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post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
Hi. About a year ago I bought a pair of Monster Turbine Copper Pro's, which come with a lifetime warranty. Since then, the headphones have broken, been replaced, and now have broken for a second time. With the warranty I'm allowed to have them replaced again but when I called Monster they said they have discontinued the Turbine line and will not replace with turbines. I am however allowed to choose from any of Monster's new inner ear headphones. Monster's current headphones are linked to below.
http://www.monsterproducts.com/headphones/headphoneslist.asp?catid=400
Would you guys happen to know anything about these headphones and have a recommendation? I really like the sound quality of the turbines and would preferably like something similar. What would you guys suggest? Thanks for the help!
post #2 of 15
None of those come close to the Copper but I would lean toward the sport victory model. It looks to be a better designed sport model than the old immersion model which I found to have pretty decent sound quality. The most expensive model looks over engineered and potential a pain to fit. The vektor model also looks awkward. The DNA model is supposed to be V shaped which is the opposite of the Copper.
post #3 of 15
Thread Starter 

When you say it is V shaped, are you talking about the sound quality? Also, thanks a lot for the suggestions. Really appreciate it. 

post #4 of 15
V shaped means strong bass and treble with neutral or recessed midrange.
post #5 of 15

V shaped would be like tf10

post #6 of 15

how can they do this??

atleast replace the turbines with a comparable model!!

 

none of these exceeds 150$ and pro copper's go for 230-240$!!

 

this are duping us

post #7 of 15

My monster turbine pro copper IEMS have developed a weird fault where they work fine for around 20 minutes, then there's a 'pop' coming from the right phone, and I can then only hear about 60% of the sound as before.  Anyone experienced this and know what's causing it and any way to fix?  They were a gift, so no receipt/replacement.

post #8 of 15

Not sure what may be causing the problem  but I'm having the same issue. I hear a "pop" on the left and the sound decreases by quite a bit. 

 

I called Monster customer service today and was informed that they are currently out of stock of the old Copper Turbine model but in the midst of redesigning it and the new design will be available in June. The CS rep recommended me to wait until June to get the replacement because replacing my current headphones with another model would mean that there is no lifetime warranty on the new replacements. 

post #9 of 15

I have the same problem. I just saw your post (yeah it's little late...) I just called them and they said they are making a new "improved" model of turbine series... it will be available around June or July... 

post #10 of 15


Have you heard anymore about the impending release of the improved Turbine Pros?

post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Wonkyknees View Post
 


Have you heard anymore about the impending release of the improved Turbine Pros?


thank god,,,i was worried about the warranty.

if new improved model does come at least its good for monster owners like me

post #12 of 15

Has anyone heard anything about the supposed improved model? I've been waiting a coupe of months to RMA my MTP Golds. If they aren't coming soon, I'll have to RMA for one of their other models and sell it.

post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by nikosm View Post

Has anyone heard anything about the supposed improved model? I've been waiting a coupe of months to RMA my MTP Golds. If they aren't coming soon, I'll have to RMA for one of their other models and sell it.

They aren't coming until 2015, so I would get some other product and would sell. (Just called today)
post #14 of 15

i hope monster would keep the signature sound of turbine series.  i have the turbine gold. like it a lot. 

 

 

this sucks

post #15 of 15

Thanks for the info. That's disappointing. Guess it's time to do research on other brands with comparable IEMs to the MTP Gold.

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