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post #2386 of 2816
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Originally Posted by mc21 View Post
 

uhhh is it just me or did the prices of all the options go up?

 

The prices for options went up, yes. But these prices are still what I would consider reasonable. They've lowered the cost of the core product and upped the price of the options. Sound business reasoning to me.

post #2387 of 2816

reasonable to me

post #2388 of 2816
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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post
 

 

The prices for options went up, yes. But these prices are still what I would consider reasonable. They've lowered the cost of the core product and upped the price of the options. Sound business reasoning to me.

 

Depends on what you consider their "core" products. It seems like their core product (at least on this forum) is the reshell, which is the same price for customs. Not sure about the universal. Yes I agree that this is still very reasonable pricing, however, if they keep raising their prices, I'm not sure if it's worth reshelling anymore. They were obviously making a decent profit since they were expanding and also adding in new options to their shells. It's their business and they are definitely free to do as they wish. I was just surprised because Kaysen's last post made it sound like prices were reduced.

post #2389 of 2816

These prices are set until cost of living goes up. :bigsmile_face:

We did a lot of research with our competition before we set these prices and we are below almost everyone for the custom iems and the extra options.

 

I know that we are at least $50 below a couple companies on our wood and carbon fiber.

 

These new prices are to get into a market that we have scratched the surface of for a while. We want our remold customers to listen to the Inearz brand now.

post #2390 of 2816

I think your prices are still very reasonable and I have been a happy customer with my remold. Forgot to try your suggestion about the earplugs as I haven't been to the range lately though.

post #2391 of 2816

Ok, I'm sold, but I have only done remolds...

 

Kaysen, I have gotten three remolds done with the same ear impression, which is three years old now...Do you recommend getting a new one before I take the plunge on the inearz brand?

post #2392 of 2816
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Originally Posted by Lil' Fish View Post
 

These prices are set until cost of living goes up. :bigsmile_face:

We did a lot of research with our competition before we set these prices and we are below almost everyone for the custom iems and the extra options.

 

I know that we are at least $50 below a couple companies on our wood and carbon fiber.

 

These new prices are to get into a market that we have scratched the surface of for a while. We want our remold customers to listen to the Inearz brand now.

 

Ok, I'm sold, but I have only done remolds...

 

Kaysen, I have gotten three remolds done with the same ear impression, which is three years old now...Do you recommend getting a new one before I take the plunge on the inearz brand?

post #2393 of 2816
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Originally Posted by inthearmsofrain View Post

Ok, I'm sold, but I have only done remolds...

Kaysen, I have gotten three remolds done with the same ear impression, which is three years old now...Do you recommend getting a new one before I take the plunge on the inearz brand?

I would say yes if you have gained or lost 20+ Pounds in that time. If all of your remolds fit wonderfully, it shouldn't be a problem
post #2394 of 2816

I've posted these already, but I recently got my 3rd adjustment back and they're the keepers. Kaysen and the good people at InEarz have been very easy to work with. I've sent my remolds three times to try to get the right side just right and they've been very understanding and helpful.

 

Build quality is very high, both original sound signature and balance are superb and they even let me use the custom hybrid cable I'd already purchased before remolding.

 

What more could you ask for!?

 

 

And in case anyone is curious, the pairing of X3 with TF10s is killer. The warm lilt of the X3 gives a little extra flavor in the mid bass/mids and the hybrid (copper/silver) cable retains the treble extension and clarity.

post #2395 of 2816
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post
 

I've posted these already, but I recently got my 3rd adjustment back and they're the keepers. Kaysen and the good people at InEarz have been very easy to work with. I've sent my remolds three times to try to get the right side just right and they've been very understanding and helpful.

 

Build quality is very high, both original sound signature and balance are superb and they even let me use the custom hybrid cable I'd already purchased before remolding.

 

What more could you ask for!?

 

 

And in case anyone is curious, the pairing of X3 with TF10s is killer. The warm lilt of the X3 gives a little extra flavor in the mid bass/mids and the hybrid (copper/silver) cable retains the treble extension and clarity.

 

BTW, those look killer! Also, you are correct, their customer service is way top notch....The last two pairs I have gotten have been perfect fit both times, and I got them back within 7 days!

post #2396 of 2816

These are my most recent ones

 

 

 

 

post #2397 of 2816
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Originally Posted by inthearmsofrain View Post
 

 

These are my most recent ones (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Those are beautiful, and also serving to increase anticipation for mine. Darn you! :wink_face:

post #2398 of 2816

just got mine back! clear on clear....AWESOME STUFF!

post #2399 of 2816

btw what's the best way to remove these from my ears? I don't want to have to pull where the cord is connected

 

edit: oh and where can i find something to clean the inner tubes with? don't want to get a wax build up


Edited by Tekniqs - 10/2/13 at 11:23pm
post #2400 of 2816

Post a pic! :) The official way to remove them from your ear is to twist the earpiece itself, until it falls out.

 

-J

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