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post #31 of 36
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its a little late now but just in case anyone wanted to know. I made money doing carpentry I worked for a company that built primarily garages, sheds, gazebos etc.. As a second quicker way to make money i would buy broken speakers for very cheap and fix the broken parts IE: shorted and burned out inductors or blown caps on the crossovers or if i had to i would order in the manufacture parts, install them, then sell them at a decent profit 


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post #32 of 36
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its a little late now but just in case anyone wanted to know. I made money doing carpentry I worked for a company that built primarily garages, sheds, gazebos etc.. As a second quicker way to make money i would buy broken speakers for very cheap and fix the broken parts IE: shorted and burned out inductors or blown caps on the crossovers or if i had to i would order in the manufacture parts, install them, then sell them at a decent profit 
Sweet bro biggrin.gif that's more work than I was doing at 14
post #33 of 36
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its a little late now but just in case anyone wanted to know. I made money doing carpentry I worked for a company that built primarily garages, sheds, gazebos etc.. As a second quicker way to make money i would buy broken speakers for very cheap and fix the broken parts IE: shorted and burned out inductors or blown caps on the crossovers or if i had to i would order in the manufacture parts, install them, then sell them at a decent profit 

Wow, nice job man.

You're doing more work than I'm currently doing atm... (I'm a lazy 19 year guy btw)

Did you ever get the customs?

post #34 of 36
I got a few pairs at 16 and 4 months in its okay. Just be prepared to get reshelled done. I also think some companies don't like to do CIEMs for young uns and there is plenty if great universals out there that are comfy, phonak and heir to name a couple!
post #35 of 36

The way I see it, it's your money so you can spend it as you see fit - I personally don't have a problem with it

post #36 of 36
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Thanks guys. after reading through the first bunch of comments a while back i decided it would be alot cheaper in the long run just to wait and save myself the expense of continuously re-shelling my iem's. I have done nothing the the TF10's except the flip flop mod which i found was more comfortable and they now don't look like i have blue bolts jutting out of my ear (at least not as much biggrin.gif). 

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