In this video from NAMM 2015, Ultimate Ears’ vice president of sales, Mike Diaz, explains how custom in-ear monitors can be easily attainable and affordable.

In this video, Ultimate Ears demonstrates its new way of creating digital imaging using laser light to scan the ear to make a full 3D rendering.

Not just for arena touring professionals, Ultimate Ears are designed to be used by anyone playing music and looking to protect their hearing when a click or backing track is needed. These in-ears cut out 26 dB of ambient noise to allow you to hear what you need to hear.

Go to pro.ultimateears.com and check out the UE 4, which costs $399, or the UE 11 with the dedicated sub for drummers.

The NAMM Show 2015, a trade-only event for the music products industry, was held January 22-25  in Anaheim, California at the Anaheim Convention Center. For information on NAMM 2015 visit the official NAMM website here. For more on Ultimate Ears visit their website here. To see other videos and coverage of NAMM 2015 from Modern Drummer click here.