“I don’t get asked very often about the Private 333 amongst the Fitear customs I own. Nor do you hear people raving about it as you might in respect of the C435, the MH 334 and the MH335DW. That is quite a pity because the 333 has its own charms. In fact, in a sense the 333 is probably one of the clearest yet intimate of the Fitear range of customs. My pair of 333s have been...” --Kiats
“I have been listening on AKG Q350 for quite a while now, and I have to say these are actually pretty decent in ear headphones, particularly in terms of its balanced sound and the design, for the price, at least in my opinion. Actually, this earphone was actually an impulsive purchase for me as I was under a lot of stress with work at that time, so I need to splurge my hard earned money on...” --phdgangster
“I must admit, the AKG K3003 was not something that I ever wanted to purchase when they first came out. At $1,600 CAD ($1,200 USD), they were probably the most expensive IEMs available at the time. In a world where you could buy custom IEMs for less money and have more drivers, I (like many others) dismissed these initially. A pair of JH Audio JH13 was much more...” --Audioscope
K3003 earphones provide you with one-of-a-kind personal sound-tuning capabilities. By changing the sound-tuning filters, you can adjust for three precise sound-output preferences directly into your ear. These adjustable, precision-machined mechanical filters allow for bass, mid or high frequencies to be modulated. The K3003 earphones set a new benchmark in audio quality. By pioneering the...
AKG K374 high-performance in-ear headphones deliver the kind of studio-level sound that makes you want keep them in long enough to hear your entire music library. And you actually can, thanks to a new design optimized for longwearing comfort. AKG K374 in-ear headphones come with soft, malleable silicone sleeves in three different sizes. They fit perfectly in ears of every size so that nothing...
“One of the most underrated models in the Fitear range of IEMs is the MH334. As stated on the Fitear website, the MH334 is voiced by one of Japan's top mastering engineers, Mitsuharu Harada, In fact, the MH334 was designed to be a mastering studio reference monitor. So, this would be the natural choice for someone looking for a more natural but nonetheless clear sound. In fact, I...” --Kiats
“I've had my Parterre for a few days now which has given me the opportunity to listen to them extensively. I have little experience with iem's but I do own the HD800 and T1 as my reference headphones. My listening preference is mostly classical music. I was attracted to these Parterre because I read a statement from the designer that these were created for classical and acoustic...” --Chodi
FitEar reached a new milestone with their self-titled fitear universal monitor. Born from a new approach meant to deliver the ideal sound, the fitear utlizes the expertise accumulated over the development of various products and "resets" the conventional ways we think about sound. http://fitear.jp/music/product/fitear.html
“ Package: - 3 Pairs of silicone tips - Cleaning Tool - Cable Clip - Pouch - Box - Pelican1010 - Carabiner manufacturing: it's a handmade tank! Everything in the 334 feels of strength, the acrylic shell is thick and makes my jh13 look fragile. The IEM connectors are almost identical to what you have on a HD650. For me, this is a good choice because it avoids the usual...” --castleofargh
AKG K391 NC in-ear headphones turn a noisy space into a private concert or screening. Compact and easy to travel with, these noise-cancelling, in-ear headphones will make anything from a crowded airplane to a subway seem downright peaceful while delivering powerful, detailed sound directly to your ears. We've included a premium carrying bag, and an in-line microphone allows you to answer...