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post #4411 of 4414

Is Fitear trying to have absolute control over their products market?  What is the reason for these bizarre over controlling company regulations?  In the U.S.  this would be an illegal business practice according to my sources unless it was a product regulated by the government ie. guns or military equipment.

post #4412 of 4414
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Originally Posted by Riley Beale View Post
 

In the U.S.  this would be an illegal business practice according to my sources unless it was a product regulated by the government ie. guns or military equipment.

 

This statement is irrelevant since Fitear is not a U.S. company. All I can advise is getting a pair from ALO/ used or move on to other IEMs. Pointless commenting about it really.

post #4413 of 4414

I think there's just something special about the TG334. The first time I heard it, I knew right there and then, I just had to buy one. Eventually I did and liked it so much that I decided to get the custom MH334. When I got hold of my MH334, I sold off the TG334. As good as the MH334 was, over time, I just couldn't help missing the TG334. There was something about it that I didn't quite get with the MH. There is no doubt the fit and isolation on the MH was superior but it lacked that special something the TG had. I don't particularly have the right word to explain / describe this...perhaps those with both, might just understand what I mean.

 

After some painstaking months of scouting, I finally got one and right from the get-go, it was a rekindling moment I would never forget. It's safe to say the TG334 will be a permanent part of my collection. Both the MH and TG get equal playing time. Well, maybe the TG has more play time than the MH but both are excellent.

 

Here's to you owners of the  TG334. It's a special one that TG!    

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Originally Posted by etteoh View Post

I think there's just something special about the TG334. The first time I heard it, I knew right there and then, I just had to buy one. Eventually I did and liked it so much that I decided to get the custom MH334. When I got hold of my MH334, I sold off the TG334. As good as the MH334 was, over time, I just couldn't help missing the TG334. There was something about it that I didn't quite get with the MH. There is no doubt the fit and isolation on the MH was superior but it lacked that special something the TG had. I don't particularly have the right word to explain / describe this...perhaps those with both, might just understand what I mean.

After some painstaking months of scouting, I finally got one and right from the get-go, it was a rekindling moment I would never forget. It's safe to say the TG334 will be a permanent part of my collection. Both the MH and TG get equal playing time. Well, maybe the TG has more play time than the MH but both are excellent.

Here's to you owners of the  TG334. It's a special one that TG!    

both the TG334 and the paterre have that special sauce that may one day be held in the same regard as the sony mdr r10 headphones.
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