- Aug 1, 2016
I do find the sound of mh335dw and mh334 is quite similar. And yes, i find the 335 is lusher and a little warmer. Thats maybe bcos of the additional woofer they use. However thou, on some songs, this 335 can perform a tighter bass than 334. i don't know whether my ears are right or not, but i felt that way sometimes. The mids on 335 a tad more backward (distanced vocals) than 334, so that i find the 335 to be a little wider in soundstage than 334 (but not really much IMO). The MH334 is indeed, to me, more to my liking. The mids of mh334 is a little more forward and have more robust sounding than 335, and i suspect this maybe the cause for 334, IMO, having a little more treble (more balanced and clearer in overall performance) than 335.
My Monet17 already arrived at Singapore yesterday. I believe is on the way to Indonesia right now. I get the feeling i am gonna love it very much. I really love Fitear's signature especially their custom. Really special. Full bodied, big beefy sounding, spacious, and it has a very clean 'analog' sounding (very good for long listening session).
heres my mh335dw picture
Judging by your equipment it seems that your music genre fits the 334.
The Monet is another wonderful CIEM and sounds great on my jap anime songs, I think that was Suyama-san's intention for it. But for my overall music genre, my ear leans more towards 335.
Glad you'll be getting your Monet soon. Jaben Indonesia told me it took quite a while for the Monet to arrive to their customers.