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Oh yes they are. Search for VentureCraft on Amazon.

 

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Fulfilled by Amazon for $165 - last time I checked

 

Sadly Amazon.com doesn't ship those to Canada and at $165, I'm not too bothered.

The price of cables has gone 100% stupid in some quarters.

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Be glad to get it for you, if our want
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Be glad to get it for you, if our want
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Thanks but at that price, I'll keep looking.

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Oops, wrong thread..

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Finally arrived!

 

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Has anyone with a GoDAPX heard a "crackling" sound through them similar to listening to an old vinyl record?

 

The crackling is clearly audible through my Verza and not present when listening direct through my Iphone.
 

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Has anyone with a GoDAPX heard a "crackling" sound through them similar to listening to an old vinyl record?

 

The crackling is clearly audible through my Verza and not present when listening direct through my Iphone.
 

Is it occur all the time?

 

I have that problem every time it connect to wifi. Switch to airplane mode will get rid of that problem. Probably from RF interference.

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Is it occur all the time?

 

I have that problem every time it connect to wifi. Switch to airplane mode will get rid of that problem. Probably from RF interference.


Yes, it is a new problem and is occuring all the time.  It can be heard clearly during soft passages in music.  It is random, every several seconds.....very strange.  I listen to the same tracks unamped and there is no crackling, so it is not the music file, player or headphones.

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Yes, it is a new problem and is occuring all the time.  It can be heard clearly during soft passages in music.  It is random, every several seconds.....very strange.  I listen to the same tracks unamped and there is no crackling, so it is not the music file, player or headphones.

Try turn on airplane mode. My X have that crackling issues from time to time whenever I'm not in airplane mode. It's also happen on my ipod touch 5G too. It will make some crackling sound 1-2 s, stop for a few second and then start again. 

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I listened to the TT yesterday (as well as the Typhoon). This time I won't be getting these products to review since VentureCraft's making only 100 of these TT's (just like the DD 12V LE's). As I've gone a different route (A2P TUR-06) I won't be buying the TT either. I'm gonna admit that I prefer the TT over the Typhoon in that the Typhoon sounded somewhat thiner than the TT. I believe both still have the 10 ohm OI however, that seems less of an issue with the TT than with the Typhoon to my earphone (MH335DW). Probably the only thing that turns me off the TT would be the size. It's definitely quite thick.
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Try turn on airplane mode. My X have that crackling issues from time to time whenever I'm not in airplane mode. It's also happen on my ipod touch 5G too. It will make some crackling sound 1-2 s, stop for a few second and then start again. 


Airplane mode fixed the problem.  Arigato!

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Airplane mode fixed the problem.  Arigato!


I spoke too soon, crackling still there, contacted V-Moda.

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I listened to the TT yesterday (as well as the Typhoon). This time I won't be getting these products to review since VentureCraft's making only 100 of these TT's (just like the DD 12V LE's). As I've gone a different route (A2P TUR-06) I won't be buying the TT either. I'm gonna admit that I prefer the TT over the Typhoon in that the Typhoon sounded somewhat thiner than the TT. I believe both still have the 10 ohm OI however, that seems less of an issue with the TT than with the Typhoon to my earphone (MH335DW). Probably the only thing that turns me off the TT would be the size. It's definitely quite thick.

What was the Typhoon like with the MH335DW then? Was it really that bad? I have one on pre order that I plan on using with the JH13, Have I made a mistake?

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They have a case for the iPhone already so I don't think it's too hard for them to have a case for the S3. The iPhone case with Go-Dap X :-

 

 


Where can I purchase this case???

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After spending a few hours last night A/Bing X (LME49860) and TT with my MH335DW, here is my impression.

 

TT sounds warmer than X. It make listening less fatigue. The warmer sound of TT make vocal more enjoyable. Both clarity are almost on par with TT just slightly behind. Bass on TT is not as tight as X but feel smoother.

 

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