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HIFIMAN Arya - Impressions Thread

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by XERO1, Oct 5, 2018.
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  1. Newk Yuler
  2. Da1go
    @Module In my opinion there should be no problem to grab the Aryas the way you mentioned. Build-wise they are not the best, but imo they will be fine still if you grab them by the headband. Once they are in position on your head, the swivle should be no problem. They wont shake around, except if you move your head very fast. Which should be not the case. Mine are fitting pretty well and still after hours you wont recognize them.
     
  3. Module
    Thank you for this. However, another person that uses Aryas mentioned this:
    So you don't confirm this? Does the earcups easily drop down if you don't hold them?
     
  4. Da1go
    Ive just tried to grab the Aryas by the headband and its a bit harder than i thought tbh. I think it wont be a good advise if I would say there wont be any problems. As I mentioned before, sadly the Aryas dont have the best build quality. That was my main issue with them after buying them. I mean they are firm and i dont think you will damage them by grabbing them by the headband. But I wouldnt feel comfortable doing that, especially when it would be the only way to put them on my head. So I wont recommend that. The earcups will swivle around while bending the headband.

    In the end you have to try it on your own. But if you ask me I would stick to the words "bidn" has written.
     
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  5. Karister
    You asked me to let you know about updates on my Aryas issue. Hifiman confirmed that my local reseller is authorised (took 2 days) and offered a replacement. Sounds good! As usual, contact with customer service was very good.
     
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  6. Da1go
    I would never judge a headphone by such incidents. This can happen to any company. Unluckily Hifiman suffered a bit from the issues many owners had with the Sundara. But I dont think its the same case with the Arya. There always will be isolated cases but I think most Arya owners are satisfied with their exemplar (me included). For me soundwise the Arya is nearly unmatched. Maybe its just my personal taste, but Iam really happy since a long time. You should definitely give them a try.
     
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  7. Tsukuyomi
    Thank you very much, ill be hopefully getting mine sometime after i move to a new apartment :) enjoy your new pair of Arya!!
     
  8. pensiero
    Thanks for the pictures of the stands!

    Has anyone of you ever dealt with a pair of fake Hifiman Arya (or fake Hifiman in general)?
    There is an official Hifiman retailer in a European country that is offering the headphone to me at 200 EUR less than any other retailer in the same country. All the others offered to me max 100 EUR. He told me it's brand new, never opened.
     
  9. misteral201103
    Sure it's Arya and not Ananda BT? Price would make sense if it was the BT set.
     
  10. kid vic
    If its an official retailer its going to be real; a local retailer was trying to get rid of their Hifiman stock and had cut prices by hundreds of dollars so thats not unusual. Also Adorama is selling the HE6se for 50% off so deep discounts in and of themselves are not alarming.
     
  11. pensiero
    Arya for sure

    finger crossed
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2019
  12. Karister
  13. Dobrescu George
  14. carlosgab
    Not my video but I like his reviews.
     
  15. Karister
    This Post says that 3.5mm TRRS pinout standards differ for various manufacturers. If it is the same for 4.4mm TRRRS, it is possible to end up with mixed L and R channels signals I think.
     
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