Originally Posted by lee730 Anyways I look forward to your impressions on the 334s. Particularly on the bass. Keep me posted :).
Are any of you Ramen lovers? OMG I just love this Ace brand Ramen "Super Big Ramen". It's rather expensive but just so ono :). I'm gonna have to stock up on it the next time I go to costcos. I tried finding it for cheaper but no luck.
Gonna be awhile as my phones are coming from Deutschland I think. Same guy sold Romy a set of L3000's so he can't be too bad lol. And man, dehydrated/reconstituted ramen is one of my guilty pleasures! I miss livin' next to a Marukai, that place always had the coolest ****. I don't have a Costco card, but I'll try lookin' at Sams or Seafood City next time I'm there
Originally Posted by shotgunshane
Well I happen to disagree. The TG334 has one of the most realistic sense of space I've heard.
I'm hoping that I come to the same conclusion... or... maybe not. I'm not sure. I'm still kind of reeling over these back to back expenses that I've racked up in a short span of time :l
Originally Posted by eke2k6
The 334's soundstage is really strange (to me at least). It's huge, but it's not that big at the same time.
I've heard iems give really out of the head presentations, but the 334's soundstage was huge without ever really going out of head. It put a tremendous amount of space between instruments.
It's almost as if it shrunk my consciousness to make my head space bigger, or just straight up expanded the room inside my head.
I probably sound like an idiot...
Sounds like a less eloquent way of describing Romy's mental origami phenomena. I do experience that same sensation with the Flat-4 but I also do get a genuine "out of head" sensation on certain tracks as well; I can certainly understand where the both of you are coming from where inner depth is concerned. The F-4 is sort of cavernous in that respect on some dense recordings, like you're spelunking into the track itself. If the 334 pulls off a similar parlor trick, then I'll be one happy camper