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Don't know about others but I wasn't charged shipping for the he-400 bstock. And they list manufacturer warranty is still good. it seems a lot of the 400 bstock are simply due to damaged packaging (the box is pretty crappy) and actually brand new.
Only thing I missed out on were velours which I hate anyway.

If I upgrade to the 500, I'll be going with headamp anyway to return the favor for the demos.
Edited by Jibrille - 3/12/13 at 10:41am
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Don't know about others but I wasn't charged shipping for the he-400 bstock. And they list manufacturer warranty is still good. it seems a lot of the 400 bstock are simply due to damaged packaging (the box is pretty crappy) and actually brand new.
Only thing I missed out on were velours which I hate anyway.

If I upgrade to the 500, I'll be going with headamp anyway to return the favor for the demos.

I wasn't charged shipping for my bstock he-400 either, it was in immaculate condition with a slightly banged up box, didn't get the velours either. Easily my happiest headphone purchase.
post #738 of 3203
Sorry about the double post, silly tablet/laptop.
Edited by Saoshyant - 3/12/13 at 10:48am
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Shipping is free and condition is always like new. But to each his own so either way they both are great deals

 

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USA shipping via UPS GROUND for any 'B-stock' order is minimum $10 [AK/HI Not Included].

 

 

That's how I read the B-stock page as well.

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I just bought my HE-400's from Headphone.com and they shipped them for free. USPS priority mail. I think it follows the same as the rest of the site. If it's over $150 it ships for free. Not sure if they just gave me a good deal but I definitely didn't have to pay anything to have them sent to my house.


Edited by DemonFox - 3/12/13 at 11:15am
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I wasn't charged shipping for my bstock he-400 either, it was in immaculate condition with a slightly banged up box, didn't get the velours either. Easily my happiest headphone purchase.


Yah, you couldn't tell the difference between what I got and a brand new HE-400. Everything was in perfect condition so I'll def be buying from them again in the near future. Once another HE-500 shows up I'll be getting those too (if I can make it in time) and selling my 400's after I have them side by side if the 500 suits me more.

 

Back to deals...

 

V-Moda M100 used for $239 from third party on Amazon. Lowest used price ever for the white version of the new Crossfades.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00A39PPI0/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used

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Shipping is free and condition is always like new. But to each his own so either way they both are great deals

 

It is my complete understanding that the "B" Stock headphones on Headphone.com do have the full warranty.  I don't want to divert from the hot deals here, so unless I've misunderstood the warranty process, please proceed with posting some more great deals.  Thank you.  wink.gif

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http://www.amazon.com/Klipsch-Mode-M40-Headphones-Copper/dp/B005N8A4Z0/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1363117047&sr=1-1&keywords=Klipsch+Mode+M40

 

Klipsch Mode M40 Mode Headphones are $212 now.....not sure how good they are

 

They are not very good. I got them when they first came out and loved the packaging the build quality but one thing didn't work out so well. The sound... The Mids were way way to upfront and that was a problem because they were so harsh and the worst part about the headphones yet they were the loudest part about them. It was all pretty disappointing, I've been a fan of Klipsch for quite some time now and their first attempt at a full size can was not a very good one. Hopefully they'll get it right the next time around.

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http://www.amazon.com/Klipsch-Mode-M40-Headphones-Copper/dp/B005N8A4Z0/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1363117047&sr=1-1&keywords=Klipsch+Mode+M40

 

Klipsch Mode M40 Mode Headphones are $212 now.....not sure how good they are

 

Also if you are looking for some noise canceling headphones around $200 The Ultimate Ears 6000 are to shabby at all. Heard them using my iPhone at the local best buy and they were clear and away the best cans they had for sell. Worth a look if anything.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-982-000079-UE-6000-Headphones/dp/B0094S36RI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1363123081&sr=8-1&keywords=ue6000

post #746 of 3203

Audio Advisor has a HE-500 Demo unit for $615 along with several other demo or open box Hifiman products.

 

http://www.audioadvisor.com/prodinfo.asp?number=1HMHE500

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Has anybody seen a deal on the Beyer DT 770 80 Ohm or 32 Ohm? Refurb, recond, repoed ok. Anything considered to save some $$$.
post #748 of 3203

http://www.rakuten.com/loc/20-off-50-promotions/74252.html (formerly buy.com) has a $20 off $50 coupon. I\Only good today until midnight PST

 

GET20CE should work with headphones and amps. Sellers like JR.com and WorldWideStereo are on here so there's plenty of legit third parties to buy from. It works on total order too so can add fillers to hit the $50 if you want a deal on an already cheap headphone.

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http://www.rakuten.com/loc/20-off-50-promotions/74252.html (formerly buy.com) has a $20 off $50 coupon. I\Only good today until midnight PST

 

GET20CE should work with headphones and amps. Sellers like JR.com and WorldWideStereo are on here so there's plenty of legit third parties to buy from. It works on total order too so can add fillers to hit the $50 if you want a deal on an already cheap headphone.

 

Example of the cheap IEM would be the Klipsch Reference S4i for $57.10 - $20 (new customer) = $37.10.

 

http://world-wide-stereo.store.rakuten.com / http://world-wide-stereo.store.rakuten.com/p/klipsch-reference-s4i-in-ear-headphones-black/227071648.html

 

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post #750 of 3203
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Has anybody seen a deal on the Beyer DT 770 80 Ohm or 32 Ohm? Refurb, recond, repoed ok. Anything considered to save some $$$.


There are a few ebay sellers who sell them cheaper than most.

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