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post #226 of 3623
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post

Its expensive as hell. Nuff zed. XD
Well not if it sounds like a 50 k home stereo...
post #227 of 3623
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

 

Nope, you'll just have to take my word for it :p.


2013 Headphone Matsuri ne? biggrin.gif

post #228 of 3623
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

For you guys with the MH335DW's, do you think you could "live" with just this IEM or do you feel that you still "need" to have a backup IEM for whatever purpose (may it be complimentary signature, or just backup for some other reason)??

Hi Sean 

I can not live with only one Ciem like MH 335 DW , I need another iems , because I need to hear different SQ for certain music genres .

post #229 of 3623

Well impressions have been sent off. They should make their way to FitEar via Jaben. Now the wait begins.

 

Decided to go with red shells. If I ever get the C435 down the road, I'd probably get them in blue to compliment the red MH335DW.

 

I've also got the updated F111 coming sometime toward the end of this month. I'll be FitEar saturated, which is by no means a bad thing.

 

Thinking about picking up the RWAK100 or the Altmann Tera to try with my MH335DW....

post #230 of 3623
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Well impressions have been sent off. They should make their way to FitEar via Jaben. Now the wait begins.

Decided to go with red shells. If I ever get the C435 down the road, I'd probably get them in blue to compliment the red MH335DW.

I've also got the updated F111 coming sometime toward the end of this month. I'll be FitEar saturated, which is by no means a bad thing.

Thinking about picking up the RWAK100 or the Altmann Tera to try with my MH335DW....
Everyone gets the 335 except me frown.gif this is so unfair !
post #231 of 3623
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Everyone gets the 335 except me frown.gif this is so unfair !

 

I am at the YES, NO, YES, NO stage .................confused_face.gif

post #232 of 3623
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I am at the YES, NO, YES, NO stage .................confused_face.gif

 

I'm at the "I can't afford one in my country stage".

post #233 of 3623
UE just replied and they say I can drop by their office and get my impressions done for the PRM.

Hahahaha my complimentary CIEM?
post #234 of 3623
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post

UE just replied and they say I can drop by their office and get my impressions done for the PRM.

Hahahaha my complimentary CIEM?

Go away tongue.gif
post #235 of 3623
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UE just replied and they say I can drop by their office and get my impressions done for the PRM.

Hahahaha my complimentary CIEM?


Why try UE ?

post #236 of 3623
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Why try UE ?

Because it's the other really expensive CIEM that money can buy? MH335 and UEPRM are both close to $2k XD. *shivers.

post #237 of 3623

Also UM PP6...but includes an amp.
 

post #238 of 3623
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Because it's the other really expensive CIEM that money can buy? MH335 and UEPRM are both close to $2k XD. *shivers.

 

Both pretty much are $2k. Also like the post above me says, there's the Platform Pure 6 which is over $2k! Really though, if you want to go all out, have a CIEM designer build you a totally bespoke, one-off with 10+ drivers. That'll run you well over $2k.

post #239 of 3623
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Both pretty much are $2k. Also like the post above me says, there's the Platform Pure 6 which is over $2k! Really though, if you want to go all out, have a CIEM designer build you a totally bespoke, one-off with 10+ drivers. That'll run you well over $2k.


Then take the same bespoke CIEM and have it done in Japan. You could go over 4k $.

post #240 of 3623
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Originally Posted by MuppetFace View Post

 

Both pretty much are $2k. Also like the post above me says, there's the Platform Pure 6 which is over $2k! Really though, if you want to go all out, have a CIEM designer build you a totally bespoke, one-off with 10+ drivers. That'll run you well over $2k.

Sadly, my budget was strictly under $1k. Hopefully I'll still be attracted to this hobby when I have the means to buy such expensive CIEMs.

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