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post #91 of 97
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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post
 

 

The third one listed comes with Velour aftermarket ear pads :)

Too late haha. I placed a bid on the first one, and yes apparently the Black box is the new 2014 Model. I will post pics if i win it! It should look exactly like SargeSagara ones.

post #92 of 97

*buuummmmmmpppppppp*

post #93 of 97
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Originally Posted by nuraman00 View Post
 

 

Are mine real or fake?  I bought them 4 years ago in April 2010.

 

Earlier in the year, I replaced the ear pads.

 

My black leather bag had the white lettering.

 

The numbers seemed to match the indentations on the headband.

 

Here are some pics.

 

Last week, my headphones stopped working properly.  I don't hear the full sound from them anymore when I plug them in, I only hear low end sounds like drums and some guitar.  I don't hear higher end vocals or sounds.

 

However, if I plug them into the last groove, rather than all the way, I hear the full sound. 

 

I don't trust the sound coming out of them properly anymore, though.

 

I can't find the instruction manual right now.

 

I think the packaging looked good, but it was 4 years ago.

 

 

 


Bump.

post #94 of 97

Did the real V6 ever come in a black box?  All the unboxings show it in a gold box.  I'm wondering about this:

http://fortwayne.craigslist.org/ele/4621794294.html

 

The copyright date on it shows 2014; I wonder if Sony updated the box.

 

Edit: doh, just one page back, a discussion about the black box.  Seems legit; why would the counterfeits change the box if the real ones didn't?


Edited by oryan_dunn - 8/17/14 at 9:01am
post #95 of 97

This freaks me out I was going to buy some Sony MDRV6's off Amazon and now I am worried I might get a fake with poor audio quality. I remember when I first got a legitimate Sennheiser HD280 Pro lasted me years till the cabling finally had a short. Anyways. I really wanna get a decent pair of headphones for under $100 but it's hard because so many choices and the fact that there is fakes of good headphones out here. 


Edited by InternPrimas - 10/23/16 at 9:38pm
post #96 of 97
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Originally Posted by InternPrimas View Post
 

This freaks me out I was going to buy some Sony MDRV6's off Amazon and now I am worried I might get a fake with poor audio quality. I remember when I first got a legitimate Sennheiser HD280 Pro lasted me years till the cabling finally had a short. Anyways. I really wanna get a decent pair of headphones for under $100 but it's hard because so many choices and the fact that there is fakes of good headphones out here. 

 

If your buying the Sony MDR-V6 directly from Amazon, i really doubt they would be fakes.

The Sony MDR-V6 are more for studio audio monitoring, creating and analyzing audio.

There are better choices for someone looking to enjoy music.

Like Takstar Pro 80 (Gemini HSR-1000) headphones.

post #97 of 97
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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post
 

 

If your buying the Sony MDR-V6 directly from Amazon, i really doubt they would be fakes.

The Sony MDR-V6 are more for studio audio monitoring, creating and analyzing audio.

There are better choices for someone looking to enjoy music.

Like Takstar Pro 80 (Gemini HSR-1000) headphones.

Takstar Pro80 is currently unavailable for me. (On Amazon)

And the Gemini HSR-1000's are really expensive.

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