i've been in contact with martie directly from the end of february until 3 days ago (due to a replacement) and he has always been very quick to respond. i wonder why this shouldn't be the case for you, CanadaBoy...
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3/9/10 at 1:46pm
Yes, that's just how the button on my week-old M11P (and also the button on my '09 vintage NE-7M) works with my 2009 iPod 120Gb Classic. OTOH, my BlackBerry 8310 Curve does not respond as described to multiple button pushes (last two bullets of that list), and I am OK with that. I have no experience with other DAPs, other generations of iPods, or any iPhone.
I have no reason to suspect that the M9P would behave differently than the M11P.
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First post, just received my M9Ps and unfortunately they came damaged. The faceplate for the mic/answer button was detached and it does seem to affect the button presses. Not sure if anyone elses buttons are not clicking some times.
Sound wise, they are pretty good. I have EP-630 and HD201 and they stack up well, but volume wise, the right earbud is quite softer than the left side. I have tried all the tips and it's the same.
Not sure if this is due to the mic being on the right side or if it was also damaged. I'm not sure but I think I read in another thread that someones M9s were like this too for the volume so I'm not sure if it is the mic or not.
Forgot to mention, mine came with an extra set of double flange tips. It's gray and came in its own baggie labeled Balanced Sound. It reduced the bass a little, I like them.