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Originally Posted by Mython View Post

I see ALO USA are still mentioned on fitear's dealer/agent list, but am I correct in believing they only handle the 'universal' 334 'to-go', rather than any of the fitear CIEM products?
Probably no harm in dropping them a mail to ask if they do FitEar CIEMs too or just TG! Series.
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Only retailers with the actual demo versions of the said CIEM in store, can sell them..........

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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post


Probably no harm in dropping them a mail to ask if they do FitEar CIEMs too or just TG! Series.

I mailed them recently. They only carry the TG! models which they are currently out of stock on. 

 

So customs is out of the question for us living in the US.

post #664 of 3631

This is beautiful. Found this list http://fitear.blogspot.com/2012/04/fitearmh335dw.html

 

Found out one of my fav artists has FitEar (specifically Gero)

 

Saw him performing at Nico Nico's Chokaigi 2 with them in.

 

New goal in life: To become a professional singer and get FitEars.

post #665 of 3631
I tried Gavin's 335. Contrary to what I expected, they sound nothing like the se5. The 335 have much heavier bass IMo. The se5 is more delicate sounding. Both awesome I would say, but did not listen enough to really compare.
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

I tried Gavin's 335. Contrary to what I expected, they sound nothing like the se5. The 335 have much heavier bass IMo. The se5 is more delicate sounding. Both awesome I would say, but did not listen enough to really compare.
Even more bass than SE5, wow than I would call 535 as a bass heavy IEM.
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Originally Posted by tupac0306 View Post


Even more bass than SE5, wow than I would call 535 as a bass heavy IEM.

 

The MH335DW is harmonically richer and fuller sounding. I wouldn't classify it as bass heavy IEM but there is a heavy presence prevalent comparatively. I only have the 001 cable at the moment but with the 000 cable, the bass becomes a lot more textured and goes even deeper thus opening up the soundstage.........

 

The MH334 that I tried last week, customs not demo version and I had to cup my hands over my ears to achieve a seal, is more similar to the SE5 than not.

 

While the MH335DW is quite different and more esoteric in it's signature. Audiophile vocals and Jazz is where it excels for mebigsmile_face.gif

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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

 

The MH335DW is harmonically richer and fuller sounding. I wouldn't classify it as bass heavy IEM but there is a heavy presence prevalent comparatively. I only have the 001 cable at the moment but with the 000 cable, the bass becomes a lot more textured and goes even deeper thus opening up the soundstage.........

 

The MH334 that I tried last week, customs not demo version and I had to cup my hands over my ears to achieve a seal, is more similar to the SE5 than not.

 

While the MH335DW is quite different and more esoteric in it's signature. Audiophile vocals and Jazz is where it excels for mebigsmile_face.gif

Thanks Gavin.

Both MH334 and 335 sounds interesting and a step up compared to to go 334. 335 has been something I wanted to try since I got my SE5 redface.gif

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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

 

The MH335DW is harmonically richer and fuller sounding. I wouldn't classify it as bass heavy IEM but there is a heavy presence prevalent comparatively. I only have the 001 cable at the moment but with the 000 cable, the bass becomes a lot more textured and goes even deeper thus opening up the soundstage.........

 

 

So, are you implying that the MH-335DW offers a larger soundstage than the SE-5?

 

I find the SE-5 soundstage rather small.

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Slightly, but not as airy as the Miracles.
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Originally Posted by Mython View Post

So, are you implying that the MH-335DW offers a larger soundstage than the SE-5?

I find the SE-5 soundstage rather small.
post #671 of 3631
What's the price on the MH235s? I'm in the market for a new pair of CIEMs.
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335s that is
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Originally Posted by skoog5600 View Post

335s that is

Lucky~ I wish I lived in Japan

 

http://www.fujiya-avic.jp/products/detail12589.html

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Lucky~ I wish I lived in Japan

 

http://www.fujiya-avic.jp/products/detail12589.html

 

+1

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Skoog, if you're keen on doing it, book it via Fujiya for the spring festival. It'll be cheaper than the Fujiya website price.

I can check when Fujiya will open up to accept schedules for the day for taking impressions.
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