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Originally Posted by nakedtoes View Post
 

yes the 000 cable is heavenly matched with TG334

 

I'm sure the 000 cable is a heavenly match with TG334 but unfortunately it's not a very good match for my wallet :D

post #3692 of 3704
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Originally Posted by nakedtoes View Post

yes the 000 cable is heavenly matched with TG334

For those who are curious about the options, I recall AnakChan did a comparison between the various options quite early on in the thread. smily_headphones1.gif
post #3693 of 3704
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Originally Posted by Francisk View Post
 

 

I'm sure the 000 cable is a heavenly match with TG334 but unfortunately it's not a very good match for my wallet :D

Impressions of the differences.:popcorn:

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Yes....just out of curiosity's sake....what's the impressions of the difference between BTG Starlight and the 000 cable?....for those that own both.

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Just my two cents worth on cables. I currently own the whiplash TWau and have had the chance to do some a/bing with a friend who has the Fitear 000 cables. It is my opinion that if you're considering getting the 000 cables, you may want to consider the TWau cable as well since their prices are very similar (in Singapore at least). Ergonomically, the 000 has nothing on the TWau since the TWau is extremely supple and comfortable despite being thicker than the 000. I still find the 000 too stiff and microphonic to be comfortable, and am not a fan of the memory wire section of the wire either (Then again, I'm really just not a fan of any memory wire).

In terms of SQ, I feel that the TWau lends a bit more air to the trebles and more depth to the bass compared to the fitear 000 cables with better detailing overall. At any rate, if you're in the market for cables at this price range, you couldn't go too wrong at least demoing the TWau if you get a chance too.
post #3696 of 3704

Thanks for the TWau info luminarae.

post #3697 of 3704

Just got a pair of JVC Spiral dot eartips for my TG334.
First impressions: dust magnet, sturdy.

So far it is doing quiet well, will use it for a few more days to give my comparison between ortofon tips VS Jvc SD tips for those who are interested.


Edited by TheLastDevil - 8/15/14 at 7:04am
post #3698 of 3704
I really like the Spiral Dot tips on the 334 and parterre.

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post #3699 of 3704
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Originally Posted by TheLastDevil View Post

Just got a pair of JVC Spiral dot eartips for my TG334.

First impressions: dust magnet, sturdy.


So far it is doing quiet well, will use it for a few more days to give my comparison between ortofon tips VS Jvc SD tips for those who are interested.
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post #3700 of 3704

I'm glad you guys are enjoying the Spiral Dot tips on your TG334 like I do. Just remember to adjust gently for the sweet spot and a good fit and you'll have an eargasm :D 

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Originally Posted by Francisk View Post
 

I'm glad you guys are enjoying the Spiral Dot tips on your TG334 like I do. Just remember to adjust gently for the sweet spot and a good fit and you'll have an eargasm :D 

What are these Spiral Dot tips you speak of?

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What are these Spiral Dot tips you speak of?

Here's a photo of the JVC Spiral Dot tips box set

 

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What are these Spiral Dot tips you speak of?

 

    LINK

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My eartip of choice since I got them. Thanks to @burtomr for the recommendation and help. 

 

Adds a more more 3D staging for me as well as better isolation. Very easy to get a good fit as well. Agree with @TheLastDevil that it's a dust magnet.  

 

Well worth the money. 

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