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post #106 of 110

jayess, my pair broke about 3-ish years ago and every time I contacted the customer service every 6 months or so the company representative assured me that a new lineup of monster turbine will come out and suggested I wait. After multiple attempts and many months and years of waiting, this time I just gave up on the idea of waiting deciding to go with the 24K headphones instead. FYI, I've only owned a single pair of MTPC which I bought at Amazon for $300. IMO, I don't think they will fully honor the warranty with another turbine copper as advertised.  In fact, the so-called "mess" has been ongoing for the past 3 years. The best offer they will give is offering you a replacement with another model.

 

I did suggest the company should replace the MTPC with the same model available in 3rd party stores/retailers such as Amazon, but the company won't allow that for obvious reasons (e.g. 3rd party involvement, long complex process, etc). At least I will be selling the 24K headphones to get some of my money back, so that's the positive side. I highly recommend doing this since Monster products and services won't be good as advertised. 


Edited by thinkingtofu - 7/5/15 at 11:47pm
post #107 of 110

The best part about the lifetime warranty is how Monster tells you they'll let you pick something of equal price from their website.

 

Sorry, random phone rep, but your fine print says I can redeem my lifetime warranty for a similar product of equal or GREATER value! So I'm going to hold out for the new turbines. When they tell me it's worth more than I paid, I'll shove the fine print in their face.

 

Hopefully I'm not waiting for another few years though. :(

post #108 of 110

ahhh crap my turbine pro golds broke. The connecting plug broke and I only hear volume in right earbud.
Hmmmm should I try to replace the plug or replace it with their bluetooth sport headphones?

post #109 of 110

I mean, if you like them... fix them. Those bluetooths will be nothing like the MTPG's

post #110 of 110
I am still considering that or maybe just get a budget earbuds and wait some time for monster to posibly release new product.

Question considering the fact mtpg is 5 years old would good budget earbuds from 2015 sound the same,better or worst? I would assume that there was sI'm technology advencment in those years. I am thinking about pistons 3.
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