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  • #16
    Thanks for your suggestions John.

    So far all the in ear earphones that I've tried just don't stay in place. Basically they all just fall out. But I dunno, I haven't tried more than about half a dozen brands so maybe there's a size and/or shape that could work but I'm not so sure.....
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Erin
      Thanks for your suggestions John.

      So far all the in ear earphones that I've tried just don't stay in place. Basically they all just fall out. But I dunno, I haven't tried more than about half a dozen brands so maybe there's a size and/or shape that could work but I'm not so sure.....
      The ear canal earphones usually come with several different sizes of tips so you can find the right size for your ears. Some also come with both the rubber style and the foam style tips.

      You need to put them in like you would insert earplugs. You need them inserted properly and with a good seal to get the right sound from them. Here's a guide from HeadRoom on How to Insert Ear Canal Headphones.
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      • #18
        I have ear clips
        I didn't spell it wrong, you just read it wrong!

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