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Interested to see that Fender are branching out into customs in 2019 (3:20 - although I'm sure when you are asking people to drop some serious cash at premium prices, it's not a great marketing move to refer to them as "the crowd")... given the pricing of their universals, I suspect they will be aiming to have their name at the top alongside the likes of Westone, UE, 64, JH, Noble, Advanced Acousticwerks, Spiral, Empire, Jomo et al... Not sure how I feel with something with Fender on them in my ears - especially at the price they are. Not exactly their specialism is it?

 

 

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This may have been covered before.....

i keep my IEMs in an airtight box with some silica gel pouches to help keep the moisture down after using them (I also wipe them down after use) but is there a better way to store them ?

i found this whilst looking online :

http://minervahearing.co.uk/product/uv-drying-box-iems-dreve-otovita/

I’m sure there are others available but could do with some more info on their usefulness. 

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10 hours ago, intime-nick said:

This may have been covered before.....

i keep my IEMs in an airtight box with some silica gel pouches to help keep the moisture down after using them (I also wipe them down after use) but is there a better way to store them ?

i found this whilst looking online :

http://minervahearing.co.uk/product/uv-drying-box-iems-dreve-otovita/

I’m sure there are others available but could do with some more info on their usefulness. 

I think the silica gel route isn't such a bad one. I use a couple of punches in my IEMs case too and I also have a large pouch in my studio space that I just rest my IEMs on in between uses. No idea if it helps, but it makes for a nice little cushion for them to sit on ha ha ha!!! 

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Silica gel is a good way of ensuring your IEMs keep relatively dry. For normal use, silica gel does the job well. Just remember to recharge the silica gel every now and again in the microwave or stick the pouch on the radiator.

I also have an ACS Revivo that I put my IEMs every now and again or after a particularly sweaty gig.

https://www.acscustom.com/uk/products/accessories

looks to be the same sort of deal as the Minerva thing - just a bit cheaper.

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