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Good alternative for the HiFiMan RE-400

post #1 of 7
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I don't know when will the RE-400 be available in the shop I am currently visiting.

So I want to know what's the nearest alternative, with the price not exceeding the RE-400's price.

By saying nearest alternative, I meant on sound quality, build quality, etc.

post #2 of 7

http://penonaudio.com/HiFiMAN-RE-400 free worldwide shipping. can't get better than this

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http://penonaudio.com/HiFiMAN-RE-400 free worldwide shipping. can't get better than this

well I have yet to know how to buy those online using $. wow free worldwide shipping really. 

post #4 of 7

what are your doubts?

 

the process is simple, you put that magnific IEM on your cart, sign up, go through all the process and then it (probably) will ask you the paying method between Paypal and Visa. the price is 99$, which is the same as around 12900 rupees. So you pay those 12900 rupees, and they receive 99$. simple

 

What might happen is that you need to pay customs. Most countries make you pay for imported items, if they go over a certain price, weight or dimension. check this before buying, as these taxes may cost as much or even more than the headphones! just don't be surprised

post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by rebelinho View Post
 

what are your doubts?

 

the process is simple, you put that magnific IEM on your cart, sign up, go through all the process and then it (probably) will ask you the paying method between Paypal and Visa. the price is 99$, which is the same as around 12900 rupees. So you pay those 12900 rupees, and they receive 99$. simple

 

What might happen is that you need to pay customs. Most countries make you pay for imported items, if they go over a certain price, weight or dimension. check this before buying, as these taxes may cost as much or even more than the headphones! just don't be surprised

I am from Philippines, so Peso. I meant, I have yet to have Paypal $ or Visa. I don't have a c-card. :) That's why I haven't bought anything online yet.

post #6 of 7

I don't why I thought I read you were from Sri Lanka :D

 

Creating a Paypal account is really easy, that's the whole point f Paypal: making buying less complicated. I myself don't have an account, but friends of mine who have say it is easy to use.

post #7 of 7
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I don't why I thought I read you were from Sri Lanka :D

 

Creating a Paypal account is really easy, that's the whole point f Paypal: making buying less complicated. I myself don't have an account, but friends of mine who have say it is easy to use.

Yeah I have a Paypal account. But I have yet to learn how to put $ in it. Aaaaand.. it needs a credit card. 

Yeah why would you think I am from Sri Lanka hahaha

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