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I dont know your bank policies but in some cases you can get your transfer back. Obviously it takes some work but if you go to the police and its posible to trace it, They might just detain the guy and return the cash (long shot, but it worked for more than one guy I know).

 

Obviously, be carefull in the future. "Dream Deals" are rearly that in reality, and the reason a SCAM actually works, is becouse of people beliving its an offer they rearly gonna get so they need to jump on it right away.

Now, I know that loosing that cash sucks, but in a way you payed 1600 dollars for a lesson that is actually much more valuable than that (there are people out there that lost their homes or life savings on things like those, and it includes legal ways, like a credit in a bank).

 

On the HD800 Topic, Anyone knows if the HD800 pads can be changed? I really like beyerdynamic pads, so Im thinking of modding the HD800 when i get them for moar comfort :D.

I don't know if this can be done. Its funny though because i prefer the hd800 pads, if you have bigger ears the T1 is slightly uncomfortable. I find myself readjusting the T1's after about 3 hours. I listened to hd800 for 8 hours yesterday and there was no comfort issue. Imagine what the hd800 would look like with t1 pads.... lol

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I find HD800 to be significantly more comfortable than dt880 or t1... the pads are just smoother and subjectively disappear when listening. :-)
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^ nice bud :beerchug: 

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nice!!!

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thanks guys. moving through hour 13, exciting stuff....:D   i don't wanna go to the gym at all...........:(

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Here, theres no reason why you cant take em to the Gym... Portable amp (car battery) bit of MC Hammer playing (showing my age)

 

Just ignore the stares from the uninformed. 

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Originally Posted by LugBug1 View Post
 

Here, theres no reason why you cant take em to the Gym... Portable amp (car battery) bit of MC Hammer playing (showing my age)

 

Just ignore the stares from the uninformed. 

lol...... that wont be happening Im afraid 

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thanks guys. moving through hour 13, exciting stuff....:D   i don't wanna go to the gym at all...........:(


Take the HD800 to the gym. Problem solved and now everyone gets to enjoy your music too. A double benefit?

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gym is closed now, i didn't bother going. enjoying wa2/hd800 too much. Im moving on to classic rock in the listening session. Pink Floyd and Steely Dan sound incredible. 

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gym is closed now, i didn't bother going. enjoying wa2/hd800 too much. Im moving on to classic rock in the listening session. Pink Floyd and Steely Dan sound incredible. 

Aye. That's how it starts. 

 

This time next year they'll be lifting you by crane through your roof (wearing the HD800's) coz you'll be unable to move your own a*se. 

 

:biggrin:

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Originally Posted by LugBug1 View Post
 

Aye. That's how it starts. 

 

This time next year they'll be lifting you by crane through your roof (wearing the HD800's) coz you'll be unable to move your own a*se. 

 

:biggrin:


I thought the same thing, first step to four hundred pound audiophile...:popcorn: 
Like I have room to talk...:beerchug: 
Been sitting here all day not going outside due to listening to mine...:biggrin: 

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I thought the same thing, first step to four hundred pound audiophile...:popcorn: 
Like I have room to talk...:beerchug: 
Been sitting here all day not going outside due to listening to mine...:biggrin: 

 

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Originally Posted by LugBug1 View Post
 

Aye. That's how it starts. 

 

This time next year they'll be lifting you by crane through your roof (wearing the HD800's) coz you'll be unable to move your own a*se. 

 

:biggrin:

HAHAHAHAHA... My housemate left the house to go in town earlier at around 10. she came back there a few minutes ago, walked into the room and said " have you been sitting there the whole time?". I said "yep" and then she replies " that was 14 hours ago, Jesus!" 

 

To think, i still haven't gotten to Stevie wonder yet, there wont be much sleeping tonight! Inner-visions here i come

 

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^^^ ok now some Radiohead. Its late! 

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Very valuable information to know for the New hd800s. :D 

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