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post #46 of 51
I've ordered these headphines on Saturday and they arrived today! Haven't used them yet but the packaging has got a lot better since the posts I have seen. Look at the pictures below:




post #47 of 51
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Originally Posted by reapedunicorn32 View Post

I've ordered these headphines on Saturday and they arrived today! Haven't used them yet but the packaging has got a lot better since the posts I have seen. Look at the pictures below:




yes the packaging looks a lot better.... Prepare for some stomping bass!
post #48 of 51
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My gosh, the new packaging is so much better than the little cardboard box that I received... They might be onto something now smily_headphones1.gif
post #49 of 51

Has anyone tried those FX700 clones? I'm curious.

 

Nevermind, I just noticed they're expensive as balls.


Edited by Selenium - 2/11/15 at 12:29pm
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Has anyone tried those FX700 clones? I'm curious.

Nevermind, I just noticed they're expensive as balls.
I thought I'd seen someone mention that they were going for them, if you were curious.

I can't be sure though, I get easily confused...
post #51 of 51

Bought these on Friday evening and got them delivered on Tuesday (today), i sent Project Extreme a message through their "contact us" in their website, on Monday telling them that i had not received a confirmation e-mail, got a reply on the same day, aknowledging that they had received the order an the earphones had been dispatched already via Royal mail, so top marks for a prompt response and delivery.

 

Now on to the earphones themselves, they came in a nice quality cardboard packaging (same as the images already posted by ndburley & others and can post more if needed). It is nicely presented and look lot more expensive in their current packaging rather than the 1 youtube video of them.

 

Straight out of the box the bass on these IEMs are impressive, to get the best sound you will probably need to equalize a little, i am not an audiophile so can not actually say what needs to adjusted, i just continued till i got a sound that i liked.

They will sound even better i presume once they have the burning in time, but as is they sound impressive for bass and with a little EQ meddling they are top notch and especially at the price of £29.99, i can not complain.

 

Now will be the test of time to see how they will sound once burned in and how durable and long lasting that they will be, so i will give you an update as time goes by.

 

But so far, so good....

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