Dunu released their latest hybrid pair this time with a triple-hybrid setup consisting of a DD, BA, and two EST drivers, called the DUNU EST112. It sets a new benchmark for hybrid IEMs with its unique triple-hybrid configuration at just 489.99$. It will be available for pre-order starting 27th March and will officially release on March 31st

DUNU’s latest EST112 features a four-driver triple-hybrid setup consisting of one powerful dynamic driver, one premium balanced armature driver, and two high-performance Electrostatic drivers. This is the first triple-hybrid driver IEM from DUNU featuring Electrostatic drivers.

DUNU has equipped the EST112 with its third-generation 13.5mm large dynamic woofer. It has a dual-sided beryllium coating that makes the diaphragm thicker with a finer, more regular grain pattern. It helps bass and lower midrange frequencies maintain their palpable texture and separation with ultra-low distortion ratings.

DUNU has designed an all-new shell package that encapsulates the re-engineered driver circuitry. The ear cavities are made with a high-precision machining process using lightweight and durable aluminium alloy material. They are finished with scratch-resistant gunmetal anodizing and feature polished stainless steel faceplates.

DUNU bundles the EST112 with its premium DUW-02S cable. It is a high-quality Litz braided silver-plated copper cable with DUNU’s patented Quick-Switch modular plug system. Apart from the standard 3.5mm single-ended plug, the package includes 2.5mm and 4.4mm balanced termination plugs.


>Quad-driver Triple-hybrid setup.

>Third-generation 13.5mm dynamic driver unit with beryllium coated diaphragm.

>Custom Knowles mid-high balanced armature driver.

>Two high-performance Sonion EST drivers.

>All-new Aluminium alloy body with stainless steel faceplates.

>Litz braided silver-plated copper cable with DUNU’s patented Quick-Switch modular plug system.

>Gentle & Resolving sound signature.

>Impedance: 10Ω @ 1kHz.

>Frequency Response: 5Hz-40kHz.

>Sensitivity: 110±1dB @ 1kHz.

>THD+N: <0.3% @ 1kHz.