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Mine has the exact same problem and it has been nagging at me but not enough to make me do anything about it. I have thought about taking it apart and trying to just bend a tab to make it even. Looking at it, I wouldn't be surprised it those tabs were bent by hand in the first place by the assembler (which would explain why so many odd pairs.)
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Originally Posted by Somphon View Post

I have the same issue. Notice the angle on the 2nd and 3rd photo is what causing the crooked headphone. 








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Originally Posted by KmanChu View Post

Mine has the exact same problem and it has been nagging at me but not enough to make me do anything about it. I have thought about taking it apart and trying to just bend a tab to make it even. Looking at it, I wouldn't be surprised it those tabs were bent by hand in the first place by the assembler (which would explain why so many odd pairs.)

 

I'm also very tempted to bend them myself. I'm guessing from looking at photos from their website, the left side is the correct angle.

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I've already shipped mine to Audeze directly via their support.

 

Guys, it's $2,000 headphone.... It has to be near-perfect.  Us consumers should state the problem and give the the manufacturer a chance to acknowledge and fix it.  It might lead to more strict QC or perhaps a new design for yolk that can be much more durable.  I'm in no-way to bash Audeze in any way, they've been really helpful to me so far.  People should definitely consider contacting them if you are facing similar issue.


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