Can't find a single company that still does CIEM reshelling
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I've been checking google and countless old threads for companies but inearz or unique melody and a few othes I found all seem to have discontinued the reshelling of custom iems to different custom or universal.

In my case it's the JH audio 13v2 and JH won't do it.

For universal to customs on the other hand there are many options and I did find a few companies that do it for their own custom models but none for JH Audio IEMs...

Does anyone know a company that still offers this service in 2019?

Thanks a lot
Chris
 
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Null Audio seems like they will do it.
 
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Perfect seal are in the us and do it :-

"3rd party re-shells start out at $250 ($350 for 4 pin units) per the set. Re-shells of Perfect Seal models start out at $175."
 
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Are there any others apart from Null? They're kinda pricey for the service.
 
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Anytime.
you won’t see it, use the contact form.
its €200.
 
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