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Hi, I have used my Hifiman Re-400 for some months, but I am def sure that the right speaker have higher volume  than the left speaker. I find this annyoing and was thinking on sending them into Hifiman for repair/replacement. However, when I think about it, my Sennheiser HD 595 also seems to have higher volume in the right speaker. So what is going on here? Tried different sources (Computer, Mac, Phone). Confused.  

 

This is very noticable. Very noticable higher volume in right speaker, shouldn't have any problem hearing the difference. 

 

When I for example take these tests it's very easy to hear that the sound from right speaker is way higher. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTvJoYnpeRQ

http://www.testmyspeakers.com


Edited by Rankiz - 11/23/13 at 12:40pm
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Originally Posted by Gigawattz View Post
 

Hi, I have used my Hifiman Re-400 for some months, but I am def sure that the right speaker have higher volume  than the left speaker. I find this annyoing and was thinking on sending them into Hifiman for repair/replacement. However, when I think about it, my Sennheiser HD 595 also seems to have higher volume in the right speaker. So what is going on here? Tried different sources (Computer, Mac, Phone). Confused.  

 

This is very noticable. Very noticable higher volume in right speaker, shouldn't have any problem hearing the difference. 

 

When I for example take these tests it's very easy to hear that the sound from right speaker is way higher. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTvJoYnpeRQ

http://www.testmyspeakers.com

what dap or source equipment are you using? have you tried the iems in other sources to confirm its the iems themselves?

post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 

I don't use any damp at all, and use it straight with the computer, laptop, phone etc. So I have tried different sources so it's not the source.

post #4 of 4

You can try adjusting the sound balance of your laptop: go to Control panel -> Sound -> double click on the default playback device (the one with a green check on it) -> Levels, there should be a tab "Balance" that you can adjust the Left/Right volume output

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