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Its different
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Edited by Hibo - 2/25/14 at 3:39am
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Originally Posted by BenF View Post
 

Does anyone have experience with http://www.alsotao.com ?


I used them previously , they have very good pre-sales and after sales service . Also good for refunds. But they are on expensive side.

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Has anyone bought something from taobao, via mistertao, with a discount? It seems like they charge the full price and then refund the discounted money. Can someone confirm this? 

 

For example: 

Takstar Pro 80 costs 265 yuan right now, 399 before. (http://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.13.fmt9MX&id=4600871029&ad_id=&am_id=&cm_id=140105335569ed55e27b&pm_id=).

When you paste the link to mistertao it still says that the full price is 65 dollars, which is approx. 399 yuan. 

 

This is the only link confirming my precious statement. 

http://www.mistertao.com/beta/doc/58

 

Does anyone have some experience with this?

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by banjoanton View Post
 

Has anyone bought something from taobao, via mistertao, with a discount? It seems like they charge the full price and then refund the discounted money. Can someone confirm this? 

 

For example: 

Takstar Pro 80 costs 265 yuan right now, 399 before. (http://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.13.fmt9MX&id=4600871029&ad_id=&am_id=&cm_id=140105335569ed55e27b&pm_id=).

When you paste the link to mistertao it still says that the full price is 65 dollars, which is approx. 399 yuan. 

 

This is the only link confirming my precious statement. 

http://www.mistertao.com/beta/doc/58

 

Does anyone have some experience with this?

They will do this for you. You will need to follow up with them during and after the purchase to get the credit back in your balance.

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Originally Posted by bhazard View Post
 

They will do this for you. You will need to follow up with them during and after the purchase to get the credit back in your balance.

Thank you.

 

It's pretty simple to do so, right?

Wouldn't want to spend days trying talking to them.

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bhazard, how far does the low/sub bass extend in the old/original HAVI B3? Lower than the AX35?

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Originally Posted by suzook View Post

I thought the ue tips were foam?

No mfr supply tips as only foams but as bonus like 1-4pairs along with regular 3 or 4 to 13 silicon tips....but again it does not imply to all IEM models but select ones.
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Originally Posted by jant71 View Post
 

bhazard, how far does the low/sub bass extend in the old/original HAVI B3? Lower than the AX35?

They extend the same, but the AX35 has a little more power.

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Thread Starter 

Jolly Roger M1

 

Another new find today in the mail. Sades, which makes some excellent gaming headphones, has come out with their "Jolly Roger" headphones and IEMs. Yes, it has Pirate writing and swords in their logo in case you were wondering. These are entry level headphones and iems, but the M1 packs a nice clear, warm sound well worth the $30 they go for. They have a clean sleek look to them, and have a remote and mic on the detachable cable.

 

They aren't giant killers, but they are very enjoyable with beefy bass levels (which bleed into the mids a bit, common at this price point), but the mids and treble remain pretty clear. They can be found on ebay, dx.com, and tons of other places. 

 

One hour in and I'm enjoying them.

 

Jolly Roger M1 = 40mm On Ear with Mic = ~$30

http://dx.com/p/jolly-roger-m1-folding-headphones-w-microphone-for-iphone-ipad-samsung-black-grey-275643#.UwwfevldXh4

 

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Jolly Roger E100 and E200 = Dynamic iems = ~$10

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Originally Posted by kl500 View Post
 

Taobao is great!

Just bought 20 pairs of large foam tips for my iems for $12 in mistertao.

Seems, that i will be ordering Donsscorpio Dolphins soon. For $80-90 they seem unresistable.

Can you send the link?? Sounds like a great deal! 

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Originally Posted by Hibo View Post
 

Alsotao: 73 USD (without charges):

http://www.alsotao.com/product/35716701237/taobao

 

Mistertao: 59 USD (without charges):

http://www.mistertao.com/beta/pages/item/35716701237.html

 

 

Note Alsotao is with service charges and Mistertao without. So in the end it will be same  I guess.

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Originally Posted by MuZo2 View Post
 

Note Alsotao is with service charges and Mistertao without. So in the end it will be same  I guess.

sorry, you're right! Alsotao is without shipping costs, but with charges.

 

The only difference between the agents is that Alsotao refunds the too much payed shipping costs (if you have too much payed) and mistertao will send you the sum of shipping costs if they receive and weigh the package.

 

So the endprice should be the same.


Edited by Hibo - 2/25/14 at 3:50am
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I've got a question about TVC Mall: Are they an actual store or are they a forwarding service?
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I've got a question about TVC Mall: Are they an actual store or are they a forwarding service?


They are a store

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