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For Sale: Heir Audio 8.A [UK][EU]

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For Sale:
Heir Audio 8.A [UK][EU]

Will Ship To: UK, EU, pickup

Hi guys, i have spent over £1000 on this CIEM but I decided that CIEM is just not for me. I don't like the feeling of it in my ears, Therefore, i have stuck with trusty universals with foam tips. 

 

This CIEM is just 2 months old 6 months old, and is basically brand new! Asking price includes paypal fees and special delivery in the UK. 

 

 

p.s. the Toxic Cable Virus in the picture is not included.


Edited by angelsblood - 2/21/14 at 3:06pm
post #2 of 15

Would you be interested in selling the Toxic Virus seperately...if so could you PM me a Price?

post #3 of 15

Why don't you do a re-fit?

post #4 of 15
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the fit is actually ok, i think its my sensitive ear drums. I use foam tips with iem's with no problem, but with ciem my ear drums goes funny!

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Originally Posted by angelsblood View Post
 

the fit is actually ok, i think its my sensitive ear drums. I use foam tips with iem's with no problem, but with ciem my ear drums goes funny!

That doesn't make sense. You're probably listening to it at a really high volume? 

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Well, sorry if it doesn't make sense to you, but that's the way i experience it. Actually, even with those silicone tips of the iem i feel discomfort with my ear drums when i put them on. Only the foam tips i find comfortable. And no, not high volume, i would say i listen at a moderate level.

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Well, sorry if it doesn't make sense to you, but that's the way i experience it. Actually, even with those silicone tips of the iem i feel discomfort with my ear drums when i put them on. Only the foam tips i find comfortable. And no, not high volume, i would say i listen at a moderate level.

Is there something wrong with the ciem to cause this? Everything you said here goes against what a custom monitor should do (which is maximize comfort and listening experience for the owner). Totally bewildered here. Thanks for the clarification though (even though it confused me even more).  :beerchug:

post #8 of 15
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big price drop!

post #9 of 15
These retail for $1299 USD.
$700 GBP is $1160 USD.
Might as well buy new and get a warranty.
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Originally Posted by wickson View Post

These retail for $1299 USD.
$700 GBP is $1160 USD.
Might as well buy new and get a warranty.

 

hmmm point taken, i guess i was too carried away with how much i spent on them with customizations. will alter price.

post #11 of 15

Have you spoken to Heir about your issues? maybe they can shorten the stem so they don't go in as far? They look quite long. Could be an option...

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Originally Posted by Nuwidol View Post
 

Have you spoken to Heir about your issues? maybe they can shorten the stem so they don't go in as far? They look quite long. Could be an option...

 

I actually took this off sale, and gave it one last chance and sent it to Heir for new refit. I just don't like the feel in my ears, it makes my eardrums go funny. I have bought another IEM with foam tips and will never look back.

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Big price drop!

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Originally Posted by angelsblood View Post
 

 

I actually took this off sale, and gave it one last chance and sent it to Heir for new refit. I just don't like the feel in my ears, it makes my eardrums go funny. I have bought another IEM with foam tips and will never look back.

Could you update on the results? How did the refit go?

post #15 of 15
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Final price drop! Must go price drop!


Edited by angelsblood - 5/11/14 at 5:31pm
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