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post #31 of 121
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Hey Rocky, Could you also make the nozzle a little smaller in diameter? 

 

Please no - otherwise it would change the sound sig - and none of the standard sized tips would fit any more ......

post #32 of 121
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Please no - otherwise it would change the sound sig - and none of the standard sized tips would fit any more ......


can anyone compare these with gr07 mk2??

post #33 of 121
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djvkool and h20fidelity both have had the DN1000 and the original gr07.  Not sure about anyone who's had the gr 07 mk2 though.  I haven't heard any of the vsonics - so can't really comment.

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Been a long time since I heard GR07 (MK2), though I can safely say DN-1000 is stronger in soundstage and instrument separation, tonality of DN-1000 cooler showing more clarity. I know GR07 is popular and won a ton of fans remaining the most balanced however I don't feel it's on the same level as DN-1000 personally overall.

I think those who come from GR07 may possibly find DN-1000 sounding a touch thinner or lighter in the mid range but superior in detailing levels. I really did like GR07 MK2 enough to own x2 pairs but I thought H-200 was an upgrade to the Vsonics and consider DN-1000 an upgrade from H-200 if that means anything to anyone, so not really the same playing field for GR07.


Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/20/13 at 4:36am
post #35 of 121

Hi Brooko,

 

I owned FA DBA02-MKII and it has a very good detail, good sound stage and separation. However i found the treble is slightly bright (ear fatigue) and the bass is not punchy and deep.

 

May I know if Dunu DN1000 has punchy and deep bass and smoother treble with similar detail, sound stage and separation like in DBA02-MKII?

post #36 of 121
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Hi Brooko,

 

I owned FA DBA02-MKII and it has a very good detail, good sound stage and separation. However i found the treble is slightly bright (ear fatigue) and the bass is not punchy and deep.

 

May I know if Dunu DN1000 has punchy and deep bass and smoother treble with similar detail, sound stage and separation like in DBA02-MKII?

 

Sadly haven' heard the DBA02-MKII.  I did own the B2 for a while though (original DBA clone) - and loved it.

 

What I really like about the DN1000 is the overall balance, yet it is still a 'fun' IEM.  To me:

 - it is detailed without having excessive brightness

 - it has a very nice mid-range without being too forward

 - it has slightly elevated bass (enough to make it very fun) without reaching 'bass-head'/overblown territory

 

It has far more soundstage than my B2 had.

 

Hope that helps.  For the money - I can't recommend the DN-1000 highly enough.  It plays with the big boys of the game - but at an affordable price point.

post #37 of 121

Anyone has the RE-400 to compare it to? Also does anyone know where I can buy it in the UK? Thanks!

post #38 of 121

Hybrid again! Nice review.

post #39 of 121

Hello Brooko,

 

May I know between Dunu DN-1000 ($195) and T-PEOS H-200 ($249),

which one is better in term of bass (solid, punchy, deep & extended) and the treble is just right (no ear fatigue) while maintaining or at least close to the detail, sound stage & separation like in DBA02-MKII?

 

 

 

post #40 of 121
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I haven't heard the H200 - but if you look a few posts above this one - I'll requote H20 .......
 
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Been a long time since I heard GR07 (MK2), though I can safely say DN-1000 is stronger in soundstage and instrument separation, tonality of DN-1000 cooler showing more clarity. I know GR07 is popular and won a ton of fans remaining the most balanced however I don't feel it's on the same level as DN-1000 personally overall.

I think those who come from GR07 may possibly find DN-1000 sounding a touch thinner or lighter in the mid range but superior in detailing levels. I really did like GR07 MK2 enough to own x2 pairs but I thought H-200 was an upgrade to the Vsonics and consider DN-1000 an upgrade from H-200 if that means anything to anyone, so not really the same playing field for GR07.

 

Hopefully that helps.

post #41 of 121
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Been a long time since I heard GR07 (MK2), though I can safely say DN-1000 is stronger in soundstage and instrument separation, tonality of DN-1000 cooler showing more clarity. I know GR07 is popular and won a ton of fans remaining the most balanced however I don't feel it's on the same level as DN-1000 personally overall.


I think those who come from GR07 may possibly find DN-1000 sounding a touch thinner or lighter in the mid range but superior in detailing levels. I really did like GR07 MK2 enough to own x2 pairs but I thought H-200 was an upgrade to the Vsonics and consider DN-1000 an upgrade from H-200 if that means anything to anyone, so not really the same playing field for GR07.

biggrin.gif now i want a pair to replace my h200 that I still have but never really started liking :|
post #42 of 121
I read somewhere that Dunu DN-1000 comes in 2 versions.

They are China version for domestic market and International version for export.

May I know what are the different between them?

For those sale on eBay, are they China version or International version?
post #43 of 121
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biggrin.gif now i want a pair to replace my h200 that I still have but never really started liking :|

It might be worth your while selling those H-200 and giving the Dunu a try.
post #44 of 121
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It might be worth your while selling those H-200 and giving the Dunu a try.

ordered a pair. keeping the h200 since have no other cheap(er) earphones for the time being
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ordered a pair. keeping the h200 since have no other cheap(er) earphones for the time being


Congrats mate, I really hope you enjoy them as much as myself and others are.

Brooko's review is right on the mark, the price to performance ratio is really rather high on these.

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