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[BIG EDIT] For the people who've read my comments before this, most of my problems with driving these cans from my laptop have been resolved with a fresh install of audio drivers from the realtek website in stead of the drivers supplied by my laptop manufacturer.

My pair doesn't have the inline remote, but just a microphone. I haven't had any problems with channel imbalance whatsoever.



 

Here's a pic of the cans for those interrested.

Where did you order from to get the mic only version?
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I'm not sure, they were a gift. They were supposedlt quite hard to come by past december
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I'm not sure, they were a gift. They were supposedlt quite hard to come by past december
In the US or Europe?
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Europe. The Netherlands to be exact
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Europe. The Netherlands to be exact
Ok, thank you! So far no word of these coming to the US that I've seen.
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If I push my earlobes inside the cups I get a slightly better isolation the cups+pads are too big for me they can touch a portion of my jawbone. The angled drivers are a good idea but they should redesign the cups to make them a little narrower and kill the cheapo volume control for sure.

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