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Edited by squallkiercosa - 5/28/14 at 11:57am
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Originally Posted by Transformatron View Post

I'm liking them!

Not that I care but. do you really wan't to reshell a good pair?

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Originally Posted by squallkiercosa View Post

Not that I care but. do you really wan't to reshell a good pair?
Kind of... I've always wanted some CIEMs and I like the sound of these, I just don't like messing with tips and the over ear adjustment.

I'd like something that I can just press in with no adjustment. Something like this:

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Sweet deal, must be pretty new as well, no oxidation on the cables or anything!  Good find!

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Perfect fit triple 10 remold
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Allright! Congratulations - I see you sprung for the Westone/JH cable too.... 

 

Have you found your mids?? Have they come out to play?

 

How long did it take? (be discreet in your answer, Roxanne buyers will try to hunt us down)

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Perfect fit triple 10 remold

HI How much did you pay. The price sheet on their website was so confusing.

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It is $95 to make a custom out of regular TF10 - you can use the old cable - if you buy a new Westone style cable - it is $35. If you choose to add recessed sockets, it is another $20...

 

The above CIEM has all three of those - so $150 plus shipping.

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HI How much did you pay. The price sheet on their website was so confusing.

yeah it was 150 plus shipping

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Perfect fit triple 10 remold
Congrats! I unfortunately had to send my UE900 back for adjustments, because the left iem was producing some discomfort. I hope I get them back soon.
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Lil, Does it make sense to you doing impressions smiling? Have anybody asked to do such thing?

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Lil, Does it make sense to you doing impressions smiling? Have anybody asked to do such thing?

 

Opening your jaw usually allows more room in the canal than smiling. I've never been asked that. Typically users are more concerned about chewing movement. :)

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I've done both and I prefer an open mouth impression.  My audiologist didn't use bite blocks so I brought a book to bite down on, not hard just so so pressure.

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Here's the latest reshell from Inearz..they did a fantastic job as usual!  JH16 reshell.

 

 

 

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Opening your jaw usually allows more room in the canal than smiling. I've never been asked that. Typically users are more concerned about chewing movement. :)

I smile a lot, I mean working out, playing or just listening music for fun and I always feel my CIEMs moving, the seal doesn't break that often but the CIEM movement makes the whole experience not that pleasant. I'

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