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post #256 of 597
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There are other options I believe than FitEar. I am not saying anything bad against FitEar's quality, I adore their craftsmanship but when it is not possible to get it or almost impossible to get it, maybe you can look for alternatives.

 

As a European, I gave up on FitEar ciems until they decide to go international (which I doubt).

 

You can look for alternatives. I don't want to name any brand but depending on your sound preferences, you can get your perfect ciem much easier and probably cheaper.

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post #257 of 597
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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post
 


There are other options I believe than FitEar. I am not saying anything bad against FitEar's quality, I adore their craftsmanship but when it is not possible to get it or almost impossible to get it, maybe you can look for alternatives.

 

As a European, I gave up on FitEar ciems until they decide to go international (which I doubt).

 

You can look for alternatives. I don't want to name any brand but depending on your sound preferences, you can get your perfect ciem much easier and probably cheaper.

Still trying to find that alternative... Hopefully I'll be able to find it soon. 

post #258 of 597
You can give your audiologist the Fitear instructions.
post #259 of 597
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Still trying to find that alternative... Hopefully I'll be able to find it soon. 

Hidition? I heard that they have amazing technical capability. And they are bit more supportive when it comes to international orders. I visit their hq in Korea, but sadly, don't remember how they sound. All I know is that it was more exciting then UERM.

post #260 of 597
What about Kaiser 10, any feedback from owner?
post #261 of 597
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Hidition? I heard that they have amazing technical capability. And they are bit more supportive when it comes to international orders. I visit their hq in Korea, but sadly, don't remember how they sound. All I know is that it was more exciting then UERM.


Indeed, the nt6 pro's are amazing :p 

post #262 of 597
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Indeed, the nt6 pro's are amazing tongue.gif  
As are the NT6...well they do not have the Fitear build, but they sound WAY more neutral than both 335 and tg334
post #263 of 597
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You can give your audiologist the Fitear instructions.

Where can i find Fitear instructions?

Yea, build quality is important as well, i think FitEar is the only one that i can use more roughly, just because how robust the connector is. (Cough cough roxanne)
post #264 of 597
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Where can i find Fitear instructions?

Yea, build quality is important as well, i think FitEar is the only one that i can use more roughly, just because how robust the connector is. (Cough cough roxanne)


EarSonics is also very durable apparently. They also fill their shells with acrylic like FitEar. Their connectors are recessed, though not the FitEar connectors, rather your default 2 pin industry standard connector.

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Can you crack an acrylic filled CIEM?

post #266 of 597
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Can you crack an acrylic filled CIEM?

With enough force yes you can.
post #267 of 597
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With enough force yes you can.

Would it survive a drop from table height onto wood?

post #268 of 597
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Would it survive a drop from table height onto wood?

Of course I've had mine drop from car to concrete.
Edited by EpicAnthony - 3/4/14 at 12:48am
post #269 of 597
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

Where can i find Fitear instructions?

Yea, build quality is important as well, i think FitEar is the only one that i can use more roughly, just because how robust the connector is. (Cough cough roxanne)
pm me I might have something
post #270 of 597
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Can you crack an acrylic filled CIEM?

Mine cracked, so yes.

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