Review: InEarCentral.com IEMs
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May 15, 2014  hits 74,036

Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.
Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.

I had long known about custom IEMs (that stands for 'In Ear Monitor'), and that custom IEMs were supposed to be much more comfortable, and also deliver even better sound than standard earphones were capable of. The problem, of course, is cost. Typically, the cheapest IEMs cost about $700 for a pair. Enter inearcustom.com, which offers the perfect solution. The website inearcustom.com promised to make ANY pair of earphones into a custom IEM for just over a hundred bucks. That's a LOT cheaper than anything else on the market, and I couldn't resist giving it a try. Read the full review for my experience.


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  • Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.
  • Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.
  • Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.
  • Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.
  • I had the RIGHT ear's monitor made in translucent orange, to make it easier to tell apart from the left.
  • I had the LEFT ear's monitor made in translucent clear, to make it easier to tell apart from the right.
  • I had the LEFT ear's monitor made in translucent clear, to make it easier to tell apart from the right.
  • Here are my custom InEarCentral IEMs, made from a pair of Shure SE210 monitors that were completely disassembled, gutted, then re-installed into custom molded shells of my own ears! They sound absolutely amazing. The tops feature carbon fiber 3k weave, with orange flecks, to perfectly match TriRig's theme colors. This is a standard option available to ordinary consumers, and looks incredible.
  • InEarCentral's custom IEMs mold perfectly to your own ear, offer custom colors and finishes (like my orange/carbon fiber monitors shown here). They also provide superior isolation, comfort, and sound quality. I found ALL of those things to be true in my own experience. They are simply amazing.
  • I have my InEarCentral custom IEMs equipped with an iPhone cable, to control volume, music track control, and call answering. With that capability, I can keep them in all day long. They're so comfortable, I don't ever have to take them out, unless my wife or baby need attention!
  • I have my InEarCentral custom IEMs equipped with an iPhone cable, to control volume, music track control, and call answering. With that capability, I can keep them in all day long. They're so comfortable, I don't ever have to take them out, unless my wife or baby need attention!
  • I have my InEarCentral custom IEMs equipped with an iPhone cable, to control volume, music track control, and call answering. With that capability, I can keep them in all day long. They're so comfortable, I don't ever have to take them out, unless my wife or baby need attention!
  • InEarCentral's custom IEMs mold perfectly to your own ear, offer custom colors and finishes (like my orange/carbon fiber monitors shown here). They also provide superior isolation, comfort, and sound quality. I found ALL of those things to be true in my own experience. They are simply amazing.
  • InEarCentral's custom IEMs mold perfectly to your own ear, offer custom colors and finishes (like my orange/carbon fiber monitors shown here). They also provide superior isolation, comfort, and sound quality. I found ALL of those things to be true in my own experience. They are simply amazing.
  • Here is how these IEMs began, as Shure SE210's. I have a second set of IEMs from InEarCentral.com which were made from Shure SE530's, the highest-end monitors from Shure. These 210's are about $300 cheaper, and the sound is slightly less-refined, but the overall comfort, isolation, and beauty of the product is absolutely the same for both pairs. I highly recommend ANY pair of custom monitors from InEarCentral.com - they are simply sublime.
  • My original pair of InEarCentral IEM's, made with Shure SE530 monitors. These sound INCREDIBLE, but cost about $300 more than the SE210 version.
  • My original pair of InEarCentral IEM's, made with Shure SE530 monitors. These sound INCREDIBLE, but cost about $300 more than the SE210 version.
  • My original pair of InEarCentral IEM's, made with Shure SE530 monitors. These sound INCREDIBLE, but cost about $300 more than the SE210 version.
  • My original pair of InEarCentral IEM's, made with Shure SE530 monitors. These sound INCREDIBLE, but cost about $300 more than the SE210 version.

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