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post #1096 of 1100

Well, after nearly 2.5 years, my headband got broken.

 

I have enjoyed them a lot, taking them to NY, London and even to a cruise through Greek Islands. Time for a new experience, but since they've been my first hifi headsets, I've bought the Studio Young Guru version, which I find better well-rounded and way more comfortable.

 


Edited by Ayax - 3/16/14 at 4:48pm
post #1097 of 1100

Hi

I've got my pair of AIAIAI TMA-1 Fool's Gold Edition in January. Since then I used them quite a lot in a club.
I've recently noticed a fracture on headband. Send message to AIAIAI Customer service. They wrote back to me and said that I am qualified to get a replacement. In order to get a replacement they wrote: 

"please cut the cable between the ear cups and the headband and take a picture of your headphones. Once we have received your reply, we will ship a replacement set to the address that you have stated."

Have you guys had same kind of problem ? Did u get replacement (new headphones?) after cutting the cable ?



Here is the image of my AIAIAI: 

http://images61.fotosik.pl/1065/008d7ab9cd58c3ba.jpg

post #1098 of 1100

I'm gonna bump this with two questions:

 

1. How come used TMA-1s are so cheap? Especially the Beatport Edition. Do people just not like the green or did something change?

 

2. Can I still fit custom cables on the TMA-1s after they implemented the cable lock feature?? Or do I need to dremel that hole out now...

post #1099 of 1100
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Originally Posted by PanpandaChan View Post

I'm gonna bump this with two questions:

 

1. How come used TMA-1s are so cheap? Especially the Beatport Edition. Do people just not like the green or did something change?

 

2. Can I still fit custom cables on the TMA-1s after they implemented the cable lock feature?? Or do I need to dremel that hole out now...


Put simply, supply and demand. There isn't very high demand for them despite then being quite capable headphones. So people put them up for cheap to get some return on them.

It depends on the cable really... I'd say most custom cables you'd need to open the hole more, but not all.
post #1100 of 1100
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Originally Posted by kyuuketsuki View Post


Put simply, supply and demand. There isn't very high demand for them despite then being quite capable headphones. So people put them up for cheap to get some return on them.

It depends on the cable really... I'd say most custom cables you'd need to open the hole more, but not all.

 

Ok if that's the only issue, then I might pick up another pair.. or two.. >_>

 

But ugh.. I hate that they changed the hole. I wish they would've added the cable locking feature without making it a PITA for custom cables.

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