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post #1906 of 4412

It's definitely a he cool.gif

 

Maybe a bit late, but I'll try to explain the issue regarding TG334's slow-decaying bass congesting the whole presentation might have something to do with the fit/insertion. When fit/insertion is imperfect (for TG334, this is often the case with my ears), the bass might overpower the mids/treble, congesting the whole presentation.

 

When fit/insertion is perfect, however, the sheer size of TG334's soundstage in addition to its excellent separation will result in non-congested presentation, with the bass, even with the slow note decay, occupying a space in/around your head separately and unobtrusively from the mids' and the treble's space in/around your head. Problem for me was, getting that perfect fit was hard due to the size/shape of my ears and the size/shape of the IEM itself.

 

Had the fit been perfect, I would've bought the TG334. But alas, me and TG334 weren't meant to be together in this life.


Edited by Deadlovestory - 1/14/13 at 5:42am
post #1907 of 4412
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Originally Posted by Deadlovestory View Post

It's definitely a he cool.gif

 

Maybe a bit late, but I'll try to the issue regarding TG334's slow-decaying bass congesting the whole presentation might have something to do with the fit/insertion. When fit/insertion is imperfect (for TG334, this is often the case with my ears), the bass might overpower the mids/treble, congesting the whole presentation.

 

When fit/insertion is perfect, however, the sheer size of TG334's soundstage in addition to its excellent separation will result in non-congested presentation, with the bass, even with the slow note decay, occupying a space in/around your head separately and unobtrusively from the mids' and the treble's space in/around your head. Problem for me was, getting that perfect fit was hard due to the size/shape of my ears and the size/shape of the IEM itself.

 

Had the fit been perfect, I would've bought the TG334. But alas, me and TG334 weren't meant to be together in this life.

 

 

 

YOU NAILED IT

post #1908 of 4412
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Originally Posted by Deadlovestory View Post

It's definitely a he cool.gif

 

Maybe a bit late, but I'll try to explain the issue regarding TG334's slow-decaying bass congesting the whole presentation might have something to do with the fit/insertion. When fit/insertion is imperfect (for TG334, this is often the case with my ears), the bass might overpower the mids/treble, congesting the whole presentation.

 

When fit/insertion is perfect, however, the sheer size of TG334's soundstage in addition to its excellent separation will result in non-congested presentation, with the bass, even with the slow note decay, occupying a space in/around your head separately and unobtrusively from the mids' and the treble's space in/around your head. Problem for me was, getting that perfect fit was hard due to the size/shape of my ears and the size/shape of the IEM itself.

 

Had the fit been perfect, I would've bought the TG334. But alas, me and TG334 weren't meant to be together in this life.

I'm really blessed to have gotten the perfect fit resulting in a amazing sounding IEM smily_headphones1.gif

post #1909 of 4412
Now are we not blessed sara? On the amp to go with the 334's, VZero said his Intruder stumped his continental v2. I begged to differ out of the box for the Intruder. Guess what, 150 hours later on it, and my Continental has shipped already. Sums it up for me really. 334/clas/intruder man I'm impressed.
post #1910 of 4412
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Now are we not blessed sara? On the amp to go with the 334's, VZero said his Intruder stumped his continental v2. I begged to differ out of the box for the Intruder. Guess what, 150 hours later on it, and my Continental has shipped already. Sums it up for me really. 334/clas/intruder man I'm impressed.

Ho ho smily_headphones1.gif

Intruder ftw!
post #1911 of 4412
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Originally Posted by Deadlovestory View Post

It's definitely a he cool.gif

 

Maybe a bit late, but I'll try to explain the issue regarding TG334's slow-decaying bass congesting the whole presentation might have something to do with the fit/insertion. When fit/insertion is imperfect (for TG334, this is often the case with my ears), the bass might overpower the mids/treble, congesting the whole presentation.

 

When fit/insertion is perfect, however, the sheer size of TG334's soundstage in addition to its excellent separation will result in non-congested presentation, with the bass, even with the slow note decay, occupying a space in/around your head separately and unobtrusively from the mids' and the treble's space in/around your head. Problem for me was, getting that perfect fit was hard due to the size/shape of my ears and the size/shape of the IEM itself.

 

Had the fit been perfect, I would've bought the TG334. But alas, me and TG334 weren't meant to be together in this life.


I don't really think this was the case for me. The fit was spot on. In fact it was so good they fit my ears like customs, so a very good seal. Unless you are saying having a very good fit leads to this overbearing bass? Because the isolation I got on them was superb.

post #1912 of 4412

So happy here, that I must post a pic of my updated toy!  ksc75smile.gif

post #1913 of 4412
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So happy here, that I must post a pic of my updated toy!  ksc75smile.gif


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post #1914 of 4412
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So happy here, that I must post a pic of my updated toy!  ksc75smile.gif


Fantastic!
post #1915 of 4412

Btw, is MH335DW available for international buyers?

I heard that it was Japan only.popcorn.gif

post #1916 of 4412
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Btw, is MH335DW available for international buyers?

I heard that it was Japan only.popcorn.gif

 

It's possible but have to go through very few store that deal with Fitear. I know that Jaben accept MH335DW order. I know some people in Thailand that got MH335DW from them. If you want to order directly from Fitear, they won't accepting your order.

post #1917 of 4412
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It's possible but have to go through very few store that deal with Fitear. I know that Jaben accept MH335DW order. I know some people in Thailand that got MH335DW from them. If you want to order directly from Fitear, they won't accepting your order.

Why not? 

post #1918 of 4412

It could be regarding the shipping and taxes. At least that was Spiral Ears reasoning.
 

post #1919 of 4412
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

 

It's possible but have to go through very few store that deal with Fitear. I know that Jaben accept MH335DW order. I know some people in Thailand that got MH335DW from them. If you want to order directly from Fitear, they won't accepting your order.

 
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Originally Posted by xinghui0711 View Post

Why not? 

 

It's the company policy.

post #1920 of 4412
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Why not? 

 

They need ear molds done by authorized audiologists or people who Suyama personally instructed, and to his requirements. 

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