Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Something serious arrived - ACS customs
We have stumbled across a custom in ear monitor and was SHOCKED by it's SQ produced by its demo set.
And we both did our first custom in ear T1 too.
It is a soft type custom, which even your friends and families does not completely fit into the earphones, it will stay there without falling off, and what is more... the comfort and sound quality really blew us off.
More information could be found on the webpage of ACS: http://www.acscustom.com/my
Who wants to join our boat?
Time for some photos that what our custom will looked like:
Why choose ACS?
Because it's not just what we do, it's the way we do it.
All ACS products are made using medical-grade silicone. It's not the easiest material in the world to work with and sometimes this means going that extra mile to get the finished product just right but nobody ever built anything great easily. We believe that using silicone gives you the best fit, the highest level of comfort and, most importantly, the best sound and it's not just us that think so. Our ER-Series of musicians hearing protectors have been independantly tested to conform to European standards for noise exposure and these results show our ER protectors to have the flattest response of any musicians' hearing protector worldwide which is why so many musicians make sure that they ask for the ACS ER to be sure that they're getting the best possible result from the best possible filter.
Because innovation is not just another blade in your razor.
Nobody ever actually asked for a five bladed razor. The belief that bigger is better combined with a relentless focus on what's considered to be a headline feature can sometimes actually result in a complete lack of ingenuity. ACS innovate in all areas of product design to make sure that what we produce is as good as it can be from top to toe. When we improve our monitor range we don't just add another driver and call it ground breaking we look at the build, the wiring, the cross-over components, the cable, the plug, the joints, the finish and even the case we send them in so that every aspect of our product is delivering what we want it to. Without adding a single driver to our range we've improved the sound by adjusting the cross-over builds and wiring, improved the strength by adding Kevlar reinforcement to our cables with improved Y-joints and fortified gold-plated connectors, improved the listening experience by adding a sheath to the cable that prevents friction noise being transferred to the earpiece and improved the fit by modifying our moulding and lacquering techniques. It's this continuous improvement that we believe gives you the best in-ear monitor in the world rather than just adding one more speaker.
Because you know exactly who you're dealing with.
ACS is based in Banbury in Oxfordshire where we hand-make all of our products from start to finish. If you have any questions about your order, our production or our products you can call or visit us or one of our dealers to get detailed advice about your order. When you order an ACS product you can be sure of the quality and service that you'll receive because you know exactly who's making it and where. We don't send anything off to any other lab, it's all made right here in Banbury which not only gives you the best delivery time but also keeps your product's carbon footprint down, allows you to actually speak to the people making your product if necessary and gives our customer service team direct access to everything that's happening with your order so to be sure your products don't rack up the miles as well as the hours just ask for ACS.
Jaben offers special installment and bundle packages for ACS custom. We welcome everyone to come and check. Here are the color selections you could get.
Who uses ACS kit?
Scouting for Girls
Fat Boy Slim
Super Furry Animals
Manic Street Preachers
BBC Symphony Orchestra
BBC Welsh Orchestra
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
BBC Scottish Orchestra
The Last Republic
X Factor Tour 2010
The All Stars
Access to Music students
Platform One students
Tech Music School students