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FitEar Private 333

FitEar Private 333

“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

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FitEar TO GO! 334

FitEar TO GO! 334

“     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

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FitEar MH334 custom in-ear monitor

FitEar MH334 custom in-ear monitor

“I've had these for a several months now, I was amazed when I bought them and they continue to amaze me. I've had my share of Etymotics, Westones and Shures, over the years (and with flights and funds increasing) upgrading through their ranges. I've also been upgrading the sources; having rediscovered mobile music (from Walkman days) with an iPad mini, then various Nanos, then phones. I...” --Stonemanty

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FitEar To Go! Parterre

FitEar To Go! Parterre

“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

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FitEar MH335DW Custom In-Ear Monitors

FitEar MH335DW Custom In-Ear Monitors

“One of the most divisive models in the Fitear range of IEMs is the MH335DW. The MH335DW is a bit of an enigma. There are those who swear that it is too bass heavy with its double woofers. There are others who shrug their shoulders and go “What bass?”   As stated on the Fitear website, like the MH334, the MH335DW is voiced by one of Japan's top mastering engineers, Mitsuharu Harada. In...” --Kiats

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FitEar fitear

FitEar fitear

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

Panasonic sealed earphone high-res sound source Silver RP-HDE10-S

Panasonic sealed earphone high-res sound source Silver RP-HDE10-S

“  On my quest for the perfect sounding IEM for mobile use I came across these headphones that are rather underrepresented in the forum. The Panasonic RP-HDE10 are technically quite interesting as their 11,5mm MLF (multi-layered film) dynamic driver is actuated from both sides by a "HD Axial Dual Driver Unit" — a double set of coils and magnets. Enough proprietary tech to get me...” --Ralphee

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Panasonic RP-HJE900

Panasonic RP-HJE900

“ Review is here: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/502289/panasonic-rp-hje900-zirconia-review ” --dfkt

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Panasonic RP-HJE450-K

Panasonic RP-HJE450-K

“ The sound reminds me of the PX100. It is warm and detailed, with plenty of bass. It has more bass impact but less detail than the HJE355. The HJE355 also has better detail, better highs, and seems to isolate better. I bought the HJE450 before I bought the HJE355. Even though the HJE450 is good, I prefer the less expensive HJE355. ” --JK1

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