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post #2656 of 2736

I think it varies depending on what you're looking for them to do...In my case, I was looking to add some depth to the bass without losing any detail in the mids and highs.  They decided that the best solution was to go from a 4 to a 6 driver, and they can set the crossovers up different ways.  You really have to talk to them about what you're looking for and have them quote you a price.

post #2657 of 2736
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I think that depends case by case.  I just had mine in, but I had them thicken the canals along with add extra drivers to make my 450's into 650's.  Just give them a call or shoot them an email.  Their customer service is top notch.

i was thinking about doing the same

post #2658 of 2736

I just sent in my fifth pair…..I have never had a bad experience!

post #2659 of 2736

I am thoroughly enjoying my JH16's I got from Inearz. They fit great - I can smile, yawn, turn, cough and they don't break their seal. That they look great doesn't hurt either.

 

Recessed sockets in a pair of 16's wasn't a problem I guess.

 

 

 

EDIT: Just listened to Dave Matthews song #41 and the horn solo just blew me away - then the segue into the opening percussion of Say Goodbye... damn these are nice....


Edited by Ivabign - 4/14/14 at 6:45pm
post #2660 of 2736

sent my JH13's back to have the left canal thickened. Any idea what the turnaround time is like for repairs?

post #2661 of 2736
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sent my JH13's back to have the left canal thickened. Any idea what the turnaround time is like for repairs?

Repairs are usually 10 days if I remember correctly, although I think they are a bit behind now
post #2662 of 2736

Enjoying my CIEM TF10 from inearz, the only thing I regret is that i should have got a solid color. It drives me crazy to see my earwax in the inside because of the smoke color(i tried to clean it with the tool they provide but no luck). 

post #2663 of 2736

The nice thing about transparent colors is that you can tell when there is something to clean - as opposed to letting wax build up unnoticed. I must say that so far in my experience with customs, I haven't needed to use my wax tool - so I'm lucky in that respect.

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Anyone know the turn around time now?
post #2665 of 2736
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Anyone know the turn around time now?
Even if it takes a month nobody will do reshells faster than inearz.
post #2666 of 2736
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Even if it takes a month nobody will do reshells faster than inearz.

I agree, this is my fifth one....I was just wondering if it was still around two weeks
post #2667 of 2736

Last I heard, they were quoting 14-20 business days - but they may be backed up a bit due to Kaysen's departure for maternity leave (6-8 weeks) and her husband Matt (one of the techs) took a week off as well.

 

You can call them and the office will cheerfully answer any questions - they are GREAT to deal with.

post #2668 of 2736
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I agree, this is my fifth one....I was just wondering if it was still around two weeks

Don't take my words in the wrong way but you should take it slowly. Nobody actually uses 5 headphones and the ear canal changes a bit with time. I feel sorry for not giving enough attention to all my IEMs...

post #2669 of 2736
When I called a few weeks ago, I was told the turnaround was about 30 days. It has only been two weeks, but every time I see some new pics appear in my facebook timeline, I pray that mine are included...
post #2670 of 2736
I also keep waiting for mine to pop up on Facebook. I ordered a pair of IEP350s and had used them only a couple of days when I lost the left earpiece in an airport. I sent them back to have a new earpiece made and then decided I might want to go from 350s to 450s for a little more punchiness in the bass frequencies. I also decided I wanted to get darker faceplates. My originals were ice bodies and faceplates, but I decided to get dark blue faceplate on the ice bodies. With all the change orders, I hope I won't get pushed too far back in the rotation.
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