iRiver had to release that statement because they found out that RWA discovered a way to FIX their engineering mistake of putting a 22 ohm resistor in the unit. Once that fix went global, iRiver had no choice but to respond that if you modify the unit you risk damage to your headphones and void your warranty. It is their way of covering their own ass in case something BAD happened to someone's can's after the mod. As with anything else in life...if you modify or mess with it...you void the warranty. Just as Lee said...take what you read on that other site with a grain of salt. I've found that site to be very biased in some ways, and misinformed in others. But that's just me personally.
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