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post #16 of 21

Foam or cotton dams are usually used for impressions. they have a little string coming from them that allows you to pull out the mold when it's all said and done

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No idea about wax, but what did you use to keep the original casting material from going too far into your ear and getting stuck on the eardrum or something?

post #17 of 21
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No idea about wax, but what did you use to keep the original casting material from going too far into your ear and getting stuck on the eardrum or something?


My Impressions were done by an audiologist. I'm keeping the price low by using my impressions from my old IEM's. They still fit and seal well, so I'm not too worried about my ear canal changes.


Edited by tony-pro - 5/8/12 at 6:16pm
post #18 of 21
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I decided to make my wife some IEM's too, I'm doing "dual driver" for her. It's being accomplished with a single Knowles GQIMG_0027.JPG

post #19 of 21

Looking good! I'd be intrested to know how those GQ drivers sound.
 

post #20 of 21
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I decided to make my wife some IEM's too, I'm doing "dual driver" for her. It's being accomplished with a single Knowles GQIMG_0027.JPG

I've been considering the GQ drivers for myself. Any reviews/thoughts?

post #21 of 21

whatever happened to this project...

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