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post #1156 of 1594
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post
 

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)?


What source are you using nat? I haven't heard SE215 but the Dunu should be quite pleasing in the low end.

post #1157 of 1594

I'm using Galaxy S3
but Sometimes I use cowon c2 and I do not like his sound, but I'm surprised that dunu causing it to sound good,but I prefer the Galaxy S3.
My previous player was iriver u10 ( but broken) and he was very detailed and clean with good separation (like the dunu)
and that's what I love .


Edited by nati8056 - 3/22/14 at 6:08pm
post #1158 of 1594
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


What source are you using nat? I haven't heard SE215 but the Dunu should be quite pleasing in the low end.

Agreed. Maybe the seal isn't optimal?
post #1159 of 1594

Yes, seal is very important and a little lapse can drastically affect the DN1000's sound.

post #1160 of 1594
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post
 

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)?

 

Definitely not a good seal, bass impact and depth wise, given a good seal, SE215 does not come anywhere near Dunu

post #1161 of 1594

Well, finally ordered a pair.  Found a pair for 180 on ebay shipping from NC.  Listed as new, and explained as in during the month shipping wait, the seller bought a different pair and likes em, so here's hoping for $180 they're legit.

post #1162 of 1594

Had the SE215 now have the Dunu. Foam tips on both. Dunu has more and better bass and it's not close. Check setup.

post #1163 of 1594
AladdinSane? do You use the black tip? (Sponge), only this tip gives the full bass on se215.
Edited by nati8056 - 3/23/14 at 2:19am
post #1164 of 1594
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post
 

I'm using Galaxy S3
but Sometimes I use cowon c2 and I do not like his sound, but I'm surprised that dunu causing it to sound good,but I prefer the Galaxy S3.
My previous player was iriver u10 ( but broken) and he was very detailed and clean with good separation (like the dunu)
 and that's what I love .

 


I'm wondering if your Samsung Galaxy S3 is having some mismatch with the 10ohm Dunu to experience a low level of bass.

The output impedance of S3 is: 3.45ohms, which is a little high for the 10ohm Dunu however this graph from Golden Ears shows a flat response under load of 16ohm. I don't understand why you're hearing low bass levels, it must be seal related, unless by some strange occurrence your Dunu are faulty or the impedance is causing it, I have had problems pairing Dunu with JDS C421 but I would really lean against the impedance causing this. Especially if you're experiencing little bass across all your sources.

http://ko.goldenears.net/board/2150223

 

11.FR_Galaxy_S3_3G_LOAD.png

R16: 16Ω / R33: 33Ω / R62: 62Ω / R250: 250Ω

Sampling Frequency: 44.1kHz / SAMSUNG - Galaxy S3


Edited by H20Fidelity - 3/23/14 at 3:50am
post #1165 of 1594
With The output impedance of dx50 I should feel a big difference then the galaxy?
and what abut Monster SuperFoam"?

Anybody else tried them?
Edited by nati8056 - 3/23/14 at 4:41am
post #1166 of 1594

So, something I'm curious about.  How well can these do with Classical music?

post #1167 of 1594

Hi all,

 

I ordered a dn-1000 about 10 days ago from mp4nation and am still waiting. Hope I'll be impressed when I try it out just as you are. To be honest this forum massively helped me to choose the right iem. Well, I wasn't completed new to the forum at all due to the fact I have been reading and observing. Good day to you all.

post #1168 of 1594

Welcome to Head Fi and we apologize for your wallet!  It certainly looks like a promising IEM, especially with the added versatility of the spacers and such.  I'm waiting for mine to arrive too, altho I did not go thru mp4nation.  I hope you're happy with your purchase!

post #1169 of 1594
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Originally Posted by Saoshyant View Post

So, something I'm curious about.  How well can these do with Classical music?

I definitely wouldn't say that classical is their forte, they're a little bass heavy for that. They do however separate very well and have an excellent soundstage.
post #1170 of 1594
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post


I definitely wouldn't say that classical is their forte, they're a little bass heavy for that. They do however separate very well and have an excellent soundstage.

 

Hmm...  I'll have to see what I think about it once it arrives.  I really like my current classical IEM, so if its not replaced there is no real loss.

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