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post #1096 of 1670
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Originally Posted by Hesam View Post

i want to buy e07 for my sansa, somtimes i use pc too, do you thinks between e07 and e11 which one is better?

If you need DAC, go for the E07K but if you don't, go for the E11 smily_headphones1.gif
post #1097 of 1670
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post


If you need DAC, go for the E07K but if you don't, go for the E11 smily_headphones1.gif
 
ACTUALLY I JUST PULLED THE TRIGGER ON THE JDS LABS C5 !
IT was a a good price of 175 dollars so i though why not.. I read that it is a really good amp better than the e11, e12 or e18 . Did i make the right choice ???
post #1098 of 1670
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Originally Posted by Jerryberry View Post


Smart choice!!! biggrin.gif
post #1099 of 1670
Anyone that has been waiting to buy the FiiO EO7K, it is on sale today for $60 + $4 Shipping: http://www.adorama.com/FIE07K.html
post #1100 of 1670
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Originally Posted by BloodyPenguin View Post

Anyone that has been waiting to buy the FiiO EO7K, it is on sale today for $60 + $4 Shipping: http://www.adorama.com/FIE07K.html

free super saver shipping to me. In41 thanks :)

post #1101 of 1670
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Originally Posted by BloodyPenguin View Post

Anyone that has been waiting to buy the FiiO EO7K, it is on sale today for $60 + $4 Shipping: http://www.adorama.com/FIE07K.html

 

Wow, what a sweet price. if I only waited just a few more days lol

post #1102 of 1670
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Originally Posted by KarlAgathon View Post
 

 

Wow, what a sweet price. if I only waited just a few more days lol

The original price is actually more than reasonable so its still worth it ^_^ 

post #1103 of 1670
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post
 

The original price is actually more than reasonable so its still worth it ^_^ 

 

Indeed! I ended up getting it for $79, so not going to lose sleep over it or anything lol Counting down the days till UPS knocks on my door :gs1000smile:

post #1104 of 1670
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Originally Posted by KarlAgathon View Post
 

 

Indeed! I ended up getting it for $79, so not going to lose sleep over it or anything lol Counting down the days till UPS knocks on my door :gs1000smile:

Good luck waiting! :D [it's a kind of pain I know xD been through that while I was waiting for my last term's exam to end... ]

post #1105 of 1670

Hi there, 

 

I've bought the Fiio E07k recently and when I plug in my headphones while using with my computer, I am only able to hear sound from the left side of my headphones. I've already unticked the encoded formats but its still the same. Any advices?
 

Thanks!

post #1106 of 1670
OK, first check if the same happens if you use a different PC/Mac. If yes then the fiio is the reason. Check the balance setting on the fiio.make sure the headphones are plugged in properly and try both headphone connectors. And report back.
post #1107 of 1670

Okay I think I've found the problem. Apparently it isn't really compatible with my Dt 990 jack. I have to push the jack further in to hear both sides. Is there anything else I can do?

post #1108 of 1670
Nope. Just plug it in with quite some force until it's properly in. That's all. I have te dt880 and it fits well. I guess it's the same connector. The sockets will loosen up after a few insertions.
post #1109 of 1670

I'm sorry but won't it damage the headphone amplifier? 

post #1110 of 1670
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Originally Posted by Nach0stheone View Post

I'm sorry but won't it damage the headphone amplifier? 

I am not so clear about your situation. Is it because the headphone's jack plastic is too big or what? I though you will need a very lil bit of force to push in your jack to ensure it will not fall out?
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