CanJam at RMAF 2012: 1964 Ears Custom IEMs and Remolding Service
1964 Ears Custom IEMs and Remolding Service
Believe it or not, you can buy someone else's custom IEMs and have them rebuilt into your own custom mold. Almost as surprisingly, you can take a standard universal fit IEM--like the Shure SE535 or UE Triple-Fi 10--and have their innards installed into your own custom ear pieces. 1964 Ears is one of the companies that provides this service. Cost is about $200 (not including the ear impressions you must have from an audiologist, which typically run about $60).
A full line of brand new custom IEMs are also available from 1964 Ears ranging in price from $325 to $650. I listened to their lowest cost product and thought it sounded pretty darn good for a $325 in-ear. Add the fact that it's custom fit, and you've got a real bargain.