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post #76 of 3523

Drivers not only have to do with soundstage, but sound on the overall too. More drivers does not = a better sound. Furthermore, fitear are known to be really good at tuning, an IEM with less drivers can compete with those with 2x more. 

post #77 of 3523
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Drivers not only have to do with soundstage, ...


I think you misread my post, I said:

 

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The number of drivers has absolutely nothing to do with soundstage size...

 

post #78 of 3523
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I think you misread my post, I said:

 

 


I know, I didn't misread it, I was just agreeing with you. 

post #79 of 3523
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I know, I didn't misread it, I was just agreeing with you. 


Oh, then I misread yours, lol. wink.gif

post #80 of 3523

I'm definitely looking forward to auditioning these. I think I'll go the Musica Acoustics route for importing them.

 

Edit: Oh, and I think we head-fiers should try to coordinate a campaign to get FitEar to more readily sell their customs to the rest of the world. : p


Edited by MuppetFace - 3/9/12 at 10:14am
post #81 of 3523

They're on my "need to buy" list also.

post #82 of 3523
Thread Starter 

The folks at FitEar took an X-ray of the TO GO! MH334...

 

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post #83 of 3523
Thread Starter 

More pictures that I got from FitEar's Twitter Gallery:

 

Looks like each TO GO! 334 shell is handmade, not machine-pressed.

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Assembled drivers ready for soldering?

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Undergoing G.R.A.S. testing...

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Edited by tomscy2000 - 3/9/12 at 11:14am
post #84 of 3523
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Originally Posted by tomscy2000 View Post

More pictures that I got from FitEar's Twitter Gallery:

 

Looks like each TO GO! 334 shell is handmade, not machine-pressed.

531171940.jpg?key=640480

 

Assembled drivers ready for soldering?

531174905.jpg?key=640480

 

Undergoing G.R.A.S. testing...

531195187.jpg?key=640480


Cool! Those guys at Japan are working hard!

 

post #85 of 3523
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post #86 of 3523

Pretty sizeable looking compared to the K3003s.

post #87 of 3523
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Originally Posted by RealSlimSeto View Post Pretty sizeable looking compared to the K3003s.


Well, the K3003 are pretty small. It makes sense that these are a lot larger.

 

post #88 of 3523
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Pretty sizeable looking compared to the K3003s.


x2. Not only the earpieces, the plug is anything but low profile. And the box is enormous for such a small item, zero chance for these to slip through customs unnoticed :(

post #89 of 3523

Seeing those shots with two of the three universal IEMs I want the most this year makes me drool a bit.

 

Just a bit.

post #90 of 3523

Also these may be more cumbersome than the K3003, but hey, they've got detachable cables!

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