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The The FitEar ToGo 334 is the world’s most expensive in ear headphone. Even in these headphone crazy days of personal music, that’s a pretty big matzoh ball hanging out there. They are handmade by a small company in Japan — and you’d better like them as there is a no return policy.
The company describes them as ‘the new universal IEM from renowned custom IEM maker FitEar. Based in a small workshop in Tokyo Japan, Fit Ear crafts each IEM by hand to the very highest standards. The ToGo 334 is comprised of a 3 way system with 3 units and 4 total drivers. A driver for the low frequency, low and mid frequency and high frequency make for an unmatched sonic presentation. The ToGo 334 delivers a soundstage unlike any other IEM, both open and natural.
- Quadruple (4) balanced armature drivers
- 3 way / 3 unit / 4 driver (334)
- Low 1 / Mid 1 Low 2 / High 1
- Two prong detachable cable
- Pelican 1010 hard case
- Soft carrying pouch
- Cleaning brush
- 4 sets of ear tips
- 12 month limited guarantee
|Tech Specs||Balanced armature driver
3Way / 3Unit / 4Drive
rLow-1 / Low · Mid-2 / High-1
3.5mm stereo mini-plug connector
Accessories and Package :
FitEar are ever pragmatic. What comes with your TG334 is an indestructible Pelican 1010 hard carrying case, a soft toss-pouch, four pair of silicon ear pieces, a shirt clip, and a cable. For the buying price, it’s an ascetic package, to be sure, but then again, who can argue with discipline?
Well, I suppose that for 1400$, you might be forgiven for expecting a life-size poster of Mr. Suyama, a set of false teeth, and a bowl of bad ramen to boot. The TG334′s price is well hung. It nuzzles its tusks in your common sense every time John Denver bleats on about West Virginia.
But, if you are reading this review, you probably don’t care too much about that. And again, you’d be forgiven.