Getting Your IEM
Begin your audio adventure.
JHAudio Pro Series in-ear monitors are ONLY available through JH Audio. The path to aural enlightenment can be achieved easily enough, however, by following these simple steps:
CHOOSE YOUR DESTINY
Select your IEM (don't forget to add that bad-ass picture of a unicorn to your faceplate).
PLACE YOUR ORDER
You can order from our product page or you can call us at: (866) 485-9111 (No drunk dials, please: we've been hurt before).
GET YOUR EARMOLDS
See below for details
SEND YOUR EARMOLDS + ORDER CONFIRMATION (WE'LL EMAIL YOU) TO:
JH Audio / ATTN: Lab
2517 East Semoran Blvd.
Apopka, FL 32703
SWEET, SWEET ANTICIPATION
On average, it takes 30 business days for us to build your headset. So sit back, let the excitement build — and keep an eye on that mailbox. Skip work if you have to.
- PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING HIGH ORDER VOLUMES AT THIS TIME AND TURNAROUND TIME HAS INCREASED TO 32-35 BUSINESS DAYS.
GETTING CUSTOM EARMOLDS
Since each JH Audio custom IEM is handmade to perfectly fit your ears, you'll need to schedule an appointment with an audiologist to create an impression of each of your ears. It's a quick and painless procedure. Depending on where you live, the cost for a pair of ear impressions varies from $50 to $150.
FIND AN AUDIOLOGIST
Our list of preferred audiologists is a good place to start. You can also click here to use the Sonus network and find more audiologists near you. Look! There's one behind you right now! Ok, not really.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
When making an appointment with an audiologist, make sure they are familiar with the process of making "a full shell impression, including the crus of helix, tragus and anti-tragus." It doesn't have to make any sense to you; just make sure it does to them.
GIVE `EM TIPS
We've created a sheet of tips to bring along to your appointment. Unless you're using Ed's Discount House of Ears, your audiologist will probably know what he's doing, but it's still in your best interest to bring it along: DOWNLOAD TIPSHEET (PDF) Here's a peek at what they should look like when completed!