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post #1141 of 3513

what stores are the momentums available at? online and in store it doesnt matter

post #1142 of 3513
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what stores are the momentums available at? online and in store it doesnt matter

 

I think Razordogdeals has a coupon code you can get them shipped for $300 for.

post #1143 of 3513
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what stores are the momentums available at? online and in store it doesnt matter

 

They are available at Magnolia locations within Best Buy stores.  

post #1144 of 3513

wow thats a great deal thanks! Do you when it expires?

post #1145 of 3513
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wow thats a great deal thanks! Do you when it expires?

 

No, pretty constant. They're an authorized dealer and Brian is a stellar guy.

post #1146 of 3513

if i order 50$ worth of stuff more my total will be 400$ and on 400 they give 100 of so it will the same price. any recomnedations on what i should get for 50$?

post #1147 of 3513
I've been using my Sennheiser Momentums for gaming on the PC, and they are better than my Turtlebeach PX21. Ya it was $150 a year ago, but you would think that a headset made for gaming would be pretty good for gaming. But the Momentums just blow it away with surround sound, clarity, everything! Sometimes when playing Battlefield 3 Multiplayer there are so many sounds that the PX21 cuts out because its too much for it to handle. Not with the Momentums!
post #1148 of 3513
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Originally Posted by Speakerphile View Post

 

You never know unless you try.  Sennheiser has a decent reputation for customer service around here though.  I would give it a shot before you post negative opinions about their products online.  If your experience mirrors your expectations, by all means, let the world know.  I suspect it will not.  It may indeed be a 20 minute phone call, but they will probably just ship you a new cable.  

 

Also, on a side note.  Why didn't you just bring them back to the store you purchased them at?  Was it online?  I always hate dealing with shipping on returns with web sites.

I bought them from Brian over at Razor Dog.

 

As expected, a call to Sennheiser was zero help. It's an $85 cable and they don't carry the US or Germany in their parts store. And I even got a small attitude from one of the service reps.  So I'm pretty much screwed.

 

 

so much for changing my opinion on customer service from any company.

post #1149 of 3513
Funny, I just called them with your scenario and they offered to send me one for free.

You must have really bad luck with customer service, perhaps you should stop buying things altogether...
post #1150 of 3513
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Originally Posted by PolkManiac View Post

Funny, I just called them with your scenario and they offered to send me one for free.
You must have really bad luck with customer service, perhaps you should stop buying things altogether...
I don't know how. Two different people from there called me back to say they would send one except they dont have them in stock
post #1151 of 3513
What number are you guys calling? Are we able to order replacement ear cups yet?
post #1152 of 3513
I called tech support then their parts dept, then their electronics guy.


I'm just going to send them back to razor dog for replacement, no big deal.
post #1153 of 3513

Hello Head-fi community!

 

I'm new to the audiophile community so bare with my lack of knowledge in this field! I'm wondering if the two headphones have a similar sound and quality of the sound.


Both of the headphones are similarily priced however, the hd 600 are open air cans compared to the closed cans of the momentums. I want to make the splurge and purchase a pair of momentums but I am not sure if I will be happy with the sound. I really love the hd 600's sounds and even if it is unamped. I'm pretty much looking for a mobile pair of headphones that I can bring around and go off into my own world when I'm on the subway or if I'm studying in a noisy room. Open air cans don't really have the luxury of that as well as the portability of hd 600 doesn't exist. Are the momentums worth it and the right pair of headphones for me?

 

Thank you!

post #1154 of 3513
I'd say yes as I use mine on the train and in a fairly noisy office.
post #1155 of 3513

Is the sound sig close to hd 600 though?

 

Also, has anyone tried the Parrot Zik headphones? Same price at 399$ though the Parrot Zik's seem to focus more on noise cancellation

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