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post #1411 of 1578

I was using TF10s.  The Dunus float in my ears by comparison.

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Originally Posted by olddude View Post
 

I was using TF10s.  The Dunus float in my ears by comparison.

I remember the plastic shells of the TF10 being lighter... hmmm

post #1413 of 1578

Each housing weighs 7.5 grams.

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

Each housing weighs 7.5 grams.

Hmm well according to the internet TF10 weights 0.6 ounces (approx 17 grams).
Minus the weight of the cable, and half that figure and you'll get your answer

I'm guessing somewhere around 7.5 grams if not lower... yay maths!

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Originally Posted by nehcrow View Post
 

Hmm well according to the internet TF10 weights 0.6 ounces (approx 17 grams).
Minus the weight of the cable, and half that figure and you'll get your answer

I'm guessing somewhere around 7.5 grams if not lower... yay maths!

 

Going from memory having owned TF10 x3 times, I would guess the Dunu are heavier, plus the metal housing makes it appear heavier straight away. I guess for those experiencing any weight issue wearing over the ear should ease some pressure.




I might need to pick up another pair of DN-1000, my cable just won't come good.

The soloution worked for a week but ended up going back how it was. 
 


Edited by H20Fidelity - 6/11/14 at 1:35am
post #1416 of 1578

The TF10s may be "lighter" but the way they stick out puts (for me) way more pressure on my ears.  I find the Dunus much easier to wear (and I have the cables going straight down, where I had the TF10s going over my ears).  To each their own.

post #1417 of 1578

Are there any recommended mods for these?

 

Thanks.

post #1418 of 1578
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Are there any recommended mods for these?

 

Thanks.

I doubt it, it's kind of hard to mod earphones

Guess you can always remove the filter if you are up for it, but not much point

TBH if you are unhappy with an earphone, move on ;)

post #1419 of 1578

I ordered these yesterday. Is there anyone who has listened to or owns Yamaha EPH100 or Panasonic HJE900 and can compare these?

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I ordered these yesterday. Is there anyone who has listened to or owns Yamaha EPH100 or Panasonic HJE900 and can compare these?

Hi,

 

DN1000 is way better than EPH100, no doubt that you will get an upgrade by purchasing DN1000. The most important part is upper mids in DN1000 much more refined.

post #1421 of 1578
I have a pair of these coming from....a web site. I look forward to trying them.

Scott
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I have a pair of these coming from....a web site. I look forward to trying them.

Scott

Hope you enjoy the Scott! smily_headphones1.gif

Be sure to give the tips and spacers a fair try as they're rather tuneable.
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Hope you enjoy the Scott! smily_headphones1.gif

Be sure to give the tips and spacers a fair try as they're rather tuneable.

That was another draw for me, so.many options there. Has anyone tried the triflage tips?

Scott
post #1424 of 1578
I have tried the flange and I prefer the foam tips. Normally I use flange tips on my iems but for the dunu I just preferred the foam tips. It is all on preference though. The foam tips gave a better seal in my opinion.
post #1425 of 1578
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Originally Posted by utee05 View Post

I have tried the flange and I prefer the foam tips. Normally I use flange tips on my iems but for the dunu I just preferred the foam tips. It is all on preference though. The foam tips gave a better seal in my opinion.


It's been a while since I have bough new headphones of any kinds, so I am excited to play around with this one, especially with all the tip and depth options. Coming from the Westone 3's it should an interesting change.

 

Scott

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