FitEar TO GO! & Universal Series --- Suyama's custom IEM, made universal!
Jan 14, 2021 at 11:05 AM Post #4,591 of 4,821

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Did anyone compare TG333 and TG334?
 
Jan 14, 2021 at 6:10 PM Post #4,592 of 4,821

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Did anyone compare TG333 and TG334?

TG334 sounds thicker, and darker. The TG333 on the other hand has a lot more air, sparkle, and stage but with lesser sub bass, warmth and thickness, and mids taking a step backward(but by no means recessed).

Build wise it still feels well built. Filled shell, my only grip is the cheap looking stock cable lol
 
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@levindamiel TG333 looks like I’m looking for to alternate Penon Volt.
I think also about iBasso IT07, Tansio Mirai TSMR-10 and UM mest but I had a special suggest for TG333 and looks perfect to me and maybe MEST
 
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Any comparison for TG333?
How is headstage?
 
Jan 19, 2021 at 11:02 AM Post #4,596 of 4,821

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Interested to know more about how the TG333 sound, especially compared to some of the more modern IEMs (e.g. Andromeda, Odin etc.). The last 333 variant I heard was the demo version of the private 333 and based on the description it seems like the sound has been updated. But that was years ago and I'm not sure if the new 333 is still as highly regarded.

Also interested to know more about how the 223 sound compared to 333 and 334.
 
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@ejong7 To Go!333 is universal iem and was released 1 month ago, maybe you've listened private 333 printed in an almost universal fit.
 
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@ejong7 To Go!333 is universal iem and was released 1 month ago, maybe you've listened private 333 printed in an almost universal fit.
Yup got that am just not sure if any updates were made when TG version was made.
 
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Interested to know more about how the TG333 sound, especially compared to some of the more modern IEMs (e.g. Andromeda, Odin etc.). The last 333 variant I heard was the demo version of the private 333 and based on the description it seems like the sound has been updated. But that was years ago and I'm not sure if the new 333 is still as highly regarded.

Also interested to know more about how the 223 sound compared to 333 and 334.

Oh! I remembered I have an Andromeda. I’ll listen to it again later. Will throw in too the Noble Katana, K10Acrylic, Sony IER-M7 for more comparison.
 
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@levindamiel thank you I will appreciate some comparison with andromeda and katana😍
Is andromeda og?
 
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@levindamiel thank you I will appreciate some comparison with andromeda and katana😍
Is andromeda og?

Yes the OG Andro :)


Tl;dr: 333 is like the 334 but remove the warmth, and add more sparkle up top.

I’ve spent the past hour listening to the 333. I used the stock 013 cable(int’l release one, the 013 from Japan release looks and feels cheap compared to the 013 from the TG!335Premium. I don’t know if they sound the same though) and stock FitEar tips. Source is SP2000OB. By far it’s my pick among the TG! series.

Highs - This is refreshing from FitEar. It’s detailed, and airy. Not fatiguing at all.
Mids - think 334 but has slightly less body.
Lows - Has very good texture but doesn’t go very deep.

Instruments are placed neatly in the space with nice headroom to boot.

I replaced the cable with a 1960s 2wire and the tips to Spiral Dots++. It sounds a slightly warmer, it added more air, vocals has a bit more body, and has wider stage.

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Sorry, I made a mistake. The included cable on the TG!335P is the 008, not a fancier 013/012.
 
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Interested to know more about how the TG333 sound, especially compared to some of the more modern IEMs (e.g. Andromeda, Odin etc.). The last 333 variant I heard was the demo version of the private 333 and based on the description it seems like the sound has been updated. But that was years ago and I'm not sure if the new 333 is still as highly regarded.

Also interested to know more about how the 223 sound compared to 333 and 334.

*Every 223/333 mentioned in the post will be about the TG Variant.
*223/333 will be using stock 013 cables. Apologies as I can't find the Andro/Katana's stock cables. Tip of choice will be JVC Spiral Dots++

Comparing the 333 to the Katana and Andromeda, the first thing that you'll notice is the headstage, it feels less wide. 333 is more on the intimate sounding side.

Katana vs 333. The mids of the 333 are similar to that of the Katana but is more upfront. Katana's lows reach deeper, with more rumble and control. the 333's lows still do have decent bass(bassheads this is not for you). It is controlled, and has good texture. Highs of the 333 is more unforgiving. It may sound harsh at some recordings. Overall it has a thicker timbre than the Katana .

Andromeda vs 333. The 333 still has the thicker mids of the two. I'll give the lows to the 333 - it reaches a little deeper but they have the same quantity. The highs of the Andromeda are much more extended and airier.

223 vs 333. The 223 sounds thin compared to the 333. 223's lows certainly lacks rumble, and doesn't even go that deep. Mids also sound thinner, and takes a seat backward. However, the highs of the 223 is its strong point. It has more sparkle, and has better extension. The 223 sounds anemic. (I have the Private 223 but it sounds different than the TG223. My CIEM has better lows and highs are more tamed.)

I'm really not a fan of Fitear's stock cable so I went and upgraded them upon receiving the IEMs. My 333 uses a 1960s 2 Wire, and my 223 uses a Brise UPG001RH+. Brise gave the 223 a much needed extension on the lower registers and a thicker timbre.
 
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*Every 223/333 mentioned in the post will be about the TG Variant.
*223/333 will be using stock 013 cables. Apologies as I can't find the Andro/Katana's stock cables. Tip of choice will be JVC Spiral Dots++

Comparing the 333 to the Katana and Andromeda, the first thing that you'll notice is the headstage, it feels less wide. 333 is more on the intimate sounding side.

Katana vs 333. The mids of the 333 are similar to that of the Katana but is more upfront. Katana's lows reach deeper, with more rumble and control. the 333's lows still do have decent bass(bassheads this is not for you). It is controlled, and has good texture. Highs of the 333 is more unforgiving. It may sound harsh at some recordings. Overall it has a thicker timbre than the Katana .

Andromeda vs 333. The 333 still has the thicker mids of the two. I'll give the lows to the 333 - it reaches a little deeper but they have the same quantity. The highs of the Andromeda are much more extended and airier.

223 vs 333. The 223 sounds thin compared to the 333. 223's lows certainly lacks rumble, and doesn't even go that deep. Mids also sound thinner, and takes a seat backward. However, the highs of the 223 is its strong point. It has more sparkle, and has better extension. The 223 sounds anemic. (I have the Private 223 but it sounds different than the TG223. My CIEM has better lows and highs are more tamed.)

I'm really not a fan of Fitear's stock cable so I went and upgraded them upon receiving the IEMs. My 333 uses a 1960s 2 Wire, and my 223 uses a Brise UPG001RH+. Brise gave the 223 a much needed extension on the lower registers and a thicker timbre.
Sorry for my question, if you don't mind please give me some impression about the fitear SP-iem7 and the fitear titan universal, really want to try both of them but i can't find them now. Many thanks
 
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Yes the OG Andro :)




Sorry, I made a mistake. The included cable on the TG!335P is the 008, not a fancier 013/012.
no, you did not. tg335 comes with 013 cable
 

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