LOS ANGELES -- If you are thinking of upgrading to a better set of earphones, you might want to consider getting a pair from Sleek. These are custom made specifically for your ears alone. The company has a history of fitting hearing aids and a reputation for producing extremely good-quality earphones. Gadget Grrl says, listening to music with these sounds like it's right in the middle of your head. Next, is there anyone who couldn't use some additional cell-phone coverage, especially while on the road? There are so many hotels in high rises that have dead zones that you might want to consider carrying one of these lightweight zPocket Cell Zone Extenders. With this gadget, you can enhance your cell-phone signal and extend the power of your battery. More about zBoost's zPocket later. Now let's look at the earphones.
If you wanted to get a pair of custom earphones, you would have to start by getting a mold made. This is something you would need to have done by an Audiologist, because this is a specialized procedure and one that you wouldn't want to trust to the kid down at the local electronics store. The process begins by inspecting your ear, to make sure there are no obstructions. Then a string with a stopper like end on it is put into the ear, followed by injecting silicone into and around the outside opening of the ear. The silicone is allowed to dry (takes about 5-10 minutes) and then this mold is carefully removed from your ear. This mold is then sent to the Sleek Audio company where they put the final touches into your unique pair of earphones.