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post #451 of 717

You'd have to ask Sennheiser but I think they just didn't want the hassle of including it per pair of headphones, then dealing with e-mails and calls from people who don't understand it etyc etc.  This way is easier:  you have to register so they have your details and presumably the people asking this will also understand it.  That being said, I think it's a nice gimmick but tolerances are extremely tight anyway,  any slight variation will be insignificant taken into consideration the basic sound sig that all the HD-800 share and variability in the rest of the audio chain.

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Originally Posted by Xenophon View Post

You'd have to ask Sennheiser but I think they just didn't want the hassle of including it per pair of headphones, then dealing with e-mails and calls from people who don't understand it etyc etc.  This way is easier:  you have to register so they have your details and presumably the people asking this will also understand it.  That being said, I think it's a nice gimmick but tolerances are extremely tight anyway,   any slight variation will be insignificant taken into consideration the basic sound sig that all the HD-800 share and variability in the rest of the audio chain.
Agreed. I was just thinking about this because, some people including me only received the PDF of FR and not the physical certificate.
post #453 of 717
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Originally Posted by jerrick85 View Post
 

Got my FR graph yesterday. They took only one day after i registered my product. Mfg month is Nov 2013 and serial no is 27xxx.

 

Just got my graph in for my 27xxx and it looks pretty much the same as that one. 

 

Took quite a while (well, maybe just a couple of hours) for the registration confirmation email to arrive and then a couple more hours for the graph to arrive afterwards.

post #454 of 717
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Originally Posted by namaiki View Post

Just got my graph in for my 27xxx and it looks pretty much the same as that one. 

Took quite a while (well, maybe just a couple of hours) for the registration confirmation email to arrive and then a couple more hours for the graph to arrive afterwards.
So mine was not alone after all and got a identical twin. Also I think sennheiser's are pretty fast in sending out FR graphs
now. I saw posts earlier took days to receive theirs.
post #455 of 717

Just so there's a record of it in this thread...

post #456 of 717

 

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Originally Posted by roguegeek View Post
 

Just so there's a record of it in this thread...

 

Your graph looks awesome especially around 6K.
post #457 of 717
^ indeed.
Mine with s/no. 270xx, has a noticeable bump at the 6kHz region.
post #458 of 717

Good thing I have absolutely no idea how to read this type of graph. :beerchug:

post #459 of 717

Hi guys, I just bought the HD800 here in italy for 800€....I want to register but I don't know where!! could anyone help me please?

post #460 of 717
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Originally Posted by Blasyrkh View Post
 

Hi guys, I just bought the HD800 here in italy for 800€....I want to register but I don't know where!! could anyone help me please?

http://en-uk.sennheiser.com/service-support-services-register-your-product

post #461 of 717
Go to sennheiser.de then scroll down, click 'services' then 'register your product' and enter the details, most important the serial number. 800 is a good price, I assume it was used or a showroom model? I don't know if you can re-register in case the previous owner had already registered.
post #462 of 717

thanks guys, I registered on en-uk.sennheiser.com , is it the same of the .de version?!

 

It was brand new, there was an online offer on Mediaworld (hitech chain stores in italy) for the past weekend


Edited by Blasyrkh - 3/12/14 at 12:42pm
post #463 of 717

Follow this link to the Sennheiser website which takes you to the  "registration"page.  Complete the form and you are all set!

 

 

http://reg.sennheiserusa.com/

post #464 of 717
Very strange, normally Sennheiser are very strict with their dealers about pricing, exactly to avoid actions like this that upset the regular dealer network and put their wholesale price under pressure. i purchased mine at a stock clearance sale for 900 and the seller was acting like if it were a drugs deal. But hey, if it worked for you then so much the better.
post #465 of 717
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Originally Posted by ghibliss View Post
 

Follow this link to the Sennheiser website which takes you to the  "registration"page.  Complete the form and you are all set!

 

 

http://reg.sennheiserusa.com/

thanks to you too, I already registered!

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Originally Posted by Xenophon View Post

Very strange, normally Sennheiser are very strict with their dealers about pricing, exactly to avoid actions like this that upset the regular dealer network and put their wholesale price under pressure. i purchased mine at a stock clearance sale for 900 and the seller was acting like if it were a drugs deal. But hey, if it worked for you then so much the better.

 

actually on this shop there are some good deals for sennheiser, it happened exactly one year ago when I bought the hd700.

 

I just bought the HD700 from another dealer for 560€, and I found out that on Mediaworld online it was 480 (20% off retail price of 600€). So I asked to the one I bought it that I found the hd700 for less and I wanted a refund. The store told me that he had to ask to the italian distributor if he would be able to refund me the difference (80€). He told me then that the distributor didn't let him make the discount because there were strict rules about pricing, and that was strange that Mediaworld was allowed to do that price. So I didn't have the refund.

 

This time I got lucky :P

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