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Great headphones - but watch who you buy them from!,
I've been using the EP-630 for years. They are simply the best headphones available at this price. Massive bass, outstandingly clear and very qualityBeware when buying on amazon though. At least one of the traders on here is selling very low quality fakes, and I suspect some of the bad reviews on here are for the fake item rather than the genuine Creative headphones. I have currently raised this issue with Amazon though they don't seem to be doing much about it. Genuine Creative headphones whether in the bubble pack or in the cardboard 'eco' pack should come with a genuine Creative warranty. They are also of the standard type with both left and right 'phones on equal length leads. If your headphones came without a warranty, have asymmetric (round the neck style) leads or are anything less than great quality you should get in touch with Amazon immediately.
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Initial post: 18 Sep 2010 14:36:18 BDT
I have also been buying Creative 630 earphones for years and have also experienced the same problem of fakes with my last pair of headphones. Can you recommend a seller that are selling the genuine item and not the fakes?
Posted on 5 Oct 2010 20:54:19 BDT
i also had this problem but Amazon were very good about it, they gave me a genuine pair, free of charge :) other than that i love them!
Posted on 2 Nov 2010 13:52:00 GMT
Carrie Em says:
Please update your review by telling us who you got yours from. I also bought a pair of the fake type after buying the real thing, and I cant remember who I bought them from. I need to know which trader to trust here, because Amzaon is not doing anything yet, and it is too much of a hustle for me, being heavily pregnant, to keep hopping down to Royal Mail to return things. Cheers.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Nov 2010 17:38:26 GMT
I bought these headphones from fasttradershop on september 25th for a total of £5.47 who were selling them the cheapest at the time. These were geniune and I am very pleased with them especially the good value price. Alternatively I also bought some similar headphones from john lewis which are philips "music colours" (for about £9.00) however i have not used them regularly yet so cannot evalute the quality of them fully.
Posted on 29 Mar 2011 13:01:22 BDT
Mr. Dinh Thy Son Do says:
Well one very clear part do distinguish is the jack. Golden colour jack means genuine, and silver/metal jack means fake.
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