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It's disappointing... Apple Store Australia only sells the M600 :mad:

 

Same with Canada and Amazon won't ship them to Canada either, it's rather disappointing.

 

I sent an inquiry to RHA asking where I might be able to get them in Canada but haven't received a reply as yet.


Edited by elnero - 9/28/13 at 3:41am
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Okay, not just me then!  Thanks earplug.  :smile: 

 

Just to be clear guys, I don't necessarily consider driver flex to be an automatic flaw, especially since I've never had a pair of IEMs fail on me due to a thinner and stiffer diaphragm.  Still, I thought it'd be worth noting for those who have.

 

We seem to be the only two that experienced driver flex. I'll see if I can get a replacement from RHA.

 

Okay, cool.  Please lemme know if the new unit does that as well.  It might just be something inherent to these models.  Since there's a 3-year warranty, I'm not really that worried.  Just want others to be aware of it before jumping in if you know what I mean.  Thanks!  :smile:

 

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The MA750 is really impressive so far, and they aren't even burned in yet. I was worried about the cable being too thick, but it isn't even an issue to me. Seems nice and sturdy compared to all the thin cables out there.

 

Haha, I'm just glad they worked the microphonics out of their cables.  That was - by far - the one thing about past RHA units that bothered me the most.  "Ooh, I never heard that in the song before... oh, that's my shirt."

 


 

BTW, there's something about the MA750i and this specific track:

 

 

that is sounding very, very right.  Just thought I'd share.  :o


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post #93 of 535
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Okay, cool.  Please lemme know if the new unit does that as well.  It might just be something inherent to these models.  Since there's a 3-year warranty, I'm not really that worried.  Just want others to be aware of it before jumping in if you know what I mean.  Thanks!  :smile:

 

Yeah, I'll let you know what happens if I get a replacement. I hope it isn't a recurring problem. Not a big fan of the crinkling noise.

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I don't know if I lucked out but my pair has no driver flex at all..Of course as I type this while trying out different tips the large double tips just rips completely in half. Nice..

 

Be careful putting on the double flange tips if you want to use them. They are paper thin and have about the same strength evidently.


Edited by Dsnuts - 9/28/13 at 7:43am
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Just got the MA600. I'm going to let them burn in for a day and give some impressions.  They do have a bassy tone on first listen for sure. But the midbass hump isn't overwhelming like other models known for their midbass submerging the rest of the spectrum.  These might be great for those looking for a warm signature that doesn't murder the mids.  We'll see after some burn in how they perform. 

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Same with Canada and Amazon won't ship them to Canada either, it's rather disappointing.

 

I sent an inquiry to RHA asking where I might be able to get them in Canada but haven't received a reply as yet.

I'm from Canada and had the same issue. I logged into amazon.co.uk and was able to get them shipped to Canada but with no tracking.

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I'm from Canada and had the same issue. I logged into amazon.co.uk and was able to get them shipped to Canada but with no tracking.

You must have got lucky, I just tried and this is what I get "We're sorry. This item can't be shipped to your selected destination." Thanks for the info though, maybe if I'd got to it earlier it would have worked.

 

The quest continues.

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Does the 750i include a volume control?
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Anyone can compare this to gr07 mkII and in terms of comfort how do you feel about it?


Edited by n0str3ss - 9/29/13 at 9:14am
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The 600i does have volume controls, so I assume the 750 does as well. 

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Anyone have a picture of how they look on the ear?

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Yes, the 750i has volume controls (only work on Apple products I think).

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Does anyone know if you can get comply tips that fit the 750?
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The 750 comes with RHA's version of Comply tips. They aren't bad at all.
post #105 of 535
The Comply site lists which tips are needed for which models but doesn't yet list the 750 series.

Only the MA 350 and MA 450i are listed as of this writing.

That said, Comply has so many offering, it would be surprising if there weren't some that fit the 750s.
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