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Originally Posted by gnarlsagan View Post

Maybe it's fit?

 

Maybe the F111 does sound better.

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Edited by gnarlsagan - 5/10/13 at 3:45pm
post #348 of 839
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post

Maybe the F111 does sound better.

That seems to be the case but why? The FR is practically identical. The major difference looks to be fit imo. Maybe it's something else though.
post #349 of 839

Here something incredibly exciting that happen to me few moments ago, my mother wanted to relax a bit out in the sun and I offered her to listen to some music. She hates the feeling of having anything in side her ears but after me insisting that she should try this she did. I played her some classical indian sitar using the AK100 and F111. Half an hour passed and she woke up from her nap, remember this is the first time she ever listened IEM for this long, the first thing she told me it sounds "open" and "big" like it is around you. 

It sure did made me happy to realize that it is not really all in my head and in fact those subjective statement that we make do have some sort of objective reality to them. 
Seems like my F111 is going to have a new owner, I offered her the AK100 but it is too hard for her to figure I need to buy she an ipod shuffle. 

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finally got the price of fitear parterre ............ 79800 yen =)) nearly equal to the 334's price and nearly double price of the 111 ............ fitear make me so sick :( 

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Originally Posted by LyPForever View Post

finally got the price of fitear parterre ............ 79800 yen =)) nearly equal to the 334's price and nearly double price of the 111 ............ fitear make me so sick :( 

Meh, that doesn't seem so surprising. How is that equal to the 334's price? 334s are 105,000 Yen that's like 25,000 Yen more than the Parterre....and then the fact that it's multi-drivered too...

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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

Meh, that doesn't seem so surprising. How is that equal to the 334's price? 334s are 105,000 Yen that's like 25,000 Yen more than the Parterre....and then the fact that it's multi-drivered too...

yup, the price 79800 is what I expected before ........... no surprise here :)

the 334 only 99800 yen not 105000 ^^ ........ the parterre seem like only 2 driver not 3 as I expected ..........


Edited by LyPForever - 5/10/13 at 9:26pm
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Originally Posted by LyPForever View Post

yup, the price 79800 is what I expected before ........... no surprise here :)

the 334 only 99800 yen not 105000 ^^ ........ the parterre seem like only 2 driver not 3 as I expected ..........

Is it demo-able yet? At the headphone festival some head-fiers will be at?

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Is it demo-able yet? At the headphone festival some head-fiers will be at?

yes :) , it is demo-able at the festival now

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Originally Posted by LyPForever View Post

yes :) , it is demo-able at the festival now

Very cool. I've been interested in the TG334 for a while but the price keeps turning me off. I'm also looking for a sizable upgrade to my UE900 so I didn't feel like the F111 would have enough of a difference to warrant the purchase. Here's hoping the Parterre holds up.

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If you can't tell I am mighty impressed by F111, I honestly believe one can be happy with just this IEM with them and if they can avoid head-fi and site of similar nature they would never think of upgrading to anything else. 

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What a wonderful idea with the cone shaped nozzle , I can really see that helping a lot.

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Audio technica also implements similar design however they do not use titanium nozzle. I really don't know how the nozzles meant to help but overall I am really pleased with the F111. 

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