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post #421 of 944
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

I found my 6000s at Best Buy.  They also had the 4000s, but NO 9000s.

yeahh, i found out on best buy in the city that has 1 pair of 6000 left.. but i wanted the 9000's more
post #422 of 944

I just received my review pair and they sound great but my left side is significantly quieter than my right side.

post #423 of 944

It's become an epidemic....

post #424 of 944
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Originally Posted by HotFieryTech View Post

I just received my review pair and they sound great but my left side is significantly quieter than my right side.

You will have the same problem with everyone of the UE 6000s. No matter what, they will sound like that. I returned three pairs and all of them were the same. I found it so unbearable that I had to get a refund. 

post #425 of 944
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Originally Posted by L-G-C View Post

You will have the same problem with everyone of the UE 6000s. No matter what, they will sound like that. I returned three pairs and all of them were the same. I found it so unbearable that I had to get a refund. 

 

Is the cable terminated with 4 connectors on it? And were use using a standard TRS out jack?

post #426 of 944

I don't know about channel imballance problem but UE6000 don't sound right with cable provided when used with non-iDevice, just press and hold middle button on the remote to hear the difference or make sure you didn't insert the plug all the way in but still have both channels working.

post #427 of 944

Yes it had the channel imbalance when it was plugged into my MBP, but when I plugged it into my Galaxy Note and my audio interface, it worked fine. I don't know what it could be.

post #428 of 944

I am thinking it might have something to do with the cord.. Iphone control devices may cause the imbalance. They should just throw in a non phone control cord. I use my cord from my M-80 and I never have an issue with imbalance. Considering these were made with Idevices in mind.

 

Try out other cords if you guys have them.

post #429 of 944

I just received a pair of UE6000 and noticed the channel imbalance too. Switched the stock cable to a V-Moda cable and M-Audio cable and it`s still there: The left headphone is fainter than the right. I will burn it in further to see if it disappears.

 

Too bad. I was diggin the warm sound. These cans can definitely punch and purrr. They remind me of the dark-sounding Fidelio L1 but less V-shaped in the mids and cleaner bass extension. The soundstage is on the medium side and doesn`t really increase in depth or width when amped (RxMKII, E11), though an amp will help with volume level. (I reach 80-90% on my Ipod classic.)

post #430 of 944

I'm waiting to receive mine tomorrow and i'm so sad to read that so many people have this trouble :(

 

F*** T***

post #431 of 944
Still waiting on the UE9000 to arrive in any apple store..
post #432 of 944

I got the last 9000 at my local apple store about a week ago.

 

Thinking about returning it though.

 

I love/hate this headphone passion.  Some songs sounds better on one headphone.  I can't make a decision which one i'm keeping

post #433 of 944
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Originally Posted by danielbarakat View Post

I got the last 9000 at my local apple store about a week ago.

Thinking about returning it though.

I love/hate this headphone passion.  Some songs sounds better on one headphone.  I can't make a decision which one i'm keeping

type of music u listen too that makes u hate the headphone?
how's the bluetooth on it?
post #434 of 944

Well, I guess I must be lucky.  My 6000's are fine.

post #435 of 944

my 6000 are fine too...i like them in passive mode though i am not using an amp or DAC with my computer =)

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