Initially, Dunu’s Studio in-ear monitors were only available in the local Asian market, but have now expanded globally. The hand-crafted SA6 allegedly had to completely rethink the manufacturing process to speed it up, using six drivers: two Sonion AcuPass bass, custom Knowles midrange and tweeter. The developers paid special attention to the high-quality setting of the port, which allows better bass for low-frequency radiators, and a thorough study of the three-way crossover.
But there is also the possibility of customizing the sound to suit your preferences: the company has provided an “atmospheric immersion” switch, with which you can raise the bass (and no additional instruments are needed to switch).
The headphone housings are handcrafted from acrylic resin, but an important part of the design is the wood trim on the outside, unique to each SA6 pair and varnished. The model is equipped with a DUW-03 cable with silver-plated copper conductors and two-pin connectors.
Modular cable: you can choose the required plug for connection from three available: 2.5, 3.5 and 4.4mm, plus there is also a screw-on adapter for 6.35mm. Also included are 11 pairs of ear pads and a cleaning brush. The headphones play in the range from 5 Hz to 40 kHz, have a sensitivity of 113dB and an impedance of 60 ohms.
In the US, Dunu Studio SA6 will appear on September 10 at a price of $550.