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Sensaphonics has announced the opening of its Custom Shop, headed by sound engineering consultant Thom “Sound Guy” Fiegle.

The Sensaphonics Custom Shop offers modifications to the 3D Active Ambient IEM System, the custom in-ear system with embedded microphones designed to allow musicians to hear – and control the level of – the sounds around them with both earphones in place.

The new Custom Shop mods, hand-wired on the 3D mixer-amplifier’s circuit board, are designed to extend this functionality further. Available options include a Record Output, the 3D-RO, and a special modification for users with unilateral hearing loss, the 3D-CROS.

The Record Out option provides a stereo mini-jack output being added to the circuit board, allowing users to record the binaural audio picked up by the system’s embedded ambient earphone microphones. A Return input is also provided to monitor the recording process. Using an outboard recording device, the 3D user can then record the audio experience they are hearing for later enjoyment.

The second option offered by Sensaphonics Custom Shop is the 3D-CROS, which brings the 3D ambient listening option to users with unilateral hearing loss. “CROS” is an audiology acronym that stands for “Contra-lateral Routing Of Signal, ” a technique used for patients who are deaf in one ear. In the 3D-CROS, the ambient audio picked up by the two embedded earphone mics is all routed to the good ear, providing the full ambient listening experience.

For full information and pricing on Sensaphonics 3D Custom Shop modifications, visit www.sensaphonics.com/prod_3d_customshop.html.
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