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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

TF10 didn't have anything resting on the ear outside of the canal and needed wire support. This looks like it should stay put without help.


agree , i must , tf10 was just a curved barrel , but TG334 has better ergonomics . still , to me , its a tf10 with muscles .

post #9062 of 14693
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Originally Posted by RobotsEatCookie View Post

Enjoyed reading the TG! 334 review. Now all we need is to get you a 1plus2 to compare to :P

+1

Maybe the 1plus2 just might be able to top the "king"
post #9063 of 14693

The TG334 is the only really expensive IEM I'd think about buy but having said that I'm extremely happy with the SM3 V2 and see no reason to spend $1000 more to get them.

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Added the FitEar TG334

 

 

And it only took a century tongue.gif

post #9065 of 14693

This TG334 review makes me want joker to get an fxz200 or fxz100 (both only availabe through Japan).
Especially because the cost is sooo much lower with the 100 in same range as gr07

post #9066 of 14693

I think after the tg334, everyone's more excited of the tg334 goin toe-to-toe with the newly revised tralucent audio 1plus2 w/ gold plated cable..

 

I wish joker had the chance to also listen on the tg334s with 000 cables..

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Added the FitEar TG334

 

wow!eek.gif

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by shotgunshane View Post

Very enjoyable read on the TG334!

 

Thanks. You took a big part in giving me the chance to write it beerchug.gif.

 

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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

That Fit Ear earphones reminds me of that UE earphone with the extra bass. I think it was UE5 EB?

 

Been a while since I've been near a pair of those. I think they were significantly uglier, better not say what they remind me of here in case any young'uns are reading. 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by DannyBai View Post

Another good read.  Glad to know the Miracles are still highly regarded and I don't need to shell out for the FitEar or anything else top-tier.  Thanks joker.

 

Highly regarded by myself, not sure what the consensus is these days. There are probably other customs that sound as good as or better than the Miracle, though evil_smiley.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Thanks ljokerl dude!

 

beerchug.gif

 

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Originally Posted by RobotsEatCookie View Post

Enjoyed reading the TG! 334 review. Now all we need is to get you a 1plus2 to compare to :P

 

Maybe next year.

 

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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Sounds like a great travel sig.

 

It does work well out and about but they look a little freaky and the isolation was too good for some of my commuting (also too good for the office). Should be great for those who take the subway. 

 

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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

TF10 didn't have anything resting on the ear outside of the canal and needed wire support. This looks like it should stay put without help.

 

This. For me the MH334 is much more secure in the ear than the TF10 and much more comfortable in the long run than some of the smaller ergo-fit IEMs such as the Creative Aurvana In-Ear 3 and SM3 v1.

 

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Originally Posted by Techno Kid View Post

The TG334 is the only really expensive IEM I'd think about buy but having said that I'm extremely happy with the SM3 V2 and see no reason to spend $1000 more to get them.

 

No doubt a difficult spend to swing for most. 

 

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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

 

And it only took a century tongue.gif

 

By that metric I started the TF10 review some time in the 1600s rolleyes.gif


Edited by ljokerl - 12/17/12 at 1:30am
post #9069 of 14693

Hi Joker!!

 

i am quite interested in the 1964 V3, and your comparisons with the FitEar 334 really piqued my interest today! How would you rate the V3 compared to the SM3 and westone 4? I owned the SM3 for a long time before I got tired with the thick mid range. My last high end IEM was the Heir Audio 4.Ai which I believe is somewhat similar to the westone 4, but had to get rid of it due to quite horrible fit issues. 

 

Thanks a lot!!

post #9070 of 14693

If anyone is interested, the SHE3580 and SHE3590 (basically the same thing, just newer) can both be had for $6 and $7, respectively at Marshalls (granted each store has a different inventory, but any that do have them will likely have them for under $10).

 

I've got to say, for the price, they're pretty great. I've got very limited experience with IEMs, but I really haven't heard that much of an improvement between the 3580 and other sets. Frankly, all IEMs I've heard sound slightly artificial to me, and the 3580 is no different, but hey, it's under $10...

post #9071 of 14693

@ljokerl
are you gonna make a review of the new vsonic vc-02 ?
I'm thinking between the vc-02 and the gr-02 (gr-02 because in your review it sounds(reads) pretty goodsmile.gif )

And since you make such awsome detailed reviews and comparisons, i think it would make my decision easier.

or do you suggest an other IEM in the same price range smile.gif


Edited by Innox - 12/17/12 at 3:56am
post #9072 of 14693

Great review on the TG334, and a very interesting read! Thanks! beerchug.gif

post #9073 of 14693
Very nice review man, thanks! And I think you really described the tg334 very well. But, Joker you should listen the tg334 with cable 000, to my ears everything is a notiable step up. Especially the highs, with stock cable I find some track has this uncomfortable piercing highs, but with cable 000 it becomes really smooth and more extended! I could swear it's not just in my head, but I really do hear it like that. Plus the soundstage becomes taller and wider and bass become 'tighter' but still speed remains the same.
Edited by ace8888 - 12/17/12 at 7:57am
post #9074 of 14693

Very nice review |joker|...you have compared them also with the current very good price-to-performance ratio iems which I had never heard yet. Currently this is one of the best sounding IEM that I have, only that it's very expensive (like a CIEM). I liked the presentation more than my JH16s, which has almost the same price here, and admittedly my favorite SM3. It's such a jewel.

post #9075 of 14693

As always, great review Joker. I enjoy reading all of your reviews. I also liked your comparisons... I love how you have such a high regard for the RE-262 that you'd compare it to this IEM costing 10x as much haha. Now, how about going back to reviewing IEMs not priced in the stratosphere ;) so as to increase our hunger to purchase more IEMS?

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