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post #1651 of 1733
From André on Facebook

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New Monitors coming in 2010! New Website coming soon! In addition to our acrylics line we will be adding a medical grade vinyl line... softer then acrylic and more durable then silicone! more to come....
post #1652 of 1733
whats the facebook page? i'm very curious to know whats the new product
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post #1654 of 1733
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Originally Posted by MaoDi View Post
They definitely don't have the longest list of standard colours, Westone and JHA offer more than 50 colours to choose from as a standard. But i like how artwork is only $25 for AE and you can basically do what ever you want,
but their "custom colors" fail (and the artwork also)
post #1655 of 1733
So I got my impression kit today and did the impressions. I had a family member help and we followed the directions so hopefully they were deep enough (they looked a little short, but compared to others who did the self kit they look normal) Then I shipped the impressions right back out using USPS express mail and they should get there tomorrow.
post #1656 of 1733
i always let the impressions to be done by audiologists. They are just that much more experienced and know what they are doing that I'd rather pay them $20 to do them for me rather than me worrying if they were done properly. But that's just me.
post #1657 of 1733
CODE RED: I accidentally knocked right side against the table and now the face plate has come off!! WHAT DO I DO NOW? *panic attack*
post #1658 of 1733
Take it to a local nail salon and ask them to brush some UV acrylic on the joint and expose it to the UV light that they use for nails. Should seal it up like new.
post #1659 of 1733
i spoke to andre, sending them back to him to see what needs to be fixed and cleaned. if possible i wouldn't mind changing the colour of the shell, to make sending them more worth it. hopefully i get new cables too.
post #1660 of 1733
oh, great.
Now the right side or the cable died
post #1661 of 1733
hmmmm actually. i have 2 options right now.

1. send them back to andre possibly occurring cost to change the colour of the shell possibly artwork. roughly $35.

2. send them to UM spend roughtly $155 inclusive of printed art work.

its a no brainer financially, but is the UM route worth 5 times the price?
post #1662 of 1733
hmmmm actually. i have 2 options right now.

1. send them back to andre possibly occurring cost to change the colour of the shell possibly artwork. roughly $35.

2. send them to UM spend roughtly $155 inclusive of printed art work.

its a no brainer financially, but is the UM route worth 5 times the price?
post #1663 of 1733
I have new ears! I have recently sent my shure se350 to Andre and I have to say I am SUPER pleased with the service and the fit. My ears and canals are very very small so I always had a problem with my shure universals, and then the little arm that held the not so great fitting attachments snapped off... I had two options, send them back to shure to pay $75 to fix them, OR get them made proper for my little ears. I am very happy little eared girl!
post #1664 of 1733
You also had the choice of cheaper services offered by Fisher Hearing and Unique Melody like mentioned above. But glad you have them fixed up =)
post #1665 of 1733
EDIT.....nevermind my rant about USPS shipping, the impressions were delivered today.
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