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Monolith M300 In Ear Planar Earphones

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  1. leeperry
    yes I saw that but I thought they meant 1 year replacement and maybe 5 year warranty? Bigger Mono orthos such as 565 carry the exact same picture and yet come with 5y warranty AFAIK.

    Oh ok, 565 & this one are 1y but 560 & 1060 are 5y, GLWS then.
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2017
  2. DrunkSaru
    It's probably still one year warranty. Warranty usually means if you send it in, they will at least first attempt to fix it. But the M300's are non-serviceable so assuming that is why they put replacement. Will probably be easier for them too. The part that needs to be looked into though is in the fine print which I haven't seen but usually replacement warranties also mean they can and will replace with a refurbished model and if replaced, that doesn't mean your 1 year warranty will start over again. I know some who think like that so just throwing it out there.
  3. jant71
    Right, can't be serviced like the headphones and at the cheapest price point we aren't getting the 5 year. If the iSines are 2 years these at $149 won't be five year. Perhaps after the warranty period expires they will have a flat fee to "repair" or sell parts for those who need a driver or cable or such.
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2017
  4. Saoshyant
    There was also an issue with the 560 & 1060 at launch concerning the warranty as they changed the published warranty and everyone lost it. I mean, people completely went nuts IMO. They quite quickly changed the warranty back, so I wouldn't even think about the warranty until it's actually released as apparently they might change their minds on what's included in that respect.
  5. wuwhere Contributor
    Interested on this, subbed.
  6. leeperry
    Strong selling points of 560 & 1060 are most definitively the 5y warranty.
  7. feinanng
    Subbed.. The earhook system looks like isines'
  8. jant71
    Slightly changed but from the same maker, correct, so I think some of the accs. are essentially the same.
  9. SoundSquare
    no wonder when you make your stuff assembled in China. If Audeze wanted to keep the iSine a unique product they should have made it assembled in the USA. You got cheap production cost in china, but you got violation of everything else :)
  10. leeperry
  11. vincent215
    is there a review has been posted some where?
  12. Ynot1
    If these comes with mmcx, being that it's planar would there be no hope to bluetooth amp these.
  13. HiFiChris Contributor

    As long as the Bluetooth module has got MMCX plugs and enough output voltage for the volume levels you usually listen at, there won't be any compatibility issues.
  14. Ynot1
    Creative E5 may do the job, but I was assuming something like a bluetooth cable, and something tells me it won't work.
  15. DrunkSaru
    they aren't even out yet. check back in at least another month.
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