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Originally Posted by The Dan of Steel View Post

As some may know the I.Fuzen is on sale on eBay for $20. This thing is great especially at that price. My question is I can't figure out how to get the amp only without juicing the phone. They say just hold the amp button for 2 seconds but when I do that it starts the amp and the charge icon on the iPhone. If I hold the battery button it does nothing until I turn off the amp first. Any one have a clue? Thanks.

 

That's just the design of the amp.

post #707 of 3203

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Ultimate-Ears-Noise-Isolating-Earphones/dp/B003YKG2XM/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1363046670&sr=1-1&keywords=Logitech+Ultimate+Ears+500

 

Logitech Ultimate Ears for $28 

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post #709 of 3203
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Originally Posted by The Dan of Steel View Post

As some may know the I.Fuzen is on sale on eBay for $20. This thing is great especially at that price. My question is I can't figure out how to get the amp only without juicing the phone. They say just hold the amp button for 2 seconds but when I do that it starts the amp and the charge icon on the iPhone. If I hold the battery button it does nothing until I turn off the amp first. Any one have a clue? Thanks.

 

That's just the design of the amp.

 

Yessir, that's part of what they fixed in the new version, the HP-1 # (sharp).

 

From http://ifuzen.auzentech.com/product.php#features:

 

HP-1 # (sharp)

Unlimited Headphone Amp Usage While Charging
With the i.Fuzen HP-1 #, you can use the headphone amp while the HP-1 charges.When working at your computer (for example), this enables you to enjoy continuous, unlimited music listening through your iPhone.

Longer Headphone Amp Usage
While the headphone amp is active, the i.Fuzen HP-1 # does not charge the iPhone. While commuting, you will enjoy longer headphone amp usage.

Auto-Off Extends Battery Reserves
To extend battery reserve power, the i.Fuzen HP-1 # switches off after it has fully charged the iPhone. Whenever the iPhone battery seems low, simply switch the i.Fuzen HP-1 on again to begin charging.

 

HP-1 (original)

No Headphone Amp Usage While Charging
With the original i.Fuzen HP-1, you cannot use the headphone amp while the HP-1 charges.

Headphone Amp Usage Does Not Disable Charging
While the headphone amp is active, the original i.Fuzen HP-1 continues to charge the iPhone.

No Auto-Off
The original i.Fuzen HP-1 stays on after it has fully charged the iPhone.

 

Mine arrived today and just finished its initial charging session, so I can't yet confirm whether I'm one of the "customers who feel those newer features are nice but not necessary", but I figured it'd be worth a shot at that price.


Edited by PsychicPickle - 3/11/13 at 5:31pm
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http://camelcamelcamel.com/Denon-AH-D600-ManiacTM-Over-Ear-Headphones/product/B00858I4F2

 

Wonder if Denon is going to start stuffing these things with cheaper parts since no-one is willing to pay MSRP???

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http://camelcamelcamel.com/Denon-AH-D600-ManiacTM-Over-Ear-Headphones/product/B00858I4F2

 

Wonder if Denon is going to start stuffing these things with cheaper parts since no-one is willing to pay MSRP???

 

They're already made of pretty cheap parts as far as the driver is concerned. The new denons are probably one of my favorite flops. 

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How good are these? I've been wanting a set of IEMs. Are these one of the best ones? 

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Darn didn't realize there was a newer version with features I'd actually want. The claim of 40+ hours is crap then. Even attached to a fully charged phone it'd last like 8. How much was the new version if you don't mind me asking?
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Originally Posted by The Dan of Steel View Post

Darn didn't realize there was a newer version with features I'd actually want. The claim of 40+ hours is crap then. Even attached to a fully charged phone it'd last like 8. How much was the new version if you don't mind me asking?

 

$88 on amazon.  I think the reason I got mine (and probably others) was the $20 price point. For $88 there are much better options


http://www.amazon.com/i-Fuzen-HP-1-Sharp-Built-Rechargeable/dp/B00703MECW

post #715 of 3203

Another Audio Technica deal, Sound Professionals, ATH Pro500bk

http://www.soundprofessionals.com/cgi-bin/gold/item/ATH-PRO500BK

post #716 of 3203
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Originally Posted by cmarti View Post

I paid $120 for mines on eBay.

$124.00 Amazon Prime TM 

Shure SRH840 Professional Monitoring Earphones (Black)

 

 

 

I just bought mine tonight from Amazon, they have 2 left in stock, for this very good price, just yesterday, one pair was sold on Ebay for ($140.29), and was an used one. 

 

Good luck guys :)


Edited by dida2012 - 3/11/13 at 8:08pm
post #717 of 3203

HiFiMan HE-400 and HE-6, Returns on Headphone.com 

 

http://www.headphone.com/support/b-stock-outlet.php

 

They go fast, rare HE-6 return. No price on them, but I'm sure the have a healthy discount.

post #718 of 3203
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post

They're already made of pretty cheap parts as far as the driver is concerned. The new denons are probably one of my favorite flops. 

 

I miss that headphone for the cable alone. Hands down *THE* best cable I've ever encountered.

 

$300 is pretty decent I guess, if that's you're type of sound.

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Low cost ($16)  Velour ear pads for Beyerdynamic DT770/DT880/DT990 and Superlux HD660/HD440/HD330 headphones.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ear-pads-earpad-replacement-Cushion-for-DT770-DT880-DT990-DT-770-880-headphone-/261181657548?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item3ccfa3d1cc

 

Low cost ($16) Velour ear pads for AKG 240 (270?) series and Superlux HD668B, HD681 and Samson SR850 headphones.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Velour-replacement-Cushion-for-K240-K240S-K240-Studio-K240-MKII-Headphones-/261173400917?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item3ccf25d555

 

The quality of the Velour may not be as good as name brand Beyerdynamic & AKG Velour ear pads.

But they are half the price of name brand Velour ear pads.

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Originally Posted by PurpleAngel View Post

Low cost ($16)  Velour ear pads for Beyerdynamic DT770/DT880/DT990 and Superlux HD660/HD440/HD330 headphones.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ear-pads-earpad-replacement-Cushion-for-DT770-DT880-DT990-DT-770-880-headphone-/261181657548?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item3ccfa3d1cc

 

Low cost ($16) Velour ear pads for AKG 240 (270?) series and Superlux HD668B, HD681 and Samson SR850 headphones.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Velour-replacement-Cushion-for-K240-K240S-K240-Studio-K240-MKII-Headphones-/261173400917?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item3ccf25d555

 

The quality of the Velour may not be as good as name brand Beyerdynamic & AKG Velour ear pads.

But they are half the price of name brand Velour ear pads.


I bought one of the K240 pads from this seller and they are pretty comfortable.  Pretty nice quality for something so cheap.

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