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A quick question to anyone who ordered from Dasetn to Europe - how long should it take generally? My TG-38S was shipped on June 4 and still hasn't turned up today (30th). I'm beginning to lose hope that it will ever arrive.

 

Anyone have any advice on what I should do? Paypal claim?

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A quick question to anyone who ordered from Dasetn to Europe - how long should it take generally? My TG-38S was shipped on June 4 and still hasn't turned up today (30th). I'm beginning to lose hope that it will ever arrive.

 

Anyone have any advice on what I should do? Paypal claim?


4-6 weeks is normal.

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A quick question to anyone who ordered from Dasetn to Europe - how long should it take generally? My TG-38S was shipped on June 4 and still hasn't turned up today (30th). I'm beginning to lose hope that it will ever arrive.

 

Anyone have any advice on what I should do? Paypal claim?

yes buy my pair :P

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4-6 weeks is normal.

 

 

Hmmm…. this is not cool - paypal claim period is 45 days - way too close to 6 weeks :(

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yes buy my pair :P

 

I have to agree with BenF - there's really no need to go on and on about this… gets quite boring and tedious apart from anything else. I've seen lots of recommendations on head-fi that I don't agree with - Senn MX580, Awei ES10, BEB 328R for example. I stated my disagreement once or twice and moved on.

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I have to agree with BenF - there's really no need to go on and on about this… gets quite boring and tedious apart from anything else. I've seen lots of recommendations on head-fi that I don't agree with - Senn MX580, Awei ES10, BEB 328R for example. I stated my disagreement once or twice and moved on.

what are you talking about? my pair is for sale here on head fit for around 2 weeks, in case you weren't aware of that, now you are.

is it a crime to try and advertise it? in a related thread


Edited by jenia1 - 6/30/14 at 9:14am
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Hmmm…. this is not cool - paypal claim period is 45 days - way too close to 6 weeks :(


That's China Post for you.

Anyway, if it doesn't arrive within 6 weeks, you should open a claim.

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what are you talking about? my pair is for sale here on head fit for around 2 weeks, in case you weren't aware of that, now you are.

is it a crime to try and advertise it? in a related thread

 

OK, it just seemed like another whine disguised as an advert. It's not a crime, and neither is pointing it out. It just did not seem helpful to me. But if that was not your intention then I'm sorry. 

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That's China Post for you.

Anyway, if it doesn't arrive within 6 weeks, you should open a claim.

OK damn, I guess I'd better be quick, I'll have 3 days to make a claim if it doesn't arrive :blink:

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OK damn, I guess I'd better be quick, I'll have 3 days to make a claim if it doesn't arrive :blink:

You could start the claim anyway. The initial part of the claim is to make contact with the seller. They send an email to the seller that a claim has begun and they have the chance to contact you first. At least the process would be started and you'd have a paper trail. He may just contact you with the tracking number. The first time I ordered from Dasetn it was the only way to get in touch with him. You can attempt to contact Richard Ray on head-fi or direct on the site. I'm in the US and it took about 3 weeks each time I ordered.

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You could start the claim anyway. The initial part of the claim is to make contact with the seller. They send an email to the seller that a claim has begun and they have the chance to contact you first. At least the process would be started and you'd have a paper trail. He may just contact you with the tracking number. The first time I ordered from Dasetn it was the only way to get in touch with him. You can attempt to contact Richard Ray on head-fi or direct on the site. I'm in the US and it took about 3 weeks each time I ordered.


If too many claims are started, they can kick out the seller.

Better wait until it's really necessary.

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Please claim. I did not realize that when it was too late. Mine is worse. It was ordered 4/28 and until now hasn't showed up. Not so sure though if it's Dasetn or forwarder-related. Still it sucks. Hopefully the M760 & M1 that I ordered 5/23 will arrive.


Edited by jrazmar - 7/1/14 at 2:29am
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...got the PK2 DIY I scored a deal on yesterday. Very nicely packaged...little black velvet back, 2 pairs of foamies, and the cable is definitely an upgrade from the stock PK2. Interestingly enough, there is no writing on the shells denoting these are/were PK2...so I suspect they are another animal altogether.

 

Straight out of the bag and plugged into my X5 and I wasn't too impressed. They sound nice, but don't have the same clarity and reach for bass that my Blox M2C have, or my well-burned in, ancient and trusty genuine PK3 do. There is something restrained/veiled about them.

 

I left them hooked up to a radio station last night at a mildly unpleasant volume and let them burn in while I slept. Going to have another go at them at work today.

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^I was not a fan of the PK2 DIY either, I actually like the PK3 DIY much better^.

Though I wish the PK3 DIY looked as good as the PK2 DIY...

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^I was not a fan of the PK2 DIY either, I actually like the PK3 DIY much better^.

Though I wish the PK3 DIY looked as good as the PK2 DIY...

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Yes, I was hoping for something that at least equalled the regular PK3, but with a better cable. My regular PK3 already has an outlandish, over-sized Neutrik jack because I had to reterminate them...but at the moment they sadly sound better than the DIY PK2...we'll see though, its early days. Maybe a little time will fix them.

 

And if not, I can always steal the cable and put it on my PK3 :veryevil:

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