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Originally Posted by Audiowood View Post  Is there a distributor in us?

 

Unfortunately no, not for FitEar's customs. However, there may be certain proxies that might be able to provide a forwarding service.

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The more I read the review, the more I think i need to get this.. Is there any proxies that u know of? U can pm me if its inconvenient to post vendors here.
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Just want to report that Dacport sound superb with fitear 334. Slightly more treble energy, much better than full size amp Headroom ultra desktop. The dynamic & attack is fantastic. Its also next to zero hiss. I am surprise by this as Ipod and samsung S3 hiss much more than dacport.


Edited by Audiowood - 9/24/12 at 5:05pm
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Just want to report that Dacport sound superb with fitear 334.

 

I confirm. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Audiowood View Post  Just want to report that Dacport sound superb with fitear 334.

 

It'll sound even better with the 1 ohm factory mod...

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It'll sound even better with the 1 ohm factory mod...

 

A bit OT but I am curious as to why anyone would get a Dacport without the 1 ohm mod. Is it more volume (if this is adjusted accordingly)?

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Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post  A bit OT but I am curious as to why anyone would get a Dacport without the 1 ohm mod. Is it more volume (if this is adjusted accordingly)?

 

Current overload protection?

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Maybe.

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But among every earphone I've used, fit with the 334 is the most important thing to achieve first.

Cooper:
Have you tried the Grado GR8 tips or the EQ5 tips? Wonderful for me. I hope you find some good tips.

Can anyone suggest where to purchase these tips? I cannot seem to
find any unless they are attached to the earphones lol
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Can anyone suggest where to purchase these tips? I cannot seem to
find any unless they are attached to the earphones lol


Only place I know of, but there might be others that i'm not aware of.

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A while back some were asking for tip recommendations. I thought I'd share that Radio Shack Auvio tips work really well, especially if you need something single flange that is longer than the stock singles but shorter than the stock biflange. The Auvio tips are similar to hybrids but have larger bores and are longer.
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Just found that I have scratch on my 334, but from inside. Wut?

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Only place I know of, but there might be others that i'm not aware of.

Thanks......wish I would have known I just got mine from there. 

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Originally Posted by shotgunshane View Post

A while back some were asking for tip recommendations. I thought I'd share that Radio Shack Auvio tips work really well, especially if you need something single flange that is longer than the stock singles but shorter than the stock biflange. The Auvio tips are similar to hybrids but have larger bores and are longer.

Great will check it out.

 

I switched this morning from the stock mediums to the Complys T-500. Much better fit for me. After reading Shigzeo's comment "But among every earphone I've used, fit with the 334 is the most important thing to achieve first" I want to make sure that insertion depth, isolation is just right, so that I am getting the best SQ. So, I'll try as many as I can.


Edited by Saraguie - 9/25/12 at 9:17pm
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Does the 334 have any sonic benefits over the ER4S?

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What do you regard as a 'sonic benefit'?

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