This guide will show you how to get the best sound, comfort, and enjoyment from your RedGiant ear-buds. Please read this guide before using your ear-buds as proper use can drastically affect performance.
Your new RedGiant ear-buds use moving-coil dynamic drivers to turn analog signals into audible sounds. Every new pair of dynamic driver ear buds needs to be burned-in in order to reach their maximum sound quality.
RedGiant recommends that you burn-in your new ear-buds by playing music through them at a moderate volume for a period of at least 48-72 hours. You should notice a marked increase in sound quality after burn-in.
Proper fit of your RedGiant ear-buds ensures long-term comfort and maximum sound quality.
The A03 Ossicle and A02 Auricle can be worn in three different configurations: Normal, Active, and Inverted:
Normal: Maximum comfort and noise isolation
Active: Maximum stability for sports – cable is run behind the neck and secured with cable sinch
Inverted: Casual listening - buds worn in opposite ears and cable does not loop around ear
RedGiant includes silicone inserts in a variety of sizes and materials that will drastically affect not only how your ear-buds feel, but also how they sound.
Choosing the right size for your ear is important. You will know the correct size when you have a comfortable fit, but outside noise is drastically reduced. A better seal will not only provide drastically improved sound quality, but also keep your ear-buds firmly seated in your ear cavity.
RedGiant suggests starting from a medium size, and increasing size if too loose, or decreasing if too tight. A snug fit is good as it provides better sound isolation and stronger bass.
It is not uncommon for your left and right ear to be slightly different sizes.
Ultra-Seal: Better sound isolation and low frequency response at the expense of comfort.
Ultra-Comfort: Better comfort at the expense of sound isolation and low frequency response.
O-Ring: Can be added to any size or material of ear insert to further increase your ear cavity seal. A better seal provides increased low frequency response and sound isolation