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post #1546 of 3524

The 334's are so good that no one has time to post in the thread. The induced music psychedelia makes it hard to do anything but drool and listen.ksc75smile.gif

(btw: how do you know the stage floor is level? the drummer drools evenly from both sides of the mouth...)

post #1547 of 3524

Have finally decided how to spend my money!

 

Will be getting my 334's mid-December!!!

post #1548 of 3524
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Originally Posted by milarepa View Post

The 334's are so good that no one has time to post in the thread. The induced music psychedelia makes it hard to do anything but drool and listen.ksc75smile.gif

(btw: how do you know the stage floor is level? the drummer drools evenly from both sides of the mouth...)

beerchug.gif

post #1549 of 3524

Love your new avatar sara! Is that you in there?

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Love your new avatar sara! Is that you in there?

No only half of me  wink_face.gif

post #1551 of 3524

Not even the dark side of the force will accommodate such presence! rolleyes.gif

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Not even the dark side of the force will accommodate such presence! rolleyes.gif

Hehehehehe! 

post #1553 of 3524

Hello all,

 

I am trying to decide between the following to replace my lost JH16s and I'd be grateful for your opinions:

 

TG334

 

JH13

 

JH3A

 

My favorite sound signature ever is Grado SR60i, with the vent holes and quarter hole mods.

 

Any audiophiles out there who could offer a comparison or a recommendation?

post #1554 of 3524
I've only ever heard the 334 so I say 334.
post #1555 of 3524
I do not have jh 13 and jh 3 a , i have jh 16 pro like You .
If You like The Sound zig from jh 16 pro , i Am sure You like fit ear 334 to Go .
Fit ear 334 to Go has Better clarity and separation than My jh 16 pro .
Bass impact almost The same , file ear more Deep and detail bass
post #1556 of 3524
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Originally Posted by JCS View Post

Hello all,

 

I am trying to decide between the following to replace my lost JH16s and I'd be grateful for your opinions:

 

TG334

 

JH13

 

JH3A

 

My favorite sound signature ever is Grado SR60i, with the vent holes and quarter hole mods.

 

Any audiophiles out there who could offer a comparison or a recommendation?

 

I've only ever heard the TG334's unfortunately. However, I am interested to see how the new FreqPhase technology improved the original JH13 line.

post #1557 of 3524
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I do not have jh 13 and jh 3 a , i have jh 16 pro like You .
If You like The Sound zig from jh 16 pro , i Am sure You like fit ear 334 to Go .
Fit ear 334 to Go has Better clarity and separation than My jh 16 pro .
Bass impact almost The same , file ear more Deep and detail bass

You wish...

My jh13 has better separation and clarity than 334... 

post #1558 of 3524
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Originally Posted by czqdtc View Post

You wish...

My jh13 has better separation and clarity than 334... 

 

 

 

How would you know what he's hearing? Perhaps he's found the ideal tips for the TG!334 and is actually getting the results described. Likewise, I don't doubt at all for one reason or another you're hearing your set of JH13's as clearer...  


Edited by cn11 - 11/30/12 at 7:17am
post #1559 of 3524
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Originally Posted by temporaryname View Post

 

I've only ever heard the TG334's unfortunately. However, I am interested to see how the new FreqPhase technology improved the original JH13 line.

Here's my take on my JH16 to the TG334s. I got this yesterday and I am using my J3 and DX100 as dap. On normal case I use eq on my jh16 to make it sound more mid-forward, but still the midrange is thin for me, coming from SM3, W4 or EX1000. So when I had the Fitears, I'm glad that I don't need to EQ them anymore. The sound from TG334s is meatier and creamier compared to the JH16s. Although in the expense of faster note decay, TG334 tend to be more musical and detailed At the same time. It doesn't bring the detail forward like the DBA02s but it is all in the layers and with pin-point accuracy. Athough the JH16 is no slouch at this area but IMO the TG334 has more resolution.

 

I am enjoying the TG334s with all the genres only less on electronic or trance music. The TG334 doesnt have the fast and clean response of the JH16, so that its more musical in a way that it retain its notes much longer and does not present analytical.

 

As of now that is my only comparison.

post #1560 of 3524
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Originally Posted by kingice10 View Post

Here's my take on my JH16 to the TG334s. I got this yesterday and I am using my J3 and DX100 as dap. On normal case I use eq on my jh16 to make it sound more mid-forward, but still the midrange is thin for me, coming from SM3, W4 or EX1000. So when I had the Fitears, I'm glad that I don't need to EQ them anymore. The sound from TG334s is meatier and creamier compared to the JH16s. Although in the expense of faster note decay, TG334 tend to be more musical and detailed At the same time. It doesn't bring the detail forward like the DBA02s but it is all in the layers and with pin-point accuracy. Athough the JH16 is no slouch at this area but IMO the TG334 has more resolution.

 

I am enjoying the TG334s with all the genres only less on electronic or trance music. The TG334 doesnt have the fast and clean response of the JH16, so that its more musical in a way that it retain its notes much longer and does not present analytical.

 

As of now that is my only comparison.

 

Do you think this is due to the 334s bass? The bass is quite thick and may be contributing to that musicality you speak of (lingering notes).

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