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post #3166 of 3897
I'll get a picture up soon.. got mine a few months ago, no complaints--great service.
post #3167 of 3897
They have already little more than 1 ear

post #3168 of 3897
^ yay YAY team red-red :-D
post #3169 of 3897
^ agreed. Red looks nice.

<= envious
post #3170 of 3897
I just ordered a pair of Sleek Customs today - had my ear molds done a couple hours ago and they still feel kinda weird (getting ear impressions is an experience to be had by all :P).

I was debating between The Livewires and the Sleek Audio customs for a while.

Can't wailt until I get the finished product!
post #3171 of 3897
Is it sound like the e5c's
post #3172 of 3897
I had been thinking about removing the memory wire for ages.

Today i noticed the Nittiol wire was poking out from under the tubing on one side, and was gonna trim it off to stop cable getting damaged, but realised a sharp bit will still stick out, so grabbed it with a pair if pliers, and pulled it out... Much nicer. For the other side i had to trim back the tubing with a razor blade (good job i shave properly with real blades now) before i could pull it out.

Then I thought, sod it, and left about 2mm of tubing each side under the connector (strain relief) and cut the tubing off too.

So much more comfortable, especially when I have my glasses on, and when I have the cables down, they are more inconspicuous, and easier to pack away in the top of the Livewire box, and take up less space, and are less squashed. No need to change my case for a slightly bigger one now

Matt
post #3173 of 3897
Well well, it has been many months now since I mailed my impressions over to the LW HQ. I've had my share of problems (lacking communications, misunderstandings, slow turnover time and so on) with the people at LW's. However, all issues has now been solved and I'm very happy with my product and, after all, with the support I got - A big thanks to Art at LW for his help!

So, I just got my LW's back from a redip. So far so good, I think I have an ok seal now.



I guess my next project will be to make some custom cables, I received the connectors today...
post #3174 of 3897
did you have them adjust the input connector on the livewires?
post #3175 of 3897

Livewires Piccolino Cable Review

Just (finally) posted my Livewires Piccolino Cable review - http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f21/ul...3/#post5058171

Hope it helps those looking at recabling their Livewires.
post #3176 of 3897

LiveWires Excellent Customer Service

I recently decided to get a set of LWs, and I wanted to share a story of excellent customer service. I live and work in the Bay Area of California, and I submitted a web inquiry to the LW site asking for audiologist recommendations. I received an email on Sunday [yesterday] from John at LW offering to come to my office today and "shoot" my ears for free. I took him up on it. He showed up right on time, with his "ear-cam" and monitor, checked my ears, and then filled them with goop. In 5 minutes, the impressions were done. While he was there, John even made me a set of custom ear plugs for my top-down driving [wind buffeting seems to worsen my recently acquired tinnitus]. All in all, it was a great experience. John also mentioned that they had solved their turnaround time issues, and that I should receive my LWs very quickly. Considering that my Westone 3s also arrived today, it really felt like Christmas! Thanks John!
post #3177 of 3897
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Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
I recently decided to get a set of LWs, and I wanted to share a story of excellent customer service. I live and work in the Bay Area of California, and I submitted a web inquiry to the LW site asking for audiologist recommendations. I received an email on Sunday [yesterday] from John at LW offering to come to my office today and "shoot" my ears for free. I took him up on it. He showed up right on time, with his "ear-cam" and monitor, checked my ears, and then filled them with goop. In 5 minutes, the impressions were done. While he was there, John even made me a set of custom ear plugs for my top-down driving [wind buffeting seems to worsen my recently acquired tinnitus]. All in all, it was a great experience. John also mentioned that they had solved their turnaround time issues, and that I should receive my LWs very quickly. Considering that my Westone 3s also arrived today, it really felt like Christmas! Thanks John!
Great Story!
post #3178 of 3897
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Wonderful!

...and hi all, Livewires are rocking all over the world on my travels. I am still alive!
post #3179 of 3897
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by webbie64 View Post
Just (finally) posted my Livewires Piccolino Cable review - http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f21/ul...3/#post5058171

Hope it helps those looking at recabling their Livewires.
Awesome review, I can just drool.
post #3180 of 3897
Mine rocked the whole 4hrs to Nottingham, and the whole 6 hours back on a noisy coach!
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