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Honestly, I'm quite glad I picked up the DN-1000... I suspect my hearing is not good enough to justify anything better than this, and it sounds damn amazing to me.

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I do not know why people say that dunu dn1000 uncomfortable but to Me they are very very comfortable.
And I think thin cable much more comfortable Than the thick cable like shure.

after hearing a long with the dunu, made me hate the sound of Shure se215 and want to throw the cx300 to garbage.
Edited by nati8056 - 3/27/14 at 3:38pm
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post

I do not know why people say that dunu dn1000 uncomfortable but to Me they are very very comfortable.
And I think thin cable much more comfortable Than the thick cable like shure.
 

 

They are very comfortable for me as well. But like you said, some people will not have the same experience. I've been on a few PMs with different users having issues with DN-1000 either because of the weight or the large nozzle. Just goes to show that the differences in ear sizes and shapes cannot be dismissed no matter how good the IEM is designed.

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  1. silicone transparent soft, narrow barrel small/medium work good so far has little isolation BUT is sits very comfortable since it adaptes very fast to body temperature and is very flexible in its structure
  2. silicone grey/black strenghten tips, wide bore barrel, additional structrual design to give it more density, has better isolation but not the same comfort factor as the transparent tips
  3. bi-flange or double flange have superior isolation  to both single flange tips, these tips reach further into the ear canal and could make the wearing to some less comfortable. but the seal it self it pretty tight, bass has profound pounding and nice kick with these
  4. 3 pairs of "comply" style memory foamies (my personal favourite) this foamies has significant comparability to these ear safety plug "3m ear classic ii" http://pr-technics.de/ebay/produktbilder/plus6/ohrschutz/3m_ear_classic2.jpg these nice things give the best comfortable seal of all tips IMO they adapt pretty fast to body temperature

how would you describe the differences in spacers?

post #1205 of 2481
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post

after hearing a long with the dunu, made me hate the sound of Shure se215 and want to throw the cx300 to garbage.


lol ;)

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Thanks for your response. Do you think the H 300 bests the SM 64?


Yes... I do think the T Peos H300 is a better iem than the Sm64. The H300 seems to be a more balanced earphone. The clarity is unbeatable...especially for the price.

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Yes... I do think the T Peos H300 is a better iem than the Sm64. The H300 seems to be a more balanced earphone. The clarity is unbeatable...especially for the price.

 Amen!

post #1208 of 2481
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post

I do not know why people say that dunu dn1000 uncomfortable but to Me they are very very comfortable.
And I think thin cable much more comfortable Than the thick cable like shure.

after hearing a long with the dunu, made me hate the sound of Shure se215 and want to throw the cx300 to garbage.


I agree. You must find the right tips though. I put the Earsonics stock double flange on my dn1000 and they are perfect.

post #1209 of 2481

whats the best way to reduce sibilance? i tried a bunch of combos and black wide-bore tips with silver spacer seems to reduce it the most. any better combos for this?

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whats the best way to reduce sibilance? i tried a bunch of combos and black wide-bore tips with silver spacer seems to reduce it the most. any better combos for this?

 

foam tips, or large bore silicone

post #1211 of 2481
anybody know the best place to get these in or to the uk?

I see mp4nation export - would I need to factor in customs?
post #1212 of 2481

came the dunu in italy. Thanks for the great advice. Yeah I like it a lot.

Celebration 

post #1213 of 2481

No need to worry about custom charges, got mine from them as well, was delivered within 3 days via Fedex. no extra charges whatsoever.

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Originally Posted by dimmockg View Post

anybody know the best place to get these in or to the uk?

I see mp4nation export - would I need to factor in customs?

No need to worry about custom charges. got mine from them as well. item was delivered within 3 days via fedex. no extra charges whatsoever

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No need to worry about custom charges, got mine from them as well, was delivered within 3 days via Fedex. no extra charges whatsoever.

Fedex will send you a separate invoice within 4-5 weeks via mail after the delivery has been made to claim the customs fees. At least that's how it usually is for me.

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