Ear Impressions & Audiologist Information
Do I Get My Ear Impressions Made?
Find a 64 Audio recommended audiologist using our Map of Recommended Audiologists. If you are unable to locate a recommended office in your area, try using your local search directories to find one.
Step 1: Schedule an appointment with the audiologist. Tell them you want to have your impressions made for Custom In-Ear Monitors.
Step 2: Print off the Audiologist Impression Guide and bring it with you to your audiologist appointment. Give this to the audiologist at your appointment for clear instructions.
What do I do with my impressions?
Step 1: Email photos of your impressions to firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure impressions were done correctly. Pictures should be from multiple angles and in-focus to show detail of the outer ear and canal.
Step 2: Once you've received an email response confirming that your impressions are usable, mail your ear impressions to the 64 Audio lab with a completed Impressions Packing Slip to the address below. Be sure to get a tracking number with your preferred method of shipping. If you chose Rush Order at checkout, you must write "RUSH" on all sides of the shipping box to ensure expedited processing.
2811 E Evergreen Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661 USA
Things to Note: All audiologist service fees are paid directly to the audiologist and cannot be billed to 64 Audio. Any courier service used to ship impressions to 64 Audio is acceptable (USPS, FedEX, UPS, DHL, etc.). However, we highly recommend using a shipping method that includes a tracking number. Please allow up to 1 business day for processing after your ear impressions arrive at the 64 Audio lab. Once they have been processed, our lab will contact you and confirm receipt of your ear impressions. International customers are responsible for all import taxes and/or customs charges.
Who is an Audiologist?
An audiologist is a professional who diagnoses and treats hearing and balance problems. An audiologist has received an Au.D. (Doctorate in Audiology), or a Master's or Doctoral degree from an accredited university graduate program in audiology. They also happen to be trained to take deep ear impressions. This kind of "deep" impression is required by 64 Audio in order to build your custom set of in-ear monitors (refer to Audiologist Impression Guide). All service fees are paid directly to the audiologist and cannot be billed to 64 Audio.
Who is a recommended Audiologist?
Over the years we have put together a list of recommended audiologists that have met our requirements in the past. Please Note: 64 Audio cannot make guarantees that our recommended audiologist will make perfect impressions every time. They are simply our recommendation and their operations are out of our control.
Need a little help getting started?
Check out our How To Order page for easy step-by-step instructions on how to order custom in-ear monitors.