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Just order a C435, now waiting.......................redface.gif
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Thanks to the uncle for some explanation.
Edited by Jeremy1234 - 6/6/13 at 3:29am
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Congratulations. ....

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Congratulations. ....

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Yeah..............................redface.gif

 

Think u are the most experience here in Fitear CIEM.

 

Just like to know what do u think of the C435 Bass no doubt sound is quite subjective ?

 

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Must.... Resist.... Temptation... wallet... will... die....

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Must stopped visiting Jaben for a while, very poisoning..........................redface.gif

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Originally Posted by Jeremy1234 View Post

 

Yeah..............................redface.gif

 

Think u are the most experience here in Fitear CIEM.

 

Just like to know what do u think of the C435 Bass no doubt sound is quite subjective ?

 

Thanks..........................normal_smile%20.gif

 

LOL.....please, I am quite a noob.

 

Anyways, the 435 extends incredibly well in both directions. The bass is extremely tactile, fast and has great slam and attack. It can come across as slightly dry in nature but leading edges, body and decay is all present. Providing the source is up to it, the dynamic punch that the bass can produce is stellar! 

 

One of the qualities of the bass and very rare even in high end home systems is the ability to produce directional bass....from my experience only a few (C)IEMs has this quality.

 

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Must stopped visiting Jaben for a while, very poisoning..........................redface.gif

 

I say the same too.......Stop visiting JABEN in Hong Kong....I was there today and enquired about something, againpopcorn.gif.....will know after the weekend!

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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

LOL.....please, I am quite a noob.

Anyways, the 435 extends incredibly well in both directions. The bass is extremely tactile, fast and has great slam and attack. It can come across as slightly dry in nature but leading edges, body and decay is all present. Providing the source is up to it, the dynamic punch that the bass can produce is stellar! 

One of the qualities of the bass and very rare even in high end home systems is the ability to produce directional bass....from my experience only a few (C)IEMs has this quality.


I say the same too.......Stop visiting JABEN in Hong Kong....I was there today and enquired about something, againpopcorn.gif
.....will know after the weekend!
what about the treble, is it sparkly or smooth?
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It can come across as slightly dry in nature but leading edges, body and decay is all present.

 

Yeah, that's the part I think maybe that uncle is trying to explain.

 

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what about the treble, is it sparkly or smooth?

 

OK, to my ear.

 

The mid and the high is one of the best so far I heard. It's smooth, sparkiling, transparent and not fragile to my ear. I feel that the sound is warmer as compared to the 335.

But then maybe I am not a bassy person and that's why I never really pay more focus to it.

 

I think the bass is fast, maybe to some extent where it's doesn't decay slowly, not that natural when u hear drum ?

 

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OK, to my ear.

 

The mid and the high is one of the best so far I heard. It's smooth, sparkiling, transparent and not fragile to my ear. I feel that the sound is warmer as compared to the 335.

But then maybe I am not a bassy person and that's why I never really pay more focus to it.

 

I think the bass is fast, maybe to some extent where it's doesn't decay slowly, not that natural when u hear drum ?

 

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I would add that there is good weight in the in trebles, followed by the ethereal almost halo effect shimmer-glowing around the instrument/s.......dissipation upwards.

 

The above is very recording and upstream related!

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My 335 arrived 2 days ago. Some pictures of my new toy:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outstanding finish, far better sound isolation than my JH13 and far more confy fit than my JH13 (which needed 9 refits!!!). Fitear rocks, JH Audio sucks!

As for the sound, like my beloved TG334, they are on the dark and organic side but in a slightly different way. The transparency of those 335 is incredible. Very very happy, but want some other high end customs (C435 or Monet) from Fitear now.L3000.gif


Edited by Marshal Banana - 6/10/13 at 7:22pm
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Congratulations! I must say I'm not used to seeing a FitEar custom all black. Rather stealthy!
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Congratulations!

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Awesome!!!

I was saving an all black for the Pro Audio 335 but enquired over the weekend and like the Monet.

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