Our Audiologists are musicians and singers. We understand what it takes to create custom tailored in-ear monitors to ensure you hear every note of every song.

 

We are #1 in Tulsa for In-Ear Monitors!


 

In-ear monitoring was brought to the forefront as a way to eliminate feedback from conventional stage monitors typically located on stage in front of the musicians and in close proximity to their microphones. By placing high-fidelity miniature speakers in custom earmolds, stage monitors could be eliminated, allowing the vocal microphones to be turned louder without the risk of feedback.

As in-ear monitoring technology improved, other benefits were recognized:

  1. Improved sound quality over conventional floor monitors.
    In-ear monitoring allowed musicians to control the volume of their instruments or voices, and balance them in relation to the mix of the rest of the band.
  2. Consistent sound quality from venue to venue.
    Varying room acoustics have a great deal of influence on the sound coming from a floor monitor. In-ear monitoring, with high isolation from ambient sound, provides consistent sound because the acoustic environment (the ear canal) is not greatly affected by variations in room acoustics.
  3. Freedom of movement. With floor monitors, the musician is forced to either stand directly in front of it or line up consecutive floor monitors across the stage. Using wireless FM transmitters with in-ear monitors, the musician is free to go anywhere on stage (or off!) without sacrificing sound quality.
  4. Reduced cartage costs.
    No bulky floor monitors means less freight to carry.
  5. Reduced vocal fatigue. Because of feedback, floor monitors cannot always be turned up loud enough to be heard, so vocalists must put undue strain on their vocal cords to hear themselves. Elimination of floor wedges and feedback also eliminates vocal fatigue.
  6. MOST IMPORTANTLY, reduced risk of hearing loss when fit and used properly.
    Just because musicians wear monitors in their ears does not mean they are protected against unsafe sound levels. Some in-ear monitors can produce as much as 120 dB-A measured in the ear! With proper use and care, in-ear monitors provide appropriate hearing conservation in loud, concert environments.

I found HSC and Dr. Young after deciding to get custom in-ear monitors. There's a reason HSC is recommended by so many musicians in the area! If you're considering custom in-ears, you owe it to yourself to check this place out. The process was so easy and Dr. Young took the time to discuss the options and what would work best for my situation. I had my CIEMs in hand in 12 days and the fit was perfect. Highly recommend!

- Daniel M.


 
I found HSC because I drove by it everyday. I'm a professional drummer and wanted to get my hearing checked. I will never go anywhere else. I ended up buying a great set of Starkey in-ear monitors. The people there are very helpful and patient. They took the time to talk with me to figure out what would work best for my situation. They've given great continued support with any of the minor issues I've had with my monitors.

- Jason G.


 
"I love the triple ear monitors that I got from your office. They fit so exact and comfortably and block out unwanted noise from the outside which enables me to hear everything sharply with a lot less volume. I use less than half the volume than I did before! And since I can hear everything with such definition, I feel more confident and precise with every performance."

- A.L. Beadle


"I love the triple ear monitors that I got from your office. They fit so exact and comfortably and block out unwanted noise from the outside which enables me to hear everything sharply with a lot less volume. I use less than half the volume than I did before! And since I can hear everything with such definition, I feel more confident and precise with every performance."

- A.L. Beadle



 
"I'm a worship leader. I had used the Sure line of in-ear monitors for the past 4 years. But when I finally got my set of Custom Musician Monitors, the quality boost was so great it almost brought me to tears! The clarity is better than closed studio phones, the bass response is amazing, the comfort of a custom-fit is irreplaceable. I could never go back to anything else."

- Tim Lucas, Worship Pastor


Customize Your Westone In-Ear Monitors

Use Westone’s customizer Tool to design your own unique pair of In-Ear Monitors.


  1. Select your ES Series model.

  2. Select the body color/s.

  3. Choose a Faceplate made from real abalone shell, reflections material or carbon fiber OR choose some of our house designed artwork.

  4. Select a cable color and size.

  5. Print a spec sheet* and bring it to our office when you get fitted.


*regarding In-Ear Monitor pricing. The Westone Customizer Tool uses MSRP prices for in-ear monitors, but Hearing Solution Centers pricing is typically 30-50 percent less than the MSRP, depending on the product. Some custom artwork or faceplate designs do cost more. Those prices are listed on the right side of the screen when you’re building your design using the Westone Customizer Tool. Please contact our office for more information.

Does Your Church Need Help With Their Sound Systems?

We Can Help!

Contact Hearing Solutions Centers

If your church is looking to update or install it’s sound system, 390 Advisory Group can help! 390 Advisory Group has three primary members: Mat Donaldson of DrumWorld in Tulsa, Dr. Scott Young of Hearing Solution Centers in Tulsa, and Aaron Oskey of OnStage Productions in Tulsa. We formed this group to minister specifically to Tulsa area churches then regionally to solve the needs of the churches related to their sound systems.

There are three prongs to deal with when discussing the complicated nature of sound for an audience:

  1. Sound Systems
    Maintenance, education, and equipment installs. Most sound equipment companies come from other states to handle your needs, but we are here in Tulsa to be there for your install, as well as to help you with any maintenance.
  2. In-Ear Monitors
    our local audiologists can create custom ear devices that fit within millimeters the tolerance levels of your ears.
  3. Stage Musicians
    We have years of experience rewiring the stage, teaching stage musicians to work with one another, negotiating between the sound and the stage for positive communication, tuning the drums, and helping with sound abatement.

 
We are one of a kind and no one has our expertise. Allow us to come to your church for a free estimate of the needs of your church if you choose our presentation to help your church.