bass and 2d sound stage (no depth). It's very laidback too. I remember the ip4s didn't sound bad back then when I bought it.

 

It reminds me just how far I have come thru.

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This is very brief impressions. I normally prefer to spend much more time with a pair of earphones before forming a more solid thought. At initial impressions, the Donguri seems more "tonally balanced" than the Sui to my ears. To me the Sui does seem more on the darkish side (or maybe dark isn't the right word?). The Donguri extends the upper mids and trebles nicely. Soundstage of the Donguri is also quite wide for a pair of small IEMs. If there's any nitpicking it probably doesn't have the resolution I'm accustomed to and the weight for me make it a little difficult to walk around with - but sitting down listening is naturally fine. Of the Ocharaku range, I think the Donguri may top my list.

Donguri is better than Kaede?

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My portable rig
iPod Nano 7th Gen
RSA the shadow
ALO green line mini to mini
Sennheiser IE800 IEM
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My portable rig
iPod Nano 7th Gen
RSA the shadow
ALO green line mini to mini
Sennheiser IE800 IEM

 

That's a new one! How's the sound?

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1. Sound more tight
2. Soundstage wider
3. Pocket friendly
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Momentum and FiiO X3. :)

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The dog is for sale but not the 1st gen shuffles.

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I have a first gen shuffle that I got 9 years ago or so biggrin.gif
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The dog is for sale but not the 1st gen shuffles.

wow! I hope those are enough to hold all your files xD

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My portable rig
iPod Nano 7th Gen
RSA the shadow
ALO green line mini to mini
Sennheiser IE800 IEM

Love the Green line IC's size compared to the rest of the rig :tongue_smile: That rig would also look nice with one of those Headstage super-low-profile IC's!

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Love the Green line IC's size compared to the rest of the rig tongue_smile.gif  That rig would also look nice with one of those Headstage super-low-profile IC's!

Frankly that green line on this rig kinda reminded me of the old Nintendo classic game, Zelda; a small man with big sword ... LOL!
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Frankly that green line on this rig kinda reminded me of the old Nintendo classic game, Zelda; a small man with big sword ... LOL!

Can not be unseen!

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1. Sound more tight
2. Soundstage wider
3. Pocket friendly

Did you try LOD in your combo? Any major differences? 
BTW great photo:P

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Phone snap of what's keeping me awake at the office today :smile:

DX50 -> DIY silver IC w. shortened Neutriks -> Ibasso PB2 -> DIY Heir Magnus cable w. shortened Hirose & angled Westone connectors. 

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Phone snap of what's keeping me awake at the office today smile.gif
DX50 -> DIY silver IC w. shortened Neutriks -> Ibasso PB2 -> DIY Heir Magnus cable w. shortened Hirose & angled Westone connectors. 
I dig that color!
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