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post #376 of 4413
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Originally Posted by Vitor Teixeira View Post

 

 

May i ask where you guys bought the 334, since you're living outside Japan? PriceJapan?

 



Yes they're from PriceJapan. I'm going to drop them an email to see if they can bring in the FitEar official replaceable cable and eartips as well.

There's one implementation (Cable 000) that comes without memory wires. But the price is just crazy.

post #377 of 4413
Looks like the 111s...

https://twitter.com/fitear/status/219722426286751745
post #378 of 4413
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Can anyone with proficient Japanese help translate this? Not sure if this gives us more insight into FitEar's shallow insertion philosophy or not...

 

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post #379 of 4413
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Originally Posted by tomscy2000 View Post

Can anyone with proficient Japanese help translate this? Not sure if this gives us more insight into FitEar's shallow insertion philosophy or not...

 

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All I can say is a fit like on the right will give you a veil.  It will also cause weird SS or a shift if the left pic is the left ear and the right is the right ear.  The IEM looks the same but the ears don't obviously.  I'm sure Currawong could translate.

post #380 of 4413
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Originally Posted by Anaxilus View Post  All I can say is a fit like on the right will give you a veil.  It will also cause weird SS or a shift if the left pic is the left ear and the right is the right ear.  The IEM looks the same but the ears don't obviously.  I'm sure Currawong could translate.

 

A little OT, but I think that's what I'm experiencing with a remold of mine that I requested to have a universalized tip for. Obviously a universal tip can't curve around the second bend, so the nozzle is fitting like how the picture on the right looks (well, at least that's how it feels in my left ear), giving me a bit of a veil at 200-400 Hz.

 

The TO GO! 111 seems to have a pretty long nozzle, however, almost as long as mine.

 

 

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I got a pair of the 111's today at the Fujiya AVIC Summer Portable Audio Festival.

 

From what we were told, these are the first 111s for sale and the pricing and whatnot is still in flux. We paid a special event pricing but that's not going to necessarily be the MSRP.


Anakchan has photos that I assume he'll post soon enough.

 

I'm still gathering first impression thoughts but from what I can tell so far they're definitely a different SQ than the TG! 334s (which only makes sense...)
 


Edited by gkanai - 7/7/12 at 3:22am
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I'm so going to buy the 111 when they're out...
post #383 of 4413
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Originally Posted by gkanai View Post

I got a pair of the 111's today at the Fujiya AVIC Summer Portable Audio Festival.

 

From what we were told, these are the first 111s for sale and the pricing and whatnot is still in flux. We paid a special event pricing but that's not going to necessarily be the MSRP.


Anakchan has photos that I assume he'll post soon enough.

 

I'm still gathering first impression thoughts but from what I can tell so far they're definitely a different SQ than the TG! 334s (which only makes sense...)

 

Looking forward to that!

 

If it's not too inconvenient, it'd be great if you could also find time to compare it against the ER4S/P/B... they seem like direct competitors with analogous (well, essentially identical) sound signatures.

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Tried the 111s and TG334s today and as you said definitely a different sound signature. The 111s more bright not as detailed. More drawn to the 334s. Really amazing 3D sound, well balanced bass and treble. Not much roll off. But there is the price difference which is significant.

post #385 of 4413
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Originally Posted by gkanai View Post

I got a pair of the 111's today at the Fujiya AVIC Summer Portable Audio Festival.

 

From what we were told, these are the first 111s for sale and the pricing and whatnot is still in flux. We paid a special event pricing but that's not going to necessarily be the MSRP.


Anakchan has photos that I assume he'll post soon enough.

 

I'm still gathering first impression thoughts but from what I can tell so far they're definitely a different SQ than the TG! 334s (which only makes sense...)
 

 



Looking forward to it. Is the sound signature difference? And also is there a big gap in the SQ?

 

Thanks

post #386 of 4413

I live in the UK and I'd love to get my hand on them! Does anyone know if they do worldwide shipping? 

post #387 of 4413
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Originally Posted by curioskilldcat View Post  I live in the UK and I'd love to get my hand on them! Does anyone know if they do worldwide shipping? 

 

LOL. FitEar doesn't sell outside of Japan. There are certain dealers that can import them for you, though.

post #388 of 4413

Could you please send me few links to those dealers? tongue_smile.gif

post #389 of 4413

Aloaudio.com  per website

post #390 of 4413
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Originally Posted by tomscy2000 View Post

 

LOL. FitEar doesn't sell outside of Japan. There are certain dealers that can import them for you, though.

That is slowly no longer true. It seems starting with their TG!334 universals, I know of at least one US distributor (already mentioned), and another upcoming Indonesian distributor. In today's portable headphone show by Fujiya, there may be another AsiaPac distributor from Singapore. Let's see how that goes.

 

I think that's why the TG!111 was announced too. Seems FitEar's finding a new international market with their universals.

 

Edit: sorry for no pix on the TG!111 yet. I've been busy since the show ended today. Also I think the TG!111 probably deserves its own thread rather than piggybacking off the TG!334 thread. Also as to shsh's question, I'd go by what GKanai said - the TG!111 really is a line of it's own...it's signature is different enough that one can't say that the TG!334 is the upper end model, and the TG!111 is the lower end model (even though price-wise/# driver-wise it seems to allude to that way of thinking). The TG!111 is just suited for a particular genre whereas the TG!334 to another. If anyone remembers my review of the TG!334 many pages back, I mentioned that I felt it didn't suit electronic music, as an example, (say the Jean Michel Jarre, YMO, Kitaro, etc.). That's my personal opinion anyway.

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