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post #16 of 26

I hear that. JR, B&H, and Amazon are always #1 for me no matter what.
 

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I debated whether to bother posting, for the reasons you mention, but I can't let a terrible business get a good Head-Fi'er's money without trying. From now on, I'm sticking with B&H, J&R, HeadRoom, Crutchfield, Audio Advisor and Amazon direct.
 


You may get a good pair, and then you will be fine. It was definitely genuine and factory-fresh, just broken.
 


Thanks, I'm still holding out hope that they will pay up on their own.

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Good advice, I always look right past the Amazon checkout. I think they are selling genuine product, it's just you're SOL if they happen to send you one that's broken, because their customer service is just this side of criminally neglectful.
 

post #17 of 26

Wow, incredible loyalty to some internet shops. You guys sound like it's written in stone that Amazon and others can't screw things up. Guess what-they can. You just didn't experienced it yet.

post #18 of 26
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Wow, incredible loyalty to some internet shops. You guys sound like it's written in stone that Amazon and others can't screw things up. Guess what-they can. You just didn't experienced it yet.


Did you have bad experience with Amazon?

post #19 of 26

Nobody said they can't, but hell, Amazon's service is the best ever. All you have to do is call them the minute something is wrong and it's solved. You don't need to wait a week, a month, or even a day, it's right on the spot. Same goes for JR and B&H.
 

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Wow, incredible loyalty to some internet shops. You guys sound like it's written in stone that Amazon and others can't screw things up. Guess what-they can. You just didn't experienced it yet.

post #20 of 26
Thread Starter 

Thank you all for your experiences, I'll order it and checkout wif amazon when it is in stock again

(I live in Hong Kong and if priest's case happens to me, it would spend me lots of time and is a head work, amazon seems is the best solution to get a cheap and safe d7k)

btw anyone got an idea if solo SRGII is working well with D7000?

post #21 of 26

Well I don' think Amazon ships electronic goods outside of US.
 

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Thank you all for your experiences, I'll order it and checkout wif amazon when it is in stock again

(I live in Hong Kong and if priest's case happens to me, it would spend me lots of time and is a head work, amazon seems is the best solution to get a cheap and safe d7k)

btw anyone got an idea if solo SRGII is working well with D7000?

post #22 of 26
Thread Starter 

comgateway.com

buy in us, they would send to ur home

post #23 of 26

One time, Amazon accidentally shipped me the wrong item. I contacted them, and they overnighted me the right one. There aren't many places that would do something like that, IMO.

post #24 of 26

I just bought uk ebay.

499pounds.

post #25 of 26
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I wonder what they cost Denon for that matter. Build quality is pretty lame... they are rather fragile headphones with lots of plastic painted to look like metal.... I would be surprised if they cost Denon more than 50$ to make.


Dunno what D7000's you have, but mine are all magnesium and duralumin. The only piece of plastic is the bracket that attaches the earpads to the baffle (white plastic) and it's some damn tough plastic.

post #26 of 26
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Dunno what D7000's you have, but mine are all magnesium and duralumin. The only piece of plastic is the bracket that attaches the earpads to the baffle (white plastic) and it's some damn tough plastic.

Pure ignorance on his part. Hope he wasn't foolish enough to get a fake.
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