$250 USD sounds around figures I was thinking. Still, that's near $300+ AUD for us. I predict H-300 and DN-2000 will place quite a fight against each other in the coming months. Both companies have shown us what they're capable of in the $200 - $250 bracket with impressive results, and as preference I actually prefer Dunu's DN-1000 over H-200, however since hearing H-300 most recently I wonder if DN-2000 will offer similar performance. It's rather hard for me to say any hybrid I've heard (besides Tralucents 1Plus2) can match the dynamic driver control and performance over T-Peos H-200 and H-300, something that lacks in DN-1000. I hope Dunu have stepped up their dynamic driver for DN-2000.
Yep, I hope the same mate, though I think all along the plan was for DN-2000 to have a neutral sound, even reference-type. I have to admit that I am hoping that will be the case, as most triple hybrid have similar type of sound (between balanced to U/V shaped), so if DN-2000 is tuned for that neutral/reference type sound, that will be the first triple hybrid to have such signature