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Originally Posted by ranjitotski View Post

How about andromeda a sub for togo 344?

Fitear tg334 vs andromeda?
My vote goes to fitear tg334 since vocas is the strongest suit for the fitear which is good for the kind of genre i listen to - JAZZ, BLUES, ACOUSTIC, LIVE AND POP.

I highly enjoy the layers of details that the fitear can do. Even to its lower models: ara, air, partere, fitear, f111 or f112, i still find the tg345 to be superior sounding. That layers of details isnt present on andromeda which i find to be a let down since its about as priced as the tg334 only 200-300 bucks more. I thought the hyped is real but i was disappointed on what i heard.

I still find the jupiter to be better than the andromeda. The jupiter is airy, more treble energy and soundstage is more 3d.

The andromedas sound can be more appreciated if you belong to the basshead level, bass on andro is so defined that it will give you layers of its weight. Vocals, mids and treble for me is better on jupiter.
Edited by pinoyman - 7/9/16 at 4:14am
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Originally Posted by raypin View Post

mmm....I have both; long-term user. Overall, 846 has a more balanced sound signature and, with the use of the different filters, you have the option to alter it depending on the genre of music. The Fitear  TG 334 is a predominant mid-centric iem. For vocals and pop music, the TG 334 earns my high reco. BUT, is it worth taking a hit by reselling your 2-week old  846 and adding more dough to get the TG 334? My answer is no. Enjoy your 846 for now.
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Originally Posted by pinoyman View Post

I have heard the shure 846, and no matter what filters i used i still didnt liked it sound, paired it with my aune m2s.

To my ears i still find the velvets to be better sounding. More balanced and more fun sounding. Much musical overall.

The 846 sounds a little loud..i cant define it correctly, the bass is a little hard on the ears. I didnt end up buying it even if its being sold to me for 500usd. Theres something wrong with the 846... Its not tuned to my liking or probably theres no good synergy with my m2s.

However, the 846 cant match the tg334. More layers, rich sounding even midcentric, more natural presentation, theres no big bass that hurts my ears, not as boring as the 846s overall presentation.

Tg334 for me is the clear winner between the two. I also consider it as my endgame iem!
I end up ordering the last pair at alo audio. Hope me will enjoy it. Thank you guys for helping
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I reserved that one, why you bought it hahahaha!✌🏻
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Originally Posted by ranjitotski View Post

I reserved that one, why you bought it hahahaha!✌🏻
Haha. After thinking again and again, decided to get it even though i would adding $700 plus resale price of se846
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Congrats.. Tg334 very fun nicest sounding iem
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a small comparison between Inear Stagediver SD2s VS. Fitear TG334
 
 
TG334: (QUAD BA)
vocals are very well presented and clear, really an iem for vocal lovers.
i can say that this is one among the few iems whom i can say that the vocals are tuned correctly.
vocals are upfront. iem is build like tank. theres a lot of time and love given to this iem...
very tip dependent and cable rolling will be a good upgrade for the sound.
I noticed how great the dynamic range of this iem is, maybe due to being a quad BA driver.
Mids are great and forward. more micro details are presented well, soundstage is massive and 3d like, mellow but front.
the bass is highly defined, like a 4k in tvs, and theres a clear definition on the weight of the bass. Its like listening your usual tracks but now in High Definition. The bass, the treble is not overly presented and extended. It sounds natural and sweet.
 
Inear Stagediver SD2s: (DUAL BA)
warmish, natural and relax.
good for music in slow phased. jazz and blues.
iem shells looks like made from plastic if compared next to fitear. but its small that it fits more nicely inside the ears than the fitear. details are great but not on the same level as the fitear. vocals are smooth, more warm, instruments sounds natural. bass is a little lighter, fitears bass have more weight and definition.
 
both iems are well made.
both iems are good for vocals.
sd2s for casual listening.
tg334 for serious listening.
they are the iems that are worth their asking price.
tg334 is 63k. sd2s is 23k.
 

 

 

 

 

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Hey everyone, still a FitEar fan but wanted something even more different than UERM.  Finally listed my V1 FS here.

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Pinoyman good summary, if you can it would be great for you to compare against the sd4 (quad ) to really have an equals comparison. But also find that the sd4 are really hard to match. I would use stock cables in any tests.
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Originally Posted by darveniza View Post

Pinoyman good summary, if you can it would be great for you to compare against the sd4 (quad ) to really have an equals comparison. But also find that the sd4 are really hard to match. I would use stock cables in any tests.


thanks. sorry but i listened to sd4 vs sd2 before i jumped on my purchased... and i really like the 2 more because its more balanced, a little airier and detailed (clear possibly) because i find the 4 to be fat in bass and a little (just little) uncontrolled than the 2. the bass of the 4 is more bigger, i cant say better since i never auditioned it for more than an hour. 

 

used OPPO HA2 as dac amp on this comparison.

 

i plan to purchase the ADR (audioquest dragonfly RED) for my iphone.

then will do some more critical listening between the two.


Edited by pinoyman - 7/24/16 at 4:40am
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I sold my tg334. Dont like the signature. Too warm and too much bass. Got my UERR. And this thing made my heart very happy. My setup AK240SS, vorzuge pure 2+, UERR. Much much better now.
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Thanks for some of those perspectives
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