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post #2851 of 3631
Looks amazing, can u tell me what are the differences between 334 and 335? Thank u very much.
post #2852 of 3631

TG334 is a universal 4 driver (1 low frequency):

 

http://fitear.jp/music/product/fiteartogo.html

 

MH335DW is a custom (molded to fit) 5 driver (2 low frequency)

 

http://fitear.jp/music/product/mh335dw.html

post #2853 of 3631
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post

 

MH335DW is a custom (molded to fit) 5 driver (2 low frequency)

 

http://fitear.jp/music/product/mh335dw.html

The FT!435 is the only CIEM available today which I would consider.

 

I've corrected myself. After reading the latest review of the 435.


Edited by Saraguie - 7/15/13 at 10:33pm
post #2854 of 3631
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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

This is the only CIEM available today which I would consider.

After having MH335DW, I almost don't want to switch to other IEM at all.

post #2855 of 3631
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Originally Posted by KraftD1 View Post

I can see what you are getting at in the pics. Just threw them in quick since it was more about the memory wire.

Oh, your pictures were useful, please don't misunderstand. I was thinking about cable plug ergonomics, is all, for this cable and cables in general. The new CIEM cable from UE, for instance, is angled. I need to ask someone how more practical it really is. Probably Average_Joe.
post #2856 of 3631
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Originally Posted by Sinocelt View Post

Oh, your pictures were useful, please don't misunderstand. I was thinking about cable plug ergonomics, is all, for this cable and cables in general. The new CIEM cable from UE, for instance, is angled. I need to ask someone how more practical it really is. Probably Average_Joe.

I have this:


But didn't notice any changes in comfort as a result of the angled connectors. Ymmv
post #2857 of 3631
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

I have this:


But didn't notice any changes in comfort as a result of the angled connectors. Ymmv

Thank you for your feedback. cool.gif

Could you take a picture of these in your ears?
Edited by Sinocelt - 7/15/13 at 10:06pm
post #2858 of 3631
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Thank you for your feedback. cool.gif

Could you take a picture of these in your ears?

I'm on a trip and don't have these with me at the moment. Will share later but I can't imagine how the connector angle made a difference. But then my 334 sit flushed on my ears even without the cable attached.
post #2859 of 3631

Anyone  had compare sound presentation between TG334 with Parterre ? specially  mid region?

post #2860 of 3631
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

I'm on a trip and don't have these with me at the moment.

I see. No choice then.

Cancel your trip.

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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

But then my 334 sit flushed on my ears even without the cable attached.

Well, it is easier without the cable. tongue.gif
post #2861 of 3631
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Originally Posted by Sinocelt View Post

Well, it is easier without the cable. tongue.gif

 

Did you try using the chip strap to help limit cable movement and microphonics?  

post #2862 of 3631
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Originally Posted by miprasetya View Post

Anyone  had compare sound presentation between TG334 with Parterre ? specially  mid region?

they really shouldn't be compared at all to be honest, everything is different Parterre has more of the infamous 3khz than the 334. and overall sound is done with that idea of having a feeling of more punch and authority. what people usually mistake for dynamic.

I will make a bad (and false) caricature and say that the parterre is closer to a neutral sound. plz don't go thinking that it sounds like an er4, the f111 already didn't and the Parterre has more bass. and how could I compare the axial imaging of the er4 to the great layered sound of fitear.

the only common thing i get with both Parterre and er4 is the authority they offer. thing I personally find great on classical music but fatiguing on rock. in that perspective I can really get why they would recommend Parterre over 334 for classic.

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Sinocelt View Post

Oh, your pictures were useful, please don't misunderstand. I was thinking about cable plug ergonomics, is all, for this cable and cables in general. The new CIEM cable from UE, for instance, is angled. I need to ask someone how more practical it really is. Probably Average_Joe.

all i see is that the stress point on the cable is moved farther where the ear will support it. so I would bet on better life spawn (unless you decide to sleep on them) .

I've tried some angled plugs like that 2weeks ago and didn't feel any difference. I will probably go for it on my next cables as I was already pretty much doing this by using only 1cm of memory wire right angled on my jh13.

post #2863 of 3631
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Originally Posted by castleofargh View Post

all i see is that the stress point on the cable is moved farther where the ear will support it.

That's true. Though I've seen angled plugs with the angle closer to the earphone. Something like this:



This, however, is only a render. Aurisonics never actually sold their CIEMs with that cable.
post #2864 of 3631
I did a search but couldn't find the answer. Do we know what the stock 001 cable is made of? Silver? Copper? SPC? OCC?

Thanks
post #2865 of 3631
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Originally Posted by ariesq View Post

I did a search but couldn't find the answer. Do we know what the stock 001 cable is made of? Silver? Copper? SPC? OCC?

Thanks

I understand 001 is copper, 000 is silver plated copper.
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