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post #361 of 586
He's banned.
post #362 of 586

Just arrived my HD800 certification.

S/N 04769

 


Edited by earformance - 2/26/13 at 12:17am
post #363 of 586

It's interesting how low resolution these graphs are compared to Audeze graphs.

post #364 of 586
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Originally Posted by vlach View Post

S/N #17416 reporting in:

 

Happy to see my graph is perfectly flat between 3.5Khz - 9Khz. The "bump" is moved further up at around 10Khz...i don't mind that actually.

 

 

wow. we seem to have a pretty similar looking FR graph! mine is from the recent batch #21XXX.

post #365 of 586
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Originally Posted by earformance View Post

Just arrived my HD800 certification.
S/N 04769


I thought #21xxx is the current serial..
I am a little bit confused
post #366 of 586
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Originally Posted by Hubert481 View Post

I thought #21xxx is the current serial..
I am a little bit confused

...yeah, but stores buy them in batches, if not all units sell they're stocked up for a while, some buisnesses go under and sell their remaining stock etc...
Unless you order them directly from the factory I doubt you are guaranteed to get the very latest serial number biggrin.gif
post #367 of 586

You are right. I bought it 2nd hand, so that's why the early S/N.

The certificate was just required a few months ago.

 

Guys,

what's the reason of the hided S/N? Some of you wilfully shroud them.

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Originally Posted by earformance View Post

You are right. I bought it 2nd hand, so that's why the early S/N.
The certificate was just required a few months ago.

Guys,
what's the reason of the hided S/N? Some of you wilfully shroud them.

Guessing it's the standard tinfoil hat thing, posting what is essentially proof of ownership on teh intarwebs etc...
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The Illuminati are watching your computer, and you need to use morse code to blink out your PGP messages on the numlock key.
post #369 of 586
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The Illuminati are watching your computer, and you need to use morse code to blink out your PGP messages on the numlock key.

???

post #370 of 586

Whom do I ask from for the FR sheet of mine HD800?

post #371 of 586

These the flattest headphones in the world as of now?

post #372 of 586

Nah. They are bright, not flat.

post #373 of 586
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Originally Posted by tsiknus View Post

These the flattest headphones in the world as of now?


Unfortunately not.

The flattest are LCD-2 and LCD-3 as of now.

Check innerfidelity for real measurements.

post #374 of 586

I had a hard work day and at the end of the day I was able to go to pick up my new pair of HD800.

 

Just enjoying them now, but this mistical state of joy is making me dumb or something: I can't figure how/where in hell you order those certificates. Not that I really need it, but after expending this money on a pair of headphones, I want the complete fetish experience.

post #375 of 586

Just register the 'phones on Sennheiser's website.

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