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Comply Foam Premium Earphone Tips - Isolation Plus Tx-200 (Black, 3 Pairs, S/M/L)
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- Multiple core sizes (100, 200, 400, and 500) allow you to find the perfect fit for your earphones. 200-Series fits Bose, Jays, Sony, RHA, Philips, Ultimate Ears, and more. Find your compatibility here: Complyfoam.com/Compatibility
- The original earphone foam tip. Made in the USA (of U.S. & imported goods) using proprietary memory foam materials for the ultimate in ear headphone upgrade
- Isolation Plus replacement eartips are engineered to create a custom in-ear fit to block out external noise and provide a superior audio experience with enhanced bass. Integrated WaxGuard keeps earwax and debris out of the earphone’s nozzle to protect your earphones and keeping the sound path open.
- Super-soft memory foam reduces earphone irritation and fatigue. Comply foam is 30x softer than silicone tip material so you have the most comfortable earphones
- Body-heat activated memory foam adapts to ear canal to provide a perfect seal and snug fit to keep your earphones in place
Size: Multipack | Style: 200
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HEAR MORE ISOLATION PLUS SERIESComply’s Isolation Series Foam Tips are specifically engineered to harness the sound of music in its entirety while barricading the onslaught of outside sound Isolation Series premium earphone tips are built with the musician athlete and everyday listener in mind If you’re seeking total noise isolation you’ve found your earphone mecca Hearing Components is committed to making your listening experience the best it can be despite how loud the world gets around youply Premium Memory Foam Earbud Tips Advantages 100% better grip than silicone tips ensure they’ll stay secure during a workout 30x softer than silicone tips for a comfortable experience and no ear pain 2x external dB reduction for enhanced sound at lower volumes Made in the USA (of U S & imported goods) Body-heat activated foam conforms to shape of ear canal for a secure fit Creates a perfect seal for enhanced sound quality and comfort 100% customer satisfaction Recommended by audiophiles COMPATIBILITYMultiple core sizes to fit all major earphone brands See Complyfoam/Compatibility to find the correct Comply core size for your earphone200 core size fits 1More 1M301-2 In-Ear Piston Headphones EO323-2 Dual Driver iBFree IBFree AKG Y20 K-376 K 375 K 374 most Atomic Floyd models Beoplay H10 H3 HP9 Blue Ant Q1 Bluetooth T1 V1 Bluetooth Pump Mini Bose MIE2 SoundSport SoundTrue Brainwavz XFIT XF-200 Fiio EX1 Final Audio Design Heaven Series Adagio III First Harmonic IEB6 House of Marley Nesta Jabra Elite 25e Clipper Sport Pulse Halo Smart Eclipse Nmotion Jays t-Jays 1 2 3 4 a-Jays 1 2 3 4 5 JBL Synchros S200a Synchros S100a LifeBeam Vi Marshall Mode MEE Audio Pinnacle P2 X7 X6 M6B N1 X5 Pinnacle M7P M6 A161P Sport-Fi S6 Monoprice Large Driver Monster iSport N-lite iSport SuperSlim iSport Superslim iSport Immersion iSport LIVESTRONG TRON T3 Turbine (All) Turbine PRO (All) Gratitude Ncredible N-Ergy ClarityMobile Diesel VEKTR iSport Victory DNA Outdoor Tech Tags Wireless Philips SHE390 SHE9050 SHB6000 SHE3580 SHE3584 SHE9750 SHQ3000 SHQ3017 SHQ4000 SHE3590 SHQ3005 SHE5105 Fidelio S1 SHE8100 Fidelio S2 SHQ3005/28 Photive PH-BTE70 PH-BTE5 Plantronics BackBeat Fit 300 BackBeat GO Samsung U-Flex Sennheiser Trinity CX-680 CX-980 CX-680i Sport CX 680i CX-890i CX-985 CX 685 OCX-685i CX 686 Trinity Skullcandy Method Sport Performance Strum XT free XT Plyo SOL Republic Amps Relays Shadow Wireless SoundPEATS Q16 Q1000 Soundwhiz Turbo Toshiba RZE-S60 RZE-S70 Treblab X11 XR500 XR100 RF100 Ultimate Ears UE 200 UE 300 UE 350 UE 400 UE 500 UE 600 UE 900 Xiaomi Mi Hybrid Yamaha EPH-M100 EPH-52
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I only bought these as my preferred InAirs were out-of-stock and I wanted to use my recently acquired Shure SE425 IEMs. Unfortunately, despite ordering a medium, they're much, MUCH smaller in diameter in practice than the other mediums in the Comply range and, as such, do not hold the IEM's anywhere near securely enough, at least not in my ear ... and I'm certain my ear canals haven't grown! Consequently, there's sound leakage into the ear and the bass response is compromised because the seal is inadequate.
My advice, size up for Comply's '100' range of tips - the medium is notably smaller and nowhere near as effective.
The fit for me is perfect, they feel very comfortable in my ears. For the IE80S I needed to buy the biggest size as they have large drivers for earphones. The ear wax guards are a nice touch for sure and means I don’t have to clean my earphones. The sound is far better than the silicon ear tips that came with the earphones and the isolation is superb. If you’re looking for an instant sound quality and isolation quality improvement these are a great choice...
However they seem slightly over priced for what they are but if you’re willing to pay that markup you probably won’t be disappointed. But bare in mind these are designed with more mid range and high end IEMs in mind so they probably won’t do much for a pair of £5 earphones from the local shop
Unfortunately though they're not made of a great quality material and eventually fall apart. My left bud has pulled apart from the central plastic piece that pushes in to the actual earphone and the right bud has cracked. Neither fits and as a result sound quality suffers massively.
They work fine once they're first fitted but only for a few months before they break. It looks like the full set of three pairs will last me a year before I need to find more replacements.
You have to check which type fits your headphones, and I like the these TX- ones with the earwax guards, as not all headphones have mesh at the end of the aperture and cleaning at that end can therefore be a nightmare! And these are the most noise isolating in the range which is perfect for travel but not safe for exercise out and about!
I see a couple of reviewers weren't too happy with the sizing. I use the Large ones. I've owned so many headphones and tried so many different types of tips. I'm almost universally a Large in one ear and a medium in the other. The Comply tip sizing is the same, I don't find them unusually small. They're more forgiving though so that's why I use Large in the ear which is more of a Medium! I find it just fine. Other types would not be so forgiving.
Regardless of what type of tips used, the sound quality difference when you find the right fit for that tip-type means I always take the time to find what works. And you do get mixed packs to trial. I did that first time I bought them to be sure. One reviewer here said at times when he took his headphones out it left the Comply tips in his ear - only to be extracted using a precision tool. Scary! Because they're so soft I wonder if that reviewer is trying to stuff a tip far too big in to his lug, expecting to feel a fit that exerts more pressure than you get with Comply Foam tips? They expand as they warm up too. The whole point of these is that they feel soft and don't put the pressure on your ear that you get from other tips. That's why I can have them in for hours and still feel no discomfort. For that gent I'd suggest trying a medium and then give them a full minute to expand to your body heat . How's that?
Another reviewer bemoaned their durability. Comply do offer sport tips which are more rugged apparently. Not tried them.
But again form fits function here. It's that very quality of softness that provides such a good, comfortable seal. Knowing that they're vulnerable to physical damage means I just ensure I store my headphones in their hard case rather than leaving them lying. So for me not a big deal.The few that have degraded a little just prompted me that it was time ti bin them and move onto the next pair anyway.
These are dispoable tips by the way! So surely no one buying them would expect them to last for ever? I'd imagine given bacterial infection possibilities I wouldn't want to try. Comply's advice is to use a clean cloth, damp with water, if you ever need to clean them - no alcohol disinfectant. They also suggest you replace them every 3 months.
There's no question to me that they enhance your listening experience. I can rest my head against the window in a train, or lie on a pillow for hours, and not feel any discomfort. The great seal, and therefore increase in sound quality that this provides, is significantly better than any of the multitude of other tips I've tried. For my current £80 Denon AH-C400's, but also for cheaper phones I've owned in the past too.
So whether you think Comply Foam Tips are worth it comes down to whether or not you think the benefit in listening experience is worth it relative to the cost of disposable tips. For me it's a no brainer if you've spent more than £60 on your in-ears. You're just not getting their full sound quality potential otherwise, and if you listen to tunes for any extended period these t'ings offer peerless comfort.
Worth a trial or you'll never know what you're missing!
Now to everyone concerned about durability these aren't a product you can treat carelessly and expect them to last. They are for enthusiasts this means they need looking after due to their construction they WILL wear out. Which is why they come in packs of three if well looked after you can expect a good few months use out of them. The most I've had out of a set is five. To do this after wearing clean them with a tissue don't ram them into pockets and preferably keep your earphones in a case to prevent the foam tips becoming damaged. If you do this they will last a decent amount of time if you can't stick to silicone ones.
Yes they are expensive but for the passive noise isolation they provide enabling you to listen without cranking up the volume (and possibly damaging your hearing) they are a worthwhile investment just don't expect them to last if you don't look after them
However the reason for 3 stars as opposed to 5, is that within a very short space of time i have already gone through three buds as they keep splitting/tearing which causes the earbud to fall out of your ear. It's nothing to do with packaging as I'm particularly careful...clearly either I have a very sharp ear hole or the product quality is a bit rubbish. Nevertheless I will continue to purchase as there is little alternative, but will need to keep a supply of spares for replacements
What I will say too is that those saying the reason that these broke down so quickly was due to uncleaned ears- seriously no. I clean my ears once if not twice a day with (Doctors run away now) cotton ear-buds and get to the point where my ears are clear every time because I was told about these breaking down so fast- it makes no difference to do that (or in my case, has not stopped them breaking down as I've not tested to see if they don't break down when I don't go to all that trouble. I also make sure my ears are completely dry (say after a shower or in hot weather or post gym workout) I have been nothing but hyper careful with these and can't think of any faults caused by me.
Having said this; when paying £10 for a set of replacement tips, it really shouldn't even be necessary to have to go all out trying to keep them from breaking down inside a few weeks. This is the sole reason I've scored 3 starts rather than 4 or 5.
I have tried the original earphone tips which came with the Sure earphones I have and they didn't break down so fast but at more than double what I paid here, it doesn't seem enough of a justification to repurchase those and instead to just stick with these. I'd possibly try another cheaper brand (I paid £10 for all the same size rather than Sure's £25+ for one of each size at the time of purchase) but I doubt I'd spend on the actual branded version just because they last a bit longer- they all break down in time it's just when rather than if.
Unfortunately, the first pair split on me after just one week of use on my holiday, which is not good enough for the price paid. I'm still on my second pair but, at home, I won't use them as often so maybe I'll get prolonged use now. Mixture between they do give enhanced listening but splitting after constant use for the price is not acceptable.
They are also not durable at all and on top of that they can cause nausea to some people.
On the plkus side, the Tx series features a wax guard which keeps your IEM protected from ear-wax, a good feature especially for IEMs that their nozzle is exposed without a filter.
You will be better off with some high quality silicone tips instead if you ask me.
Extremely good isolation. I use them with a pair of jays-a jays 4 while riding a motorcycle with a loud exhaust. Does the job brilliantly.
They last about 2-3 months a pair before they start ripping.
I wish they would last longer for the money.
Other than that, good product.
7/10. Might buy 3rd time.