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Thanks! I would check musica acoustics since pricejapan was not taking any orders! If you don't mind may I PM you for some questions about ordering?

 

Thanks!

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Hi,

 

Anyone using the TG334 with a Hugo? Is it a good match?

 

Thanks

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The TG!334 is somewhat sensitive & there is somewhat of a little bit of hiss from the Hugo. I don't own the Hugo & that hiss doesn't bother me much, but it does bother some. I went for the Aurender Flow in the end & it's got quite a black background & happy enough with it with my TG!334.
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The TG!334 is somewhat sensitive & there is somewhat of a little bit of hiss from the Hugo. I don't own the Hugo & that hiss doesn't bother me much, but it does bother some. I went for the Aurender Flow in the end & it's got quite a black background & happy enough with it with my TG!334.

 

Appreciate the feedback.  And, it is good to know so the hiss on quiet passages is not my imagination.

 

Thinking it does not bother me that much. I am considering the TG334 because of the TG111 which I heard. It goes very nicely with the Hugo indeed.

 

As such, I am wondering if the TG334 offers more clarity, better separation and an even better sound staging than the TG111 (when used with a Hugo). If that be the case, I may opt for it instead of the TG111.

 

P.S. From what you say, the Flow also "sounds" interesting. The form factor is nice (as is the leather case that comes with it).  I will try to cop a listen one of these days. How many listening hours are you getting from the internal battery?

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BTW AnakChan,

 

If I may ask you another:

 

Have you compared the Rox vs. the TG334?  

 

What are your comments?

 

Thank You. 

 

P.S. I clicked the M-100 link. Awesome.LOL.


Edited by level3 - 12/13/14 at 2:03am
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Originally Posted by level3 View Post
 

 

Appreciate the feedback.  And, it is good to know so the hiss on quiet passages is not my imagination.

 

Thinking it does not bother me that much. I am considering the TG334 because of the TG111 which I heard. It goes very nicely with the Hugo indeed.

 

As such, I am wondering if the TG334 offers more clarity, better separation and an even better sound staging than the TG111 (when used with a Hugo). If that be the case, I may opt for it instead of the TG111.

 

P.S. From what you say, the Flow also "sounds" interesting. The form factor is nice (as is the leather case that comes with it).  I will try to cop a listen one of these days. How many listening hours are you getting from the internal battery?

 

I've not heard the TG!111 for a long time and can't comment on it. All I do remember is few years back when I heard the TG!334 & TG!111, I preferred the TG!334 sound but don't remember why.

 

I've just finished my impressions of the Flow in my sig below. It's about 7 hrs off the battery.

 

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Originally Posted by level3 View Post
 

BTW AnakChan,

 

If I may ask you another:

 

Have you compared the Rox vs. the TG334?  

 

What are your comments?

 

Thank You. 

 

P.S. I clicked the M-100 link. Awesome.LOL.

 

I put the V-Moda to the durability test :D. Meanwhile the Rox and TG!334 are very different in their presentations. To me the Rox has a wider presentation but the overall tonal signature is a little "weird" to me. To my ears it's somewhat dark but with a weird treble peak. The TG!334 doesn't have that wide of a presentation but it's a serious vocal king. The Rox does still appeal to me in that it's an "alternative" sound but sadly not enough for me to buy the customs version.

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AnakChan,

 

Again, thanks.  I appreciate the feedback.

 

Cool, I will then look into finding a TG334 and a TG111 to try.  Hopefully, this can happen somewhere in one place at one time.

 

As per your comments, I may also audition the Rox to gain some perspective.

 

Actually, am simply looking for a set of daily use IEMs that will keep me smiling for a year, maybe two.

 

Any other suggestions I should try based on the (Hugo + TG111 = rather good) reference?

 

Cheers.

 

P.S. Your M-100 pics brings to mind past exploits in fly-fishing.

 

P.P.S. Liked your review on the Flow.


Edited by level3 - 12/13/14 at 2:38am
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