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Try this number:


615-246-0366
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Yeah i still remember that order you made from moon-audio. Its just really pain to carry this kind of situation. Mostly part of this frustration manifested by my growing expectations. **** happens!
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Tnx warrior, i tried that already,.. Over and over so i just left a message.
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Originally Posted by crushnburn46 View Post

Yeah i still remember that order you made from moon-audio. Its just really pain to carry this kind of situation. Mostly part of this frustration manifested by my growing expectations. **** happens!

And then when it arrives...

 

you'll forget all those qualms you had with this unsatisfying experience.

 

 

You'll transcend yourself into a spiritual being with audio prowess.

 

SINCE YOU WILL OWN THESE FRIGGING IEMS.

 

 

I'm jelly sir. I do hope you'll enjoy it immensely.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post
 

 

I don't know that I'd call the bass euphoric on the Rockets, its more direct, clean, and very much all business. The highs are of a slightly different character, less powdery, and the mids are front aggressive and vibrant. Its not really a romantic sound, but an open and raw sound. What you described is closer to the FX850 lol. Have you heard those?

 

 

 

 

For anyone that has the Rockets, this is a real treat:

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5C555376D7A573AD

 

Sorry, did not respond to this soon enough, lol.

 

I do not care, it is fine if the rockets are not euphoric. If they are clean, powerful  (not bass heavy powerful of course), and impactful enough, then it is A+ in my book. The ckrs already do that, and I bet these sonics will have a cleaner bass output.

 

The highs being less powdery is a plus, I actually thought the h3s had that sort of characteristic in its treble, which I do think is enamoring. Baby powder anyone?

 

 

Mids I did not expect to be aggressive, but I do understand what you mean. A bit forwarded, right? Open and raw sound is what I need since the sony does sound pretty lush. The ckrs sound detailed yet musically smooth. These are my ticket to audiobliss.

 

 

 

And finally, I unfortunately missed the opportunity to hear the fx850s, but if my description of the sonys are similar to the fx850, then this means that I have not heard euphonic bass yet, lol.

 

Or the beautiful timbre with lush lush mids that captivate you (since I did read that in the fx forum), but the highs are not really smooth I take it.


Edited by vlenbo - 9/6/14 at 1:30pm
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Agree, but anything can happens. Im just hoping for the best i wish its just a plain mistake on the packaging section.
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Originally Posted by crushnburn46 View Post

Agree, but anything can happens. Im just hoping for the best i wish its just a plain mistake on the packaging section.

Just take deep breaths and commit to patience.

 

I know this is quite difficult, as it is a painful experience. There is hope for you in a day - or few days - time.

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Alright guys! Problems has been taking cared now. Thanks mate!
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I wish I did. But for now, none.

 

No worries. If you do hear something though, please let us know! I have to use Bluetooth headsets often for work, and having a great one (while getting to support a company I like) just sounds like a win to me.

 

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Originally Posted by crushnburn46 View Post

Alright guys! Problems has been taking cared now. Thanks mate!

 

Glad to hear it, man!! The AS guys seem to be pretty much swamped under right now, but I don't doubt their resolve to make things right when the inevitable issues do arise. Hope you love 'em as much as everybody else when they make their way to ya!!

:beerchug:

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Good to know that even though they're swamped they'll still make things right at the end of the day. Probably a good call by them to postpone Auris as well.

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I hear a ringing sound in my left ear. Been this way for 2 days now. I hear it if i block my left ear canal and slightly when it is completely silent. U guys think i should continue listening to my rockets at a low volume or just stop listening all together? I don't have healthcare and checked on the asking price for a doctor's visit. Quite steep just for a checkup. Damn. This sucks. Hopefully it goes away and i don't have to retire iems. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.


Edited by audiobot - 9/8/14 at 4:15pm
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I hear a ringing sound in my left ear. Been this way for 2 days now. I hear it if i block my left ear canal and slightly when it is completely silent. U guys think i should continue listening to my rockets at a low volume or just stop listening all together? I don't have healthcare and checked on the asking price for a doctor's visit. Quite steep just for a checkup. Damn. This sucks. Hopefully it goes away and i don't have to retire iems. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.
I'd suggest that you stop listening altogether for a few days at the very least. It's likely a similar issue as going to a loud concert, sometimes the ringing can last for days but hopefully it will subside.

I've had similar issues with certain headphones. The most notable is the Grado RS-1's, I absolutely live those phones with flat pads but I had to sell them because they caused ringing in my ears.
Edited by elnero - 9/8/14 at 4:40pm
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Originally Posted by audiobot View Post
 

I hear a ringing sound in my left ear. Been this way for 2 days now. I hear it if i block my left ear canal and slightly when it is completely silent. U guys think i should continue listening to my rockets at a low volume or just stop listening all together? I don't have healthcare and checked on the asking price for a doctor's visit. Quite steep just for a checkup. Damn. This sucks. Hopefully it goes away and i don't have to retire iems. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.

 

I know this probably doesn't make you feel any better, but if it is tinnitus, there's not much they can do for the ringing anyway. :-/

 

If it's temporary just be careful with loud noises and things like concerts. I NEVER go near a concert of any kind without musician earplugs at a minimum if not full blown 33db reduction plugs. Not worth my hearing. Give it some time. It could be allergies, illness, ear infection, etc. Those would clear up in time... Ear infections can last weeks. And despite what people and doctors say, antibiotics are not necessary. Your body will fight the ear infection itself. 

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ill keep a shallow fit and low volume on my rockets. I have a long commute and not having music would drive me nuts. Hopefully it goes away. This sucks.

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i don't have the rockets just yet to compare, but where would one go to discuss the uerm? i don't see an appreciation thread? i figure someone here must know. :-P

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