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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 



You were meant to just place a layer and leave it there. :P

For example, when they arrive new you can apply that thin layer and never need worry about the labeling coming off again. This is what I did it drys completely clear like glass.

Sorry to hear about your trouble.
 

--UPDATE--

 

Black nail polish wasn't doing much good as it would easily come off if you wanted to touch it up.

 

After purchasing some satin black enamel paint it wasn't turning out dark enough or as glossy enough as I thought I'd like. So I went back and purchased the next step up which was Gloss black. 

 

As I've already applied the Satin black enamel paint on first I'm positive that it gave the logo a good base coat for when I applied the black gloss paint. It's much darker and adds more shine to it without it being over the top, much more accurate to the original colour...I would go so far to say perfectly matched. 

 

I think it's a job well done :)


Edited by Fluffy Muffinz - 11/20/14 at 5:40pm
post #4187 of 4192
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--UPDATE--

 

Black nail polish wasn't doing much good as it would easily come off if you wanted to touch it up.

 

After purchasing some satin black enamel paint it wasn't turning out dark enough or as glossy enough as I thought I'd like. So I went back and purchased the next step up which was Gloss black. 

 

As I've already applied the Satin black enamel paint on first I'm positive that it gave the logo a good base coat for when I applied the black gloss paint. It's much darker and adds more shine to it without it being over the top, much more accurate to the original colour...I would go so far to say perfectly matched. 

 

I think it's a job well done :)




Curing your OCD! Glad it's working out for you! :beerchug:

post #4188 of 4192
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Originally Posted by Fluffy Muffinz View Post
 

--UPDATE--

 

Black nail polish wasn't doing much good as it would easily come off if you wanted to touch it up.

 

After purchasing some satin black enamel paint it wasn't turning out dark enough or as glossy enough as I thought I'd like. So I went back and purchased the next step up which was Gloss black. 

 

As I've already applied the Satin black enamel paint on first I'm positive that it gave the logo a good base coat for when I applied the black gloss paint. It's much darker and adds more shine to it without it being over the top, much more accurate to the original colour...I would go so far to say perfectly matched. 

 

I think it's a job well done :)

 

OCD level: Boss :p

You're da Man! :gs1000smile:

post #4189 of 4192
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OCD level: Boss :p

You're da Man! :gs1000smile:

 

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Curing your OCD! Glad it's working out for you! :beerchug:

 

Thanks everyone for your support! OCD can be a b*tch to deal with sometimes believe me! but I used my brain with this one and turned out to be a good result! ;) haha

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I had a hard time when I was deciding between EPH-100 and the RHA 750.

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I had a hard time when I was deciding between EPH-100 and the RHA 750.

interesting, I don't have much knowledge of RHA's earphones and sorts. 

 

out of the 2, what did you end up choosing and why? 

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I ended up with the RHA ma750i.

First of all, by the time I was deciding between them, the EPH-100 was traded at about $150.

Secondly, the RHA's build quality and warranty was quite amazing. I'd say that the build quality was supreme, extremely solid.

 

By the way, I'm now trading the RHA ma750i if you are interested in.

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