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post #31 of 54
Hello. I'm jazz listener and occasional in academic music. Ath 900x is a really good option. You don't need amp and you find them for used like new in EBay. I bought mine there. I have compared them with my HD 580 with amp and IMO the ath does a better job.
post #32 of 54
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Originally Posted by markidjani View Post
 

i think i will go with ma900 but whats best place to shop it in Europe online> I found some on amazon but the price is only 140 pounds so i am not sure if they are original (genuine product) and new couse at other places they are like 30% more I dont have shopping experience at Amazon. And they have this extension  .AE  - Sony MDRMA900.AE what does .AE mean?

guys will someone answer this and stop arguing  :)

post #33 of 54

I trust amazon. I normally buy from Amazon germany. I do not know what AE stands for. But the specs are same as in sony's webpage, http://store.sony.com/home-listening-headphones-zid27-MDRMA900/cat-27-catid-All-Headphones-Earbuds?_t=pfm%3Dcategory

post #34 of 54
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here is the one i am looking at amazon.co  .uk /Sony-MDRMA900-AE-Home-Headphones/dp/B007I1QXX2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1388003624&sr=8-1&keywords=ma900 
can u tell me if they are genuine 

post #35 of 54

The company that sells it through amazon has an excellent customer rating, so you should be pretty confident about this one.

Also as far as I'm aware, this model doesn't have problems with counterfeits. It's usually the 'DJ' models that get plagued by that.

post #36 of 54

they seem genuine.

post #37 of 54
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do u know what this .ae stand for. I found it on only few places, there is usually without that extension.


Edited by markidjani - 12/25/13 at 1:10pm
post #38 of 54

no idea. but the technical specs are same!

post #39 of 54
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post #40 of 54

Both eBay and Amazon are your best bets, if Amazon Sells you a fake shoot them an eMail they would be able to work with you and get you a refund immediatly or at least give you an exchange, as you can see the order for that Headphone is Fufullied by Amazon, so it seems they have a hand it in.

 

And eBay... TRUST me you can raise some STINK if you get fakes. I had some idiot shoot me an email on eBay the other day, complete BS on his end, but typical scare tatics. eBay is very Pro Buyer. If your seller screws you eBay will happily help oyu get your money back! 

 

So both eBay and Amazon are good idea's at this point 

post #41 of 54
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I dont want to stress with sending back and paying that too if they are not good i need to be sure that i get the original one... I contacted digitalo.de  
here what they answer: 
Our products are new and unused and we offer a 24 month warranty. In case of Any Further questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Yours Sincerely, Anne Rivera Digitalo team Digitalo Re-In Retail International GmbH Nord ring 98 a 90409 Nürnberg phone 0911 27430933 Fax 0911 27430934 www.digitalo.de
After i asked if they are original they replied they are. 

Is this a gurantee? Do u have exp with this site?


I contacted other seller yesterday but still no answer


Edited by markidjani - 12/27/13 at 9:56am
post #42 of 54
Quote:
Originally Posted by markidjani View Post
 

I dont want to stress with sending back and paying that too if they are not good i need to be sure that i get the original one... I contacted digitalo.de  
here what they answer: 
Our products are new and unused and we offer a 24 month warranty. In case of Any Further questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Yours Sincerely, Anne Rivera Digitalo team Digitalo Re-In Retail International GmbH Nord ring 98 a 90409 Nürnberg phone 0911 27430933 Fax 0911 27430934 www.digitalo.de
After i asked if they are original they replied they are. 

Is this a gurantee? Do u have exp with this site?


I contacted other seller yesterday but still no answer

 

Well I'd take that as a Gaurente

 

I'd buy from them, and if you have any issues save that email. As a matter of fact, call them up... on the PHONE. Order through the phone and make sure you save all the contact info from that company! 

 

I had a very nice experince with a small Audio Store here in the US that just got their site up. I got my DT 990 from them!  They where very pleasent to talk with and email. 

post #43 of 54
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Guys i need recommendation for amp/dac i am not sure what i need for those sony mdr ma900 12ohms do i need amp at all ? Price range up to 100$ if that is enough for descnet amp/dac.

post #44 of 54

I do not think ma 900 needs an amp. May be a dac would improve sound quality.

 

If you do not need a portable solution, then E10 or else E7k. however, you can also look this thread, http://www.head-fi.org/t/696401/giant-list-of-sub-200-portable-dacs-w-their-chips-price

post #45 of 54
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i was thinking couse they are low impedance that they need some special apm for low impedance devices or dac. What about sound card i have AMD High Definition Audio device thats what it says when i go to system information. Do i need to get some better and suggest me one if i need

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