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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post


That is completely wrong. I'd be surprised if it was not a mistake asking you to pay for the warranty shipping either way. Please let us know what the outcome is.

I bought them from ALO
post #6902 of 9880
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Originally Posted by Room40 View Post


I bought them from ALO

So, you just bought them and within a short period of time they went bad or bad right out of the gate, correct?

 

As far as I know, if the above is correct, then it is ALO who should be making this good and paying all the charges. You are sending them back to ALO?

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My new years wish is for Audeze to come out with a new set of LCD3 pads with firmer/fatter/cushier/less-flattening support in the upper-to-front area near my temples. The sound is pretty glorious.

post #6904 of 9880
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Originally Posted by rgs9200m View Post

My new years wish is for Audeze to come out with a new set of LCD3 pads with firmer/fatter/cushier/less-flattening support in the upper-to-front area near my temples. The sound is pretty glorious.


I totally agree... My cans usually want to roll of/forward when I lean the slightest forward.

 

Very annoying.

post #6905 of 9880
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Originally Posted by ValentinHogea View Post


I totally agree... My cans usually want to roll of/forward when I lean the slightest forward.

 

Very annoying.

Thanks Mr. Hogea! I'll send a note to Audeze on this if you will (and maybe some others will also). Audeze might even be happy to do this because maybe they could even make a few $$ on it, and of course, if the comfort is improved and mentioned around here, they might even sell some more LCD3s. [I believe someone else mentioned the collapsing temple-area too a short while back.]

post #6906 of 9880
Very ghetto, but I have my top pad wrapped with some of that self adhesive "vet tape". Adds lots of friction and no residue. Total cost: ~$2 (enough for 50 pairs). You just have to find it in black so no one notices.
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Very ghetto, but I have my top pad wrapped with some of that self adhesive "vet tape". Adds lots of friction and no residue. Total cost: ~$2 (enough for 50 pairs). You just have to find it in black so no one notices.

Thanks. What is vet tape?

This?

http://www.amazon.com/Gifted-Horse-Vet-Wrap/dp/B0002V47L0


Edited by rgs9200m - 1/5/13 at 6:00pm
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Yup that's it. You can usually find in your local grocery pharmacy section.
post #6909 of 9880
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Originally Posted by m2man View Post

Yup that's it. You can usually find in your local grocery pharmacy section.

Thanks again. Not to take up more of your time, but any more details about what you did, even briefly, would be welcome. (I ordered the tape.)

post #6910 of 9880
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Originally Posted by rgs9200m View Post

Thanks again. Not to take up more of your time, but any more details about what you did, even briefly, would be welcome. (I ordered the tape.)

X2 please.
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Saraguie

you have great avatars

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Originally Posted by rgs9200m View Post

Thanks again. Not to take up more of your time, but any more details about what you did, even briefly, would be welcome. (I ordered the tape.)

Just stretch it a bit and while holding the free end - make two loops around the headband next to the post. Now it's stuck to itself. Then just wrap the rest of the headband and snip free. Instant headband friction.
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Just stretch it a bit and while holding the free end - make two loops around the headband next to the post. Now it's stuck to itself. Then just wrap the rest of the headband and snip free. Instant headband friction.

Thanks!

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Saraguie

you have great avatars

Thank you kind sir.

post #6915 of 9880

I think LCD3 is not so good in this price I will choose PSK

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