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DUNU DN-2000 Hybrid IEM

DUNU DN-2000 Hybrid IEM

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We have some great news everyone. Our vendor has informed us that inventory will become available to them within the next few days. They will be working hard to prepare this order for shipment and aim to send it from their location by early next week. We are currently trending for everything to be shipped out of our warehouse before the estimated ship date of 10/23.

Expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 10/22 or sooner if something comes up.
Thanks again for joining this drop! With your help we were able to make it successful for the community. We've just submitted the group's order with the vendor for the DUNU DN-2000 Hybrid IEM and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.

As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where we'll break it up into individual orders and ship them directly to you! The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 10/23.

Rest assured that we will provide you all with updated information regarding the status of your order throughout the process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 10/16.
I started a poll on budget IEM's. For those who want decent sound from a relatively cheap pair or cans, please vote here:

At $239 these are a good deal. I have them (bought in China last year). They sound amazing.
Honestly it just looks like someone is trying to get rid of old stock, while keeping prices high. Why purchase old products when there are new ones coming out/already out? And at a price no cheaper than amazon. No thanks.
They look really uncomfortable
I own a set of the DN-2000J headphones - almost identical shape and size, and they actually are lovely over long periods of time. No discomfort even at the end of an 8 hour work day.
the J variant was actually the revision made to increase comfort. it is smaller and is overall seen as a slightly better buy
I won't get any iem that don't have detachable cable. High end headphone must comes with detachable cable so you can replace or upgrade it.
100% agree, i bought a pair of the titan 1's and the right earbud died, in my effort to try and fix them myself because dunu's customer support was quite poor, I basically ended up writing them off, learned my lesson there. I'm much more keen on their newer ones coming that mostly have detachable cables.
They need to change the description. They didn't add an additional driver, both the DN1000 and 2000 have dual BA's and 1 Dynamic driver.
Where are the 1000's?

Why get these when you can get dn-2000js, the upcoming dn-2002s, dk-3001s or dk-4001s? And $265 right now on amazon right now anyway...
Sweet, these babies are about to tie the record for least units sold. >:)
Just want to say that I own these and have small ears. If you can get them at a discounted price I would in a heart beat. These are the best earphones that I have ever heard. And I have heard several nice ones.
I looked at the thumbnail and thought these were dogecoin earbuds.
I bought these on the last drop. The cable and connections seem to be well made and durable, but I'm definitely having buyer's remorse. While they sound very good (Extremely neutral, if you're into that), they are uncomfortable in my ears. That's alleviated a bit by the amount of tips and rubber hooks it came with, but as someone with smaller ears, only the small rubber fitters were able to help, and I'm not super fond of any of the many tips.

The MAIN problem though, is that any rubber fitters you put on that little hook fall right off and gets lost very easily. They've fallen off multiple times on the airplane, which is a pretty awkward place to search for a tiny rubber piece. Sometimes they'll even pop off in my ear while I'm trying to put the IEMs in. The tips can also slip off without too much effort, especially if you use the bigger spacer ring, because there's nothing to hold it in really, just slides into place.

The sound and build quality are solid, but the constant fear of losing another rubber fitter and fidgeting to get them to be more comfortable usually leads me to leaving them in their case. Sorry for the wall of text, meant to only talk about the cables, but figured I'd share my experience.
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Completely different price range though. They had no problems selling in the past even with other IEMs in the market, and you can tell by all the thumbs up that he had a significant effect on it.
Most people wouldn't stop buying expensive gear just because something cheaper showed up ($300vs$80)otherwise high end gear wouldn't exist.
Man, for that price I'd want a replaceable cable. I'd hate to be out a $300 pair of IEMs because something happened to the cable.
I'm with you, it's the only reason I wouldn't buy them. Every single earphone I've ever owned has had the cable lose contact near the jack within a year, including expensive IEMs with quality cables. I'd be quite upset if that cable wasn't replaceable.