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replacement cable for fidelity customs

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I have a set of fidelity custom duals that I have had for around 3 years or so (before they started stealing money ;)) and the left side of the cable started shorting out.  Due to the company not being reputable any longer, I obviously didn't want to order a replacement set from them.  So I ended calling LiveWire, since it's the same product, and purchased a replacement cable from them for $30.  All was well until I got them in.  I hate the cable!  It's no longer a small braided cable but a very thick black cable and the moldable part that fits around the ear is suuuuuper long and annoying!  Anyone know of a seperate company that wont steal my money that makes a good quality braided cable with the 360 degree connector?

 

Thanks!


Edited by strike771377 - 9/25/12 at 6:19pm
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bump

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bump  really need some help here guys... would also be willing to purchase a set off one of you if interested...
 

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Sounds like it's time for a new custom iem.

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Ya it absolutely is, however, I'm not gigging as much as I used to so hard to justify a $600 purchase...
 

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Originally Posted by strike771377 View Post

Ya it absolutely is, however, I'm not gigging as much as I used to so hard to justify a $600 purchase...
 


The answer my friend, is simple:

 

You should do more gigs.

 

You may need to adjust your facial hair for this.

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bump... reviving this thread... 

 

Still looking for a replacement cable option.  Surely I'm not the only one with this issue...

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