The new Fender Pro Series In-Ear Monitors offer superior sound, whether you’re performing live, recording in the studio, or just listening to music.
But to ensure that Fender IEMs are reaching their full capabilities, it’s imperative that you get the right fit.
Relax … it’s not that difficult.
The most important factor is choosing the right tip when putting on the IEMs.
With four different sizes of tips – small, medium, medium+ and large – you’ll very likely be able to find one that perfectly suits you (and don’t fret if you need a different size for each ear!).
Once you’ve selected your tips, squeeze it gently to create a slight oval shape and push it down over the casing. Now, it’s time to attach the MMCX cables.
Each cable has a red or blue dot to signify whether it’s for the right or left side. Match those up with the corresponding IEM, snap them into the monitor and hook the cable over each ear. The integrated wire allows you to perfectly shape it over the top of your ear.
As you insert the monitors in your ears, use your free hand to pull down on your lobes to open the ear canal and twist the IEMs towards the back of your ear to lock them in place. The patent-pending tips will actually expand in your ear as they respond to naturally occurring body heat, ensuring a secure seal.
What’s more, the 3D-printed housings (on all FX models) seamlessly align the drivers in the ear for optimal execution.
A little bit of attention to detail will go a long way when it comes to fitting Fender Pro Series In-Ear Monitors. Luckily, it’s a snap, and you’ll be rewarded with an unparalleled aural experience.
Check out a tutorial below and click here for more on Fender IEMs.