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post #1141 of 2481
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 


No I haven't, although it's reassuring to hear djvkool and AladdinSane are both listening at similar levels to myself. :)

 

I used to DJ back in the days, so yeah blame that :wink_face:

 

DX50 on 200 is a comfortable level for me, 220+ starting to get a little loud, anything under 180, I can hear the outside world/TV

post #1142 of 2481
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I used to DJ back in the days, so yeah blame that :wink_face:

 

DX50 on 200 is a comfortable level for me, 220+ starting to get a little loud, anything under 180, I can hear the outside world/TV


I participated in a few rave parties on three day benders back in the day too. So..... :wink_face:

post #1143 of 2481
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I participated in a few rave parties on three day benders back in the day too. So..... :wink_face:

 

Oh yeah those were the days, when I first started, I used to wear foam ear plugs, especially the night club ones, not so much outdoor rave, but a couple of years into it, I ditched the plugs, since I get weird looks from the hot chicks...

post #1144 of 2481
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Oh yeah those were the days, when I first started, I used to wear foam ear plugs, especially the night club ones, not so much outdoor rave, but a couple of years into it, I ditched the plugs, since I get weird looks from the hot chicks...


Who needs rave parties when Dunu brought us DN-1000?

It's a personal rave party everyday!  
 

post #1145 of 2481

Got my DN-1000 yesterday. I really am enjoying these iems. Good solid bass and soudstage. A big step up from my RE-0. Now I just need to find the right combination of tips and spacer.

post #1146 of 2481

Congratulations! take your time in choosing the right tips... once you find your match, the result is very rewarding!

post #1147 of 2481

Congrats, careful with the foam tips if you haven't used them before like me. I used the same pressure I would to take off silicone tips and ripped the foam off the inner rubber tube that holds it together. Did this happen to anyone else? Also I would like to know where everyone buys replacement foam/comply tips for these

post #1148 of 2481

can someone tell me if for hip hop music, I should go for the DN1000 or the JVC FX850?

post #1149 of 2481
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can someone tell me if for hip hop music, I should go for the DN1000 or the JVC FX850?
Haven't heard the JVC, but the DUNU sounds awesome with hip-hop.
post #1150 of 2481

rha ma-750i or dunu dn-1000 for hip hop,r&b and rock.

post #1151 of 2481
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rha ma-750i or dunu dn-1000 for hip hop,r&b and rock.

I prefer the Dunu. My enjoyment from ma750 is hampered by sibilance at certain volume levels.
post #1152 of 2481
just yesterday I got the dunu dn1000 and the sound is amazing, detailed, cleared with good separation just like I love. But what I do not like that the sound is little thin and bass not full compared to se215. I hope the sound will hear more thick with the dx50 I ordered.
Edited by nati8056 - 3/22/14 at 2:57pm
post #1153 of 2481

oh my.. I am counting numeros days, hours, minutes waiting for my dunu dn1k

post #1154 of 2481
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post

just yesterday I got the dunu dn1000 and the sound is amazing, detailed, cleared with good separation just like I love. But what I do not like that the sound is little thin and bass not full compared to se215. I hope the sound will hear more thick with the dx50 I ordered.

 

Try the blue rings and clear tips, you might feel the bass more.

post #1155 of 2481
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Try the blue rings and clear tips, you might feel the bass more.

This is exactly what I use, and there is bass but not like the se215, and sounds a bit thin.(Still, I much prefer the dunu because his sound is simply amazing from all other way than se215)

 Maybe I need the" Monster SuperFoam"?

Anybody else tried them (what that JoeDoe offered)?

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