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post #16 of 27
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Shure SRH-1840's. :mad:

I imagine that somewhere, there's a postal worker venturing into the world of good headphones. Nice set of can's he should thank you. :wink_face:

post #17 of 27
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I imagine that somewhere, there's a postal worker venturing into the world of good headphones. Nice set of can's he should thank you. :wink_face:


He should thank me with a check for $500. :p

post #18 of 27
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Shure SRH-1840's. mad.gif

Ouch, aren't those like $400 dollars?

This past November, I ordered the M50's from my neighboring state (California), the package got to my city and then got lost in the Postal Office, after a a couple of weeks it said delivered, but I didn't have them. I was so mad, even though the headphones cost about $105. I called them and they said that if it says that they were delivered, it should be delivered.... About a 1 month and around 20 days, later, I got them, even though I had already ordered another ones and been using them. tongue.gif
Edited by endallchaos - 1/21/14 at 1:41pm
post #19 of 27
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Ouch, aren't those like $400 dollars?

This past November, I ordered the M50's from my neighboring state (California), the package got to my city and then got lost in the Postal Office, after a a couple of weeks it said delivered, but I didn't have them. I was so mad, even though the headphones cost about $105. I called them and they said that if it says that they were delivered, it should be delivered.... About a 1 month and around 20 days, later, I got them, even though I had already ordered another ones and been using them. tongue.gif

 

$500 actually.. sigh.

 

Yeah, I've heard of packages/letters getting to people months and even years after they sent them.

 

I guess if they do get there, hey, awesome. But I'll write them off for now, hopefully I get a nice surprise in a month.

post #20 of 27

Sometimes while enroute to a destination, a package may not get scanned at all.  If you haven't already, call B&H and ask if the package has indeed been received.  Call or,  better yet,  visit the local PO and request a package search.  I've had packages misplaced, fallen behind equipment during sorting, etc.  I had one package that had fallen behind a large piece of machinery and eventually they found it...after two weeks.

 

Good luck and don't despair...yet. :) 

 

I see you mailed it via "package services."  If not sent either Priority or First Class, the PO people will take their sweet time processing it.


Edited by tattoou2 - 1/21/14 at 2:10pm
post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by GaryWA View Post
 

 

$500 actually.. sigh.

 

Yeah, I've heard of packages/letters getting to people months and even years after they sent them.

 

I guess if they do get there, hey, awesome. But I'll write them off for now, hopefully I get a nice surprise in a month.

You ever see that Movie with Tom Hanks and Mr. Wilson? Castaway

post #22 of 27
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$500 actually.. sigh.

Yeah, I've heard of packages/letters getting to people months and even years after they sent them.

I guess if they do get there, hey, awesome. But I'll write them off for now, hopefully I get a nice surprise in a month.

uff... That's even more of an ouch!

Yea, good luck, again! smily_headphones1.gif
post #23 of 27
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Originally Posted by tattoou2 View Post
 

Sometimes while enroute to a destination, a package may not get scanned at all.  If you haven't already, call B&H and ask if the package has indeed been received.  Call or,  better yet,  visit the local PO and request a package search.  I've had packages misplaced, fallen behind equipment during sorting, etc.  I had one package that had fallen behind a large piece of machinery and eventually they found it...after two weeks.

 

Good luck and don't despair...yet. :) 

 

I see you mailed it via "package services."  If not sent either Priority or First Class, the PO people will take their sweet time processing it.


Worth a shot I suppose. Thanks for the suggestion.

 

Also I know it's a bit slower than Priority, but 2 weeks to process a package? Ehh..

post #24 of 27
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Well.. Cool. :D

 

post #25 of 27

Finally. It looks like the guy at the postoffice decided on a different set of cans.:D

post #26 of 27
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Well.. Cool. biggrin.gif



It was delivered to the wrong address... lol biggrin.gif I kid. Awesome, now you could stop thinking about it, because I know how it feels when a package gets lost. lol
post #27 of 27
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Well. Fedex this time.

 

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