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post #196 of 1316
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Originally Posted by WCDchee View Post

Yea the ditas are really up there with the best of them imo. In fact i find that most multi BAs simply aren't implemented well enough to sound anywhere as balanced and natural as it. For the 3003s, i only tried them for s really short while but if my memory serves me right they do have some similarities in the signature. The primo 8s on the other hand.. Well lets just say that while the ditas play at the top of the game, the primo 8s wouldnt fare well at even a fraction of its price.

So, we can say that Dita has the best cost-benefit  in relation K 3003 ?

post #197 of 1316
Well... I would say that since i havent actually given the 3003s a proper listen. But honestly, at the prices we're looking at here nothing can really be considered as having great cost to benefit ratio.
post #198 of 1316
I got a DITA comin which I may be able to compare to the K3K. I'm thinkin that the sigs will likely be pretty different though
post #199 of 1316
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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

I got a DITA comin which I may be able to compare to the K3K. I'm thinkin that the sigs will likely be pretty different though


We welcome the comparisons with different products and we recognize that different folks will have different preferences. 

 

With the Dita products, we strived to have a dynamic driver bass slam and impact that we feel more closely replicates the natural feel and sonics of such sounds while at the same time maintaining the speed, separation and accuracy of a top tier product.  Top to bottom coherence is critically important to us and we hope that folks will find this characteristic of Dita products to their liking. 

 

Normally, we hesitate to class the Dita product as "In Ear Monitors" although we have heard from our office in Japan that a few sound engineers have picked them up for that use.

 

Have fun and many thanks to our customers.

 

D.

post #200 of 1316
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Originally Posted by Ditti View Post


We welcome the comparisons with different products and we recognize that different folks will have different preferences. 

With the Dita products, we strived to have a dynamic driver bass slam and impact that we feel more closely replicates the natural feel and sonics of such sounds while at the same time maintaining the speed, separation and accuracy of a top tier product.  Top to bottom coherence is critically important to us and we hope that folks will find this characteristic of Dita products to their liking. 

Normally, we hesitate to class the Dita product as "In Ear Monitors" although we have heard from our office in Japan that a few sound engineers have picked them up for that use.

Have fun and many thanks to our customers.

D.

Apparently the DITA will be in tomorrow? That's what Fed Ex says anyhow. I've been impressed by your sales guy James so far. Extremely fast replies. In any case, I've got a plethora of phones to compare them to, so we'll see how they stack up. Very excited and hopeful though. Impressions here have painted a positive picture of what to expect
post #201 of 1316
To me they are on the same level if sound as TH900, i still believe with a better amp they have more room for improvement.
post #202 of 1316

Just got the DITA in this morning. Absolutely commendable job from DITA so far. I'm blown away by the speed of dispatch, and the phones themselves. They are very, very quickly ascending the ladder for me, and are currently right there alongside the FX850 as my favorite overall phone. Time will tell whether they'll surpass the FX850, but it's been extremely promising thus far. 

post #203 of 1316

I received mine late afternoon yesterday. 

 

Everything about this IEM exudes class from the packaging, cable, housings, they are  a very luxurious product. I put them straight in my ears and yes everyone is right, they need burning in. Straight out of the box they sounded thin and hollow but started to change very quickly.

 

I have been feeding them music for about 14 hours now but i am not going to listen again for a few days.

 

The service from the guys has been terrific, with a two day turnaround from payment to receiving them in Australia. All notifications were done really quickly as well. So far it is all a top class experience.

 

Thank you Danny and Desmond.


Edited by Sauntere - 4/29/14 at 6:55pm
post #204 of 1316

I fibbed, had to have a quick listen before leaving for work.

 

So after around 16 hours of burning in the bass needs to tighten up. The mid range seems a little recessed and soft too. No treble issues at all so far.

 

Also the cable while obviously of very high construction quality, is a little on the stiff side and tends to curl a bit just as others have mentioned.

 

I am not paying particular attention to the seal but the large single flange seems to suit me just fine. They seem to fit pretty snugly not protruding much at all.


Edited by Sauntere - 4/29/14 at 6:58pm
post #205 of 1316
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Originally Posted by Sauntere View Post
 

I fibbed, had to have a quick listen before leaving for work.

 

So after around 16 hours of burning in the bass needs to tighten up. The mid range seems a little recessed and soft too. No treble issues at all so far.

 

Also the cable while obviously of very high construction quality, is a little on the stiff side and tends to curl a bit just as others have mentioned.

 

I am not paying particular attention to the seal but the large single flange seems to suit me just fine. They seem to fit pretty snugly not protruding much at all.


Dear Sauntere,

 

We are excited that you are excited but try to be patient and give it a bit more time.  Dynamic drivers do need a fair bit more time to really open up.  This is especially true for the Truth cable version.  The points you have noted above should come into focus with quite a bit more burn in time.  Have fun.

D.

post #206 of 1316
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Originally Posted by Ditti View Post
 


Dear Sauntere,

 

We are excited that you are excited but try to be patient and give it a bit more time.  Dynamic drivers do need a fair bit more time to really open up.  This is especially true for the Truth cable version.  The points you have noted above should come into focus with quite a bit more burn in time.  Have fun.

D.

 

Hi Ditti,

 

Thanks for the response. Yeah i understand that. I am just recording the changes and sound as i notice them that's all. I have high expectations that the sound will change and improve significantly.

 

I am having fun :regular_smile :

 

Cheers

post #207 of 1316
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

Another quick update on EX-1000 vs Dita:

Hi mate! Can you compare vocals between these two phones? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

I had written a 1800 review but after reading it I was not happy. it was too emotional, I like to find the balance in this and I need to set down and think of the ways I like to see dita improved. 

I have to set down again and figure out whether I like to write the review based on a single set reference setup common for all the IEM I am going to compare the truth with or do I want to compare each iem based on the setup that makes them sound their best?

If you still have this review, I would love to read it. Care to PM it my way?
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Originally Posted by james444 View Post

Funny, I still prefer the EX1000 over the IE800. Just shows how preference is everything. wink.gif  

Them EX1000 vocals... Can anybody not like them? Implausablez! (*_*)
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

Please keep the community informed about your future gears . I for one cannot wait to see what you will bring to the market next.

+1 be active pls
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Originally Posted by Ditti View Post

In light of the feedback we've received here.  We will work on XL and possibly XXL tips for inclusion in the future.    

Winning!
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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

I got a DITA comin which I may be able to compare to the K3K. I'm thinkin that the sigs will likely be pretty different though

Most excellent my fruend.
post #208 of 1316
Ive found few inconsistent statement in my review i know it has been long since i got my iem but i promise the sound seems to change when i have changed once i had it connected to HUGO. Dita truth is both musical and remains transparent if the source is transparent as well.

this weekend i will have something up based on Hugo pairing alone.
post #209 of 1316
Thread Starter 

A DITA black t-shirt would look cool.........

 

:)

post #210 of 1316
I am very curious to see the different setup people use for their iem.
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