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post #46 of 47
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Originally Posted by Maxvla View Post

It's inside the arm. He conveniently forgets all complicated things are made up of many humble parts. To date I've never heard of anyone having a problem with these pins, or anything related the construction of the HD800. Paint? Sure. Tuning? OK. Failing drivers, broken parts, things falling apart? Not yet.

I don't think that's a cotter pin, it's something else

 

Also weren't there a few driver failures?

post #47 of 47

Shear pin is a better description.  Popped one out of my refurbished HD800.  I was so impressed with the sound I spent more bucks for a new pair from Crutchfield after they refunded my money for the first one.

I literally laid them down and they fell apart I put the pin back together on the hinge which is held in place with a spring.

A good warranty is a must for high end HP's.

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