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I was wondering where i can get my Shure SE215 to get customized for cheap?

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I found a website that can do it for $160 in total. 

http://www.inearcentral.com/product/the-cheapest-cheap-custom-in-ear-monitors-single-driver-detachable-cable-149-99/

 

Also i have radians ear molds but im affraid its not good enough for ear impressions. How much do they cost for a audiologist for the molding?

 

I need them for my live performance for my metal band so i can hear myself when i sing and scream.

 

-sorry if this is sloppy i have to retype this 5 times.


Edited by zomcrow - 6/6/14 at 12:12pm
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I found a website that can do it for $160 in total. 

http://www.inearcentral.com/product/the-cheapest-cheap-custom-in-ear-monitors-single-driver-detachable-cable-149-99/

 

Also i have radians ear molds but im affraid its not good enough for ear impressions. How much do they cost for a audiologist for the molding?

 

I need them for my live performance for my metal band so i can hear myself when i sing and scream.

 

-sorry if this is sloppy i have to retype this 5 times.


RUN, don't walk from InEarCentral. There are a few threads here on Head-Fi that will give you many reasons not to have any transactions with them. They'll promise a 6-8 week turn-around time but some are waiting on their CIEMs 6 months later.

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http://www.inearz.com/

To have an audiologist make an ear impression for you it will cost around $20-$100 depending on where you live. Most places in my area don't charge more than $50 for both ears.

Edit: just realized this thread is over a month old. geoffsdad, stop bumping old threads.
Edited by bobby12 - 7/28/15 at 11:09am
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http://www.inearz.com/

To have an audiologist make an ear impression for you it will cost around $20-$100 depending on where you live. Most places in my area don't charge more than $50 for both ears.

Edit: just realized this thread is over a month old. geoffsdad, stop bumping old threads.


So passing on valuable information is verboten? Do you know that the original poster has already made a decision?

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So passing on valuable information is verboten? Do you know that the original poster has already made a decision?

Look at when he last logged on. You're just spamming at this point.
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