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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post


Was asking if they are actually close to FitEar, seems like some Tralucent fans was saying over the Ref1 thread on how it sound close to FitEar of something.

I only heard the 1Plus2 and was somewhat puzzled by it. Ref1 must sound very different to have it sound like a FitEar according to some of them.


Ah... I see. I'm sure in what way it is closer to Fitear. If they are talking about the addictiveness of the sound, the answer is yes. :tongue_smile: Otherwise, no.  

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I meant "I'm NOT sure in what way it is closer to Fitear". :blink:

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Originally Posted by malifact View Post
 

So I know this is probably a difficult question to answer, but are there any universal IEMs that the MH334, MH335DW and SR are similar to (except the universal 334)?  Since I can't demo any of the FitEar range, a comparison would be really helpful.


Well, speaking of the universal 334, you want to say TG334 ??

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Originally Posted by cladane View Post
 

Well, speaking of the universal 334, you want to say TG334 ??

 

Of course he's referring to the TO GO!334.

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Originally Posted by Kiats View Post
 

I meant "I'm NOT sure in what way it is closer to Fitear". :blink:

 

Haha! You could have just edited your initial post, actually. :p

 

But I agree that its an apples to oranges comparison between FitEar & other TOTL brands (like Tralucent).

 

Each have their own distinctive house sound, but are nonetheless addictive/immersive in their own way.

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Originally Posted by ATSCODE View Post

Haha! You could have just edited your initial post, actually. tongue.gif

But I agree that its an apples to oranges comparison between FitEar & other TOTL brands (like Tralucent).

Each have their own distinctive house sound, but are nonetheless addictive/immersive in their own way.

That's the problem when you deal with old folks: not terribly tech savvy
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