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post #1096 of 3630

I got mine from a member doing a MO in Singapore Hardwarezone Forum.

 

It's just took 6 days for my cable to arrive.....................bigsmile_face.gif

 

Just like to check is there any polarity on the Fitear connector ? Can't seem to see any plus and negative sign.............rolleyes.gif


Edited by Jeremy1234 - 8/6/13 at 12:44pm
post #1097 of 3630
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post

Just got my JH13FP and will be comparing both my MH335DW and JH13PRO... But so far the differences have been huge, especially in the soundstage department.

FitEar MH335DW: small, enveloping circle around your head.

JH Audio JH13PRO FreqPhase: Large flat space, all around you.

 

I had audited the 13FP and the 16FP and prefer the 16FP.

 

There will be a JH Flagship model coming out soon during Oct according to Jerry..........................bigsmile_face.gif

post #1098 of 3630
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Originally Posted by Jeremy1234 View Post

I had audited the 13FP and the 16FP and prefer the 16FP.

There will be a JH Flagship model coming out soon during Oct according to Jerry..........................bigsmile_face.gif

WHY NOW.

I like the 13 for its neutrality, and general flatness. The 335 is great for vocals and musicality.
post #1099 of 3630
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post


WHY NOW.

I like the 13 for its neutrality, and general flatness. The 335 is great for vocals and musicality.

 

I find that the 13 is not so smooth and the bass is rounded as compared to the 16. I don't find the 13 neutral, maybe my C435 is the  neutral........................bigsmile_face.gif

 

335 great for vocal ? rolleyes.gif

My impression of the 335 when I first listened is the most bassy iem. Maybe too lively to my taste.

 

I liked the 334 and 435 but not the 335 but the 16...............................L3000.gif

 

Sound is very subjective and everybody have different taste.

post #1100 of 3630

Am I right to assume the orders are still closed for overseas market?

post #1101 of 3630

depending on where you are. the distributor network is still pretty limited to asian region if I am not wrong.

post #1102 of 3630

thanks, I live in the ass of the world (Australia)

post #1103 of 3630

Yea I live in the bottom of the world!

post #1104 of 3630

As far as I know, only limited places in Asia (e.g. Japan, Hong Kong) got distributors that can accept orders. Heard that there are Japan web sites that also accept overseas orders, but am not sure about that.

post #1105 of 3630

I think Jaben Australia take order of MH335DW. It's on their website. 

 

http://www.jaben.com.au/products/fit-mh335dw

 

I don't know they accept other model than 335 or not.

 

In Thailand, you can order Fitear CIEM through Jaben Thailand but they will send all the order to Jaben Network in Singapore and they will be the one send it to Fitear.

post #1106 of 3630

wow it is not cheap, but seems reasonable with the current weaker AUS dollar. Thanks for the heads up.

post #1107 of 3630
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

wow it is not cheap, but seems reasonable with the current weaker AUS dollar. Thanks for the heads up.

 

If you convert current MH335DW price to AUD is about 1935 AUD. The rest is probably import duty.

post #1108 of 3630
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

 

If you convert current MH335DW price to AUD is about 1935 AUD. The rest is probably import duty.

Yea I was thinking of the time where 140 000 JPY was 1380 AUD :-(

post #1109 of 3630

Although the JPY has dropped a lot vs HKD, there is still no price drop from HK distributors frown.gif

post #1110 of 3630
You want to hear something really crazy? The 335 is 16 800 rmb in Jaben Shanghai, which is 2750 USD. Nice one no?
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