15 comments

  1. Jonathan Banks · August 18, 2010

    Hi just wondering do you sell to the UK? or have any agents in the UK?
    regards

  2. Jeff · August 18, 2011

    Hi, I live in Canada and I am interested in the SA43 Custom IEMs. I was just wondering if you guys shipped there and how the payment process works. Thanks!

    • inearen · August 22, 2011

      Hi, yes we ship worldwide. Shipments go through Bring Logistics with their service “CarryOn HomeShopping”
      and for payments we send a PayPal invoice that can be paid with either a PayPal account or a credit/debit card.
      Bank Transfer can also be arranged if customer prefers.

  3. Martin · November 1, 2011

    Ear impressions, how are they best preformed..

    Mouth wide open, bite on a stick or pen, keep your mouth shut?

    Im a owner of a pair of SA-43 and my right ear is hurting internally before the custom is aligned in the ear – Left ear fit is fine and no pain whatsover, even when forcing more pressure on the custom, Right hurts the more i try to force it to fit correctly..

    My impression were made by a local hearing aid company, they used phonak compound and i used the shut up mouth method, and keeping a gentle bite too..

    /Martin

    • inearen · November 2, 2011

      Hi,
      We normally recommend using a bite block, or bite over two fingers. These methods helps to improve the seal as it tightens the fit when you close your mouth.
      What you describe could happen because you might have a canal that’s narrow at the start and significantly wider further inside the ear. Then you have to force the thick part through a narrow part of the ear canal. This would usually be best corrected by sanding/reshaping to lessen the extremes. A new or better impression will probably show even more pronounced features, possibly making this kind of problem even bigger. A new impression is best when the fit is loose or you have problems with leak. You could ask your local audiologist if they can look at the earmould and might suggest where the problem is – and add marks on the mould or on the impression so that we know where to make any adjustments.

      • Martin · November 2, 2011

        I already have an appointment at the local hearing-aid company tomorrow, and i would explain them what problem i have, and its a sanding issue as u speak of most likely.

        The right custom has a bigger bump near the soundtubes then the left, and it rubs on the lower part in my inner ear, its very close to be where it should be – but its the last 5mm that gets the pain going and tho more pressure i put in the more pain, and then i get a imbalance as the custom dont settle in and i cant hear any initial leaks and the isolation seems to be as it should..

        I’ll leave a reply later on as i get used to them again after a easy sanding fix hopefully..

  4. Matt · November 14, 2011

    Hi,

    A few questions, if I may:

    Will there be a new flagship/high end custom coming up within the next 6 months?

    What is the shipping cost to Canada?

    Warranty?

    Do you have any other colour options? Can I do each side differently?

    Thanks.

    • inearen · November 14, 2011

      Hi,
      No there are no new flagship custom in the nearest future.
      We have two years warranty on IEM’s. 1 month warranty on fit.

  5. Greg · December 31, 2011

    What payment options are accepted? Do you take paypal as payment?

    • inearen · January 2, 2012

      Hi, yes we can use Paypal invoicing.

  6. adrian · February 19, 2012

    Hi!

    I would like to know whether I have to pay the price excl. or incl. VAT. I’m from Slovakia.

    Thank you in advance for your answer.

    • inearen · February 20, 2012

      Hi, Prices are as shown, excl. VAT for all international customers. Any TAX/VAT will be added as import fee to customs in your country.

  7. Kevin Cody-Little · May 5, 2015

    Your order form for the hands-free kit seems to be a broken link. Could you please fix it?

    • inear · May 5, 2015

      Hi, thanks for the tip! Link is now fixed 🙂

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