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Originally Posted by tranhieu View Post

I can barely read some Japanese but Suyuma-san is saying something about the reason for checking customers' ear shape and size is that it needs to be large enough to drill 3 holes and might be more. 

Number of holes matters? Mine only has 2
post #1352 of 4916
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Originally Posted by nickif View Post


Number of holes matters? Mine only has 2

 

It matters to some extent. The original design of the MH335DW has 3 holes with each one being dedicated to a driver, except for the dual lows (the 2 biggest ones). However some people might have very small ear canals that cannot accommodate 3 separate holes at the same time, thus FitEar has to group 2 tubes out of 3 into one before routing them out leaving only 2 holes visible at the canal tip as in your case. 

 

Does this have any audible effect on the sound? I don't know. Theoretically it does, yet I'm sure FitEar will try to improvise so that the sound of any pair leaving their door matches the target sound of the original design.

post #1353 of 4916
DIY my own 8 core cable for my 333


The cable from Plusound - 26awg occ copper + 28awg occ silver plated and the pin is from music Heaven

The surprise is the sound is not as worm as what copper cable tend to sound :-)

Cheers
post #1354 of 4916
Long time haven't heard anything from u bro. How's the refit?
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Thanks Bro :-) i am fine and the fit of my 333 is good now :-)

Cheer
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Originally Posted by boleh7 View Post

Thanks Bro :-) i am fine and the fit of my 333 is good now :-)

Cheer


Hi

 

I am in the market for a pair of FitEars and looking to get people's impressions. I am considering the 334s or 335DWs. But how are the 333s?

post #1357 of 4916
To my ear 333 is more balance , fast and a little agressive compare to 334 and 435 ( tg334 and 435 are base on memory ) i also heard that the 333 is like 435 without sub woofer and the vocal of 333 is thicker but 435 is smoother ( more relax )

I am suck in describing sound :-( hope other member with better experince come in to help :-)
post #1358 of 4916
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Originally Posted by boleh7 View Post

To my ear 333 is more balance , fast and a little agressive compare to 334 and 435 ( tg334 and 435 are base on memory ) i also heard that the 333 is like 435 without sub woofer and the vocal of 333 is thicker but 435 is smoother ( more relax )

I am suck in describing sound :-( hope other member with better experince come in to help :-)

Thanks for your comments. Every little bit helps. I'll be demoing a lot of them in two weeks at the headphone festival here in Tokyo.
post #1359 of 4916
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Originally Posted by boleh7 View Post

To my ear 333 is more balance , fast and a little agressive compare to 334 and 435 ( tg334 and 435 are base on memory ) i also heard that the 333 is like 435 without sub woofer and the vocal of 333 is thicker but 435 is smoother ( more relax )

I am suck in describing sound :-( hope other member with better experince come in to help :-)


same thoughts. i tried only demos.

333 sounds sharp on vocal. treble is very good, more spacious on the upper mids.


Rooth seems to have a LS10 also.
post #1360 of 4916
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Originally Posted by charlie0904 View Post


same thoughts. i tried only demos.

333 sounds sharp on vocal. treble is very good, more spacious on the upper mids.


Rooth seems to have a LS10 also.


L10 was a limited run. No longer available is my understanding.

post #1361 of 4916
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Originally Posted by skoog5600 View Post
 


L10 was a limited run. No longer available is my understanding.

 

Now there is the Kaiser, a 10BA ciem by Noble.

 

 

435 seems to be more balanced all around from the demo. The 335DW's bass is awesome when you have the right tracks, a very warm sound.

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Any follow-up on the MH335DW Studio Reference thing? I'm reading his Twitter, and apart from the food talk, I can't find any other mentions on it.

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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

Any follow-up on the MH335DW Studio Reference thing? I'm reading his Twitter, and apart from the food talk, I can't find any other mentions on it.

 

Yes, 30 mins ago ;-). Best of luck in translation, I'm doing the same thing.

http://fitear.jp/music/news/pr/news131015.html

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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post
 

 

Yes, 30 mins ago ;-). Best of luck in translation, I'm doing the same thing.

http://fitear.jp/music/news/pr/news131015.html

So they introduce the titanium tube for the high and do some tuning.

post #1365 of 4916

Basically the network is tweaked, together with swapping the silicone tube of the tweeter with a titanium one, meaning there's no need to break the shell.

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