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There is another new big TV show they are just now being used on (Jimmy Kimmel or Hannah Montana are old news), but I can't say which show it is, until John says it's okay.
Hrm, would this happen to be ABC's D _ _ _ _ W _ _ _?
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So.. would you guys recommend the 50 ohm resistor or not? If it depends on setup it'll be used with:

- Ipod 5.5g
- Turbodiabolicious LOD
- Headsix amp
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Originally Posted by Elluzion View Post

Ok this is a dumb question but is their a special way to put these in your ear? and take them out?? I just want to be prepared and not feel like its impossible to put em in my ears.

Check the photo's on page 1 for my revolutionary Livewires removal technique. This works for most ears, but you will soon discover the best way.

It just takes me a second to insert and remove my Livewires (but don't try to do this fast at the beginning or you will bruise your ears!). Also using this method I can slightly break the seal without completely removing them, which is handy if I have to converse with someone. It means there's no embarrassing fumbling getting them out!

I can wear my Livewires all day. They are so comfortable they just disappear, which really helps me to enjoy my music.....and that is what this is all about after all!
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Well i'll be happy to join it ^.

Larry (HeadphoneAddict) should start it though i think.

Who was first here for the red/blue/black combo? EvilKing?

Matt
I definitely wasn't the first to choose that color scheme, maybe stewtheking was? http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f4/ear...review-254331/

He posted his review I think the day I joined Head-Fi looking for something better than my E4c and Bose QC2.
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
*cries*

people getting 2nd pairs, why did i end up with the dud!
My first pair had to be adjusted twice, before I did a second set of open mouth impressions, so my third attempt at Livewires was perfect. Being in the USA it only took about 5-6 weeks to get everything right the 3rd time they sent them to me. I am just re-using those same impressions since I know they work.
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Well I have decided to just get it refunded and cut my losses.

Was a good try to be part of the fmaily, but seems that it just wasn't meant to be!
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Originally Posted by FaRKle View Post
Hrm, would this happen to be ABC's D _ _ _ _ W _ _ _?
I'm sorry, I can't say it.
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I thought my review in that thread was pretty on target http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f4/ear...ml#post3305469

The thing that changed was more bass with a good source and with the remake and improved seal.
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Originally Posted by Kosmic View Post
Check the photo's on page 1 for my revolutionary Livewires removal technique. This works for most ears, but you will soon discover the best way.

It just takes me a second to insert and remove my Livewires (but don't try to do this fast at the beginning or you will bruise your ears!). Also using this method I can slightly break the seal without completely removing them, which is handy if I have to converse with someone. It means there's no embarrassing fumbling getting them out!

I can wear my Livewires all day. They are so comfortable they just disappear, which really helps me to enjoy my music.....and that is what this is all about after all!
Thanks. How do I know I am getting the best fit possible??? just wondering if it can be described...
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
Well I have decided to just get it refunded and cut my losses.

Was a good try to be part of the fmaily, but seems that it just wasn't meant to be!
Too bad dude, was it that the fit was uncomfortable this time? I know that the highs still cut you, but were you getting any low end at all even if you felt that the seal was not right? On my first set the lows were not there at all, even when I cranked the bass knob all the way up on my recording console nothing happened on the bottom end. If things were working right, there should have been some kind of change there even if the seal was not all the way right.

Just wondering friend??
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Originally Posted by Elluzion View Post
Thanks. How do I know I am getting the best fit possible??? just wondering if it can be described...
On mine when I have them in nice and tight on stage it feels like there is a suction down in my ear canal.
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Originally Posted by HeadphoneAddict View Post
I definitely wasn't the first to choose that color scheme, maybe stewtheking was? http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f4/ear...review-254331/

He posted his review I think the day I joined Head-Fi looking for something better than my E4c and Bose QC2.
Thats who i meant! Wrong King!
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Originally Posted by StudioAce View Post
On mine when I have them in nice and tight on stage it feels like there is a suction down in my ear canal.
OK THANKS. I'LL KEEP THAT IN MIND
post #1244 of 3897
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
Well I have decided to just get it refunded and cut my losses.

Was a good try to be part of the fmaily, but seems that it just wasn't meant to be!
Don't fret FMT,
You took the correct option, living down here sure has its inconveniences as you know. You do have the Ti10 and thats nothing to be sad about. BTW how are leaning towards a review of these phones? Any interest?
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Originally Posted by StudioAce View Post
On mine when I have them in nice and tight on stage it feels like there is a suction down in my ear canal.
Along with the suction, isolation should also be very high. It is very difficult to hear myself knocking on wood when you're in a silent environment. Also, tilt your head around. I had a slight seal problem with my left earpiece when I tilted to the left, so air rushed in and I can hear noise.
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