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post #2356 of 2742
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Originally Posted by mc21 View Post
 

Sounds great on a first listen. Fit seems to be good with a little bit of adjusting. It was only in their hands for 3 business days. I am amazed and will definitely use them again if needed!

 

 

are these reshells, or one of Fisher's?

post #2357 of 2742
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are these reshells, or one of Fisher's?

reshells

post #2358 of 2742

I've decided that the first reshell of my TF10s is good to go! Got these a few weeks ago, had a small fit issue, and had em back within 10 days. Great customer service and communication down there in Sanford. 

 

post #2359 of 2742
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I've decided that the first reshell of my TF10s is good to go! Got these a few weeks ago, had a small fit issue, and had em back within 10 days. Great customer service and communication down there in Sanford. 

 

 

 

 

Grats, countdown on to clear cable oxidation. :D

post #2360 of 2742

Anyone have a recommendation for a place to get molds done in NYC? I think I am going to take the plunge and have some customs made by InEarz!!!

 

Thanks in advance!

post #2361 of 2742
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Originally Posted by Detex View Post
 

Anyone have a recommendation for a place to get molds done in NYC? I think I am going to take the plunge and have some customs made by InEarz!!!

 

Thanks in advance!

 

The audiologist I've gone to the last few times is Julie Glick. Her office is a few minutes away from the Madison Park area. She's really nice, professional and if interested in something from JH Audio or UE she's a dealer for them

post #2362 of 2742

Congrats to Inearz.  Looks like they are celebrating their 10 year anniversary. 

post #2363 of 2742

sent my impressions, triplefi 10 and clear cable, should be at InEarz by Monday! can't wait to get everything back.

post #2364 of 2742

Sent InEarz an email on Friday. I'm assuming it's still faster to call them than to wait for an email reply? I'm getting my impressions Wednesday and the CIEM I got from a fellow head-fi'er is shipping tomorrow. I am excite!

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Sent InEarz an email on Friday. I'm assuming it's still faster to call them than to wait for an email reply? I'm getting my impressions Wednesday and the CIEM I got from a fellow head-fi'er is shipping tomorrow. I am excite!

 

Call, you will get an immediate response.

post #2366 of 2742
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Originally Posted by mc21 View Post
 

Sounds great on a first listen. Fit seems to be good with a little bit of adjusting. It was only in their hands for 3 business days. I am amazed and will definitely use them again if needed!

 

 

 

Hmm, Interesting looking socket connectors on your IEM's.  Thanks for sharing.

post #2367 of 2742

Replacement cable.  I got the inearz cable.  The memorie wire went kaput, are there cheap options for new cable.  Is it a westone socket?  Is there a specific westone model etc that i need to get the cable from?  I see cables for 20ish on ebay..any input appreciated.  TIA

post #2368 of 2742

As long at it states Westone/JH Audio compatible, you should be safe.  The pin specs are pretty much the industry standard with removable cables. 

post #2369 of 2742
Hey guys,

I own a set of Westone 4R and has been thinking of getting it reshelled. I was going to go the UM route but the lead-time of 14-16wks has tured me off the idea until i was recommended to try InEarZ

Im wonder, whats the advantage between the 2? Are there any major differences between them in terms of build quality? it does looks like UM has more options in colours?

Any tips and suggestions would be great. Would definitely love to hear if anyone has tried both..

Thanks!
post #2370 of 2742

If you want speed, ease of communication (assuming you're located within USA), and a cheaper price - go with Inearz, no question. If you want the best looking and polished shells, go with UM or 1964 ears (located in OR), but you'll pay at least double and a half more in price.  If this is your first time as a reshell, save some coin and go with Inearz.  They have pretty good customer support and response (call versus email).

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