|ACS T1 Triple Driver IEM|
The world’s greatest soft silicone in-ear monitor just got even better..
Adding a touch of refinement
The same accommodating approach
Just like any ACS product, the new T1 is manufactured from soft medical grade silicone giving you a fit like no other earpiece. We use the softest material in the industry to give you unparalleled isolation in the most demanding environments with a consistent seal at all times and, because your earpiece can flex with your ear as you move or sing, your monitors stay comfortable without fatigue or irritation. In addition to comfort and isolation, using silicone allows us to seal the speakers into the mould and take control of their acoustic environment, this means we leave no room for the shape of your ear to affect how your monitors will sound or for your drivers to misbehave so they sound just as our technicians intended every single time.
So much thought into such a small object
ACS in-ear monitors are designed and produced according to some simple principles that we think help us to focus on what’s important rather than just chasing the pack. Our earpieces are flush and discreet in the ear, we don’t just throw more drivers into the mix in the hope that it will make the monitors sound better, particularly if that means delivering ear shattering volumes. We pay attention to every aspect of the T1, from the 3.5mm plug right to your eardrum to make sure it’s performing as it should and we don’t do as others do if we don’t believe it is right. Based on our proprietary cable design, the new T1 offers removable cables featuring one of the smallest and most resilient connections around.
Keeping the connector as small as possible means that we can keep the cable discreet and mounting the socket right in the silicon means your cables will stay put in performance but come loose if the cable is pulled from the ear minimising the risk of damage. Not only that but by simply moving the pins from the plug on the cable to the socket in your monitor we’ve minimised the chances of damage to the cable even when it’s not connected. With the pins in the socket sunk into your earpiece there is no chance of them coming to harm and with no pins at the cable end at all it’ll take a lot more than a size 13 Doc Marten to put you in need of a replacement.
All in the detail
It's the finishing touches that make every one of our hand-made monitors completely unique from a choice of cable colours to a selection of bespoke silicone finishes. Every monitor can be laser etched with lettering of your choice and is supplied in a customised rugged case to ensure your monitors are protected wherever you might travel.
All in the detail
It’s the finishing touches that make every one of our hand-made monitors completely unique from a choice of cable colours to a selection of bespoke silicone finishes. Every monitor can be laser etched with lettering or logo of your choice and is supplied in a customised rugged case to ensure your monitors are protected wherever you might travel.
In choosing ACS you’re choosing a refreshingly different approach to innovation. Our products have been designed and refined by everyone from our customers and sales people to our lab technicians and acoustic engineers so you can benefit from all of their combined experience. With a dedication to leading rather than following the field, ACS has set the bar for second generation silicone in-ear monitor design leaving others replicating our first generation breakthroughs.
PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT USE CABLES TO TUG AT THE MOULDS WHEN REMOVING THE MONITORS. THIS CAN LEAD TO DAMAGE TO THE MONITOR INTERNALS AND SPLITTING OF THE MOULDS.
*Please check pricing with your dealer when booking your appointment.
ACS T1™ In-Ear Monitor now available from Selfridges (Tel: 01295 266665) for more information.
Available in the follow silicone colours:
Includes T1 In-Ear Monitors, 3.5mm to 1/4" Step-Up Adaptor, Kevlar™ Cable, Laser Etching, Soft Carry Pouch, Personalised Hard Case, Care and Maintenance Leaflet, Cleaning Tool and Comfort Cream.
ACS T1 and T2 (including Live! Series) available in:
Extension cable (1.1 metres) - £15
ACS is pleased to announce the introduction of a new state of the art scanning technology that means ALL customers that order custom made hearing protection and in-ear monitoring products from ACS will have their ear shape on file at ACS for up to 4 years. The device will scan the impressions and save as a file on the database so customers can order new products or replacements instantly without the need to have new impressions taken. What's more, this service will not cost customers anything extra on top of the standard product charge, it is just a little something we want to do to make your experience with us even more enjoyable!
Please be aware that the scanning service began on May 1st 2010 so will only apply to customers that ordered thereafter.
ACS IEMS particularly the T1 ambient are perfect for reducing the volume of a live show whilst giving me an accurate, crisp, controlled, punchy mix from the monitor board. The silicon makes them more comfortable to wear over a long period of time as well as helping them to stay in my ears and keep the seal which protects my hearing.
Ricci Riccardi, Drummer & MD for Tulisa
For me ACS In-Ears have the best quality you can get. With these T1's you won't need anything else!
( At a sound check at Wembley Stadium, Friday 28th September. The biggest Gospel event in the country - Global day of Prayer music and singing )
In his Dork Talk column for the Guardian, Stephen Fry confesses that his T2s turn him to the 'happiest puddle of butterscotch Angel Delight in Britain'.
Or redeem a CUSTOM VOUCHER at your nearest impression taker using our postcode store locator >>
Please note - ACS products require good deep impressions in order to create a seal in the ear so it is important there is no wax block in the canal that will stop the audiologist from taking an impression. If you think you may have a wax build up, please visit your local GP for a consultation before booking an appointment with a dealer. You may be charged a fee if the audiologist is unable to take an impression.