|Custom Earphone Sleeves|
Experience your music on an entirely new level with tailor-made
Custom sleeves can be manufactured for a range of in-ear headphones improving both the fit and the sound. Particularly with earphones using balanced armature transducers, isolation and an airtight seal with your ear are essential to getting the best results. Using custom sleeves will make your favourite earphones sound even better, breathing new life into your listening experience.
Custom-made earphones sleeves are available for a variety of in-ear headphones for a number of manufacturers. Please call us to check compatibility with your earphones before ordering.
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PLEASE NOTE : Custom sleeves are not available in swirl colour options. Headphones are not included with this product
*Please check pricing with your dealer when booking your appointment
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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 T2 custom in-ear monitors and the custom-fit sleeves for Etymotic ER-6i featured in the Financial Times 'How to spend it' section in March 2008.
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.