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post #1621 of 5221

Well personally i think that a clear canal is a good choice.

At least for cleaning purposes

post #1622 of 5221

I just bought an Otterbox 1000 in advance rolleyes.gif

Edit: Site is back out :O


Edited by Ultrainferno - 3/12/13 at 6:59am
post #1623 of 5221

Did you all notice the TF10 reshell option in the pics on the main page, too? cool.gif

post #1624 of 5221
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Originally Posted by phlashbios View Post

 

If you choose clear canals, then as you surmise, it is a clear and transparent acrylic. Otherwise, the canal will be the same colour as the shell, as standard.

 

Ok, thanks!

post #1625 of 5221
Lol. wouldn't it be very hard to guess just how much resistance the dynamic needs? This way you can end up with a huge load of bass or an unhearable dynamic? 
post #1626 of 5221
Hmm, No DD1 to be seen and no DIY kit anymore, I'm going to wait until the dust settles a bit before I jump the gun
post #1627 of 5221

Kinda disappointed that they won't offer the DIY impression kit anymore. It's kind of making me rethink it cause it's hard for me to get an impression done by an audiologist since most here would only do it if you order from them through Westone or some other big company and the last one I went to sucks and they just raised it to $160 for both ears! Hopefully they put the DIY kit back. :(


Edited by infam0ussteven - 3/12/13 at 11:01am
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Kinda disappointed that they won't offer the DIY impression kit anymore. It's kind of making me rethink it cause it's hard for me to get an impression done by an audiologist since most here would only do it if you order from them through Westone or some other big company and the last one I went to sucks and they just raised it to $160 for both ears! Hopefully they put the DIY kit back. :(

 

I had impressions taken 3 times already, I didn't have to pay any of those even when not ordering trough them.

post #1629 of 5221
Thread Starter 
Plenty of other sources for DIY kits. Google it.
post #1630 of 5221
Update on the site to say that the pure will return around the summer time (no exact date yet), renamed as DD1. The reason for the delay is they are designing it and the ma range to have removeable cables.

Cheers
post #1631 of 5221
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Originally Posted by davidcotton View Post

Update on the site to say that the pure will return around the summer time (no exact date yet), renamed as DD1. The reason for the delay is they are designing it and the ma range to have removeable cables.

Cheers

perfect timing..

post #1632 of 5221
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Plenty of other sources for DIY kits. Google it.

I've looked around, but I remember reading something about how some of these DIY kits might use materials not safe for ears. If you have any that you've used in the past and can recommend, would you mind sending me a PM? Thank you.

post #1633 of 5221
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Originally Posted by infam0ussteven View Post

I've looked around, but I remember reading something about how some of these DIY kits might use materials not safe for ears. If you have any that you've used in the past and can recommend, would you mind sending me a PM? Thank you.

http://www.westone.com/store/index.php/professional-supplies/impression-materials/silicone-singles-1756.html   10 packs come in that single package...  each pack can do a pair of large molds

 also these to protect yoor inner ear,,,  http://www.westone.com/store/index.php/cotton-ear-dams-size-4-mini-1838.html


Edited by jaejw1 - 3/12/13 at 8:28pm
post #1634 of 5221

wow did they just double their number of products? certainly feels like it

post #1635 of 5221

http://www.cosmicears.com/pre-fit-service/

 

Phil is offering this to me, as my impressions were not perfect. It is a brilliant service so you can get a perfect fit before investing fully. I think more companies should offer this, as it is a lot easier than a full reshell.

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