Head-Fi.org › Forums › Summit-Fi (High-End Audio) › High-end Audio Forum › Stax SR-009 Channel Imbalance Trouble / Driver Problem?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Stax SR-009 Channel Imbalance Trouble / Driver Problem? - Page 21

post #301 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by Golfnutz View Post

I'm about 45 minutes west of Toronto if that helps. I have a SRM-1 you could test with.

If your in the Toronto area, maybe someone else could help you out by letting you plug your phones into their amp.

Thank you so much for that. I will see how it goes for a few days and try to find someone local in the first instance but will get back to you if I have no luck.
post #302 of 494
This issue seems different to what others have experienced. Can someone shed more light based on what I have experienced?
post #303 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by Clsmooth391 View Post

This issue seems different to what others have experienced. Can someone shed more light based on what I have experienced?

Based on the symptoms, it seems like an amp issue as alluded to earlier. If you can try them on another amp altogether first, it would really help.

post #304 of 494

This issue seems to have gone away now.

post #305 of 494

So it wasn't the amp, but the phones. It'd be nice if you could note the potential imbalance in your listing.

post #306 of 494

I tired the headphones so many times since and took them to another head-fier (stapsy) and we could not hear any imbalance issues at all. When it did happen, it was for only a handful of times and for a few minutes each time.

 

Someone I spoke to said you need to keep it running for a few minutes to let it charge and after it went away I tried countless times (and sought a second opinion) to see if it happens again and it didn't.


Edited by Clsmooth391 - 2/11/14 at 8:18pm
post #307 of 494
.

Edited by glorkaglickflic - 4/14/14 at 2:27pm
post #308 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by glorkaglickflic View Post
 

 

You ever think of giving PJ more than a weekend to reply before bitching?

post #309 of 494
Agreed, doesn't seem fair to write this stuff when you likely sent the email at the start of the week end in Japan.
If they haven't responded after a week's time, it's another story and you should share here to avert people.
post #310 of 494
.

Edited by glorkaglickflic - 4/14/14 at 2:27pm
post #311 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by glorkaglickflic View Post

I contacted them on Thursday, which is not on the weekend.
Except that there is a thing called time lag which would have made it Friday, possibly evening time in japan.
post #312 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by glorkaglickflic View Post
 

probably a good idea if you want anyone to pay attention to your problem.  People are really trying to put some thought into helping you.

post #313 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bones13 View Post

probably a good idea if you want anyone to pay attention to your problem.  People are really trying to put some thought into helping you.
Can't see the insults, they get moderated on the fly. A good thing probably.
post #314 of 494

'


Edited by glorkaglickflic - 5/19/14 at 7:40am
post #315 of 494
Quote:
Originally Posted by paradoxper View Post
 

You ever think of giving PJ more than a weekend to reply before bitching?

.


Edited by glorkaglickflic - 5/17/14 at 1:35pm
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: High-end Audio Forum
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Summit-Fi (High-End Audio) › High-end Audio Forum › Stax SR-009 Channel Imbalance Trouble / Driver Problem?