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Originally Posted by palestofwhite View Post

 

Shaw Tower is just a couple of streets away... I guess I'll drop by and hopefully find they bring in the 111s.

According to PriceJapan, my 000 cables are on back order... Can't for for this "unique stranded silver wire" to get in my hands

 

Hi palesofwhite,

 

Does Lenbrook Asia Pte Ltd. sells or audition the 334 or 111 have you been there ? I tried calling, they said they only sell psb? John currently outstation so is there any other place in Singapore have this product

post #602 of 3641

ALO Audio or Musica Acoustics, which one should I order from?

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I ordered from ALO. But it was within the US, so I'd guess probably smoother on shipping than going to Canada. Everything was easy with my order.

post #604 of 3641

Hmm, interesting. I think I might go with ALO. I still have 2 weeks until I get money on my paypal. Does ALO handle the warranty or directly with Fitear?

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I would think they'd have to since they're the ones who processed the transaction. 

 

I can email Ken to find out....

post #606 of 3641
Got a refund from pricejapan due to the indefinite back order for 000 cables. Anyone have any experience with ALO's SXC offering?
post #607 of 3641
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Hi palesofwhite,

Does Lenbrook Asia Pte Ltd. sells or audition the 334 or 111 have you been there ? I tried calling, they said they only sell psb? John currently outstation so is there any other place in Singapore have this product

Don't think you can get them locally. There are no distributors here as of yet, but I've heard Jaben might bring them in. smily_headphones1.gif
post #608 of 3641

Well I continue to enjoy the TG!334's immensely. I'm amazed at how 'deep' you can hear into recordings. I've never heard this level of retrieval before, and it's so nice. I love how they are so detailed and analytical (if that's even the right term) without being at all cold, dull or sterile. They're just so involving and exciting at the same time. I suppose that's because of the big scale of space, and how solidly they place instruments relative to other ones with quiet space in between-- which no other earphone I've ever had can approach. They make my Futuresonics MG6Pro's sound like a mixed up mess. It's probably making me spend far too much time with IEM's stuffed in my ears to be healthy! 

post #609 of 3641
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Originally Posted by palestofwhite View Post


Don't think you can get them locally. There are no distributors here as of yet, but I've heard Jaben might bring them in. smily_headphones1.gif

 

I think in SIngapore, it would be Jaben.
post #610 of 3641
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Well I continue to enjoy the TG!334's immensely. I'm amazed at how 'deep' you can hear into recordings. I've never heard this level of retrieval before, and it's so nice. I love how they are so detailed and analytical (if that's even the right term) without being at all cold, dull or sterile. They're just so involving and exciting at the same time. I suppose that's because of the big scale of space, and how solidly they place instruments relative to other ones with quiet space in between-- which no other earphone I've ever had can approach. They make my Futuresonics MG6Pro's sound like a mixed up mess. It's probably making me spend far too much time with IEM's stuffed in my ears to be healthy! 

That's exactly how i feel about this, i put them in the ears and just forget everything else, they have the power to involve you in the sound like no other iem i've heard to date.
They also are non-fatiguing.

"Ladies and gentleman we are floating in space"
Edited by Vitor Teixeira - 7/31/12 at 5:26am
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Nice, I'm happy that you're liking. they sure are special

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That's exactly how i feel about this, i put them in the ears and just forget everything else, they have the power to involve you in the sound like no other iem i've heard to date.
They also are non-fatiguing.
"Ladies and gentleman we are floating in space"
post #612 of 3641

I totally agree with you as well. I have listening to togo! 334 for almost 2 months, 3-4 h daily and the initial enjoyment, and new toy syndrome didn't went away. I like more and more, the transparency detail, and like you said big scale of space. Now i'm more worried to find new music than new equipment. Thank you very much Suyama ! 

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Originally Posted by cn11 View Post

Well I continue to enjoy the TG!334's immensely. I'm amazed at how 'deep' you can hear into recordings. I've never heard this level of retrieval before, and it's so nice. I love how they are so detailed and analytical (if that's even the right term) without being at all cold, dull or sterile. They're just so involving and exciting at the same time. I suppose that's because of the big scale of space, and how solidly they place instruments relative to other ones with quiet space in between-- which no other earphone I've ever had can approach. They make my Futuresonics MG6Pro's sound like a mixed up mess. It's probably making me spend far too much time with IEM's stuffed in my ears to be healthy! 


Edited by Vaipec - 7/31/12 at 12:03pm
post #613 of 3641

Whilst the TG!334's sounds great, I have to admit I'm an advocate of the 000 cables, and balanced for that matter. A further extension to the lows & highs, and imaging.

 

 1000

post #614 of 3641
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Whilst the TG!334's sounds great, I have to admit I'm an advocate of the 000 cables, and balanced for that matter. A further extension to the lows & highs, and imaging.

 

Can the FitEar improve even more??
I admit that the standard cable is a bit microphonic, but 300$ for a less microphonic cable seems too much.
I see you pair it with the ALO mk 3, hissing is not a problem? I've read somewhere that this particular amp has some "problems" with sensitive iems.
post #615 of 3641
Nice photo Anak ... Suyama and ALO should use that for their ad campaign.
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