I feel like a complete fool right now, because I ordered what I suspected were a bootleg pair of Denon Ah-D7000 from a "China Wholesale" website. Although the website looked somewhat legit, it still reaked of scam to me, mainly beecause of its ridiculously low prices $189.00 for the Denon Ah-D7000, and its lack of user feedback. But, for some inexplicable reason, I said to myself, "sure, why not? It could be hilarious to write a review on head-fi comparing some counterfeit Denons to the real thing (I have some D5000s)." I figured the website was hogwash, but what I DIDN'T suspect is that they would just take my money and send me NOTHING! I mean, I was at least expecting some counterfeit headphones! Anyway, I suppose it was foolish of me, and I'm still trying to resolve the dispute with them, but considering their phone-number connects me to the Chinese equivalent of "your call cannot be completed as dialed," I'm not too hopeful. Make sure you do NOT order from the following address:
If it seems too good to be true, then you're almost certainly getting scammed, especially if they don't accept credit card payments. I should have known better.
Edited by Mishalex - 4/3/12 at 10:10pm