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You have to get your 335DW done first. Then ask for the upgrade which they will assess if your set can fit.

I have said this a number of times in this thread. You have to get it done first. And it is for existing owners of the 335s as Suyama-san has written.

 

But I do not understand why you would not just want to order the 335s and enjoy them for a while and look forward to getting the upgrade in the future. It would be like getting a brand new pair of customs all over again when you upgrade.

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You have to get your 335DW done first. Then ask for the upgrade which they will assess if your set can fit.
I have said this a number of times in this thread. You have to get it done first. And it is for existing owners of the 335s as Suyama-san has written.

But I do not understand why you would not just want to order the 335s and enjoy them for a while and look forward to getting the upgrade in the future. It would be like getting a brand new pair of customs all over again when you upgrade.

There is also the trouble of not able to upgrade but more importantly, the upgrade might not be what you wanted.

For someone that have heard both 334 and 335dw, and liked the 334 more.
The upgrade, even if it is available, might not change it enough or changing differently to your expectations, will just mean a far more expensive IEM that you do not like compared to the cheaper MH334.

Best to wait for 335studio to be finalised and available to demo before going for either of them as I said before.
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Have you tried the Ortofon tips? Most 334 users swear by them.

Yes I have ortofon tips they sound great as they make tg334 treble extended further. However someday the fit is just not there.

I have demo the 335dw but it sound too bassy and smaller soundstage than my tg334. I was gonna order mh334 but then the news about 335dwsr so the wait is on.

Anyone who have or listen to both mh334 and 335dw, could you share your opinion on the sound of these?

Thanks
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Yes I have ortofon tips they sound great as they make tg334 treble extended further. However someday the fit is just not there.

I have demo the 335dw but it sound too bassy and smaller soundstage than my tg334. I was gonna order mh334 but then the news about 335dwsr so the wait is on.

Anyone who have or listen to both mh334 and 335dw, could you share your opinion on the sound of these?

Thanks

I think the 334s are a little more neutral. The 335s are warmer with more bass, but I also think the 335s have a wider sound stage than the 334s.

 

I preferred the 335s over the 334s and ordered the 335s. I can enjoy the 335s and later next year I can do the upgrade and enjoy the 335s in a whole new way.

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I think the 334s are a little more neutral. The 335s are warmer with more bass, but I also think the 335s have a wider sound stage than the 334s.

I preferred the 335s over the 334s and ordered the 335s. I can enjoy the 335s and later next year I can do the upgrade and enjoy the 335s in a whole new way.

Then look like I have to give it another demo session. The one I demo 335 is with some kind of custom earpiece with master mold where it did fit many ears. It sound kind of bloated bass. I will need to try with the silicone tip to see whether that would make different.
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Then look like I have to give it another demo session. The one I demo 335 is with some kind of custom earpiece with master mold where it did fit many ears. It sound kind of bloated bass. I will need to try with the silicone tip to see whether that would make different.
You just need tips that'll give a good seal rather than a tip that'll change its signature. Afterall customs have no tips.
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You just need tips that'll give a good seal rather than a tip that'll change its signature. Afterall customs have no tips.

Understand. Actually the one I tried is really seal nice and tight but without pain. I don't know whether the bloated bass is due to too much seal or something. So I called the other vendor to ask and they said there is such things as too much seal so I need to try with the silicone tip demo.

I will schedule sometimes to demo it as I'm ready to pull the trigger as there is no DWSR coming to new customer anytime soon anyway.
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There isn't seal that is too much. Once you done the CIEM, the seal should be even more perfect than the demo pair.

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http://fitear.jp/music/product/mh335dwsr.html

 

Well, it is on their web page now. It will be called MH335DWSR, quite a mouthful.

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Emailing Suyama NOW.

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The site still say not available yet.
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Patience is the key here. More info will be revealed in time.
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I have been listening to my pair of 223 with the Note 3 for the past week, and have been enjoying the experience very much.

 

Must admit that the lower model customs from FitEar are excellent value for the money, even from oversea's resellers. Overall a very balanced sounding pair of earphones without being stylilzed too much in it's tuning. No need for a big stack!

 

Simply enjoyable.............

 


Edited by spkrs01 - 11/19/13 at 2:08am
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The older range of FitEar models are certainly very capable. It was actually the P333 IIRC, that for me interested in FitEar, well before MH line came out.
Edited by Ra97oR - 11/19/13 at 2:11am
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The older range of FitEar models are certainly very capable. It was actually the P333 IIRC, that for me interested in FitEar, well before MH line came out.

 

Out of a phone, I have to say that I prefer the 223 over the 333 by quite a margin, and the fact that the 223 is $350 cheaper in Hong Kong helps too. Plus I would put the 333 into the stylized category.......Having said that, the 333 are sublime with female vocals off a stack.

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