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So the way to get your order is to threaten to cancel and you will get it in 2 weeks?
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So the way to get your order is to threaten to cancel and you will get it in 2 weeks?
Well I complained so they hurried mine a little, and then they sent it to the wrong address, and when I told them, they first said I was wrong, so I proved it to them, they implied it was because I had rushed them that the mistake occured.
Plus of course they always declare the full value of the product (even if you paid reduced price on Black Friday, they declare full price), so expect to pay hefty customs...for me in China, I got lucky, it is "only" 10% on earphones so I am paying 180$.

What a great and pleasant experience with my friends at JH Audio !
Edited by Mimouille - 6/14/14 at 10:40pm
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JHA only really want pro customers IMHO. They should be honest about that and stop taking consumers money.
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JHA only really want pro customers IMHO. They should be honest about that and stop taking consumers money.

They need pro production team.

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The latest happy episode in my Roxanne love story:

Hello,

I think you are just trying on purpose to provide me with the worst service ever. I sent you two emails to change the shipping address, and was concerned that you had NOT done it because the shipping address on the website was still wrong. Your answer was the following:

“We update addresses in your folder, not on the website because we ship from your folder. Your order should be shipping out in the next few weeks.”

However, I just received notification from Fedex that my package was going to be delivered at my old address in Shanghai. I now live in Beijing and told you so. You confirmed you changed the address and you actually DID NOT. This is going to cause an endless hassle for me from Chinese Fedex and the Chinese Tax Office that I ABSOLUTELY WANTED TO AVOID.

I really do not understand what you have against me, but you are really making my life MUCH harder.


Thank you for nothing.

Michael

Congrats Michael for your jh Roxanne custom
Mine is already since November 2013 until now is not ready , I heard from local Jaben , Bcoz my jh Roxanne is in full black carbon take longer than acrylic version , the reason full black carbon can not produce with machine , must produce handmade .
For that reason I will wait very long like human baby maybe take 9 month until get birth hahaha biggrin.gif

Temporary yesterday I bought jh Roxanne universal fit , if my custom jh Roxanne ready I plan to sell my universal fit biggrin.gif
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Rudi,

I have a question. I could be totally wrong but I thought the Roxanne's cable is eight wires, one for each of the bass, mids, treble and a ground on each side. If so, how can a balanced amp whether TRRS or Kobiconn imput with only 4 positive channels work? Does the fourth wire on each side become a overall positive lead? Thanks.
Edited by spook76 - 6/15/14 at 4:17pm
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Rudi,

I have a question. I could be totally wrong but I thought the Roxanne's cable is eight wires, one for each of the bass, mids, treble and a ground on each side. If so, how can a balanced amp whether TRRS or Kobiconn imput with only 4 positive channels work? Does the fourth wire on each side become a overall positive lead? Thanks.

It's separated within the earpiece, hence the 4 pin connector.
1 positive per monitor separated into 3, the lead going to the bass pin is attenuated.
Edited by wickson - 6/15/14 at 4:23pm
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It's separated within the earpiece, hence the 4 pin connector.
1 positive per monitor separated into 3, the lead going to the bass pin is attenuated.

Thanks. But how do you achieve a balanced signal, wouldn't you need to separate the what was the ground into three positive channels.
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Thanks. But how do you achieve a balanced signal, wouldn't you need to separate the what was the ground into three positive channels.

For every iem with a 3-way crossover the signal is split. 1 positive split into 3 different frequency ranges
The Roxanne just carries that split outside the iem all the way to a common positive signal.
Hope I'm making sense.

Like I suggested earlier, the Roxanne could very easily be converted to a 2 pin connector using a resistor inside the iem instead of the attenuator.
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Thanks Wickson, I now understand. Always nice to see a knowledgable answer. I appreciate you taking the time to explain it
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For every iem with a 3-way crossover the signal is split. 1 positive split into 3 different frequency ranges
The Roxanne just carries that split outside the iem all the way to a common positive signal.
Hope I'm making sense.

Like I suggested earlier, the Roxanne could very easily be converted to a 2 pin connector using a resistor inside the iem instead of the attenuator.
Roxanne can actually achieve with 3 wire for each side instead of 4 wire. Ground, bass, mid & treble could share the same cable. The cross over still inside the shell.
 
I think i miss your earlier post, do you mean change the 4 pin to 2 pin connector? 

Edited by stvc - 6/15/14 at 5:55pm
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Yeah, I think the Roxanne could easily be redone using 2 pin connectors.

I believe jh will be switching to the 4 pin for their entire product lineup.
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Yeah, I think the Roxanne could easily be redone using 2 pin connectors.

I believe jh will be switching to the 4 pin for their entire product lineup.

I know they are changing to 4pin for all their model not sure why, perhaps they want to have adjustable platform like Roxanne.

Btw how to achieve with 2pin as it required the wire to adjustable resistor .eg.. the Roxanne. The bass is go thru the adjustable resistor, mid and treble go to the cross over directly.
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I know they are changing to 4pin for all their model not sure why, perhaps they want to have adjustable platform like Roxanne.

Btw how to achieve with 2pin as it required the wire to adjustable resistor .eg.. the Roxanne. The bass is go thru the adjustable resistor, mid and treble to to the cross over directly.

The attenuator is roughly 100 ohm....
If you like your bass level @ 12 o'clock, a 50ohm resistor could be installed within each monitor.

Adjustability would be lost, but it should make reshelling easier.
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I know they are changing to 4pin for all their model not sure why, perhaps they want to have adjustable platform like Roxanne.

Btw how to achieve with 2pin as it required the wire to adjustable resistor .eg.. the Roxanne. The bass is go thru the adjustable resistor, mid and treble go to the cross over directly.

yeah, you have a point,  The pot is there to set the voltage for the 4 bass drivers.  Less than 3 is not possible.  1 for the pot line for bass.  1 for the mids and highs.  1 for ground.  

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