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post #46 of 61

Hahahaha i'm sure you would get an overflowing amount of deaf customers.biggrin.gif

post #47 of 61
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Awesome, almost 50 posts and i laughted to the melted plastic in the e17 one, but the funyest get a prize
post #48 of 61

Today another student told me that my IEMs were stupid because they were so big. He then went on to praise the size, shape and of course the bass of his Beats IEMs.

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Today another student told me that my IEMs were stupid because they were so big. He then went on to praise the size, shape and of course the bass of his Beats IEMs.


And what did you tell him? biggrin.gif
post #50 of 61
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And what did you tell him? biggrin.gif

 

That he was just jealous about mine being bigger biggrin.gif

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That he was just jealous about mine being bigger biggrin.gif

 

 

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post #52 of 61
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Today another student told me that my IEMs were stupid because they were so big. He then went on to praise the size, shape and of course the bass of his Beats IEMs.

Can't stand others who constantly talk about what they have is so much better. Tell him he's stupid. 

post #53 of 61
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Can't stand others who constantly talk about what they have is so much better. Tell him he's stupid. 

well, its better than people who go nuts when someone proves they are wrong

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Can't stand others who constantly talk about what they have is so much better. Tell him he's stupid. 
well, its better than people who go nuts when someone proves they are wrong

I hate it when they know Beats suck and mine are better, but they just won't admit it. That's worse.
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I hate it when they know Beats suck and mine are better, but they just won't admit it. That's worse.

 

 

that psychology, i do not understand. im not sure if i have met anyone like that

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that psychology, i do not understand. im not sure if i have met anyone like that

Probably that's cause they are in a denial defence of their purchase.

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that psychology, i do not understand. im not sure if i have met anyone like that


You have probably met a lot of people like that. It is (depending on (sub-)culture, personal moral/ethics etc.) hard for many people to admit that they made a mistake. This can result in denial (" THAT wasn't a mistake), over-justification, bragging ("If I tell everyone how great this is, maybe I'll believe it myself!") and so on.

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You have probably met a lot of people like that. It is (depending on (sub-)culture, personal moral/ethics etc.) hard for many people to admit that they made a mistake. This can result in denial (" THAT wasn't a mistake), over-justification, bragging ("If I tell everyone how great this is, maybe I'll believe it myself!") and so on.

 

 

i see, then maybe i have then. that sounds reasonable 

post #59 of 61

Tried using a battery (before anyone asks, yes, with matching voltage ratings) with my Stax amplifier.
 

Plugged it in to the battery, turned it on, smell smoke, amp is trashed.

Call customer service and they claim that battery is "not designed" to give juice to non-battery powered devices, despite the fact that the packaging and manual do not say anything along these lines and actually imply the opposite.

Considering filing a civil suit because I'm now out five hundred bucks for an amp.

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Tried using a battery (before anyone asks, yes, with matching voltage ratings) with my Stax amplifier.
 

Plugged it in to the battery, turned it on, smell smoke, amp is trashed.

Call customer service and they claim that battery is "not designed" to give juice to non-battery powered devices, despite the fact that the packaging and manual do not say anything along these lines and actually imply the opposite.

Considering filing a civil suit because I'm now out five hundred bucks for an amp.

 

 

how much does it cost to file a civil suit? tongue.gif

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