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post #1921 of 3897
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lisnalee View Post
Come on FMT the suspense is killing me

Are they a keeper this time?
He's toying with us the rascal!
post #1922 of 3897
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Originally Posted by funniecow View Post
...do they work with ipods?
3.5mm jack. why not?
post #1923 of 3897


•♪• Layla, you've got me on my knees.
Layla, I'm begging, darling please.
Layla, darling won't you ease my worried mind.
•♪•
post #1924 of 3897
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post


•♪• Layla, you've got me on my knees.
Layla, I'm begging, darling please.
Layla, darling won't you ease my worried mind.
•♪•
It's looking good!
post #1925 of 3897
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Originally Posted by Kosmic View Post
I hope it's Woohoo, and not Boo!
xTOO

Haha it rhymes!

C'mon, FMT, How do they fit? Liking the sound? No ringing?

Update us!

Matt
post #1926 of 3897
My laptop is hissy, and it is even worse with sensitive earphones, like my Livewires.

I don't want to lug a dac and an amp, of which i cant afford, and i don't have the funds to buy a dac/amp combo either, so i need a cheap way of getting sound out of USB or a PCMCIA Slot.

No fancy virtual surround sound cheapo dongles. I need reasonable quality, no hiss.

Would the Behringer U Control UCA202 give me a clean-ish headphone out? I have a WTB up for usb soundcards or the U Control, and am watching a UC on ebay.

Will the UCA202 solve my hiss problem? My hp/o is so crap, and livewires are even worse as they are so sensetive.

Then im sending mine back for a redip, Trading my source,
And getting a pair of livewire sounding headphones.

(Any reccommendations? Comfortable, and reasonable for gaming. Easy to drive through U Control, As cheap as possible (under $80 USED.)

Matt
post #1927 of 3897
Wow. Photobucket effects!



EDIT: Another.

post #1928 of 3897
BLASPHEMY!

Why would one put such a beautiful piece of art, on to PHilton's face! I guess it does make me more attracted to her!
post #1929 of 3897
Hahaha!
post #1930 of 3897
....oh my....I really love my SF 5 pros sound-wise...but they fit not always that good as I have kind of tiny ears. You guys make me want those LiveWires

I like the Rock-factor the 5pros have, and do not want to lose it... Can LiveWires rock?

Thx
Klaus
post #1931 of 3897
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
BLASPHEMY!

Why would one put such a beautiful piece of art, on to PHilton's face! I guess it does make me more attracted to her!
So um, how did your new Livewires work out for you this time around?
post #1932 of 3897
I am guessing he is in love, since he hasn't posted like after 10 seconds with it on to complain about fit, or highs. The trend has been broken haha.
post #1933 of 3897
heheh~ FMT is hiding away from us~ hahahhaha
post #1934 of 3897
Thread Starter 
He's writing a major review!
post #1935 of 3897
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Originally Posted by wirbeltier View Post
....oh my....I really love my SF 5 pros sound-wise...but they fit not always that good as I have kind of tiny ears. You guys make me want those LiveWires

I like the Rock-factor the 5pros have, and do not want to lose it... Can LiveWires rock?

Thx
Klaus

YES! As described by me, and respected members of this forum - Livewires have a grado sound..crisp and analytical. I want to say more analytical than fun though. It is a great IEM for rock.
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