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post #2131 of 3641

Yeah that case is too big for a pocket. You could try the Westone monitor vault if you want something that can fit in a pocket.I thought the Earsonics case was good.
 


Edited by Zalithian - 2/13/13 at 5:14pm
post #2132 of 3641
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Yeah that case is too big for a pocket. You could try the Westone monitor vault if you want something that can fit in a pocket.
 

 

Heard about that, but I've also heard that it breaks pretty quickly...

post #2133 of 3641
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Heard about that, but I've also heard that it breaks pretty quickly...

I rarely use my Westone monitor vault but it still broke after just 6 months. The plastic lock crack and now it can't close.

post #2134 of 3641
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I rarely use my Westone monitor vault but it still broke after just 6 months. The plastic lock crack and now it can't close.

 

Yup, looks like its the Pelican for me :)

post #2135 of 3641

W4 has been my favorite IEM for a while despite the arrival of JH13, ES5, K3003 and a lot other high end models. It's neutral yet it has got magical vocals alot other neutral IEMs may lack.

334 has the greatest "WOW" effect when I first listen to them. However, it can get fatigue if you are used to the W4 sound signature simply because its mid-low end happen to be quite in your face and the highs are also more present than on the W4. However, paired with the right source, the 334 can be truly amazing.

post #2136 of 3641

I use the Shure case that came with the SE535Ltd for my 334 when I am out and about.

 

Just the right size so that you do not have to wind the cable too tightly and tall enough so the actual earpieces with the memory wire are not squashed. 

post #2137 of 3641

Just found this new review http://thetentativepedant.blogspot.com/2013/01/fit-ear-to-go-334-iems.html

 

If its been posted already.... so sorry

 

Yes Lee I can really hear a difference. ksc75smile.gif

post #2138 of 3641
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Just found this new review http://thetentativepedant.blogspot.com/2013/01/fit-ear-to-go-334-iems.html

 

If its been posted already.... so sorry

 

Yes Lee I can really hear a difference. ksc75smile.gif


Got my 8As in ;).

post #2139 of 3641
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Got my 8As in ;).

Cool! I'm gonna read all about it. You've been very patient.

post #2140 of 3641
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Just found this new review http://thetentativepedant.blogspot.com/2013/01/fit-ear-to-go-334-iems.html

 

If its been posted already.... so sorry

 

Yes Lee I can really hear a difference. ksc75smile.gif

 

Those review is very informative. smily_headphones1.gif

 

Thanks for the link.

post #2141 of 3641
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I rarely use my Westone monitor vault but it still broke after just 6 months. The plastic lock crack and now it can't close.

 

Yup, looks like its the Pelican for me :)

If you carry both rig and iems i have found kangatec.com to be a very practical product. 

post #2142 of 3641
How does this compare in terms of sound signature to the 333s?

On a side note: we can't order direct from FitEar's Jap website can we? The prices on global sites seem to be way higher...?
Edited by cravenz - 2/14/13 at 7:41am
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How does this compare in terms of sound signature to the 333s?

On a side note: we can't order direct from FitEar's Jap website can we? The prices on global sites seem to be way higher...?

FT! directly only sells in Japan.

post #2144 of 3641
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FT! directly only sells in Japan.

Bummer. There goes my idea of getting the universal maybe.
Edited by cravenz - 2/14/13 at 1:07pm
post #2145 of 3641
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FT! directly only sells in Japan.

 

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Bummer. There goes my idea of getting the universal maybe.

You can still get the 111 and 334 models when there is stock, because they are universals and sold by other dealers just not just FitEar themselves. I bought my 334s from Musica Acoustics all went smoothly with them.

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