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post #121 of 170
I don't know any shop in aus except A2A has m80.
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Originally Posted by aaaaaahh View Post

where can i buy vmoda m80s at an actual store (not on the internet) in Sydney??

post #122 of 170

Bought from i-enjoy, they are very good at communication and fast delivery.

post #123 of 170

The Guys at A2A are great not pushy with great advice. 

Its nice to deal with a shop thats not jamming their ideals onto you. 

The let you have the time to listen and see what you like, 

I went back twice and tried 18 different headphones before I bought. 

 

 

great job. 

post #124 of 170

Yes, A2A is the best, shipping is fast, service is fast. Headfonic is good too but shipping is worse than the others. Jaben is good too but packages don't have receipts and I asked for them to be attached with emails but no reply. Receipts are quite important, because of warranty and everything...

post #125 of 170

Has anyone tried minidisc.com?

 

I don't know if I could trust them

post #126 of 170

Another vote for Addicted to Audio.

I dropped by the store today. The guys there are definitely knowledgeable, passionate and very helpful but not pushy. 

I managed to audition a few phones and definitely walked out happier :) 

 

Prices are fantastic.

post #127 of 170

Love Addicted to Audio. Bought my new setup there 2 weeks ago, got a problem, went back there today, after some tests they replaced my faulty DAC

 

Great services, great price, only minus point is they're a bit far from the CBD, Just took a tram while carrying WDS-1, Lehmann BCL, Audio-gd DI-DSP & LCD-2 orz

post #128 of 170

Well doing a RMA with A2A right now, just need to wait for them to get something back in stock to get that replaced, going well so far, will report again.

post #129 of 170
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Originally Posted by Grev View Post

Well doing a RMA with A2A right now, just need to wait for them to get something back in stock to get that replaced, going well so far, will report again.

 

When did you buy the LCD3's from A2A if you dont mind me asking? 

post #130 of 170
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Originally Posted by Room40 View Post

 

When did you buy the LCD3's from A2A if you dont mind me asking? 

Didn't buy any LCD3, I bought a LCD2 from headfonic.

 

The latest I bought from A2A is the Audio-gd NFB-16EN.

post #131 of 170
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Originally Posted by Grev View Post

Didn't buy any LCD3, I bought a LCD2 from headfonic.

 

The latest I bought from A2A is the Audio-gd NFB-16EN.

my bad.. cheers

post #132 of 170
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Originally Posted by Grev View Post

Didn't buy any LCD3, I bought a LCD2 from headfonic.

The latest I bought from A2A is the Audio-gd NFB-16EN.

Don't you mean Heaphonic?

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post #133 of 170

HEAP?  Not heaphonic, headphonic maybe? :P
 

post #134 of 170
I'm not impressed with my typing skills. redface.gif
post #135 of 170

This thread is great, just what I've been looking for. I've been thinking about buying some LP2s from Addicted to Audio, but in the last couple of days the price on their website went up from $220 to $248. A litte frustrating, but there aren't too many online vendors that have these available.

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