I bought a pair of Shure's SE-315 and the sound quality is very far from what I expected, the bass sounds quite hollow and honestly I can't see much of an improvement over my old Sennheiser CX300s which obviously are about a 1/5th of the price. Before anyone starts making snide comments, I acknowledge I'm probably doing something wrong, if anyone could give me some tips on how to get the best sound I'd be very grateful (I've tried listening to uncompressed .wav and .flac and still the sound quality isn't great, it's not my source material that's the problem).
However if they are as bad as I perceive them to be at this moment in time, is it possible to return them? I bought them from Amazon.co.uk and bought a 3 year Squaretrade warranty along with it (anyone know whether that's transferable?)
Edited by willprice - 11/26/11 at 6:21am