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post #1171 of 4469

made into new thread


Edited by tacomn - 7/30/10 at 7:01pm
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Very comprehensive effort but maybe it would be a bit more useful if instead of using the URL as the link name you said something about the review itself - author, nature of the review, location, etc. 

 

Also lol@ the site with the graph. I love how they gave the DBA-02 and the Bose in-ear the same score. Also love the Bose IE graph:

 

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Edited by ljokerl - 7/30/10 at 5:13pm
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ok will try when Im done mowing my lawn.

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fr.png

 

Can someone explain this graph namely the 5k to 10k area and why there are two colored lines there unless there's another earphone being compared to but I don't see that color anywhere else.

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The explanation is right on the graph (under where it says 'Fischer Audio DBA-02'). It reads "Resonance in the ear canal", probably estimated and not measured.
 

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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

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Can someone explain this graph namely the 5k to 10k area and why there are two colored lines there unless there's another earphone being compared to but I don't see that color anywhere else.

post #1176 of 4469

Thanks. It helps to be able to read that I guess :P I've never seen that before in a graph however but I don't look at graphs of stuff too often.

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well the bad news is the original owner will not refund or help me with treoo good news is ive contacted treoo and im sending in my dbas monday for rma

 

the wait begins :)

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good going.... and yep hopefully we will both get them in soon enough

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My seller agreed to contact Dmitry (the ebay seller), and ask for repair/replacement, and he even offered to pay shipping for me to ship it to Dmitry. We're still waiting to hear back from him. I guess both yianni and I will get things sorted out.

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He's also a HF member, Marine Pilot.

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Originally Posted by yianni View Post

well the bad news is the original owner will not refund or help me with treoo good news is ive contacted treoo and im sending in my dbas monday for rma

 

the wait begins :)


yanni i can help you but you dont need my help

and all my items are sold as-is

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Originally Posted by castigar View Post

My seller agreed to contact Dmitry (the ebay seller), and ask for repair/replacement, and he even offered to pay shipping for me to ship it to Dmitry. We're still waiting to hear back from him. I guess both yianni and I will get things sorted out.


nice, i gotta ship mine to the Philippines so instead of paying 144 from bugden, i payed 160 to buy a week old dbas plus shipping to get them rma'd.

 

i did learn my lesson, next time IF i buy something by a user here im contacting them via phone and getting all the information i need make sure its legit

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On the other hand, it has yet to be established that the pair you bought are defective, to be honest. So I would not impugn the seller's rep quite yet. Could be Treoo will tell you there is physically nothing wrong with the pair you bought. If the terms were "as is" and he says they were working fine, it would be sort of dumb to sell a defective pair and risk negative feedback. They just might not be a good fit for you or something like that. Time will tell. Good luck on it.

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Originally Posted by slaters70 View Post

On the other hand, it has yet to be established that the pair you bought are defective, to be honest. So I would not impugn the seller's rep quite yet. Could be Treoo will tell you there is physically nothing wrong with the pair you bought. If the terms were "as is" and he says they were working fine, it would be sort of dumb to sell a defective pair and risk negative feedback. They just might not be a good fit for you or something like that. Time will tell. Good luck on it.


well i havent blamed him at all. i didnt say that he sold me a bad pair, it might be my imagination or i did something or during shipping something happened. i did not leave bad feedback either

 

personally i hope theres something wrong with them because they dont sound good to me

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It's been my experience that we live and learn on HF. I've owned 4 dozen IEMs in my great chase. If you get a replacement and they too sound bad to you, someone will buy them.

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