Our second educational series installment
We revisit one of the most important steps in the process of getting custom in-ear monitors, the impression or molding process.
We continue to choose to leave this step of the process in the hands of our customers for a number of reasons.
Although there have been innovations in scanning and at-home kits over the past decade, we feel like they do not meet the accuracy standard that has made our patented 3D fit process so effective.
We believe that building a trusting relationship with an audiologist is an essential part of being a musician, engineer, or enthusiast.
We don’t leave it there, however
Short of providing a list of recommended audiologists (which we have done in the past) we try to fill as many gaps as possible to make the whole experience seamless.
Our impressions guide is the first step, where we outline everything that you and your audiologist will need to know about our impression requirements.
This video below is an extension of that guide, showing the whole process from start to finish, with a few tips along the way.
Demystifying the experience with custom IEM impressions
We hope this video serves as a tool to educate everyone from musicians to audiologists on the importance of a perfect IEM impressions.
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