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post #376 of 380

the newer versions does not have the volume control, they do have a one button remote though. You should find them for less then 50 euros now since they are discontinued. Soon they are all gone :(

post #377 of 380
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Originally Posted by Arvan View Post
 

the newer versions does not have the volume control, they do have a one button remote though. You should find them for less then 50 euros now since they are discontinued. Soon they are all gone :(

and the newer versions do not have the inbalance issue and also do they play a bit louder than the uptowns with volume control?

post #378 of 380
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Originally Posted by Pedro Oliveira View Post
 

and the newer versions do not have the inbalance issue and also do they play a bit louder than the uptowns with volume control?

Don´t know about them playing louder, its the same headphone but with a different remote. No imbalance issue. It´s a good buy!

post #379 of 380

If you guys havent recabled these things yet you really need to, theyre pretty easy to teardown and the sound quality is greatly increase

post #380 of 380

I don´t believe in cables. Might recable for greater durability but for sound.. No.. That said. The cable is **** on this headphone. 

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