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DENON AH-D5000 bad quality

post #1 of 12
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I got my Denon AH-D5000 in the mail yesterday and when I took the tape from the bar came the paint with the tape.
It was a very bad mark there, not nice ..
Can I promote this to Amazon.com where I bought them?

 

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post #2 of 12

As sad as it is, it's quite a common problem. Should be no problem with returning/replacing them.

post #3 of 12
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Originally Posted by HK47 View Post

As sad as it is, it's quite a common problem. Should be no problem with returning/replacing them.



Yes it is sad.
Can they be fake?
Are there fake Denon on sale some place?
It says that it should be magnesium, but it's plastic ..

post #4 of 12
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Have now been in contact with Amazon.com.
I could get back $ 99.80 which was 20% of the purchase price .. Or send them back.
Think, think, is not sure what to do ...
It is slightly acidic and send back when I first started using the ..
It's really just cosmetic, but it's a bit annoying ..
So I'll think a bit this weekend ..

 

They are now connected to john blues amp for recording ...

 

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post #5 of 12


 

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Originally Posted by Taggen View Post

Have now been in contact with Amazon.com.
I could get back $ 99.80 which was 20% of the purchase price .. Or send them back.
Think, think, is not sure what to do ...
It is slightly acidic and send back when I first started using the ..
It's really just cosmetic, but it's a bit annoying ..
So I'll think a bit this weekend ..

 

They are now connected to john blues amp for recording ...

 

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I would return them if you want to resell them you will take more of a hit

 

post #6 of 12

I would take the money. Paint peel has no effect on sound quality.

post #7 of 12
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Originally Posted by TobaccoRoad View Post

I would take the money. Paint peel has no effect on sound quality.

Hi
It is true that, I think I'll go for money ..
I will be well used too it, but it's a bit sad since they're brand new.
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post #8 of 12
I'm very sorry to hear about that, this is not acceptable for such expensive headphones! I wonder where the money is going, as its certainly not to paint quality. Why is there tape there anyway? Is it the blue shipping/scratch protection tape?
post #9 of 12

Wow, I wish something like that happened to me. Grab the $100 and take your girl out to eat. Nice setup by the way,

post #10 of 12
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Originally Posted by Germancub View Post

I'm very sorry to hear about that, this is not acceptable for such expensive headphones! I wonder where the money is going, as its certainly not to paint quality. Why is there tape there anyway? Is it the blue shipping/scratch protection tape?


Hi
Yes I agree with you, it is very bad.
Here in Norway costs them $ 1093.71
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There is a blank tape that is where you adjust the length of the headband. Why it's there I do not know. You have not grown apart when they are packed in the box.
Totally unnecessary if you ask me ...


Edited by Taggen - 6/11/11 at 4:15am
post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by jeust0999 View Post

Wow, I wish something like that happened to me. Grab the $100 and take your girl out to eat. Nice setup by the way,



Hi
Yes it seemed my girlfriend was a very good idea, hehe.
Thank you
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post #12 of 12
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When I got back the money I paid 2225, - Norwegian kroner ($ 402, -) for them, it's not bad ..L3000.gif

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