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post #16 of 49

I'm totally agree with you. That's why lot's of people switch to make their custom made IEM. Cause they don't like delay. But I have to wait any way to get my things back!!!!!

post #17 of 49

I got my enyo cable and earphones yesterday. Here is some picture. It took almost 4 months.Enyo cable

 

Enyo cable

post #18 of 49
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Dear gods...4 months?? Question: was it worth the wait? How do you like the reshell?

post #19 of 49

Yep. Everything is perfect. Although Kevin took long time but he did a good job. Reshelling is pretty good and it fit perfectly in my ear. I also ingraved ue logo and my name on it. Here is some picture.

 

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post #20 of 49
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They look really great! I should get some molds taken but I don't plan on getting custom IEMs any time soon. Desktop set up takes precedence!

post #21 of 49

Thanks Aural. I don't suggest any one to order anything from Null-Audio cause they took long time to serve. If anyone wana take a risk they are more then wellcome. I heared about Rooth Professional Audio in china. They are also top notch and cheap.

post #22 of 49
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Never head of Rooth before. I'll definitely check them out. I usually like to get things locally or at least within the USA so that warranty and shipping isn't such a nightmare. Enjoy those UEs!

post #23 of 49

Null has a horrible customer  service reputation locally. I too, wouldn't recommend them. There are several batches of Null reshells that arrive more than a month after other reshelling companies' batches even though Null sent them out before those companies.

post #24 of 49
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Originally Posted by Snips View Post

Null has a horrible customer  service reputation locally. I too, wouldn't recommend them. There are several batches of Null reshells that arrive more than a month after other reshelling companies' batches even though Null sent them out before those companies.


It's nice to have the perspective of a local. I really do hope that Null Audio gets their crap together because they make some good products. I wonder why they don't hire more staff.

post #25 of 49

I do agree with aural. Null really make some good product only flaw is they took long time. I don't know why?

post #26 of 49

Got my Lune cable also. My complains are they gave me the puny Viablue T6 jack instead of the fat onemad.gif and I don't like the plastic neck choker.  I mean c'mon, you're paying $118 usd and they couldn't put a metal charm stopper for a neck choker?

post #27 of 49
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Got my Lune cable also. My complains are they gave me the puny Viablue T6 jack instead of the fat onemad.gif and I don't like the plastic neck choker.  I mean c'mon, you're paying $118 usd and they couldn't put a metal charm stopper for a neck choker?



That's not cool. What's the smaller Viablue look like? Did you try talking to them about it?

post #28 of 49
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That's not cool. What's the smaller Viablue look like? Did you try talking to them about it?

No, not even gonna bother since I don't want to wait another month to get it back.  Won't recommend them since they look cheap to me.  I bought another TF10 cable this time from Beat audio($112) and this time I was very thorough on what I want and was glad to see that they have the color and the fat Viablue T6 cable that I want.  I not holding my breath on the neck choker so I bought metal clip on charm stopper and just use that to make the cable more professional looking.  BTW, if anyone wants to replace their cheap clear plastic tube they call neck chokers here is the item I replaced it with.  Before you buy Null Audio's Lune, wait until I do a build review of my Beat Audio cable Sonic.
 

 

 

post #29 of 49

5 months after arrival -- channels cutting out on an Enyo cable. 99.9% that the problem is related with the connection to the plug. Darn. I emailed from the form on the website, will do the facebook soon.

 

Fairly disappointed that for $80 the cable didn't last any longer than a stock cable . . . 

 

 

post #30 of 49
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Originally Posted by GarlicKnots View Post

5 months after arrival -- channels cutting out on an Enyo cable. 99.9% that the problem is related with the connection to the plug. Darn. I emailed from the form on the website, will do the facebook soon.

 

Fairly disappointed that for $80 the cable didn't last any longer than a stock cable . . . 

 

 

Sorry to hear that :(

 

Luckily my Lune cable is still going strong. I do baby it though. I DO NOT want to have to send this back overseas for a replacement. 
 

 

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