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Re: [St] Ear plugs, noise reduction and music
- Subject: Re: [St] Ear plugs, noise reduction and music
- From: Gavin Lawrie <gavin.lawrie@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 10:30:29 +0100
On 27 Jun 2008, at 09:28, iPat wrote:
where or how did you get them 'fitted'?
You need to get a cast made of your ear. Quite straightforward -
someone pours some quick-setting foam into your ear and then pulls it
out. Takes a few minutes. I went to a local hearing aid clinic and
they did it on the spot. I think HSL in the UK will do the casts too
if you turn up at their offices.
Once you have the ear-casts, you send them to HSL who make up the
headphones and send them back. Originally I was going to do the mail-
order thing, but it turned out the clinic knew all about HSL and was
an agent for them, so I got the whole thing through the local clinic.
I'm not sure what happens in other markets - but I'd imagine either
there are local distributors elsewhere, or you could do mail-order
I've had them about four years now. A couple of years ago one of the
leads came loose inside one of the earplugs. HSL fixed them up under
warranty (two years) with no fuss at all.
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