Good ear impressions are essential to creating CIEMs with a good fit. A good impression will lead to a comfortable, secure fit that feels natural in your ear and provides a great seal.
We stress on our How To Order page that we require full ear impressions. This means the impression encompasses not only the ear canal, but parts of the ‘inner shell’ of the ear. These are the parts that can sometimes be missed by audiologists, which is why we ask that you inform them that your impressions will be used for in-ear monitors.
We have included here details on reasons why it is so important for ear impressions and have outlined the key parts of impressions required.
In addition to the outer ear impression it is also as important to have a good canal impression. The impression should be past the second bend and foam stops are preferred.
The three images below show a typical type of impression being taken.
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