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post #1711 of 1744

SInce there seems to be the usual huge difference in price between the US and the rest of the world can any one recommend a dealer that will ship them to Australia?

 

Thank you

post #1712 of 1744
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Originally Posted by gerbi View Post

SInce there seems to be the usual huge difference in price between the US and the rest of the world can any one recommend a dealer that will ship them to Australia?

 

Thank you

 

I got mine from Amazon. The price usually fluctuate between $200 to $250 USD. Another $10 for shipping. And if you don't like it, you can return for a full refund. You would need to pay for the return shipping though. 

post #1713 of 1744
Thank you for the tip. I've ended up ordering from Amazon. If I had to buy them here in Australia the listed price is $599 AUD...oops, I just saw you're from Perth so you know what I'm talking about!
post #1714 of 1744

Need some help... When I listen ambiental or chill-out tracks at low volume I hear something like a hiss or static noise(like from a vinyl disc) that dissappears when I raise the volume. The same noise comes when I change fast volume at low passages of music. It happens on 2 laptops with 2 different sound cards but not at my mobile phone Nokia N8. I bought the MTPC as used from Internet and after comparing the whole package I am 99% sure that they are genuine. My guess is that at low volumes the sound card is not driving enough current/voltage... into MTPC, that's why it works ok at high volume.

post #1715 of 1744
It is just the difference in noise floor of the different equipment.
post #1716 of 1744

Nice review! I've bought mine yesterday for 190€ on Amazon and I should receive them tomorrow.. I've heard that burn-in pratice in is very useful for this headphones.. do you think I should burn-in mine? I've never do this before on my headphones 

post #1717 of 1744
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Originally Posted by Hellkitchen View Post

Nice review! I've bought mine yesterday for 190€ on Amazon and I should receive them tomorrow.. I've heard that burn-in pratice in is very useful for this headphones.. do you think I should burn-in mine? I've never do this before on my headphones 

Which country amazon site was this? The UK one has the MTPC listed at £220+

post #1718 of 1744

How does this compare to the monster gratitude?

post #1719 of 1744

How necessary is the burn in?

post #1720 of 1744

Think it has been mentioned a couple times, but if you want to wear them overear to avoid microphonics, the Audeo ear guides work very well.  Got a pair recently and based on my ear shape I had issue with a nice fit with the Coppers when worn normally, overear I get a deeper fit and find them much more comfortable. 

post #1721 of 1744
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Originally Posted by highuse View Post

Which country amazon site was this? The UK one has the MTPC listed at £220+

Amazon.it any months ago.. unfortunately I retourn mine because of fitting problem and pain to ears

post #1722 of 1744
Hey guys, I own V-moda crossfade lp's and the v-moda vibrato, i was wondering if upgrading to the coppers or golds would be a good choice, i was planning on getting the refurbished golds. I like bass with accurate treble and mids, and want it to sound good and a little bit warm
post #1723 of 1744

I've owned those for a while now and they are my favorite IEM's so far. I currently own Shure SCL3, UE700, Klipsch S4i, Monster iSport Immersion and Audio Technica ATH-M50. I don't own an amp or DAC yet, all I have is the iPhone dongle named SRS iWOW 3D. The MTPC are amazing sounding earphones. I admit to having lots of fun with them since I use them daily. Sometimes I just wish the cable was more robust or even braided as I wouldn't mind using them when I commute from home to work.

post #1724 of 1744
How are the bass on these, i like bass, especially sub bass as long s its controlled and sounds good
post #1725 of 1744

For me, the bass sounds very controlled, especially if you look at all my other IEM's or even ATH-M50's that I can use to compare. The MTCP give me a great balance between all frequencies and while allowing me a certain level of analytic listening (not at the level of Shure's very flat sound signature), they remain very fun and sound warm.

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