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post #3871 of 3885

Yes:  1+2, ref1, Aurisonics 1 plus, Aurisonics 2.5, UM Maverick, UM Mason, FAD Heaven VII, Heaven VIII, W60, InEar Stage 4, Dita Answer, the lineup of Noble Audio, IM03 and 04 are pretty amazing too for the pricing, I don't like all those IEM, but those days you have a lot of options in the high end IEM world. :etysmile:

post #3872 of 3885

Thanks for the suggestion guys.

Will need to look out for a nice pair of im03's. Im04's were meh.

W50 and W60 were kind of meh.

Ill try to find some aurisonics and UM's to try out. The translucent's will be a hard one to find at my area though.


Edited by Rotijon - 1/17/15 at 5:08am
post #3873 of 3885
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The translucent's will be a hard one to find at my area though.

 

You can PM Gavin (owner of Tralucent) over here:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/u/182734/spkrs01

 

If you have the cash to spare, I'd highly recommend the Ref.1 w/ the new uBer cable (uBer Too).

 

I guarantee you'll be in for a surprise. :biggrin:

post #3874 of 3885

So has anyone experienced their Fitear iem failing on them? A lot of reviews on the Fitears compliment its excellent build quality, so I was just curious if it's true.

post #3875 of 3885
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So has anyone experienced their Fitear iem failing on them? A lot of reviews on the Fitears compliment its excellent build quality, so I was just curious if it's true.

Yes, it's totally true and I can vouch for that. No problems with my daily extensive use of my TG334 since the day I bought it on July 2014.

post #3876 of 3885
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So has anyone experienced their Fitear iem failing on them? A lot of reviews on the Fitears compliment its excellent build quality, so I was just curious if it's true.


Still producing beautiful music since I got them in March 2014. Still looking good as well.

post #3877 of 3885

I've read a few places where they described the sound of 334 as holographic. This is a term that seems to be associated with the 334 more than any other IEM. I am trying to understand what it means. Can you guys assist with ? Is it referring to soundstage sound 3D or something else?

 

I am after an IEM with good imaging and instrument placement. The only one I have which does a decent job is the XBA-4. If it was not for its splashy metallic treble it is a very decent IEM. It gives enough air between instrument that we can get a sense of where each is located. Nothing else I own does that (sadly almost all my other much more pricer UIEM fails on that regard.

 

Thanks in advance.

post #3878 of 3885
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post
 

I've read a few places where they described the sound of 334 as holographic. This is a term that seems to be associated with the 334 more than any other IEM. I am trying to understand what it means. Can you guys assist with ? Is it referring to soundstage sound 3D or something else?

 

 

I'm not entirely sure, but I think what some people mean when they describe the sound of 334 as 'holographic' is that they have great soundstage depth and layering. The position of different layers of instruments, whether it be vocals, cymbals, strings, etc seem clearly presented in front of you, with the vocals usually on top. 


Edited by daveyston23 - 1/22/15 at 4:36am
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I've had mine since 12/12 with no problems. I'm not a good example as I listen to them an average of 5 days a month about 7 hours a day. My great friend Milarepa (on H.F.) aka 'Thor' uses his at least 5 of 7 days a week for hours at a time (middle name not Grace) and has not expieranced any issues. Fit and finish is as good as any manufactured object. SQ is fantantistic IMO!
post #3880 of 3885
Any recommended good balance cable and not too pricy....for TG334 paired with AK100 II?
post #3881 of 3885
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Any recommended good balance cable and not too pricy....for TG334 paired with AK100 II?

 

What's your (rough) budget?

post #3882 of 3885

max USD 200

post #3883 of 3885

Sorry, I don't know if I'm late on this post: I just bought the midnight fitear for my f111 from BTG audio, read some very good reviews, had very good experiences with Brian in the past and can't beat the price.

 

http://btg-audio.com/webstore.htm#!/Midnight-Fit-Ear-cable/p/19157950/category=12112626

 

Hope it helps

post #3884 of 3885
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Any recommended good balance cable and not too pricy....for TG334 paired with AK100 II?

I have the Moon Audio Silver Dragon and Black Dragon cables for FitEar. One is A&K 2.5mm TRRS balanced and the other is HIFIMAN 3.5mm TRRS balanced. Both are under $200.

post #3885 of 3885

So does this thread contain information on the Fit Ear `Fitear` model, the newest universal?  I tried searching, but you can imagine what happens : the results contain nearly every post!  

 

 

I`m really interested in this new UIEM, and how it compares to the 334 and Parterre....

 

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