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post #76 of 299

+19

 

Ultra-wrong


Edited by wind016 - 10/18/10 at 8:05pm
post #77 of 299
Quote:
Originally Posted by TobaccoRoad View Post

To Ultrasone:

 

I will never consider buying an Ultrasone product until OP's problem is resolved.

 

That is all.

 


 

+20.


Edited by FineLinedSmile - 10/18/10 at 8:16pm
post #78 of 299

This is unbelievable. I used to love my pro750s. The firm just scares me away forever. So sorry for the OP.

 

+21

post #79 of 299

 

Thats a punch in the face for all the customers all over the world and especially at North America. They better fix this issue and improve customer service or you will lose customers daily. A headphone worth that much should be given proper warranty and service. count me in, i won't buy any of their products. Thanks to david for sharing. i hope their sales plunge and they file BANKRUPTCY soon due to no demand. screw them!

+ 22

post #80 of 299

Wow just wow, in an effort to cheat on warranty spending they lost much more because of that. Good job Ultrasone CS.

 

 

+23


Edited by inarc - 10/18/10 at 11:38pm
post #81 of 299
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Originally Posted by obamasucks View Post

 

Thanks to david for sharing. i hope their sales plunge and they file BANKRUPTCY soon due to no demand. 

 


Hopefully not before a refund is given!!!!

post #82 of 299

What Anger! Yikes, i am glad i'm not Ultrasone.

post #83 of 299

Wow, thats pretty sad. Defenetly not dealing with Ultrasone. +24

post #84 of 299

Ultra... gone...
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by obamasucks View Post

 

Thats a punch in the face for all the customers all over the world and especially at North America. They better fix this issue and improve customer service or you will lose customers daily. A headphone worth that much should be given proper warranty and service. count me in, i won't buy any of their products. Thanks to david for sharing. i hope their sales plunge and they file BANKRUPTCY soon due to no demand. screw them!

+ 22

post #85 of 299

I'd suggest you paid a couple hundred more to get the palladium version now,

with the horrible history you had up to that point, the $$ is worth less than the time you'd wait

also seems you were calling every single day and bugged them so bad that they damaged the cans on purpose. hopefully they will read this thread though and give a new one, however usually companies don't care about stuff like this, they always say, "you can't please everyone" :-/

post #86 of 299

Bankruptcy.........Hey not so fast I just got my warranty last week.............


Edited by dallan - 10/18/10 at 8:26pm
post #87 of 299
Thread Starter 

Dear all my fellow head-fiers,

 

I am truly touched by all your support.  I have read each and everyone of your posts and I am in awe of this wonderful community and please know that I feel very humbled by generosity to support me publicly (as well as giving the time to read my long OP)

 

I want to make sure that everyone knows that it is not at all my goal (not even a wish of mine) that Ultrasone "file bankruptcy."  All I want is to have the situation be made right.

 

Once again, thank you to you all!

 

-Dave

post #88 of 299

Lets all flood ultrasone with protesting calls to get david what he is owed

post #89 of 299

+23

 

I was looking at either the D7000 or Ed. 8 as my closed can option... I think I just made up my mind. 

post #90 of 299
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Originally Posted by inarc View Post

Wow just wow, in an effort to cheat on warranty spending they lost much more because of that. Good job Ultrasone CS.

 

 

+22


lol so true.

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