I'm considering these and have a question. The design looks like they kind of rest in the little 'cup' of your ear, while the nozzle and tip stick inside. Does this help them to stay in place?
I have enjoyed my Klipsch S4s for the past 2 years, but my ears must have changed with age because they won't stay in anymore. Even wearing them over-the-ear, the seal comes loose with just the slight weight of the cable itself tugging on them, and then it's all high mids and treble without bass. I have to adjust them constantly, no matter what tips I use, and it's a deal-breaker for me. I feel like Mr. Pitt in Seinfeld when he can't get his socks to stay up.
I love the reviews of these B3s. It looks like the way they are cupped by your outer ear would help prevent incidental cable-tugging from loosening them. I'm not talking about snagging the cable on something, but just the weight of the cable itself as it hangs over the back of your ear down. Thanks for any input on this!
EDIT: Also, I was wondering if an iPod Nano (5th) was sufficient to drive them. I have a PA2V2 amp, but was curious.
Edited by Darner - 4/19/14 at 7:19am