Picture Sunday: FitEar ToGo 334 – The Mid King

Disclaimer: We feature the FitEar Togo 334 in today’s Picture Sunday post. This post is not affiliated to anyone, TG334 was sent me from a fellow audiophile. You can check out all of previous Picture Sunday posts HERE.


Once upon a time, when there wasn’t any 18 driver earphones, FitEar Togo 334 was standing right there with it’s glamour. With it’s unique spell, it is one of the IEMs that made me feel lucky for testing.

I’ll be direct and honest here: This IEM maybe has the worst price/performance ratio in terms of bass quality (it’s still around 1800 USD), but my opinion is, FitEar Togo 334 has the best mids of any IEM at any given price, among the ones that I listened to. It’s simply fantastic, magical and unbelievable. No one, without listening this IEM, should use the “gorgeous mids” phrase. This is clearly the ultimate mid monster in my eyes.

Despite being relatively old, it’s still very good in technicalities, trebles and soundstage succession. And importantly it’s no doubt built like a tank. There are so few products that can match or get close to it for shell quality and the solution for cable connectors.

As far as I know it’s still in produce (correct if I’m wrong). Of course it’s highly questionable if it’s worth the price in today’s market, while there are many IEMs that can give a more complete performance for less. On the other hand, if I had a chance to say “money’s no object”, I would definitely get one to listen Diana Krall all day long.


4.5/5 - (26 votes)

A keen audiophile and hobby photographer, Berkhan is after absolute perfection. Whether it is a full-frame camera or a custom in-ear, his standpoint persists. He tries to keep his photography enthusiasm at the same level as audio. Sometimes photography wins, sometimes his love for music takes over and he puts that camera aside. Simplistic expressions of sound in his reviews are the way to go for him. He enjoys a fine single malt along with his favourite Jazz recordings.


  • Reply June 11, 2017


    I can totally agreed… Even at its age, TG334 still have a very magical mids that I have not hear a IEM close to it

  • Reply June 12, 2017

    hf liu

    fyi it retails for 1,399$ usd via its only official US distributor and a bit less in Asia.

    and around 700-800$ in the used market

  • Reply July 12, 2017


    What are the IEMs that are comparable to fitear tg 334 in terms of vocals?

    • Reply July 13, 2017


      Maybe K10 (or the new Kaiser Encore). Oriolus V2 is also shares some reseblence.

  • Reply November 11, 2018


    Hi there berkhan, could you please inform me if you have heard the hifiman re2000 vs the fitear togo 334, my music varies from rnb, vocals, acoustic to hippop , jazz and some acoustic rock, which iem would best suit these music genres regardless of price, thanks

    • Reply November 12, 2018


      Hi Niel,

      Unfortunately I’ve never listened to the RE2000. But what I can say is those genres could work really sweet with the TG334.

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