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@Bobtrinity which of the three phones (Sabre, Master4, Master6) would be the easiest to drive from an itouch/smart phone? I'm thinking (hoping) it would be the Sabre but I am curious.
I used it on my Sabre preorder with no problems, I don't know why people think you can't.
Well, I got my replacement D2 and the tubing is better but still somehow crooked, but not as bad as the first one. At this point I have to say that the weak point in the built of this ie is the plastic tubing, and I would prefer if LMUE simple didn't include them and had included ear guides instead. Other than that, is a great little phone to use on the go, easy to drive and cannot find any faults in the sound for the price. The only other thing is that I would prefer if...
It is impressive how far some companies will go to not honor warranties or not address certain issues with their product, worrying more about the quick buck today instead of building long term relationships with their customers, that is why I appreciated LMUE business ethics and why I'll be their customer for years to come.
Teo's attitude and business practices definitely makes me feel better. As I said before, LMUE probably has one of the best customer service I have come across in the headphones world (the other being Trinity Audio) and I wouldn't even had mentioned the issue if it wasn't the same that the other poster had. I will wait for my replacement to give my impressions.
It's not like you will get two different sounding earphones, that is not my experience when it comes to filters. Of course you can buy two vyrus and keep two different filters if that's what you want, I just feel that the better investment would be to get a different ie, heck, you might not even end up liking the vyrus that much.
Yeah, that didn't make sense to me either, since all Vyrus will come with the same filters and you can probably buy more filters from Trinity.
What part of that is hard to understand, if you don't mind my asking.
I contacted Teo and he is getting them replaced. It's not the end of the world but it is obvious that the plastic tubing is not supposed to exit to the side like it does on mine, especially since it pushes the right piece out of my ear after a while. Sincerely I wasn't even going to mention it but the fact that another poster had the same issue made me concerned for a moment.
Actually it is. The right side tube in mine came out to the side instead of behind the ear like is supposed to, which would push the piece out after a little while and I imagine puts stress on the cable because is now being twisted to conform to my ear, and CB seems to have the same issue. As I said, hopefully is just a problem with a few of them and not widespread.
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