Looks like the 334s are backordered and sold out at Fujiya. At least according to their website.
Tokyo FUJIYA AVIC Summer Portable Audio Event - Page 3
Head-Fi's Best Sellers
Just so you know pricing should be around 39,000 JPY, hopefully Fujiya AVIC will update their website. Good price for great headphones.
Sorry we missed you. I think most of us were out to lunch at the time.
Great meeting all of you yesterday again! Sorry I've been busy to actually sort out my photos but for now I've uploaded the lot to my Flickr account. Feel free to see the pix here :-
I'll need to select the highlights to attach to this this thread later when I'm more free. Enjoy the pix.
Edit: BIG THANK YOU TO SASAKI-SAN FOR THE INVITE! We truly thank you so much for letting us know about this event, earlybird access to the show, and introduction to some of the members in the industry!
Hi all, I just came back from an overseas trip and remembered I didn't post the highlights of the portable show here. Looking at the view count of the flickr link, I can gather not many have bothered to have a look at it there ;-).
The very first desk we stopped at was VentureCraft's. Starting with the VentureCraft Go-DAP X. This is a somewhat more "universal" version of the Go-DAP 4.0 (which was for the iPhone 4/4S). This has USB mode too for PC's/Laptops. And there is a surround sound feature which was quite unique.
Unfortunately I didn't get to try the Izmo M1 unit. But it looked interesting.
These are the Stax earphones. So the amp that goes with it is called SRM-002 but I don't know what the earphones are called! But it's the update to the S-001Mk2 anyway.
These are modded M2Tech HiFace :-
The FitEar To Go! 111 desk was extremely popular. We had a good chat with Suyama-san about his latest universal IEM.
Tone Flake amps were rather interesting. They had flashing coloured lights but these were a little too clunky for my tastes.
An interesting product from Dimitri's Musica Acoustics. This MyST 1866 is a DAC/Amp which not only does optical/coax/USB but wireless Bluetooth too. Didn't get to try the Bluetooth (although @Shigzeo tried it quite a bit). I gave the optical a shot and overall, has a rather tube-ish signature. This still isn't the final design/product yet (as such the philips screws). But looks promising.
And on the MH Audio desk, the maker sits very quietly with his customisable products. I've actually seen his desk a few times now at the various Fujiya Audio show but this was the first time I actually tried their amps and was very impressed with them. IMHO these will give the Nationals a run for their money. I'm surprised the low-profileness of the maker for such a great sounding product. Another head-fief actually bought these after having a listen to them.
Here's another product I spent quite a bit of time listening to. These Burutta BRT-PA1 is like a Digizoid and amp combined in one. There's some serious bass in this amp esp for bassheads!!
Here with have myi381. This is an amazing man!! He practically makes his own gear! He made his own earphones and put them into a Final Audio housing and they sound fantastic. I tried both his earphones and he's done s tremendous job with both of them. I think meeting myi381 and talking to him has been the highlight of my experience in this show.
This is his own portable amp too.
And the other chap who's infamous multi-stack was there again. (His photos made famous by MKubota1). This time he's got the HeadRoom Portable Amp stack too.
Fostex (Foster) appears to be attempting the earphone market too. These are still new/prototype.
One for HP-P1 owners. This is the HP-P1 prototype (no DAC).