Another league.... yes, no comparison. Also all the reviews of ampohm sounding like mundorf that I've read, not even close totaly different capacitors in my experience..
Duelund, hardly detectable, it seems to me I'm listening to the other components more than the Duelund. It just fits, unfourtunatly because I hear the other components more now, I feel like I can hardly describe the Duelund. But.. it seems like things are put where they're supposed to be and they relatively remain put for the performance, Very natural harmonics present, Natural befitting Soundstage, dynamics like a mid row performance, excellent imaging and microdynamics. I have v-caps cutf right before them and some of the things I want to say about Duelund I think are because of the v-caps like a detectable sparkle or sheen, nice big even defining bass. Anyway they just fit! They give you a real performance!
Mundorf, smooth edges ie; liquid, but very dynamic seems like missing lower mids/upper bass somewhere, but plenty of bass, everything is in it's own space and comes out of black background and deep soundstage to the forefront of a textured bubble of sound with a musical and mid detailed image that's smooth. Also extended out both ends, trebles become louder but not pushier or forward. These are magical not real, but still a pleasure. Probally a Pink Floyd type cap.
Ampohm, more natural harmonics but flat dynamics. better balanced than mundorf, better bass but not more, and although the dynamics are less they're a quicker cap, for a more accurate timbre.
KBG, Natural enough sounding harmonic mids, but compressed mids, airy but unstable highs, too washed in the highs. Nice enough bass, I've heard allot worse.