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post #1606 of 4916

i think this is gonna be way too pricy.

I would rather pick JH or UE i guess.

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i think this is gonna be way too pricy.

I would rather pick JH or UE i guess.

 

Without having the intention to offend anyone, I'd take Fitear customs over JH ones anyday.

What JH13 does with 6 drivers, Fitear does it with just 3 with 333.

And for the kind of music that I listen to, 435 is the best CIEM I've ever heard.

That is the highest praise I can give to Suyama San.

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Its all about personal preferences PERIOD

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Its all about personal preferences PERIOD

 

Well, I did add a disclaimer with "without having the intention to offend anyone"

Good day to you, no need to get all worked up now.

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Well, I did add a disclaimer with "without having the intention to offend anyone"
Good day to you, no need to get all worked up now.
I'm more inclined to think he's trolling. I see no value in his post except for self-satisfaction in posting it up.

Don't feed the troll, just report it.
post #1611 of 4916
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Good day to you.

Good-day Joe...

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Originally Posted by Joe-Siow View Post
 

 

Without having the intention to offend anyone, I'd take Fitear customs over JH ones anyday.

What JH13 does with 6 drivers, Fitear does it with just 3 with 333.

And for the kind of music that I listen to, 435 is the best CIEM I've ever heard.

That is the highest praise I can give to Suyama San.

I wholeheartedly agree ... only I have the 335s. And I tested the JHs against the 335s. And hands down, FitEar IMHO.

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Good-day Joe...

 

Good day Sid, had a good one?

 

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I wholeheartedly agree ... only I have the 335s. And I tested the JHs against the 335s. And hands down, FitEar IMHO.

 

I have no Fitear products, would love one but simply outta my price range

 

Due to the music I listen to (Jazz and slower paced Cantopop), the 435 & MH334 are tuned right to my lane

435 is so clear with a tinge of sweetness, while MH334 is so hifi sounding

I personally feel that Fitear customs have slightly more refinement and finesse compared to JH ones, this, after listening to demos from both camps

Of course, this is just my personal opinion

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Good day Sid, had a good one?


I have no Fitear products, would love one but simply outta my price range

Due to the music I listen to (Jazz and slower paced Cantopop), the 435 & MH334 are tuned right to my lane
435 is so clear with a tinge of sweetness, while MH334 is so hifi sounding
I personally feel that Fitear customs have slightly more refinement and finesse compared to JH ones, this, after listening to demos from both camps
Of course, this is just my personal opinion

Agree with Joe. I have the 435 and 333. & sorely tempted by the MH334. I must say I was surprised at how it sounds. Very musical. And quite discernible from the TG334.
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Agree with Joe. I have the 435 and 333. & sorely tempted by the MH334. I must say I was surprised at how it sounds. Very musical. And quite discernible from the TG334.

I see a 3rd pair coming up real soon!:dt880smile:

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Agree with Joe. I have the 435 and 333. & sorely tempted by the MH334. I must say I was surprised at how it sounds. Very musical. And quite discernible from the TG334.

I also found a couple of the others to be surprisingly good. The 223 is one such. Having said that nothing comes close to matching the 435 in the detail and separation, in my opinion and to my ears.

 

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I see a 3rd pair coming up real soon!:dt880smile:

Yup, I see it too! And for you too!

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I see a 3rd pair coming up real soon!dt880smile.png

I will only think about the MH next year... ;p
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I also found a couple of the others to be surprisingly good. The 223 is one such. Having said that nothing comes close to matching the 435 in the detail and separation, in my opinion and to my ears.

Yup, I see it too! And for you too!

True. However, I think once you are used to the detail and texture of the 435, the 223 sounds thin by comparison... Sigh... We've been spoilt
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True. However, I think once you are used to the detail and texture of the 435, the 223 sounds thin by comparison... Sigh... We've been spoilt

Truly spoilt! :beerchug:

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I also found a couple of the others to be surprisingly good. The 223 is one such. Having said that nothing comes close to matching the 435 in the detail and separation, in my opinion and to my ears.

I got to listen to the demo pair at Jaben Hong Kong for about 20 minutes. I was blown away by how good they sounded. I asked to buy the demo pair but no dice :(

 

If I ever go to Japan, I will buy a pair.

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