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post #5356 of 8523
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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

What if you ever want to do TV viewing or lay on your bed. Suddenly the cable is too short.

 

Buy/Make an extension then :wink_face:

post #5357 of 8523
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Originally Posted by brunk View Post

Buy/Make an extension then wink_face.gif

Good point but also pointless... Hahaha

I am still thinking whether should I shorten the cable now, hazzzzzzzz
post #5358 of 8523
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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

What if you ever want to do TV viewing or lay on your bed. Suddenly the cable is too short.

I normally use IEM or speakers when I wanna listen music on bed. Don't watch TV frequently tho...
post #5359 of 8523

Dropped them on the ground and chipped off a small piece of the lacquer. I could feel its pain.

post #5360 of 8523
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Originally Posted by NorthernAvengeR View Post
 

Dropped them on the ground and chipped off a small piece of the lacquer. I could feel its pain.

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!

post #5361 of 8523
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Originally Posted by Gandah View Post
 

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!

 

+1 with a few more 0s

post #5362 of 8523
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Originally Posted by NorthernAvengeR View Post

Dropped them on the ground and chipped off a small piece of the lacquer. I could feel its pain.
May wanna dab a clear coat over to prevent further cracking.

Sry to hear. I feel your pain.
post #5363 of 8523
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Originally Posted by NorthernAvengeR View Post
 

Dropped them on the ground and chipped off a small piece of the lacquer. I could feel its pain.

 

OMG, I feel for u bro. How did u did that?? I also heard that the TH900 in fact are very durable and the painting on its surface are not easy to be scractched. I really wonder where did u droped your baby? :(

post #5364 of 8523
This is why mine are never leaving the bedroom. See also Anak's photo of broken TH900 (warning: said photo may cause trauma and sadness)
post #5365 of 8523
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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

This is why mine are never leaving the bedroom. See also Anak's photo of broken TH900 (warning: said photo may cause trauma and sadness)

 

He broke his???

 

And I said my goodbyes to my TH900s today. I'll miss its beauty.

post #5366 of 8523

ive been taking them to work just about every day. i'm looking to get an alternative headphone soon though, cause they're expensive and its hard to get the cable not to tangle or twist, though so far i've been doing a good job taking care of them, 

post #5367 of 8523
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Originally Posted by NorthernAvengeR View Post
 

Dropped them on the ground and chipped off a small piece of the lacquer. I could feel its pain.

 

 

 

 

post #5368 of 8523
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

ive been taking them to work just about every day. i'm looking to get an alternative headphone soon though, cause they're expensive and its hard to get the cable not to tangle or twist, though so far i've been doing a good job taking care of them, 

T5p?
post #5369 of 8523
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Originally Posted by Tony1110 View Post


T5p?

 

 

nope, too poor.

 

was thinking momentum or momentum on-ear

post #5370 of 8523
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post
 

ive been taking them to work just about every day. i'm looking to get an alternative headphone soon though, cause they're expensive and its hard to get the cable not to tangle or twist, though so far i've been doing a good job taking care of them, 

 

Mrspeakers Mad Dog, or maybe the new Alpha Dog... :eek:

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