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post #91 of 101
Really don't get the tunz, really unimpressive! I have a SA43 on way from m fidelity as well!

Could you not ask m fidelity to repair it?

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post #92 of 101

Possibly, but I'm sure it's not cheap. Basically a re-shell. Waiting for a response from Starkey.

post #93 of 101

oh fair enough! Well i highly reccomend against taking the Tunz as a replacement!

post #94 of 101

Yeah, I'm not trading them in for Tunz, even if I have to fix them myself.

post #95 of 101

good call!

post #96 of 101

Apparently Starkey is sending them to M-Fidelity for repairs and picking up the tab. Phew

post #97 of 101
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Originally Posted by NorthernAvengeR View Post

Apparently Starkey is sending them to M-Fidelity for repairs and picking up the tab. Phew

 

Great to hear!

post #98 of 101

Recieved my SA-43 an errr. the right channel is very quite in comparison, so looks like they will be going back. A shame as fit was darn good!

post #99 of 101

I have the same problem. The right channel volume is lower than the left. I have sent it back to Norway and they will ship it back soon. This was after weeks of trying to get the UK division to fix the problem, but they did not succeed stating that there was no problem to begin with! They tried their best though.

 

Starkey have good customer service though, they are quite helpful. 

 

Hoping the problem is now fixed and the fit is also good.

post #100 of 101

They're probably working fine but your ear is (partially) blocking a bore. It's not uncommon even in a comfy fit. That the local guy isn't aware of that is rather discouraging.

post #101 of 101

Mine is certainly faulty, it is not a slight difference but major and you can hear the left monitor playing when not in your ear but the right one is always dead silent. If x5 is having the same problem it is not because your ear is blocking but your correct in saying that is a possibility!

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