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post #6376 of 10838
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Originally Posted by money4me247 View Post
 

errr lol. why are they selling at a different price on their regular website compared to their ebay account. 

 Used/B-stock vs new?

post #6377 of 10838
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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post
 

 Used/B-stock vs new?

ahh! kk. that quoted post is confusing because some items listed are b-stock and some are new. on their official website has the b-stock he500 at $475, which is cheaper than their listing on ebay for b-stock he-500 for $495.

 

love razordogaudio & they always have solid prices w/ great customer service, but that's a lil awk to have different pricing on different sites.

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on amazon, the audio technica ath-anc9 dropped down to $195. lowest price for a while, though I think it's widely available at that price now.

 

http://camelcamelcamel.com/Technica-ATH-ANC9-QuietPoint-Noise-Cancelling-Headphones/product/B007KWLF5K

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eBay fees vs none on their site perhaps?
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Originally Posted by money4me247 View Post
 

ahh! kk. that quoted post is confusing because some items listed are b-stock and some are new. on their official website has the b-stock he500 at $475, which is cheaper than their listing on ebay for b-stock he-500 for $495.

 

love razordogaudio & they always have solid prices w/ great customer service, but that's a lil awk to have different pricing on different sites.

 

If I had to guess I would say the difference in price would be to cover the additional fees associated with eBay. You pay eBay directly for the listing, you pay eBay for the closing, you pay PayPal (eBay) for handling the payment... and in the end a $20 difference makes sense. Unfortunately Brian gets charged more when using eBay than his store and we can't expect him to eat those costs. Some people like to buy from eBay so they can use their eBay rewards and that's cool. Brian should end up making the same no matter which method the buyer chooses. Razerdogaudio is a class act and I want them to stick around for a long time to come, and if charging a few bucks more to cover the additional fees is all it takes then I'm all for it. I'd rather buy directly anyways since it's probably easier on Brian that way.

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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post

 

If I had to guess I would say the difference in price would be to cover the additional fees associated with eBay. You pay eBay directly for the listing, you pay eBay for the closing, you pay PayPal (eBay) for handling the payment... and in the end a $20 difference makes sense. Unfortunately Brian gets charged more when using eBay than his store and we can't expect him to eat those costs. Some people like to buy from eBay so they can use their eBay rewards and that's cool. Brian should end up making the same no matter which method the buyer chooses. Razerdogaudio is a class act and I want them to stick around for a long time to come, and if charging a few bucks more to cover the additional fees is all it takes then I'm all for it. I'd rather buy directly anyways since it's probably easier on Brian that way.

 

hahaha ya, i've purchased from em before & they are great. but just wanted to note that it's cheaper on their regular site since this is the deals thread lol.

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I had trouble finding B-stock on the store website...
Edited by Evshrug - 7/28/14 at 4:14am
post #6383 of 10838
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Originally Posted by money4me247 View Post

ahh! kk. that quoted post is confusing because some items listed are b-stock and some are new. on their official website has the b-stock he500 at $475, which is cheaper than their listing on ebay for b-stock he-500 for $495.

Ebay fees. However, he will come down, if you ask him.
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post #6385 of 10838
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Originally Posted by Evshrug View Post

I had trouble finding B-stock on the store website...

http://www.razordogaudio.com/search?q=b+stock

 

hehh lol

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Went into Menards to get some picture hangers and they had the Monster DNA headphones on clearance for 89.00. Needless to say I had to buy a pair.

http://www.menards.com/main/electrical/electronics/headphones/monster-dna-headphones/p-2182112.htm


Edited by ms3902 - 7/28/14 at 9:38am
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If you are looking for a MEGA BASS earphone, Sears has the JVC HAFX101 Xtreme Xplosives In-Ear Headphones (Red) for $8.11 with free in-store pickup or $6 shipping to home.

Tried these things once. SUPER V Shaped Sound, but the bass is like having subwoofers in your ears. Kinda fun just to use ever-so-often.


http://www.sears.com/jvc-xtreme-xplosive-inner-ear-headphones-red-hafx101r/p-05757528000P?prdNo=1&blockNo=1&blockType=G1

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post #6388 of 10838
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Originally Posted by BloodyPenguin View Post

If you are looking for a MEGA BASS earphone, Sears has the JVC HAFX101 Xtreme Xplosives In-Ear Headphones (Red) for $8.11 with free in-store pickup or $6 shipping to home.

Tried these things once. SUPER V Shaped Sound, but the bass is like having subwoofers in your ears. Kinda fun just to use ever-so-often.


http://www.sears.com/jvc-xtreme-xplosive-inner-ear-headphones-red-hafx101r/p-05757528000P?prdNo=1&blockNo=1&blockType=G1

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saw this on the slick this morning. gonna pick up like maybe 1..2.. all of it after work. O_O

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Originally Posted by ms3902 View Post
 

Went into Menards to get some picture hangers and they had the Monster DNA headphones on clearance for 89.00. Needless to say I had to buy a pair.

http://www.menards.com/main/electrical/electronics/headphones/monster-dna-headphones/p-2182112.htm

I lived in Madison, WI for four years.  I completely forgot about that place!  I can't read the name without thinking of the guy in the commercial:  MENARDTH!!  He's just so enthusiastic!

 

Nice snag.  I found the on-ears to be extremely uncomfortable, but apparently some people have no problem with them.  I know MLE loved his.

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I lived in Madison, WI for four years.  I completely forgot about that place!  I can't read the name without thinking of the guy in the commercial:  MENARDTH!!  He's just so enthusiastic!

 

Nice snag.  I found the on-ears to be extremely uncomfortable, but apparently some people have no problem with them.  I know MLE loved hi

I forgot about those commercials, always got a chuckle out of them. I'm not really an on-ear guy either but they sound pretty good and the build quality seems to be up to par.


Edited by ms3902 - 7/28/14 at 12:38pm
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