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Perth - Singapore flight is 5 hours

Perth - Shanghai flight is 8.5 hours

...and I think if I am not mistaken, Singapore - Shanghai flight is about 3-4 hours?

 

Now why would you want to do that? it is very comfortable as it is.

 

If you must reshell it, I don't think it's going to be a problem, as there are a number of triple hybrid CIEM out there, even five-drivers hybrid CIEM (UM Merlin and Rooth LSX5)

 

Actually, a lot of Head-Fiers have had trouble reshelling dynamics in the past due to the fact that the rear needs air flow.  Not saying it can't be done, but it generally hasn't been done. 

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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post
 

 

Actually, a lot of Head-Fiers have had trouble reshelling dynamics in the past due to the fact that the rear needs air flow.  Not saying it can't be done, but it generally hasn't been done. 

 

Interesting...I would've assumed that UM won't have any problem straight of the bat, as they have the 3X triple hybrid, Merlin, and 3DD

post #1098 of 1536
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Originally Posted by jrwong28 View Post


In singapore we can buy locally at a shop name Toy Outpost and he live in singapore too smily_headphones1.gif With warranty as well please see my post on top by lend me ur ears

In Singapore E1 sells them too. And since E1 is an audio studio you can audition the DN1K and compare them to many other iems.

post #1099 of 1536
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Originally Posted by cls View Post
 

Hi folks

I have a question and looked around here in this thread but couldn't find anything about my specific question: is the DN-1000 suitable for a Custom IEM reshell or should I stick to TripleFi 10 (i still have to buy them)

 

Or will a balanced armature never work in a CIEM?

 

You mean custom tips? Exactly yesterday I left my dunus and ear impressions to be picked by CustomArt aka piotrusg from this forum. Will report once I get the tips. Better isolation may further improve the bass. Will see..

post #1100 of 1536
So I think I'm going to sell my DN-1000, I think everyone knows how highly I rate them but it simply cannot keep up with the new T-Peos H-300, the T-Peos is much clearer, cleaner sounding, has the upper hand in soundstage. Maybe I'll put the money towards DN-2000. I will say though the 2000 may have its work cut out for it keeping up with H -300. Should be an Interesting shoot out regardless which I'll do my best to make happen sometime down the road.
post #1101 of 1536
The h-300 makes me want to cancel the order of the dunu dn1000, Can I cancel an order after it is sent ?
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How is the bass of the h-300 vs the dn-1k?

post #1103 of 1536
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Originally Posted by Saoshyant View Post
 

How is the bass of the h-300 vs the dn-1k?

h20 said h300 bass is tighter, cleaner, and has more texture, iirc.

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Its way too hard some days to make up my mind on what I want to get.  I finally get around to making up my mind, and something new is coming out, so that's shot to hell.  At least I always have options.

post #1105 of 1536

Options:

 

1.  Destroy your computer

2. Keep computer, but use parental control to block head-fi

3. Go big - Roxanne, K10, SE846 etc.

4. All of the above


Edited by rdavid - 3/15/14 at 2:12pm
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Or Option 5:  Pick something and run screaming away from Head-Fi for like a year to keep a semblance of sanity :p

 

As it is, I'm getting more of a headache choosing a new DAP between Fiio X3, iBasso dx50, and Hifiman HM-700.  They each have their own strengths, and I'm being annoying indecisive.


Edited by Saoshyant - 3/15/14 at 2:21pm
post #1107 of 1536
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How is the bass of the h-300 vs the dn-1k?

Pretty much as been mentioned. The low end on H-300 does a better job staying away from the mid range, has better clarity, texture, detail. It's simply faster so has better control. It's not just the bass though, H-300 sounds very clear and refined. It simply connects me closer with my music.
post #1108 of 1536
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

So I think I'm going to sell my DN-1000, I think everyone knows how highly I rate them but it simply cannot keep up with the new T-Peos H-300, the T-Peos is much clearer, cleaner sounding, has the upper hand in soundstage. Maybe I'll put the money towards DN-2000. I will say though the 2000 may have its work cut out for it keeping up with H -300. Should be an Interesting shoot out regardless which I'll do my best to make happen sometime down the road.

 

No, you don't really want to, ignore the little voice in your head...

post #1109 of 1536
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post

No, you don't really want to, ignore the little voice in your head...

People have been telling me that long before I joined head-fi. ;-)


As for selling my Dunu, I'm still deciding, they have made me very happy I know that much.
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Good to know there is something potentially "better" than the Dunu 'cuz they sure are a satisfying IEM. H300 must be fantastic. Wait, maybe it isn't a good thing to ponder.

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