DUNU LUNA Pure Beryllium Dynamic Titanium Alloy Flagship In-ear Earphone
10 mm Acoustic-Grade Pure Beryllium Rolled Foil with Polyurethane Suspension
DUNU Quick-Switch Modular Plug and Connector System
Housing in Titanium Alloy, Grade 5
Mixed Strands of Furukawa OCC Copper & DHC Silver, with Silver-Plated OCC Copper Shield Surround
- Driver Configuration: 10 mm Acoustic-Grade Pure Beryllium Rolled Foil with Polyurethane Suspension
- Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.2% at 1 kHz
- Sensitivity: 110 dB at 1 kHz
- Impedance: 16 ohm@ 1KHz
- Frequency Response: 5 Hz - 40 kHz
- Plug: Patented DUNU Quick-Switch Modular Plug System
- Connector: Patented Catch-Hold MMCX Connector
- Cable Length: 1.2 m
- Cable Material: Mixed Strands of Furukawa Electric Ohno Continuous Cast (OCC) Copper & DHC Silver, with Silver-Plated OCC Copper Shield Surround
- Net Weight: 10.3 g
My father introduced me to music before I can even speak my first word as he loved listening to music. I love listening to a variety of music genres and singing/recording songs occasionally during my spare time from my day job. My first exposure to a single dynamic driver was the Moondrop Kanas Pro and since then a few dynamic-balanced-armature IEMs, the Solaris OG and the Sony IER-Z1R.
After one week time of putting the Dunu Luna through the burning process, I am very impressed on the unique sound signature that the Luna produces. While the Solaris OG renders a sense of total balance among the bass, mid, and treble frequencies, I feel that the bass is a bit loose. The Sony IER-Z1R covers the bass well, but the mid area is a bit recess. When I am listening to Duna Luna, I am feeling this sense of completeness in terms of the tonality and soundstage that this great IEM can reproduce. The bass is simply satisfying and having just the right amount of tightness and punchiness that can only come from a dynamic driver. Both the female and male vocals come through clear and forward enough to be appreciated without being aggressively too close for comfort. The trebles are also handled well. While its 16 ohms impedance is not hard to drive, I find that pairing the Dunu Luna with my Questyle CMA 400i simply makes the Luna sings to its full potential! Along with Dunu quick-switch modular connector system, I think Dunu Luna represents a TOTL IEM with a very competitive price and should get its place among the current TOTL IEMs, like the Solaris and Sony IEM-Z1R. I highly recommend the Dunu Luna for all the serious audiophiles who appreciate and enjoy the total immersion of auditory bliss.
I highly recommend the Dunu Luna. I thought this was something special coming out of CanJam in NY, and now I am sure of it. The buzz on many forums and even at CanJam was over the UM Mest, and the Final A8000. After hearing them, the Dunu Luna is the IEM to get. Excellent bass, mids, detail, and smooth yet open highs. What makes the Luna great as your only IEM, or as an addition to your stable is the fact that it has the ability to keep the treble from becoming sibilant. Think of Adel on "Hello" as an example. With an IEM like the 64 Audio Fourte, she gets very sibilant, past the edge of what is comfortable, or the way she should sound. With the Luna you can still hear all of the inflections in her voice, but it remains just below every getting sibilant while still being airy. The good bass and rhythmic drive remain and the whole rendition is top notch. The Luna is definitely a TOTL IEM. I also highly recommend using the AZLA SednaEarFitLight Short tips with the Luna. This IEM requires a good fit to provide all of its bass and these tips will give it to you. They are available on Amazon if Andrew does not have them. The Luna also needs a little bit more juice than some other IEM's. Most anything should be able to drive them, but I do find myself having to increase the volume a few notches compared to my other IEM's. Thank you.