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That is the case with many in ears, but in this Price range the expensive Comply T-500 should be included.

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Originally Posted by Sylaw View Post

seriously i wanted to ask People something... do u guys feel that most modern Bass kicks tend to sound Left sided? i mean panned?

I had the same problem than I end up with something... see the pic.
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of course with this manoeuvre you lost your guarantee and you can ruin your babies!!!!!

but I gave it a try...

I took the waxguard out, than replaced with cotton balls with "safety rope" smily_headphones1.gif

To use different cotton balls I can easily set my "noise" level to the centre.

this mod cut of from the hights but the mids and deeps got really tight.
Edited by ksk75 - 1/21/14 at 1:41am
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important!

your wolume level will be less!
but as I using with the theorem720 for me no problem give it more "juice".
post #5181 of 5645
Errm. You sure you can't just set the balance on your source? There is a setting on the iPhone. Don't know about other DAPs.
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If you hear bass on the left side, that is 99% a seal issue. 
I did not have this serious problems with my fit, but I ended up with custom sleeves.
It improves your experience, even, if you had good fit. (I used Comply as well.) 
I have my customs made at ACS. It was perfect at first try, got used to it in 2 days. I think, it fits 90% of customers first time. But they redo, if anything wrong...

 IE80 does-not need amp. But if you use one, you can get some extra joy. :)

 

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i am offered an ie8 for round 200 bucks or so or the ie 80 for yet unknown price, how different are tĥese two ? how do they compare with each other , people said that the xba h3 is better but im not exact attracted to its franken fit

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Originally Posted by bestula View Post

If you hear bass on the left side, that is 99% a seal issue. 

I did not have this serious problems with my fit, but I ended up with custom sleeves.

It improves your experience, even, if you had good fit. (I used Comply as well.) 

I have my customs made at ACS. It was perfect at first try, got used to it in 2 days. I think, it fits 90% of customers first time. But they redo, if anything wrong...


 IE80 does-not need amp. But if you use one, you can get some extra joy. smily_headphones1.gif


 
+1 for ACS.
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Okay, so I got my shipping label to send back my sennheiser ie80's and now i'm going to put it in the box as well as just my headphones. Once I sent it, what am I supposed to expect?

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Originally Posted by sneaglebob View Post
 

Okay, so I got my shipping label to send back my sennheiser ie80's and now i'm going to put it in the box as well as just my headphones. Once I sent it, what am I supposed to expect?

 

A small dwarf will knock on your door. Ask him: "what's the password". If he say's S-e-n-n-h-e-i-s-e-r backwards then let him in...:D

 

....Ok, ok, you will get a package from a Sennheiser agent with new IE80's. They don't really fix yours, they just replace 'em. All you have to do now is wait.....

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How long will it take? And I thought that people don't just hand you free replacements in case of breaking. I am just sending the headphones not the box or the other stuff.

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well logitech also did it for the ue 900 , since the original revision is not produced anymore

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How long will it take? And I thought that people don't just hand you free replacements in case of breaking. I am just sending the headphones not the box or the other stuff.

 

It takes a couple weeks.

 

Most good companies, like Sennheiser, honor their warranties without making you do parlor tricks. Plus, it's way easier for them to just replace your defective item with a new one than it is to pay a tech to mess around trying to fix yours.

post #5190 of 5645

Ok. Thanks!

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