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Dunu Falcon-C IEM

Dunu Falcon-C IEM

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Featuring a 9-millimeter carbon nanotube driver for textured vocals and rich bass, the Falcon-C lives up to Dunu’s reputation of producing excellent IEMs. The smooth, well-built housing is made of liquid metal, with an ergonomic design meant to stay comfortable for long hours of portable use Read More

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Zeronis
3
Oct 2, 2018
Just received my pair today, super excited to trie them out!
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Zeronis
3
Sep 12, 2018
Is there any updates on the shipment?
Zeronis
3
Sep 19, 2018
lol, just received the email today saying it's now shipped
patrik.e
1
Sep 23, 2018
Me too :D Finally, the wait was annoying, but to be honest I look forward to listening to them even more now after all this time!
Tigerabbit
14
Sep 3, 2018
What's the word on shipment? Getting ancy!
Tigerabbit
14
Dec 3, 2020
They finally arrived and I am delighted with them. Sound and imaging are astonishingly accurate and detailed. Sound is def audiophile grade on any material, with particularly delicious vocal rendition. Sturdy, light, and meticulously designed, these are my most enjoyable IEMs to date.
patrik.e
1
Aug 20, 2018
Any updates on shipping? Seems to be late by at least a week... Edit: didn't see the mail -- shipment delayed by up to 30 days I guess!
RJSLBS
59
Jul 7, 2018
For those interested in this drop, I reviewed the earphones here:
https://everydaylistening.net/2018/07/04/dunu-falcon-c-review-precision-punch/
Included are comparisons to the latest TFZ, Campfire Audio, iBasso earphones and many more. So long as you don't mind a lower treble spike, I can't recommend many models south of $200 more than this. It's upper mid-range isn't as disturbingly forward as most ChiFi IEMs and it's resolution is terrific. It also measures well 😏. The Falcon-C is good stuff!
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RJSLBS
59
Jul 13, 2018
Basically each headphone will emphasize or de-emphasize certain frequency ranges and instruments in that range will either be louder or softer as a result. As lower-treble is emphasized, elements such as strings, cymbals and guitars will be more forward but also clearer. If it's too emphasized, it can become sharp and fatiguing. Hope that helps!
daniel.wang
38
Jul 13, 2018
oh okay. I know that sibillance is something that bothers me a lot; do you have issues with that with these headphones?
stormmilk
90
Jul 7, 2018
Listened to these at the Beijing audio exhibition last summer. They are great ear buds, with a solid bass and a good resolution and tremble.