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post #946 of 2481

The X10 has more midbass and a smaller soundstage, and probably less detail (though amping makes a difference here).

post #947 of 2481
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Anyone able to compare these to either UE900's or X10i's?

 

Looking for a replacement for my breaking x10i's, I bought the UE900's but I'm not a fan so looking for something else. Found them too boring/flat to listen to, need something a bit more lively, bit more bass. Hated the over-ear hooks too.

Read the 3-4 posts above yours for a comparison with the UE900. ;)

post #948 of 2481
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Read the 3-4 posts above yours for a comparison with the UE900. wink.gif

Oh, haha thanks! Wasn't there when I read the thread earlier in the day.

Bit worried about the isolation with the larger shell...
post #949 of 2481
No one?
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How are theese compared to MH1C?
post #950 of 2481

Better in every way. Clearer, more natural, bigger soundstage, non-annoying fit and cable. The MH1C are a good bargain, but not in the same league.

post #951 of 2481
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Originally Posted by Sphyn0x View Post

No one?

It has a harder hitting bass, clearer midrange and mych more forward and detailed treble. It is better in every way as mentioned above. 

post #952 of 2481
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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

Better in every way. Clearer, more natural, bigger soundstage, non-annoying fit and cable. The MH1C are a good bargain, but not in the same league.

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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

It has a harder hitting bass, clearer midrange and mych more forward and detailed treble. It is better in every way as mentioned above. 
Perfect! And that J-cord heavy flat cable is driving me crazy sometimes. Thank you both for answers smily_headphones1.gif
And how is sleeping on the side with them?
Edited by Sphyn0x - 2/21/14 at 5:11am
post #953 of 2481
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Perfect! And that J-cord heavy flat cable is driving me crazy sometimes. Thank you both for answers smily_headphones1.gif
And how is sleeping on the side with them?

How can you even sleep on your side while using a IEM? Seal gets all messed up... By the way, I would advice against doing so with the Dunu's. I don't sleep with them, but my pair developed a malfunction and the left side stopped working. Not trying to bash the Dunu's at all, just don't try weird things with them :) and enjoy them. They sound very good.

post #954 of 2481
Not sure about the dunu's, but the only iem I can sleep on my side with are the vsonic vsd1's. Very flush, and the seal stays intact somehow.
post #955 of 2481
Highly doubt anyone could sleep on their side with DN-1000. it's like wearing two little engine cylinders hanging of each side of your head. I use them while laying down, though need to sit flat on my back, of course more head movement is capable than full size headphone.

I still laugh out loud how generous these sound simply from Sansa Clip Zip on stock firmware.  
post #956 of 2481

Fiio x5 vs dx50 What better quality sound with DUNU DN1000?

post #957 of 2481
I can easily sleep with the dnk😎
post #958 of 2481
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I can easily sleep with the dnk😎

 

Yeah right... in your dreams! :D :wink_face:

post #959 of 2481
😃😁
post #960 of 2481
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


I still laugh out loud how generous these sound simply from Sansa Clip Zip on stock firmware.  

yeah because its a FUN sounding IEM when paired with sansa especially.......jk.biggrin.gif lol. RB it for more sound revealing by sansa.
Edited by Shawn71 - 2/22/14 at 8:59pm
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