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post #61 of 73
From what I read prototype FitEar 668 seems to have some problems and Suyama has cancelled releasing it...

By the way I suppose the flagship of Suyama is FitEar 435, which is designed for monitor/pro-use which means has a flat frequency response (fwir), how do FitEar 333 compares to its brother? Umm perhaps there is no one owning these two...

Ya and in the mean time anticipating your review shigzeo! FitEar 333 actually costs around 200 bucks less than JH13...
post #62 of 73
Fitear 668 rev.2?



Fitear 335 rev.1?

post #63 of 73
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Ya and in the mean time anticipating your review shigzeo! FitEar 333 actually costs around 200 bucks less than JH13...
... and $100 more than the JH10X3, which has the same number of drivers and the same type of crossover. It also costs $50 more than the ES3X, which also have the same number of drivers and the same type of crossover.
post #64 of 73
interesting to hear. Want to take them for a spin, but Fitear still refuses to answer my emails on the review.
post #65 of 73
I was a bit interested of it!
BTW how about the SQ!??
post #66 of 73
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Originally Posted by Sinocelt View Post
... and $100 more than the JH10X3, which has the same number of drivers and the same type of crossover. It also costs $50 more than the ES3X, which also have the same number of drivers and the same type of crossover.
they are Made in Japan.
2009, not before WWII.
post #67 of 73
I'd be interested to see how this goes. I've got a fair bit of faith in the Japanese =)

'cept the prices might be kinda steeeeeeep.
post #68 of 73
my review is scheduled to publish next week, but... i have hit delays before! care for a sneak peak?
post #69 of 73
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my review is scheduled to publish next week, but... i have hit delays before! care for a sneak peak?
YES PLEASE!

Especially because I'm about to bite the bullet and might get the JH13s tomorrow!

Thanks alot!

ps. Interested in 3-bore vs 2-bore design of traditional customs
post #70 of 73
I found a universal version of the 333. Certainly just to let people try the sound before they buy the customs.
post #71 of 73
Hmmm interesting.
post #72 of 73
just audit all suyama customs. here are my views compared with JH13. Source: laptop + Pico DAC + FLAC

435:
Highs more forward - I can hear more stuff in Ayumi music
Mids more forward - I can hear Ayumi's voice more but not as smooth
Lows more neutral than JH13 - those who like bass will not like this. its similar to CD900st bass.

I prefer 435 over JH13 although it hasn't been burned in yet. It is also much easier to drive than JH13. Those who like SF5pro forwardness will like this haha.

333:
Highs less forward than 435
Mids less forward than 435
Lows same as 435

This sounds similar to UE 10. Still need burn ins.

223:
Highs most forward - It is too forward for me. sounds like etymotic.
Mids bright sounding - Ayumi sounded thin to me
Lows not much - Maybe needs more burning in

Similar to etymotic but think it needs more burn ins.

Saturday I will go for a second try haha see if burn in changes things. haha...

The built is the best! crystal clear in the level of Swarovski. No dust, no fingerprints, no bubbles. Wires are neat and tidy. one more thing haha MADE IN JAPAN...
post #73 of 73

Thank you for the review and comments.

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