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post #31 of 39

Glad I read this, as I've often browsed the site and have considered trying some of their earphones, and a Nationite DAP for my sister. Now I don't think I'll touch the site.

post #32 of 39

Well can't say i'm surprised, i'm gonna get a Nationite N2 through Amazon so hopefully i don't have any problems. I was looking at the Soundmagic PL21 a while back and decided against it, Amazon FTW! 

 

Another site people don't really talk about is HD Tracks, i had trouble downloading their sample album with their "download manager" and it turns out wasn't the only one. I found a long thread on another audiophile forum where people who actually PAID for albums can't get it to work, i didn't really care since it was a sample album, but i did enter personal information confused_face.gif

post #33 of 39
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My pain is your gain. I wish I had known about this beforehand, and this thread is simply to give everyone an information that is valuable if you are planning to buy from them. What anyone does after that is a matter of choice. Personally I can live with shipping delays, but I simply can't bear lies and deception. I really tasted the irony when I opened the box and found the T51 and an 8 Gb sd card, supposedly to account for the 16Gb of the Sflo2 I ordered. Especially when I own a 1X 32Gb...

 

Anyway I'm still lucky compared to Kanashimu up there. I didn't get what I paid for, but at least it's close. I guess I'll stay clear of HifiMan too then.

 

Don't about HD tracks though. I had the same problem when Radiohead released In Rainbows online, but I "solved" it later with bitorrent ...


Edited by frenchbat - 12/14/11 at 12:52am
post #34 of 39

Over the years I have ordered a Brainwavz ProAlpha, Brainwavz M2, Fiio E5 and recently a Brainwavz HM5 and Fiio E10 from Mp4nation and haven't had a single bad experience with them yet. They even helped fix my bricked Ainol V9000HDA 1080p mp4 player, which I hadn't even bought from them in the first place. The forums are very supportive and the products are mostly bang for your buck. Shipping to my country generally takes about a month. To avoid disappointment I only order items I feel confident repairing myself and I don't count on Chinese warranty. 

post #35 of 39

Man, that post about Chinese customs confiscating gear concerns me greatly as I've been looking at some mid to high-end products to purchase from Chinese companies.  I am not so sure now.  Though, I didn't have a problem receiving an item ordered from Coolfungadget(Tam Audio) but still...just the threat of that is quite disconcerting.

post #36 of 39
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Man, that post about Chinese customs confiscating gear concerns me greatly as I've been looking at some mid to high-end products to purchase from Chinese companies.  I am not so sure now.  Though, I didn't have a problem receiving an item ordered from Coolfungadget(Tam Audio) but still...just the threat of that is quite disconcerting.



Oh trust me, you'll never have a problem RECEIVING your items. Its just if you need to send them back, that is the issue.


For now, I'm trying to see if Fang can do anything for me.

post #37 of 39
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Oh trust me, you'll never have a problem RECEIVING your items. Its just if you need to send them back, that is the issue.


For now, I'm trying to see if Fang can do anything for me.

 

Hmm, I guess so.  Feeling a little better now.  Thanks.smily_headphones1.gif 
 

 

post #38 of 39
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That's still quite a problem when you need to send back your item for warranty.
 

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Hmm, I guess so.  Feeling a little better now.  Thanks.smily_headphones1.gif 
 

 



 

post #39 of 39
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So that’s it, a wonderful shopping experience ! Thanks MP4 Nation for providing me with the ultimate reason to not shop with you anymore.

Been there, done that  ...

http://www.head-fi.org/t/541976/s-flo2-teclast-t51-three-dead-daps-see-how-they-failed
 

 

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