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post #1216 of 2481
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Originally Posted by kiwikaki View Post
 

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

Celebration 

yeah.. it Sounds amazing with dunu,wide soundstage.

 

I love  it also with a little more bass (I like only the sound)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRlKBTUz-Zg


Edited by nati8056 - 3/29/14 at 10:42am
post #1217 of 2481
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post
 

yeah.. it Sounds amazing with dunu,wide soundstage.

 

I love  it also with a little more bass (I like only the sound)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRlKBTUz-Zg


If you like Infected Mushroom, maybe you will like Radioactive Sandwhich.

It is free: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/radioactive-sandwich-mirage

Ignore the first track which is just an intro, the real music and their style starts after track one.

post #1218 of 2481
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 


If you like Infected Mushroom, maybe you will like Radioactive Sandwhich.

It is free: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/radioactive-sandwich-mirage

Ignore the first track which is just an intro, the real music and their style starts after track one.

 

Not only is it free, but it's lossless awesome-sauce free! :D

 

Love it! Also love...

 

Kudos to ektoplazm!

post #1219 of 2481



ektoplazm is a great site, I remember first discovering them. Here's another one that sounds great on Dunu DN-1000, but it will cost you $1 Australian dollar. (not free) and from Bandcamp. Of course you can sample it. Track one is especially great. They're Australian to my understanding, well, there's some Australian spoken word samples in their tracks.

http://hopskotch.bandcamp.com/album/fresh-from-the-bin
 

post #1220 of 2481
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 



ektoplazm is a great site, I remember first discovering them. Here's another one that sounds great on Dunu DN-1000, but it will cost you $1 Australian dollar. (not free) and from Bandcamp. Of course you can sample it. Track one is especially great. They're Australian to my understanding, well, there's some Australian spoken word samples in their tracks.

http://hopskotch.bandcamp.com/album/fresh-from-the-bin
 

 

Don't have the DN1Ks, but this track is trippin' me out with the Mikros 90's :)

 

http://hopskotch.bandcamp.com/track/drinking-lava

post #1221 of 2481
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post
 

 

Don't have the DN1Ks, but this track is trippin' me out with the Mikros 90's :)

 

http://hopskotch.bandcamp.com/track/drinking-lava


:beerchug:

Personally I think the entire album sounds best on my SHR940.. It's a good album, treat yourself to it in FLAC.
If you really really cannot get it PM me I can gift it to your or 'something'. 

 

post #1222 of 2481
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

:beerchug:

Personally I think the entire album sounds best on my SHR940.. It's a good album, treat yourself to it in FLAC.
If you really really cannot get it PM me
I can gift it to your or 'something'. 

 

You're gonna gift me the 940's? Wow! I knew you were a good guy :)

post #1223 of 2481
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 


If you like Infected Mushroom, maybe you will like Radioactive Sandwhich.

It is free: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/radioactive-sandwich-mirage

Ignore the first track which is just an intro, the real music and their style starts after track one.

 

H20Fidelity and aynes world  thank you very much.

Sound amazing, love it very much
 
By the way i do not like Infected Mushroom so much,but I like some of their old music, because good sound and excellent stereo and good
Electric Guitar:dt880smile:
post #1224 of 2481
Infected mushroom 😁 awesome sauce 😅
post #1225 of 2481

Hi guys! I'm looking for a new pair of IEM (i currently have my now rather old phonaks PFE 112. Some headfiers pointed me to the DUNU. I listen mostly to rock (Muse, Beatles, Flaming Lips, Pink Floyd, Franz Ferdinand, The Black Keys..) and jazz (Pat Metheny Group, EST etc) and i'm not a basshead.  I'll be using them with the Fiio x5. Any thoughs? All opinions are welcome, thanks!

post #1226 of 2481
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Originally Posted by addsfsds View Post
 

Hi guys! I'm looking for a new pair of IEM (i currently have my now rather old phonaks PFE 112. Some headfiers pointed me to the DUNU. I listen mostly to rock (Muse, Beatles, Flaming Lips, Pink Floyd, Franz Ferdinand, The Black Keys..) and jazz (Pat Metheny Group, EST etc) and i'm not a basshead.  I'll be using them with the Fiio x5. Any thoughs? All opinions are welcome, thanks!


havi b3... get them :)

post #1227 of 2481
I'm too anxious and can't wait for my x5😵
post #1228 of 2481
Just got these, and I think giving these a run after reading as many reviews as I could get my hands has shown me that I'm more of a basshead than I'd thought. The DNKs (using red spacers and comply tips) have amazing separation and very crisp highs (dancing on the sibilant line), and the bass quality is great. Even the mid-bass impact is great. What's lacking for me is the impact of the sub-bass. I've seen these referred to as an amazing set of V-shaped IEMs and I'd say that their V-shape is much more subtle on the bass end of the spectrum, at least in terms of impact.

Ultimately these end up making my instrumented music sound very good. The bass is distinct from the guitars, each drum hit clearly distinguishable, the guitars sounding beautifully bright. Everything feels like a perfect balance here.

Problem is that my tastes these days put me firmly in the EDM, Party, Dance music genres where that bass impact is very important to fuel the energy of the song. Where there is mid-bass driven songs, the DNKs do wonderfully. You can feel it and the bass response feels fast enough to keep up with even my fastest songs. When sub-bass is leaned on for the backbone of a song, the DNKs sadly (for me) don't bring enough to the table.

I still like these, I actually find their simplicity quite pleasing visually. I find the isolation is good enough for my daily train ride.

Unfortunately for me at least, I'm now in the hard position of what to do. I got the DNKs to replace my Miles Davis Trumpets that accidentally got run through the washing machine. They actually still sound the same to me, but I'm convinced that there's no way I ran them through a washing/drying cycle and some kind of damage wasn't done. I'm not about to try and return these as they were purchased through ebay and shipped from Korea.

I like them, but don't love them. If I could get that sub-bass impact I'm looking for, I'd be a happy camper.

Songs used to test:

Sub Bass: Childish Gambino - Sunrise
Bass Response: Quartus Saul - Los Angeles (Time Ismag Remix)
Mid Bass: Iggy Azalea - Fancy
Extremes (High and Low): Hadkouken! - Declaration of War (Hadouken vs. Kissy Sellout Remix)
Separation: Shiny Toy Guns - Rainy Monday

Recent Headphone history:
V-Moda M80 Crossfade
Sennheiser HDII-25
Sennheiser IE8
Monster Miles Davis Trumpets
RHA 750i
Edited by RubxQub - 4/2/14 at 8:26am
post #1229 of 2481

hi RubxQub ,

which source do u use with dunu?


Edited by nati8056 - 4/2/14 at 11:11am
post #1230 of 2481
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Originally Posted by nati8056 View Post

hi RubxQub ,
which source do u use with dunu?
Straight from my iPhone 5S and from a MacBook Air. No amping.

I'm going to try playing around with the spacers to see what kind of impact that has on things. My immediate thought was deeper insertion = better isolation and bass, but maybe not.

Edit: Sorry, should have mentioned that I'm using either 320kbps Spotify or 256kbps iTunes files as well.
Edited by RubxQub - 4/2/14 at 11:31am
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