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post #2056 of 2767

Check your spam folder, could have gone there.  Good luck with the fitting.

post #2057 of 2767
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Originally Posted by Erecent View Post

Does Fisher usually send out tracking numbers? I've made payment for my customs the day before and i've not received a tracking number from them yet. I'm really impressed that they managed to complete my order (TF10 Remold) in slightly more than a week! I was expecting it to be done in about 3 weeks or so but they really exceeded my expectations. Can't wait to receive these babies :)

 

I've had three customs done by Fisher and no tracking on any of them.

post #2058 of 2767

I got tracking numbers for mine both times they sent them to me.

post #2059 of 2767
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Originally Posted by infam0ussteven View Post

It depends, some say they were sent tracking numbers but I myself didn't receive one. If you want you can go on ups and press on track by reference. You can type your name in and see if there is anything for you, usually it's LAST, FIRST. In caps. But try different variations of your name, it's not always put in like the way I suggested but mine was inserted like that.

 

WOW, that is a great tip! I found my shipment! It's due to arrive tomorrow :) Will post pictures and review when i get them~

post #2060 of 2767

Just sent my customs for a refit. Hopefully i get them back soon =)
 

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I sent my for refits, and USPS tracking say Undeliverable as Addressed...frown.gif

post #2062 of 2767

They've moved recently, should be able to get them forwarded.  New address is on the website/facebook page.

 

Good luck for those who have to get a refit.

 

So far for me the tally is :-

 

10 months (give or take) 3 sets of impressions and 4 refits and still not right.

 

Cheers.

post #2063 of 2767
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I sent my for refits, and USPS tracking say Undeliverable as Addressed...frown.gif

If you sent it to the old address, USPS tracking will say Undeliverable as Addressed initially but they will automatically redeliver it to Fisher's new address so don't worry about it :) It happened to me too.

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Thanks for the reply, the status right now say sorting complete.

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Just received my reshells from InEarz!! Just a quick question, the fit on my outer ear seems perfect. However, my ear canals feel a little uncomfortable like the canal area or tip is a bit too thick? The seal is excellent though, i don't detect a change in the seal if i move my mouth but if i open my mouth wide, i can feel the IEMs pressing hard against my ear canals. Is this normal? This being my first custom IEM, i don't quite know what a perfect fit feels like. Maybe i just need to get used to it?

post #2066 of 2767

Sounds like a good fit, are you experiencing any pain?  The only time I feel like mine press a little hard is when I smile, then I am aware of them being my ears.

post #2067 of 2767

It's not really pain per say , just a mild sense of discomfort. Guess it's something that i have to get used to :) Hey KimChee, can't help but notice that you got the Chris Himself cables with your TF10 reshells. Do you really hear a huge difference comparing the Chris Himeself cables with the stock TF10 cables?

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Yes the CH cables are the best cables out there for the money, and my fav cable for the TF10 for sure.

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Is microphonics a big issue with the Chris Himself cables? I move about a lot wearing my IEMS and microphonics is a real deal breaker for me.

post #2070 of 2767
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Originally Posted by Erecent View Post

Just received my reshells from InEarz!! Just a quick question, the fit on my outer ear seems perfect. However, my ear canals feel a little uncomfortable like the canal area or tip is a bit too thick? The seal is excellent though, i don't detect a change in the seal if i move my mouth but if i open my mouth wide, i can feel the IEMs pressing hard against my ear canals. Is this normal? This being my first custom IEM, i don't quite know what a perfect fit feels like. Maybe i just need to get used to it?

If you can feel the ear canal it is probably too thick. When I first had my reshells done it was a pretty tight fit. I thought I would get used to it but the portions where I had a "mild" discomfort became pretty painful after 30-40min. of use. I would send your reshells back in for a refit and just have Fisher shave down the ear canal a tiny bit (or a lot of bit if you can feel them significantly for that matter). Ideally the IEMs should feel like its not there. Since customs have very little tolerance for perfection it is rare that even with a correct ear impression would be a one shot done deal. You can probably try wearing your reshells for a few hours a day through the next week and see how it feels and that way you can describe the discomfort better and also pinpoint how much you want to shave off for that particular area. GL!

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