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Dunu Titan1 in Ear Earphone
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- Type:Dynamic (13mm)
- Sound Pressure Level: 90dB+/-2dB
- Frequency Range: 20Hz - 30kHz
- Plug: 3.5mm stereo plug
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Armed with superior dynamic drivers with nano class titanium diaphragm allows Dunu's Titan 1 earphones to rise above the rest. Different from traditional dynamic transducers this driver offers precise transient response with clean and refined structure creating compelling bass response and crisp trebles. To allow the Titan 1 to handle high power without distortion, the titanium diaphragm is able to create superior sonic clarity and transparency by spreading the energy evenly across its surface. With the exceedingly precise crafted diaphragm the Titan 1 restores the power and pace back into the sound image with both power and precision to achieve superior sound. By uniting the characteristics of fast transient response similar to balanced armature and the power of dynamic transducer. Titan 1's main body is crafted out of metal, ensuring both strength and aesthetics. It also comes with eartips of various sizes for maximum isolation and comfort. Further features include metal pin, cable guide and portable hard storage case.
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Brief: DUNU make an open backed IEM
Price: £90 or I found for $115 (I presume that’s US$)
Specification: Driver: 13mm Titanium Diaphragm Dynamic Driver, Impedance:16Ω, Sensitivity: 90+- 2dB, Reproduction Frequency: 20Hz-30kHz, Cable Length: 1.2m, Plug: 3.5mm Stereo Mini, Weight: 18g
Accessories: All of the accessories. 9 pairs of tips, shirt clip, attached cable wrap thing, a 6.15mm to 3.5mm adapter and a hard little case. Case is particularly functional.
Build Quality: It’s a DUNU, they are always excellent and this is no exception.
Isolation: Erm, more than buds but it’s probably the least isolating IEM I’ve encountered.
Comfort/Fit: It’s got a funny shape but worked perfectly in my ears, worn up or down it was effortless and comfy.
Aesthetics: Reasonably pretty I think. I always like when makes do a little red and blue splash so you can tell the ears apart too. Pretty and practical in one.
Sound: As big sounding as any IEM as ever done. So much air and so much space, the symphonic sense of scale these can deliver is superb. Close your eyes and you can practically feel an entire orchestra before you, so vast and yet so close it all feels just a hair out of arms reach. Such immense space and air yet retain an intimacy that all sounds so natural. Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” sounds like your there. The big open driver gives you that air. It also give you epically deep bass with oodles of agility like a big open can, can, yet due to being so close to your ear it doesn’t roll off. It goes down to the point I think it’s my hearing that gives out. The mids, are beautiful. Airy open and delicately expressive. Sadly it’s a bit behind the bass in quantity. Then the treble, oh god they have airy and flighty treble like fairies dancing across the surface of a pond. It’s however way too abundant for my ears and I needed the treble reducer EQ option and that was with comply’s on. Treble junkies I’m sure will be falling over themselves to grab a pair but for me, they spike in the lower treble and edge towards sibilance. That with the rest as they extend, my ears got very tired very quickly. Combine that with being so open, so little isolating, that you naturally want to crank the volume. My ears did not like that, just too much treble for me.
It’s awesome for soundstaging and for offering that big can, open backed flavour in IEM form. DUNU are living up to the Unique in their name in that regard here.
Value: Sound capabilities here for the money are excellent as DUNU’s normally are. The issue is, treble quantity aside, these isolate so little and normally people pick IEM’s for outdoorsy use. You want sounds blocked and these don’t really do that so it’s a bit of a queer duck. I’d only really use these in doors alone, where I could just use proper big open cans.
Pro’s: So vastly open. Epic bass depth. Dazzling treble.
Con’s: Negligible isolation. Too much of that dazzling treble.
I'm usually use on ear predominantly beyerdynamic ti51i which were great until they developed a fault. My other earphones include klipse x10's and other hi end canal phones. The dunu's are partial in canal meaning they sit in the ear, like conventional earphones but with ear bud to direct sound and help with preventing slipping. However, the phones are so heavy the slip out all the time (not a massive problem) the main problem is with the sound. These are very harsh sounding. Bass is good if not a little bloated but the treble even after 30+ hours burn in is so bright and hot it can cause a headache in minutes. I use an ibasso dx90 with rockbox and the only way I can change the treble enough to not sound digital and artificial is to lower the treble setting by 10db. Ironic considering the setting was plus 1db for my supurb beyerdynamics.
The next massive, irritating issue is sound leakage. When you buy these and plug them in the first thing you will notice is how much sound leaks out. Unfortunately having tested on a friend. The level of sound does not change when inserted in the ear. Everyone around you can hear your music. This is in part down to the level of high range sound these little things produce.
Microphonics are also the worst I have experienced.
On a positive. These are amazingly well made. I'm an industrial product designer and can appreciate the level of detail given to the phones construction and packaging. But given the lack of sq these will have to be returned. Shame as I had high hopes for these given the positive reviews by others.
Only downsides are that they aren't great isolators, which is a tradeoff for them sounding so open, I guess. Additionally, they are made to be used hanging down from your ears and not looped up and over which is my preferred method.
Considering the price and the quality of the sound they produce I can't let these have anything less than 5*.
When I compared the headphones I found that the titans had a bit more bass to them and that vocals felt midway and not right up front as in my Shures.
You can hear all the micro details in the track and the clarity and stage presence is astounding.
I'm not a audiophile but I am fussy with my earphones when I use them when listening with my flac, dsd, earphone dac magic xs, Onkyo player on my Samsung note 4 combination.
For the price that I paid they rival earphones that cost several hundred pounds. I would highly recommend them and you will not look back in disappointment.
I now use my titans more than my Shure S315's and Bose QC3's which should tell you something about the sound quality.
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