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Who made them?  

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I went to local Audiologist. Commonwealth Hearing Centers, LLC.

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no good... I think you need another pair.

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Quite possibly the worse impressions I have ever seen.

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I'm glad I asked before sending them in. I guess I'll go somewhere else to get them done. 

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Here are mine for comparison.

 

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This is mine and the guy who did this is not even an audiologist. My K10 turns out fine and I hope the fit is good as well





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The place I went to was a small building that had several different companies within it. I went into this little room where she(the Audiologist) did the impressions. I wasn't too impressed by the place at all.

 

I'm scheduling a new appointment at a new location. A place that looks a bit better. " Virginia Professional Hearing Aid Center"

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These look nice! What wood is it?

Thanks.

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The place I went to was a small building that had several different companies within it. I went into this little room where she(the Audiologist) did the impressions. I wasn't too impressed by the place at all.

I'm scheduling a new appointment at a new location. A place that looks a bit better. " Virginia Professional Hearing Aid Center"
Hey, make sure they use the right kind of impression material. I got my first set done at a hearing aid facility, he did a perfect job, wrong mold material.
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Hey, make sure they use the right kind of impression material. I got my first set done at a hearing aid facility, he did a perfect job, wrong mold material.

The High Viscosity material, right? I showed the print out from the Noble website explaining exactly how to do them to the Audiologist before she started. 

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The High Viscosity material, right? I showed the print out from the Noble website explaining exactly how to do them to the Audiologist before she started. 
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Yup,there should be a ton of places around your area.
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The High Viscosity material, right? I showed the print out from the Noble website explaining exactly how to do them to the Audiologist before she started. 

 

I didn't take anything to mine, told her they were being done for headphones. She even re-did one ear cause she wasn't happy with it.

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The High Viscosity material, right? I showed the print out from the Noble website explaining exactly how to do them to the Audiologist before she started. 
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Yup,there should be a ton of places around your area.
Yup, sent u a PM, to possible places in your area
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@chiman
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