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On the same, but lighter seems like people who have had issues with certain batches of 846s haven't had too much of a problem exchanging them.
Exactly. There should be absolutely no excuses. Quality control should be 100%, nothing else. 
Good tip. Thanks.
Someone should take an exact count of malfunctioned 846s. It is more than a few.
Ok. My 846, left ear side has been shutting off intermittently for 0.5-1.0 seconds at times. I can't seem to replicate the problem. Just randomly shuts in and out of sound. Crackling is noticed. I think it may be the shure type connectors? I am not a fan of them at all. I really hope these don't die on me. Mine were made early 2014.
I'm sorry about this...I am just waiting for mine to crap out on me anyway now with what I've been reading on the HF forums... If I may ask, when was the date of build/manufacture? 
You my friend need to try the 846.
Ie800 was garbage. 846 ANYDAY. From form to function the 846 steps all over the 800. And this is coming from a BIG fan of the sennheiser sound. 846s are actually the first pair of shures I own. I actually preferred and still prefer the ie80 over the ie800 as well.
Yes true. I meant it as a good thing. I have had the ASG2 since release, and have been a pretty big fan of the sound. So what I am saying is, if someone has never even listened to the ASG2 and jumped to the ASG2.5, the difference he is hearing from the 2.0 to 2.5 is absolute and not relative to our ears. Us current ASG2 owners cannot really take his 2.5 review into account because the ASG2 sounds exactly as he described the ASG2.5.
If you don't have the asg2 to compare to it, you may as well be describing the way the asg2 sounds.
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