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I'm looking also for Fitear CIEMs and the French representative told me that Fitear is stopping the C435. Better knowing that Kiats advised me that 435 is very good for Classical like MH335DW (SR version) but it seems that it isn't your taste. Perhaps 333 for you ?? Never heard them.

Did you try the TG334 ?

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I listen to tons of classical with my 334 on a x5. For piano especially , this combo is fabulous!

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Originally Posted by drakhen View Post

Hi there, my first post in this thread.  I am thinking of buying one of the FitEar CIEMs, but don't have the chance to demo them at the moment and so would appreciate some advice which one (if any) would suit me.  I should start by saying I demoed the JH16 FP and Roxannes recently and found them too dark and almost like there was a veil over the music.

I like a decent amount of quality bass that doesn't overpower the mids and sounds exaggerated, but does have the kick that's needed for Hip-Hop, RnB and Pop.  I don't like dry, recessed mids, but neither do I like when they are forward at the expense of the other frequencies.  I like a clear and fairly detailed sound, but not something that is too analytical or revealing of imperfections or poorly mastered recordings.  I don't mind brightness, provided it doesn't make vocals sound unnatural and sibilance.

I guess overall I'm looking for a balanced sound.  I listen to all types of music, but mostly pop and chart music and not really classical or jazz.  Would the MH335DW, Private 333 or Private 435 suit me?  Thanks in advice for any advice or suggestions.

Most likely 334, 333 and 435 would suit you more than the 335DW, they are all very capable, make sure you have a good listen to all of them before deciding.
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I think 435 would be a bit analytical and agressive to him.
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A good balance between musicality, sufficient but not overpowering bass impact and sufficient clarity probably points to the MH334. smily_headphones1.gif
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