[OFFICIAL] SHARE YOUR HOOTS HERE ! ! ! - Part 2

koroshiya8

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'damaging' trip to get my CD player
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and checked out TFZ since i was there.

The series 5 sound amazing for what.. $102 bucks....... my first IEM (ok actually first was a Hippo Shroom) was SE215, cost $200 odd (blue) and i dont remember it sound as good. The series 5 to me was very well balanced with just enough bass. Sound stage and separation was also very decent.

For Series 3, i think it's not good at all, slightly bassier and sounded muddy. I feedback to the guy there and he agreed with me.

For Series 1 i didnt test properly as the ear bud was too small therefore it sounded like no bass.. so no comments.

Enjoy the pics. I ended up with the Series 5 as a backup and casual alternative to the Jup.

Series 1
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Series 3
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Series 5
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think i've reached my endgame in terms of headphones

running the HD800 S balanced and it is just perfect... now time to start saving for a R2R DAC and find some desk space
 

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think i've reached my endgame in terms of headphones

running the HD800 S balanced and it is just perfect... now time to start saving for a R2R DAC and find some desk space

where got endgame one......
 

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Currently which country offer the lowest HD800S?
 

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Took the plunge and bought Mojo from UK Amazon website. Inclusive of delivery to Singapore, it costs me $649 SGD landed in Singapore. The falling pound helps a lot! :s13:

I estimated that prior to the falling pound, the landed cost would have been $740 SGD. In my opinion, for those who is still sitting on the fence whether to hoot the Mojo, can go ahead to buy it now!
 

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Took the plunge and bought Mojo from UK Amazon website. Inclusive of delivery to Singapore, it costs me $649 SGD landed in Singapore. The falling pound helps a lot! :s13:

I estimated that prior to the falling pound, the landed cost would have been $740 SGD. In my opinion, for those who is still sitting on the fence whether to hoot the Mojo, can go ahead to buy it now!

omg thats a cheap price, no hope for selling my mojo 2nd hand at a reasonable price then. better to just keep it
 

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Took the plunge and bought Mojo from UK Amazon website. Inclusive of delivery to Singapore, it costs me $649 SGD landed in Singapore. The falling pound helps a lot! :s13:

I estimated that prior to the falling pound, the landed cost would have been $740 SGD. In my opinion, for those who is still sitting on the fence whether to hoot the Mojo, can go ahead to buy it now!

Wonderful price and wonderful piece of kit.

The Mojo is awesome with most IEMs out there.
 

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Took the plunge and bought Mojo from UK Amazon website. Inclusive of delivery to Singapore, it costs me $649 SGD landed in Singapore. The falling pound helps a lot! :s13:

I estimated that prior to the falling pound, the landed cost would have been $740 SGD. In my opinion, for those who is still sitting on the fence whether to hoot the Mojo, can go ahead to buy it now!

hmm, how did you get that price ?! it's 399 pounds on UK Amazon now leh.
 

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Though it's listed 399 pound, once you've cleared to the final stage right before confirmation of purchase, another promotion discount will be applied. :D
 

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Is there a need for forwarder??
 

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hmm, how did you get that price ?! it's 399 pounds on UK Amazon now leh.

399(or any price on Amazon UK) is inclusive of VAT(or gst), you don't need to pay VAT if you ship your purchase out of EU, hence it will be deducted at the final confirmation page. It's not a promotion discount, everything you ship out of EU exempts you from VAT, of course whether or not you get further taxed at our local custom is another matter entirely. IIRC, Amazon UK does collect "import fee" on behalf and will refund excess if the the import tax is lower than what they collect.
 

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mojo is seriously a no-brainer at that price.. lol
 

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Took the plunge and bought Mojo from UK Amazon website. Inclusive of delivery to Singapore, it costs me $649 SGD landed in Singapore. The falling pound helps a lot! :s13:

I estimated that prior to the falling pound, the landed cost would have been $740 SGD. In my opinion, for those who is still sitting on the fence whether to hoot the Mojo, can go ahead to buy it now!
U Siam gst?
 

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Took the plunge and bought Mojo from UK Amazon website. Inclusive of delivery to Singapore, it costs me $649 SGD landed in Singapore. The falling pound helps a lot! :s13:

I estimated that prior to the falling pound, the landed cost would have been $740 SGD. In my opinion, for those who is still sitting on the fence whether to hoot the Mojo, can go ahead to buy it now!

Thanks for the SIC bruh! :)

Is there a need for forwarder??

No need, just use Amazon's shipping service.
Anw, not sure if any forwarder handles refund of VAT.
 
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