Hi guys -
I've been noticing lately as the winter season rolls into New York that when I wear certain materials (wool sweaters mixed with nylon, down jackets, clothes prone to creating static electricity) I get a distinct and annoying static sound in my In-Ear Earphones. It's noticeably caused by my clothes as the sound is link to my movements - standing still at the intersection? Music is perfect. But as soon as I step out to cross the static begins. Or even if I just turn my head from side to side to check the traffic, there's noticeable "rasping" of static noise.
My question is:
Would recabling with a non-rubber material remedy my problem?
If so, can anyone point me in the right direction to getting my in-ear recabled?
Thanks in advance,