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post #1396 of 3897
oooo what do you think baines?
post #1397 of 3897
Fantastic so far!

Got the SM3 to work finally, so i will be able to compare amped and unamped, laptop vs zen l/o, and livewires vs ety (bass boost on ety.)

Not into rock, but with theese i love it too!

Matt
post #1398 of 3897
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Guess what i have in my ears?!

They've arrived.

1st song. I'll update!

All i can say for now is wow they are tiny, and smiling pushes them out, opening my mouth makes no difference, which is excellent.
Glad you're enjoying them

Since i 'adjusted' my right earpiece smiling is about the only thing that's guaranteed to brake the seal, often in both ears at the same time (before, the right would lose seal when i looked over my right shoulder, moved my jaw wrong, or if it plain felt like it). I find the best way to get a good seal is to open my mouth wide when i put them in, and press gently (but firmly - there's an oxymoron for ya ) over the lower part where the canal is, while moving my jaw from side to side. Probably look like a dork in the process, so i try not to do it in public
post #1399 of 3897
Lol, i was just about to say that.

A bit of a process!

Got into Red Hot Chillies again. Death of a martian makes my feet tap, especially with these.

Just getting used to them then im gonna rip a few albums into lossless, and listen to them amped too. See what all the fuss is about, cos ths 96k track sounds great, amped. L/o of zen amped sounds better than laptop. Too much hiss, even thrashing the amp, and low low low on the laptop. Have to try pc!

Smiling makes both go too here.

Matt
post #1400 of 3897
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Guess what i have in my ears?!

They've arrived.

1st song. I'll update!
That's great!
post #1401 of 3897
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Lol, i was just about to say that.

A bit of a process!

Got into Red Hot Chillies again. Death of a martian makes my feet tap, especially with these.

Just getting used to them then im gonna rip a few albums into lossless, and listen to them amped too. See what all the fuss is about, cos ths 96k track sounds great, amped. L/o of zen amped sounds better than laptop. Too much hiss, even thrashing the amp, and low low low on the laptop. Have to try pc!

Smiling makes both go too here.

Matt

Welcome to team Red/Blue
post #1402 of 3897
Will all LW's come out if you smile, or is that an issue associated with only certain people?
post #1403 of 3897
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Originally Posted by boclcown View Post
Will all LW's come out if you smile, or is that an issue associated with only certain people?
I don't think anyone's Livewires actualy come out when they smile, it's just with certain people they lose the seal slightly.
post #1404 of 3897
ok, only with certain people. thanks.
post #1405 of 3897
Thanks! I love them! Im In!

Rock/emo sounds so much more listenable now! Loving all genres though!

Matt
post #1406 of 3897
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Originally Posted by killkli View Post
I've just received my SuperFreQ today.
Straight out of the box, SuperFreQ does do the job GREAT.
I mean, it's not muddy like the three driver SE530, not AT ALL.

In the field of clarity, it's on par with Livewires or even a little better >_<.

In fact, on all three range (Low, mid and high), SuperFreQ does better Livewires, though not very much.

BASS is fuller than Livewires but not muddy at all, you could hear the thump sound of JAZZ drums.

Mid is not recessed. It's ENGAGING vocal!

Treble is clear, and surprisingly, not piercing. In this regard, I used to have a pair of UE TF10 pro, they got the same level of high clarity but the TF10 pro is quite piercing, SuperFreQ doesn't
have this problem.

All right.......... If the only concern is SQ.......... I would suggest SuperFreQ. Really, they are good. It beats Universal fit Triple Drivers like TF10 pro or SE530. It betters Livewires slightly in SQ.

Though, the built quality is indeed cheap LOL.
Nice... 3 Vs. 0 in SQ
post #1407 of 3897
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Originally Posted by Fr3sH View Post
Nice... 3 Vs. 0 in SQ

3?
post #1408 of 3897
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Originally Posted by filipelli View Post
3?
DoggieHowser, russya, and killkli = 3 !
post #1409 of 3897
My first LiveWires I could break the seal just eating, or smiling, or drinking, turning my head or rolling over on my pillow. Sent them in twice in September for adjustment/re-dipping, then decided to do new impressions.

After I did new impressions open mouthed, and sent them back in with the LW, both my sets of LW I have gotten back (October, and March) stay sealed no matter what faces I make or head turning, etc.
post #1410 of 3897
Funny how he put the FreQ impression in this thread The war rages on! Yes, I recommend people try out the FreQs and moreso once they have detachable cables. The sound is great, but I've said that too many times.

Sorry to hijack
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