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Searching for "custom iem uk" via Google or DuckDuckGo will have that site listed at the top of the page.

Wow, didn't even try that
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Yep absolutely brilliant! I found out I have a somewhat unusually shaped ear canal! - fairly straight with very little discernible 2nd bend in the canal - and so they duly noted that so that the manufacturers didn't think the mould hadn't been taken correctly! Really mate I can't recommend these guys highly enough! They do lots and lots and lots of professional musicians and have years of experience in the industry. Paul is an exceptionally nice and accommodating guy and let me listen to stuff for ages! Go for it!!! 

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Now that 335dw is more like THE flagship with SR mod came out, I was wondering if they still make C435?

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Now that 335dw is more like THE flagship with SR mod came out, I was wondering if they still make C435?

To offer choice, I suppose. smily_headphones1.gif It has a very different sig. Fitear has a good choice in terms of its TOTL customs in the MH334, MH335DW and the C435, depending on what you are looking for.

In any event, Suyuma San has always studiously pointed out that Fitear has these 3 TOTL customs for different tastes and no one flagship. smily_headphones1.gif
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3 totl customs?

 

C435, MH335DW and the third one?

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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post

3 totl customs?

C435, MH335DW and the third one?

MH334
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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post

3 totl customs?

C435, MH335DW and the third one?
He names them above...
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*Patiently waiting for my MH334 to arrive*

 

:bigsmile_face:

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Would c435 be on the warm side or cold?

How is it with Classical?
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Originally Posted by masteryd View Post

Would c435 be on the warm side or cold?

How is it with Classical?

Definitely not warm. Seems to be good with classical. At least for me: the neutrality works for me - you hear the music, rather than some bumping up of certain parts of the sound spectrum. smily_headphones1.gif
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Thanks for the reply smily_headphones1.gif
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Thanks for the reply smily_headphones1.gif

No worries. I was half asleep. I should also have mentioned that it has impressive soundstage for an iem. smily_headphones1.gif
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No worries. I was half asleep. I should also have mentioned that it has impressive soundstage for an iem. smily_headphones1.gif

 

How was the sound stage compare to UERM?

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I actually ordered MH335DW but I cancelled it. I just felt I didn't "need" it yet.

 

Then I found out C435 is more suitable for my need which is classical.

 

I am planning to order C435 as soon as I contact a dealer near I live. They are authorized Fitear.

 

I am also planning to buy SE5way..I read it may be the closest thing to perfection in technical aspects.

 

I just want to know the sound signature of C435....I am aching to know

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How was the sound stage compare to UERM?

No idea I fear. Never heard the UERM.
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