Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 Right Earphone Shell Cracked
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My right earphone shell cracked and is currently being held together by cheap tape. I'm not going to risk hot-glueing the shell so I'm thinking about either buying a new set or trying to reshell it.

Out of personal recommendation would it be better to buy a new pair of earphones despite only my right earphone shell is broken.

Or should I try to get them reshelled? If so, what would be the best place/website to get this done? I live in California, United States for reference.

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- Tony 
 
 
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  My right earphone shell cracked and is currently being held together by cheap tape. I'm not going to risk hot-glueing the shell so I'm thinking about either buying a new set or trying to reshell it.

Out of personal recommendation would it be better to buy a new pair of earphones despite only my right earphone shell is broken.

Or should I try to get them reshelled? If so, what would be the best place/website to get this done? I live in California, United States for reference.

Thank you!

- Tony 
 
It only costs $95 for the reshell (there are a couple of additions you could go for - recessed sockets and/or a new cable) that could raise the cost - but for less than a hundred bucks, you can't go wrong. If you liked your TF10's, you should enjoy a reshelled version. The kids get pushed out a bit and the bass stays solid...
 
I used Inearz in Florida - they do great work.
 

 
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