Formlabs, a 3D printing company, today announced a partnership with Sennheiser's Ambeo division to create a way for those of us at home to order earbuds that come from the factory with custom, 3D-printed eartips that match the shape and contours of our ears. Custom eartips that don't require a trip to the audiologist , or a highly specialized, one-off fitting system like the Sonomax Eers , could be a very big deal, especially if it doesn't add a lot of cost to the price of a set of earbuds. That's because how an earbud fits you affects not just its comfort, but also its sound quality. It's why most earbuds come with several sizes of silicone eartips in the box. If an eartip is too small or too large, it won't provide a full seal with your ear canal. Getting a good seal is critical. If you've ever read an Amazon review that claims a certain set of earbuds have horrible bass, the odds are good that person did not try the different eartip sizes and probably just stuck with ones that came installed on the earbuds from the factory. A good seal will also keep outside sounds from… Read full this story
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