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I've tested it on other laptops and music players. Same issue. Asked a friend to confirm. He could hear it too.    So if he's sending me back the same pairs, and technically my warranty period is done, what options do I have?  I could confront him about it and maybe get something out of it. Or I could give up on him and just try to repair them. The last time I posted about this someone told me it seemed like a cable issue, and I could just send them out for and have the...
Ok. I'm going to do my best not to flip out, but this is driving me crazy. The bass on the left side has once again dropped out. There is no more sub-bass. This is the 4th pair I've owned from lendmeurears. He's been good about replacing them, but every single one has failed in the same way.I'm starting to wonder if I'm doing something wrong or if he's been sending me back the same broken pairs. I've tried switching tips, and switching sides. Same issue. The last two...
So for the second time now the left side has lost most of the low end. Given that I just got them back after waiting 2 months for them to come back from lendmeurears, I'm more than a little frustrated. They're still under warranty, but I'm still quite frustrated by my luck with these.    Has anyone else had this issue and have they managed to fix it? I want to try what I can before I have to wait yet another 2 months for these to get another pair. 
I started a project a while back to recable a pair of these in another thread. I thought I'd post it here too since it might interest some people.   So I ended up recabling them with the MEElectronics M2 cables. The M2 is $7 from TigerDirect, significantly cheaper than any stand-alone cables I could find and their cables are very good   The process:     Before, with those awful cables.   Open them up with a razor on the corner near the cable, just...
So I ended up recabling them with the MEElectronics M2 cables.....and then losing them a day later. Hopefully someone in my building will return them. However I did manage to get some pictures of most of the process:     Before, with those awful cables.   Open them up with a razor on the corner near the cable, just like the the monoprice thread suggested. Make sure to wedge the blade in all the way around first. If you don't you'll just break plastic off...
School started and I got too busy the finish this. I have the M2s and the 933s. Haven't had the time to get the rest of the stuff. Having the changed the tips on the 933s you get a lot more bass out of them, so I'm suspecting they'll sound even better if I ever get around to making a custom enclosure for them.    For now I'll probably start by just recabling the 933s. Their cable is terrible. I have never in my life seen something tangle so much. It would tangle less...
That's the idea.     I'm an industrial design student. It's a condition. 
Any bluetooth 4.0/Wireless USB enabled device. The amp/dac would be charged via micro USB with the option (if there's space) of a few EQ settings that the user could custom make for each set of headphones and load onto the device and toggle through them.    As far as the size of the GD04, I would say if possible a bit smaller and curved like a belt buckle so it sits more comfortably and less conspicuously on your hip. I'll see if I can throw together a quick...
What do you mean by source?
I was thinking of something the size of the belt buckle I linked to earlier with a clip to secure it to your pants or shirt with play/pause and previous/next controls along with a switch for a user modifiable selection of EQ settings. Having the amp clipped to something would allow a more consistent and natural spot to reach for the control without having to take your DAP out as opposed to player controls on the cable which move around. Parking the DAP and the amp next...
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