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post #181 of 484

Interesting , but are there the only choices listed on their website ?

post #182 of 484
Rob will re-shell just about any IEM. If it isn't listed on the website, just send him an email.
post #183 of 484
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Originally Posted by leehopper View Post

Rob will re-shell just about any IEM. If it isn't listed on the website, just send him an email.
Cool , shall hunt for a used-CIEM(due to budget) and send it for reshells to inears . Thanks for the info anyw .
post #184 of 484
Or you can buy those xba3 from BB for under $80 and have them customized it for you
post #185 of 484

I just received my Reshelled Future Sonics FS1 from Rob for the second time. I waited about 3 months because initially I had issues with the sounds so I sent them back, it was worth the wait.  Rob gave me free pair of Shure SE215 and added an addition dynamic driver to them. I am very happy with their service. Regarding the sound, I found my Future Sonics FS1 to be bassier as the bass would shake my head so had to turn off the equalizer. I found the mids and the highs stay the same. I am assuming the bass was increase due to the placement of the drivers and that Rob added a tiny vent hole in each iem. I will be uploading some pictures later  

post #186 of 484
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Originally Posted by gav007 View Post

I just received my Reshelled Future Sonics FS1 from Rob for the second time. I waited about 3 months because initially I had issues with the sounds so I sent them back, it was worth the wait.  Rob gave me free pair of Shure SE215 and added an addition dynamic driver to them. I am very happy with their service. Regarding the sound, I found my Future Sonics FS1 to be bassier as the bass would shake my head so had to turn off the equalizer. I found the mids and the highs stay the same. I am assuming the bass was increase due to the placement of the drivers and that Rob added a tiny vent hole in each iem. I will be uploading some pictures later  
A free pair of 215's ?? Wow that's amazing , but why ?
post #187 of 484

I think he wants to provide the best service possible. Mind you, I had issues with the sound of my FS1 the first time and the wait was long to begin with, but don't ask me why he made the SE215 dual drivers.


Edited by gav007 - 7/24/13 at 10:53pm
post #188 of 484

Very nice! thanks for posting the pics. How is the fit on these?

post #189 of 484
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Very nice! thanks for posting the pics. How is the fit on these?

 

My FS1s fits perfectly and they isolate really well. When I have music playing I cannot hear any outside noise. The SE215s are bigger than my FS1s because they have two drivers inside, I have to adjust them a little to get a good fit. Once they fit, they stay in and isolate just like my FS1s. I can tell you they are comfortable as I wore them for hours when I got them.

post #190 of 484

Awesome! Thanks for the response. Just messaged Rob for an update on mine, but thinking that he should be working on them either this week or next. Has anyone tried sleeping with customs? Wondering if it would be confortable or not

post #191 of 484
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Awesome! Thanks for the response. Just messaged Rob for an update on mine, but thinking that he should be working on them either this week or next. Has anyone tried sleeping with customs? Wondering if it would be confortable or not


It depends if things irritate you easily. If you have a perfect fit, you sometimes forget that they're even on. I've slept with my customs on before, no problems.

post #192 of 484

@gav007 - those look excellent. Rob has really upped his game. Much less bubbles from the pics that I remember.

 

 

 

Its been thirty 3 days since Rob received my IEMs. I expect to hear from them soon that its been shipped or something close. 

post #193 of 484

How about reshelling of the GR07? Or Rock-it R50? Anyone tried it yet?

post #194 of 484
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How about reshelling of the GR07? Or Rock-it R50? Anyone tried it yet?

 

I have sent my Rockit R-50 for reshell. 

 

Eitherway I do not know about the GR-07 since its build is already good enough! .. but the R-50 is an IEM made to be reshelled one time or another due to its very poor build quality! so definitely a good idea! ..

 

All the best! 

post #195 of 484

Ayaflo, have you heard from Rob recently? I dropped them a message a few days ago just checking up on the status of my IEMs but didnt get a reply

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