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You probably shouldn't wear IEM's or even canal phones, because you need to be able to hear the ambient noises around you in your environment (while you are riding your bicycle). It's dangerous if you disconnect yourself from the world with these isolating headphones, because you wouldn't be able to hear an oncoming car or something.
wow, you must really like boobs
Quote: Originally Posted by darkninja67 This man got it right. Someone give him a GS1000. Heh, thanks, but one headphone at a time!
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Yes, there are a lot of IEM ear damage threads lately, so much that I was beginning to believe them. I whole-heartedly agree with you.
Well, I sent them an email, and this is what it said: To whomever this may concern: Hi, my name is Vincent Yu, and I am the son of Arthur Yu. Before we checked out, the price for the Altec Lansing inMotion iM716 Headphones was $69, not $79. After I checked out, I left the rest to my father, and I left him alone while he did his thing. The next day, when I checked the order again, it said that I was charged $79 (with super saver shipping). So I asked my father how...
Actually, quite the opposite - that is, if you use them properly. If inserted properly, (good) IEM's would isolate most, if not all, of the ambient noise around you, so that you wouldn't have to turn up the music in order to hear above the noise around you. You can turn it down really low and still hear everything (but not too low). Also, never turn the volume too high. Length of exposure is also important. This is just my hypothesis; I don't even own any real IEM's...
Yea, when I was showing my dad the headphones, he didn't go through all of the stuff I was going to show him in order to convince him. He simply asked, "Are you sure you really want this?" Which means that he trusts my decision. And speaking of marching toward adulthood, I just got my savings account (not old enough for checking yet) yesterday from Washington Mutual! I'm getting my ATM card in a few days... but I'm a responsible spender, so no worries EDIT: Hmmm......
Leggo my Eggo! Sorry, couldn't resist
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