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post #331 of 1126

The first step towards getting your ZO 2 replaced is now complete!

The next step is to send your ZO 2 back to us at the following address:

digiZoid inc
7681 E. Pontebella Dr.
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
Attn: RMA# DZDZO2-XXX

  • Don't forget to include your issued RMA # on the package (shown underlined in the address above).
  • Please note that the shipping charges to return your ZO to us are your responsibility, as we cannot accept anything C.O.D.
  • For your protection, we recommend that you utilize a form of shipping that includes a tracking number.
  • We also ask that only the ZO be returned to us (i.e., please do not return the cables, box, or instruction sheet). To protect your ZO during shipping (as well as to lower shipping costs), we recommend using a padded or bubble lined envelope.

After we have received your ZO, we will send the replacement to the return shipping address you provided within 1-2 business days.

Once again, we extend our thanks and appreciation for your continued consideration and loyalty. We are committed to provide the most enjoyable experience possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience this situation may cause you.

post #332 of 1126
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Originally Posted by au5t3n5 View Post

I tried it with my ipod classic once. My ears still don't forgive me. Should have known better than to test it with my iems plugged in my ears.
 

 

You are lucky to be able to hear anything at all - I cant believe DigiZoid's lawyers didnt insist on this from the get-go:

 

Disabled bypass/standby functionality to protect the listener/equipment from excessive volume levels when ZO is coupled to line-out and in bypass mode.

 

I believe there are nanny-state laws in Europe limiting the max dB output of portable players - I guess the ZO and other headphone amps are exempt. I dont want to see any player crippled, but right the V2 is just plain scary from the lineout of a decent DAP.

post #333 of 1126
Quote:
Originally Posted by au5t3n5 View Post

The first step towards getting your ZO 2 replaced is now complete!

The next step is to send your ZO 2 back to us at the following address:

digiZoid inc
7681 E. Pontebella Dr.
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
Attn: RMA# DZDZO2-XXX

  • Don't forget to include your issued RMA # on the package (shown underlined in the address above).
  • Please note that the shipping charges to return your ZO to us are your responsibility, as we cannot accept anything C.O.D.
  • For your protection, we recommend that you utilize a form of shipping that includes a tracking number.
  • We also ask that only the ZO be returned to us (i.e., please do not return the cables, box, or instruction sheet). To protect your ZO during shipping (as well as to lower shipping costs), we recommend using a padded or bubble lined envelope.

After we have received your ZO, we will send the replacement to the return shipping address you provided within 1-2 business days.

Once again, we extend our thanks and appreciation for your continued consideration and loyalty. We are committed to provide the most enjoyable experience possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience this situation may cause you.

 

is this official? I havent receive any email from them.
 

 

post #334 of 1126
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Originally Posted by JamesMcProgger View Post

 

is this official? I havent receive any email from them.
 

 


Yes, it's from their web site.

http://www.digizoid.com/returns/index.php

 

post #335 of 1126

Mike from Headfonia has weighed in with some early (and surprising) impressions in the middle of his Blog conversations with various posters.

 

I've tested the Zo sooner than I thought and I'm loving the sound with the ER4P and the HM-602 that I was using.
I assume you've read about the SmartVector™ technology that they use, right? I don't really know what they do in there, but it does make music sound very good. I'm hearing a smoother and more dynamic sound with the SmartVector on. You can adjust the contour to two extremes. One is a super thick sound that boosts the mid and low end body, the other to a thin yet very spacious sound. On the ER4 and classical music I prefer to add a little bit of thickness to the sound, but only a little bit to the mild amber color.

 

I'd be very interested to hear the V2 (yes, he is talking about the V2 above) with the er4p, particularly given the hiss complaints we've seen to date. My IEMs (or ears ..) just aren't sufficiently sensitive for it to be an issue.

post #336 of 1126
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Originally Posted by shotgunshane View Post


Yes, it's from their web site.

http://www.digizoid.com/returns/index.php

 



bummer, mine is in central america... shipping from the US to here is not the same as from here to the US. we're talking about 50$ shipping. guess I'll have to see if it works with my cans, and if not, open it up, steal the design and sell it to chinese companies ph34r.gif

post #337 of 1126

im not in any hurry to send mine in.

L3000.gif

post #338 of 1126
Quote:
Originally Posted by JamesMcProgger View Post

bummer, mine is in central america... shipping from the US to here is not the same as from here to the US. we're talking about 50$ shipping. guess I'll have to see if it works with my cans, and if not, open it up, steal the design and sell it to chinese companies ph34r.gif

 

Even without tracking?
 

 

post #339 of 1126
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Originally Posted by shotgunshane View Post

 

Even without tracking?
 

 



honeslty I didnt ask without tracking, but will do. it is not going to be cheap anyway.

post #340 of 1126

Sending mine back tomorrow, I see from the RMA number given only a few people have started the request :)

post #341 of 1126

Just wondering

 

A question for people from the USA

 

How much did you guys pay for shipping and how much do you need to pay for the return shipping?

 

I'm from Canada and it cost me $30 dollars for shipping and probably another $20 to send it back.

post #342 of 1126

You'll only send it one way.  DigiZoid will pay to send the replacement to you.

 

In US shipping with tracking is only about $5 for something so small.  That's without insurance.

post #343 of 1126
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Originally Posted by SpecR1 View Post

Just wondering

 

A question for people from the USA

 

How much did you guys pay for shipping and how much do you need to pay for the return shipping?

 

I'm from Canada and it cost me $30 dollars for shipping and probably another $20 to send it back.



I assume digizoid will pay the back shipping, if that is what you were asking. what I dont know if is customs is going to charge me again to get it in the country. I paid around $15 the first time.

 

why did I order this? I hate you all FOTMers!!

post #344 of 1126
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpecR1 View Post

A question for people from the USA

 

How much did you guys pay for shipping and how much do you need to pay for the return shipping?

 

 

You are not going to like this but DZ charged $5.20 to deliver in the US. Return is about the same by USPS.


Edited by burtomr - 11/17/11 at 8:36pm
post #345 of 1126


 

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Originally Posted by JamesMcProgger View Post





even when all the things said you just ordered? biggrin.gif I wonder if DZ is still shipping out 

The'll start shipping on 21st. Since I don't own any sensitive headphones hiss (if it still has it) shouldnt be a problem.

And if its faulty I'll just send it over to repairs. Only bad thing is that customs is a bitch around here and I might have to do some paperwork to not get taxed again.


 

Quote:
Originally Posted by SkinnyPuppy View Post

I went on Digizoid.com with Malwarebytes and NOD32, nothing popped up

 

BTW, Malwarebytes>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NOD32



Well I took a screenshot of it just to prove I'm not insane

 

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