blew yuin pk3's, don't know how
Jul 15, 2008 at 12:54 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 9

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Well up until today I've been happy with the yuin pk3's I've had for 9 or so months, but I plugged them into my new iphone today and now it sounds like the bass is blown on both headphones. Which is weird because I tried them on friday with the iphone and they sounded great, and I haven't used them since then. Tried them on an ipod and same deal, blown bass. They sound like broken ibuds with better detail.
I was actually gonna try and retrofit the headphones onto the apple headset that came with the phone but now I guess that's pointless.

Does anyone have any ideas how both drivers would just blow like that?
they were just sitting in my pocket and on my shelf from the time I tested them to the time I used them again.
Unless my iphone killed them somehow.

Yuin doesn't repair do they?

Is there any other non in-ear buds that compare in price and sound quality?
 
Jul 15, 2008 at 1:00 AM Post #2 of 9

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Well up until today I've been happy with the yuin pk3's I've had for 9 or so months, but I plugged them into my new iphone today and now it sounds like the bass is blown on both headphones. Which is weird because I tried them on friday with the iphone and they sounded great, and I haven't used them since then. Tried them on an ipod and same deal, blown bass. They sound like broken ibuds with better detail.
I was actually gonna try and retrofit the headphones onto the apple headset that came with the phone but now I guess that's pointless.

Does anyone have any ideas how both drivers would just blow like that?
they were just sitting in my pocket and on my shelf from the time I tested them to the time I used them again.
Unless my iphone killed them somehow.

Yuin doesn't repair do they?

Is there any other non in-ear buds that compare in price and sound quality?



They carry a 1 year replacement guarantee. Same thing happened to my PK2s (only 1 side) and I got a replacement.
 
Jul 15, 2008 at 1:06 AM Post #4 of 9

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how do I contact them? I tried to google their site but found some Taiwanese company that makes power strips.


Where did you buy them?
 
Jul 15, 2008 at 1:20 AM Post #6 of 9

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email them and tell them what happened, that's where I got mine replaced.
 
Jul 15, 2008 at 9:10 AM Post #9 of 9

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I hate it when headphones die out like that. such a bummer. my vibes went out and so I got it replaced under warranty. was extremely smooth. I didnt like the vibes much anyway so I gave the new fresh pair to my brother in law since he just graduated. he probably thinks I bought him some out of nowhere. I dont have that kind of money lol. good thing they sent the phones in a brand new package huh?
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