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post #166 of 899
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post #167 of 899

I bought my DN2K from China with an expensive shipment for $40. So totally I paid around $310. But the sound is Fantastic! It has very good performance in my FIIO X5. I usually listen to classic music and this small earphone just reminds me the sound of DT880, they are so similar.

post #168 of 899
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Originally Posted by lostkimi View Post
 

I bought my DN2K from China with an expensive shipment for $40. So totally I paid around $310. But the sound is Fantastic! It has very good performance in my FIIO X5. I usually listen to classic music and this small earphone just reminds me the sound of DT880, they are so similar.

Theyre still a good buy, SRP of DN2k outside China is 315 USD. Congrats, looking forward for your impressions.

post #169 of 899
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Originally Posted by airomjosh View Post
 

Theyre still a good buy, SRP of DN2k outside China is 315 USD. Congrats, looking forward for your impressions.

Well, you know the used price of DN2K is around $240 in Chinese forums. You can get around $30 deduction if you bargain with Chinese dealer on TAOBAO.  

post #170 of 899
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Originally Posted by lostkimi View Post
 

Well, you know the used price of DN2K is around $240 in Chinese forums. You can get around $30 deduction if you bargain with Chinese dealer on TAOBAO.  

Yes, I know. I have  bought  hundreds of items at taobao and in 2.taobao( for used stuffs). One thing that i dont understand from most Chinese brands is that they set different MSRP price for domestic and international market( cheaper for domestic market) and  they also set different wholesale price for local retailer and international resellers(cheaper for local resellers). If these things wont be resolved, only resellers from China will profit because the world is getting smaller. More people now can buy from taobao.

post #171 of 899

Say hello to my leeeeetle friend...

 

post #172 of 899
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Originally Posted by airomjosh View Post
 

Yes, I know. I have  bought  hundreds of items at taobao and in 2.taobao( for used stuffs). One thing that i dont understand from most Chinese brands is that they set different MSRP price for domestic and international market( cheaper for domestic market) and  they also set different wholesale price for local retailer and international resellers(cheaper for local resellers). If these things wont be resolved, only resellers from China will profit because the world is getting smaller. More people now can buy from taobao.

I mean, additional $30 deduction. It's a open secret. For instance, the official listed price for DN2000 is ÔŅ•1798 on Taobao.¬†If you try to bargain the price with that dealer, most likely you can get the price down to ÔŅ•1650, which is around $266.

post #173 of 899
Quote: Congratulations! I love it. 
Originally Posted by djvkool View Post
 

Say hello to my leeeeetle friend...

 

post #174 of 899
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post
 

Say hello to my leeeeetle friend...

 

 

Congrats, bro...looking forward for your impressions and comparisons with your other IEMs. Im just waiting for more impressions before I pull the trigger.

post #175 of 899

I was going to rip it open and test right now, but the packaging is just absolutely superb, feel bad to rip that out/open without taking proper picture first, so I'm going to wait until tonight and do proper eye candy before I rip that thing open

post #176 of 899
Do it nao!!!!! I want to hear your impression and comparison to the dnkūüėį
post #177 of 899
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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Do it nao!!!!! I want to hear your impression and comparison to the dnkūüėį

Patience is a virtue ;)

post #178 of 899

Got it and I must say, a large upgrade over the DN-1000. Better clarity and more balanced. the DN-1000 has great bass, but it is a little too much at times. 

post #179 of 899
Hmm. Dn2k has less bass than the 1k? Not sure if I would be a fan.. I use the 1k with a bass boost already. But I guess that's just personal taste tongue.gif
post #180 of 899
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post

Hmm. Dn2k has less bass than the 1k? Not sure if I would be a fan.. I use the 1k with a bass boost already. But I guess that's just personal taste tongue.gif

Yeah, the DN-2000 is quite balanced. I like it better because when I listen to the DN-1000 then switch to the HE-500 I find them very bass light, which they are not. 

 

My DN-1000 is for sale if anybody is interested. 

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