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post #31 of 37
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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post
the slider should be good enough for most uses.

@Kunlun: you should be able to try out the phonak ear guides on Saturday. I'll bring the pair I have so you can see if it actually helps you or not.
Thanks!
post #32 of 37
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Originally Posted by Kunlun View Post
I just spoke to a Monster Cable representative, he told me it was 1 year for any manufacturing defects and after that they will replace it once for any reason for the lifetime of the earphones. They must be purchased from an authorized Monster reseller, you must be the original purchaser and you must have your receipt.


Can you name another earphone company that will replace your earphones, say 6 years down the road, even if you are clearly at fault for breaking them?
Skullcandy....
bwahhahahahahahahah

Sorry I couldn't help it.
post #33 of 37
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Originally Posted by YGuyG View Post
Skullcandy....
bwahhahahahahahahah

Sorry I couldn't help it.
How DARE you!!!!!!! Actually, if Skullcandy really does have that type of waranty, that's pretty impressive. I know Koss has a good one as well.
post #34 of 37
They do have that warranty. One of my friends who has some kind of skullcandy talks to me about earphones (cuz he knows I'm into them) and always mentions how his skullcandy breaks and how he keeps using the warranty on them.
post #35 of 37
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They do have that warranty. One of my friends who has some kind of skullcandy talks to me about earphones (cuz he knows I'm into them) and always mentions how his skullcandy breaks and how he keeps using the warranty on them.
Interesting. Now the question is: are there any that are actually tolerable? Like for gym use or lawn mowing use? I seriously would get a pair if they have that warranty and maybe approach JVC Marshmallow or low end SoundMagic type sound quality.
post #36 of 37

Why does the box have one strain relief design on it, and then the actual headphones have another?

post #37 of 37
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Originally Posted by freddiethebass1 View Post

Why does the box have one strain relief design on it, and then the actual headphones have another?



Probably a minor revision from the time they designed the box/artwork. I bet they ordered thousands of boxes - no need to throw them all out and redo them just for a minor detail. 

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