The Source AV Mini Meet Featuring Dunu! Dec 21, 2019

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  1. netforce

    netforce MOT: TSAV

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    Dunu contacted us about the possibility of mini meet in store so they could show off their new flagship IEM, the Luna. So we will be hosting a mini meet with Dunu!

    Pure beryllium foil dynamic driver flagship in-ear

    No info yet on their new site but there is info on HF:
    https://www.head-fi.org/threads/int...oil-diaphragm-flagship-dynamic-in-ear.919227/
    • December 21st, 2019!
    • Noon-8PM
    • Full Dunu Lineup will be available to demo
    • Including the 17th Anniversary Limited Edition Models
    • Dunu will be present to explain the technology behind the Luna
    The Source AV Design Group
    3035 Kashiwa St.
    Torrance, CA 90505
    1-310-534-9900

    Feel free to bring your own gear.
     
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  2. Augmentin

    Augmentin MOT - DUNU IEM Company

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    Yes, HUGE thanks to @netforce and the rest of the TSAV team for making this happen! We were looking for a great place to run a mini-meet in southern California, and there was really no other place we even wanted to consider!

    This is going to be the first time LUNA shows up on this side of the Pacific, so it is especially exciting for us!

    I won't be there, but Kevin, our business development guy, will be, and he'll be able to answer questions in person.

    In the meantime, I can facilitate and answer any questions here!

    As mentioned, we'll also have our other models on hand if people want to listen.

    Oh, and if people want to come and measure it, you are welcome. But really, it's about the listening experience. We tried to make sure it had great timbre and great dynamic range reproduction, while maintaining a scholarly tonal balance.

    But the main goal was to achieve near perfect pistonic motion for the driver:



    This was high-speed laser vibrometry done at an acoustics lab outside of our own facilities (we unfortunately don't have the equipment). No other driver of this size (10 mm) that we've developed in the past exhibits the same type of behavior.

    It'll be great to hear peoples' feedback and impressions for the first time! Hope everyone can make it!
     

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