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post #1846 of 3771
http://sonove.angry.jp/FitEarToGo334.html TG334's FR. Someone probably posted it already, but I just want to point out that TG334 is indeed bumped up in the lower end. You know, if you can afford multiple hi-end customs and is thinking of getting FitEar, why not just go to Japan on a vacation? Spend an extra day or two in Tokyo to demo some FitEar in e-earphone/fujiya avic and get your impressions done at FitEar head office ince you've decided tongue.gif *edit* sorry for the multiple post, iPhone being retarded.
Edited by Deadlovestory - 1/10/13 at 9:28pm
post #1847 of 3771
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


lol have you not demoed the 334? It is bass heavy ;).


For 5 seconds before my friends pulled me out of jaben.

post #1848 of 3771
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Originally Posted by iamdacow View Post


For 5 seconds before my friends pulled me out of jaben.


Well if you can try and spend more time with it and maybe with material you are use to. Can you use your own sources to drive them? Personally I still very much enjoyed the IEM. I am a fan of bass-heavy IEMs myself. But that is not everyone's cup of tea either lol. Especially if you are coming from the JH13 which are more so neutral IEMs I think it would be quite different for you. Although different is a good thing IMO. Better than having a side grade :).


Edited by lee730 - 1/10/13 at 9:34pm
post #1849 of 3771
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


Well if you can try and spend more time with it and maybe with material you are use to. Can you use your own sources to drive them? Personally I still very much enjoyed the IEM. I am a fan of bass-heavy IEMs myself. But that is not everyone's cup of tea either lol. Especially if you are coming from the JH13 which are more so neutral IEMs I think it would be quite different for you. Although different is a good thing IMO. Better than having a side grade :).


Hmm i see your point. As with regards to the my sources, they are more than capable of driving the 334. But yes i agree i definately have to audition it for a longer period of time and then maybe i will be intoxicated by it, and there goes the wallet bye bye $$$

post #1850 of 3771
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Originally Posted by Deadlovestory View Post

http://sonove.angry.jp/FitEarToGo334.html TG334's FR. Someone probably posted it already, but I just want to point out that TG334 is indeed bumped up in the lower end. You know, if you can afford multiple hi-end customs and is thinking of getting FitEar, why not just go to Japan on a vacation? Spend an extra day or two in Tokyo to demo some FitEar in e-earphone/fujiya avic and get your impressions done at FitEar head office ince you've decided tongue.gif *edit* sorry for the multiple post, iPhone being retarded.

Lol i was in japan just two weeks back, the best part was that i didnt know their office was in the same district as my hotel tongue.gif

post #1851 of 3771

I have a chance to try MH335DW, 1plus2, and Monet yesterday in Tokyo. MH335DW is indeed improved from 334 especially on the low end. I have to admit that 1plus2 is very impressive in both low and high region. Monet is something that I want to try for a long time but I a little bit disappoint after trying it.

post #1852 of 3771
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I have a chance to try MH335DW, 1plus2, and Monet yesterday in Tokyo. MH335DW is indeed improved from 334 especially on the low end. I have to admit that 1plus2 is very impressive in both low and high region. Monet is something that I want to try for a long time but I a little bit disappoint after trying it.


Sorry but what is the monet built for?

post #1853 of 3771

^ what kind of signature are you actually looking for?

post #1854 of 3771
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Sorry but what is the monet built for?

 

Monet is the newest CIEM from Fitear. It's tuned for "Anime song" (claimed by Suyama san). The configuration is also 334 (3 ways 3 units 4 drivers) but arrange differently from MH334. Low and Mid are 1 unit with 2 driver. There are High 1 and High 2 with 1 driver for each.

 

http://fitear.jp/monet/index.html

post #1855 of 3771
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

Monet is the newest CIEM from Fitear. It's tuned for "Anime song" (claimed by Suyama san). The configuration is also 334 (3 ways 3 units 4 drivers) but arrange differently from MH334. Low and Mid are 1 unit with 2 driver. There are High 1 and High 2 with 1 driver for each.

 

http://fitear.jp/monet/index.html

Indeed. Apparently Suyama-san likes anime songs lol. But to be more specific, Monet is supposedly intended to provide extra high-energy, sparkly and detailed highs and forward female vocals (perfect for maniacs/otakus/anime freaks/vocaloid fans I suppose?) as hinted by the driver arrangement.

 

And based on my short demo session, it does deliver what it is intended to do, lol.


Edited by Deadlovestory - 1/11/13 at 5:42am
post #1856 of 3771
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Originally Posted by Deadlovestory View Post

Indeed. Apparently Suyama-san likes anime songs lol. But to be more specific, Monet is intended to provide extra high-energy, sparkly and detailed highs and forward female vocals (perfect for maniacs/otakus/anime freaks/vocaloid fans I suppose?) as hinted by the driver arrangement.

 

And based on my short demo session, it does deliver what it is intended to do, lol.

 

The feeling that I got after trying Monet is "Wow this thing is so sparkling" but I still prefer my TG334 than Monet. The main reason is that it loose a lot of details at low and mid. It sound a lot darker compare to my TG334. 

post #1857 of 3771
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The feeling that I got after trying Monet is "Wow this thing is so sparkling" but I still prefer my TG334 than Monet. The main reason is that it loose a lot of details at low and mid. It sound a lot darker compare to my TG334. 

Yea, I can see where you are coming from, I personally dislike Monet myself. But I'm surprised you think Monet is darker than TG334, I think figuratively speaking Monet is as bright and sparkly as morning sun. It does a bit of details at low and mid. But then again, most of the details in your typical Vocaloid or Geeky anime tracks are in the upper-mids and highs....Right? So theoretically it should fit jpop/anime songs well. I'm not sure though, I have an aversion to those kind of otaku music stuff so I might be wrong.

 

It's a matter of personal preference I suppose, I know people who loves the sound sig of Monet~


Edited by Deadlovestory - 1/11/13 at 5:41am
post #1858 of 3771
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

 

The feeling that I got after trying Monet is "Wow this thing is so sparkling" but I still prefer my TG334 than Monet. The main reason is that it loose a lot of details at low and mid. It sound a lot darker compare to my TG334. 

Shouldn't that be the other way round?

 

I know a guy who's also into Jpop and anime OSTs and he loves the Monet so much that it can even rival his JH13 for that range of music lol.

 

Personally I found the TG334 has too much bass for anime OST as well. Jpop generally focuses more in the upper spectrum compared to other countries' pop.

post #1859 of 3771

Sounds like the Monet is sort of built for one genre and only one genre of music but does it beautifully. Seems like the monet is out.

post #1860 of 3771
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Shouldn't that be the other way round?

 

I know a guy who's also into Jpop and anime OSTs and he loves the Monet so much that it can even rival his JH13 for that range of music lol.

 

Personally I found the TG334 has too much bass for anime OST as well. Jpop generally focuses more in the upper spectrum compared to other countries' pop.

 

Yeah, I know. It should be the other way but with the type of music that I listen, it make Monet sound darker overall.

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