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post #676 of 4141

Can anyone who's tried both the MH335 and MH/TG334 comment on the presentation of the low-mid of the 2 please? I reckon the 335's is as thick or even thicker than the 334 or is it actually the opposite?  

post #677 of 4141
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Originally Posted by tranhieu View Post

Can anyone who's tried both the MH335 and MH/TG334 comment on the presentation of the low-mid of the 2 please? I reckon the 335's is as thick or even thicker than the 334 or is it actually the opposite?  

 

The MH334 and ToGo! 334 are very different in sound signatures and presentation........I tried a friend's MH334 last week, I had to cup my hands over my ears to obtain a semblance of a seal, not perfect but it allowed more insight to the MH334. To me the ToGo! 334 has always been larger than life........The MH334 is a lot more precise, balanced and true to source.

 

Briefly.......

 

To answer your question:-

 

- To Go! 334 bloated, comparatively

- MH334 accurate and precise

- MH335 harmonically rich, one of the best IEMs I have heard for Male vocals

 

The MH series is Suyama San's interpretation of providing an audiophile product for the music lovers. The MH334 is an easier CIEM and will sound good with 90% of one's music library, the MH335DW is a little more esoteric and would probably sound great with about 50% of the said music library. 

post #678 of 4141

Can anyone tell me that whether I could order the TG! 334 at Fitear office? They has been out of stock on Fujiya site for a while .


Edited by nntnam - 4/30/13 at 1:38am
post #679 of 4141

Pretty sure you can if you pass by. If not, Fujiya or E-earphone isn't far anyway.

post #680 of 4141
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post
To me the ToGo! 334 has always been larger than life........The MH334 is a lot more precise, balanced and true to source.

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- To Go! 334 bloated, comparatively

- MH334 accurate and precise

...

 

The MH series is Suyama San's interpretation of providing an audiophile product for the music lovers. The MH334 is an easier CIEM and will sound good with 90% of one's music library...

eek.gif Really now....

Definitely interested in a MH334 vs C435 comparison. Definitely. Not to ask too much though....

post #681 of 4141
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eek.gif Really now....

Definitely interested in a MH334 vs C435 comparison. Definitely. Not to ask too much though....

 

Here's someone else's impressions of, and comments on, the TG 334 & MH334 (the latter being his own set of customs): http://www.head-fi.org/t/597534/suyama-universal-fitear-to-go-334#post_8170621


Edited by music_4321 - 4/30/13 at 1:57am
post #682 of 4141
Have not heard the mh, but I hear the TG more like Gavin than like this guy...Th334 has in no way tight and controlled bass.
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post

Here's someone else's impressions of, and comments on, the TG 334 & MH334 (the latter being his own set of customs): http://www.head-fi.org/t/597534/suyama-universal-fitear-to-go-334#post_8170621
post #683 of 4141
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

Have not heard the mh, but I hear the TG more like Gavin than like this guy...Th334 has in no way tight and controlled bass.

 

"This guy" (Sasaki) is actually a very experienced HF'er and owns his own set of MH334 customs. Whose views (spkrs01's or Sasaki's) are more accurate? I've no idea as I've not heard the MH334 myself. However, it's always good to have more impressions, particularly from more experienced / seasoned HF'ers who are also not easily given to hype — all the more when talking about (very, very) expensive products and, in the case of FitEars, where getting a pair of customs can be very difficult and even more expensive depending on where you live.

post #684 of 4141
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post

 

"This guy" (Sasaki) is actually a very experienced HF'er and owns his own set of MH334 customs. Whose views (spkrs01's or Sasaki's) are more accurate? I've no idea as I've not heard the MH334 myself. However, it's always good to have more impressions, particularly from more experienced / seasoned HF'ers who are also not easily given to hype — all the more when talking about (very, very) expensive products and, in the case of FitEars, where getting a pair of customs can be very difficult and even more expensive depending on where you live.

 

There may not be an "accurate" - different listeners, different opinions. However as per music_4321, Sasaki-san is actually quite a highly respected in the audiophile community here. What we see here in HF is merely a tip of the iceberg of what he contributes & participates in the audio community here in Japan. He's regularly interviewed by makers, distributors, and retailers as they solicit opinions of a respected consumer in the local industry.

 

There's another MH334 owner here, DonnyHifi, of which we've met a few occasions comparing the my TG!334 with his MH334. I've even tried his MH334 but have to hold it in to get good isolation.

post #685 of 4141

That's interesting. Thanks for the comparison, I got what you were trying to imply.

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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

 

The MH334 and ToGo! 334 are very different in sound signatures and presentation........I tried a friend's MH334 last week, I had to cup my hands over my ears to obtain a semblance of a seal, not perfect but it allowed more insight to the MH334. To me the ToGo! 334 has always been larger than life........The MH334 is a lot more precise, balanced and true to source.

 

Briefly.......

 

To answer your question:-

 

- To Go! 334 bloated, comparatively

- MH334 accurate and precise

- MH335 harmonically rich, one of the best IEMs I have heard for Male vocals

 

The MH series is Suyama San's interpretation of providing an audiophile product for the music lovers. The MH334 is an easier CIEM and will sound good with 90% of one's music library, the MH335DW is a little more esoteric and would probably sound great with about 50% of the said music library. 

post #686 of 4141
I will get confirmation how the MH334 compares to the ToGo! 334 in 2/3 month's time as I will order them when my C435 arrives.

However, there are a few people, respected members here, that do agree the ToGo! 334 sounds very good on the Tera Player primarily because the bass is lessened/ tightened and also the overall presentation more focused and there are others who dislike the changes.

Of course each hears differently and will always have their preferences. There's no dispute here................
Edited by spkrs01 - 4/30/13 at 7:28am
post #687 of 4141
I know you are the "guy" who says what he thinks but let us be clear. I never said this guy was wrong, and he could be the Queen of England for all I care. I had the TG334 for a month and do not hear them like he describes. I have limited experience but too ears, and several pairs of high end iems to compare. If you are implying I or Gavin are easily taken to hype well please don t. My statement was clear and just adding a third opinion. Unless you intend to add yours, what is the point.
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post

"This guy" (Sasaki) is actually a very experienced HF'er and owns his own set of MH334 customs. Whose views (spkrs01's or Sasaki's) are more accurate? I've no idea as I've not heard the MH334 myself. However, it's always good to have more impressions, particularly from more experienced / seasoned HF'ers who are also not easily given to hype — all the more when talking about (very, very) expensive products and, in the case of FitEars, where getting a pair of customs can be very difficult and even more expensive depending on where you live.
post #688 of 4141
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

I know you are the "guy" who says what he thinks but let us be clear. I never said this guy was wrong, and he could be the Queen of England for all I care. I had the TG334 for a month and do not hear them like he describes. I have limited experience but too ears, and several pairs of high end iems to compare. If you are implying I or Gavin are easily taken to hype well please don t. My statement was clear and just adding a third opinion. Unless you intend to add yours, what is the point.

 

You clearly took a couple of things the wroooong way, but I will say this: I'm very glad Sasaki is not the "Queen of England".

post #689 of 4141
Ok then sorry, writting rarely conveys meaning as easily. If he is so experienced, I have no.objection in him taking the role. But I am French so we do often wish ill upon the British.
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post

You clearly took a couple of things the wroooong way, but I will say this: I'm very glad Sasaki is not the "Queen of England".
post #690 of 4141
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

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.

Thanks Anak, but depending upon when the doting sake is I may not be able to scrape up that kind of cash. May have up be the fall festival. But I will try for spring.
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