has anyone try this brand? i know this from jude's video in youtube.Really Interested with this.maybe another replacement to my shure SE535.
Just spoke with ALO AUDIO and they are the exclusive of FIT Ear IEMs. as soon as they get pics and web[age ready they will be available there. Rep told me that they are only thing that close close to and Over the ear monitor regarding spacial qualities. I will be the first one to purchase them.
PM m if you want pics and info once i purchase them
I received my Fit Ear ToGo 334 IEMs from ALO audio last Friday, but held off on posting this until i received permission from them to do so. Let me start by saying I am a very lucky guy to have a set of these, they are AMAZING. Make all my other IEMs sound like junk, even the Shure SE 535s, Sennheiser IE-8s, UE (cant remember model) and Etymotic They tell me I am the only person outside of Japan to have a pair. Here are some pics more soon....
little more info. ALO is going to stock them,. They received only 5 pair initially, 1 sent to me, the other 4 to top reviewers, so expect to see some reviews soon. It may be some time before they are able to offer them for widespread sale because they are each handmade in a small workshop in Japan, so inventory building is going to be slow. I think they may have more soonthough so keep checking. They were close to $1,400. for the pair, but well worth the price. Every time i listen I am truly amazed at the sound produced by these. They really do blow away every other universal IEM i have heard, and i have tried what was previously thought to be the best. When i quick change and switch to a different IEM I was initially shocked that the IEMs i previously thought were great sounds dull and lifeless. These are that good. More comparable to my Senheisser 650 with Lariet 22 balanced cable from ALO then another IEM. Obviously they are in my ear not over it, but the music has a similar "jump" to it....smooth crisp highs, deep powerful bass and sweet sweet mids that make the music come alive....and the soundstage, its there both wide and deep. They make good recording sound great and bad recordings still sound good. You can hear the difference, and know its not the best recording, but the music still sounds good....that pretty incredible. I can write a mini review if anyone is interested (reply here), but my previous statements tell the story, you have to hear these things to understand.......start saving now.
i got them by being in them right place at the right time. I ordered a new amp, DAC and some cable for my 650's and got to chatting on the phone. I asked about any closed phone options they could recommend and the guy mentioned these.....Turns out the guy i was on with had some clout there and offered me a pair. They will be on the website soon