• Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
  • Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
  • Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
  • Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
  • Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
  • Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
  • Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med
Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med

Comply 17-50101-11 Isolation Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Anker Soundbuds, KZ ZST, SoundPEATS Q30, Symphonized NRG 3.0 &More, Premium Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips T-500(Med

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Not impressed. Poor durability compared with other memory foam tips. Overpriced.I bought these in the 500 size for my Jaybirds Bluebuds X. I chose these largely because I used to own a pair of more expensive Shure headphones that came with memory foam tips. I had a very positive experience with the Shure foam tips, and I thought I'd be getting an equivalent high quality product here given the price tag. I used to wear my Shure headphones everywhere including the gym. I would insert and remove them easily 10 times a day. I carelessly threw them around, shoved them into tight pockets, and never protected them with a case when they weren't in my ears. The Shure tips did start to wear out after a couple of months, but for them, that entailed the foam losing its memory elasticity. The foam tips remained completely intact even when they were worn out. They didn't stay in as well after the foam wore out, but they were still usable.These Comply tips worked just as well as the Shure ones initially, but they quickly proved to be MUCH LESS durable. Rather than slowly losing their memory foam elasticity over time, these tips start tearing and falling apart after a couple of weeks. It would seem that the outer coating on the Comply tips is less resilient, as it starts to wear rather quickly. The wear on the coating isn't very visible, but then they start to develop little tears around the outer edge (part that goes deepest into your ear.) Those little tears turn into giant tears in a matter of days even if you're careful when you put them in. The tears grow until the entire tip is split top to bottom. At that point, the tear naturally grows very wide as the foam that was stretched around the plastic cylinder at the base is now free to contract. This is when they completely fall apart and become useless.I paid the high price because I was expecting quality and durability. The tips would be worth $15 if the 3 pairs would last a year. At best, each pair lasted a couple of weeks before they started deteriorating, and these actually saw significantly less abuse than my Shure tips ever did. As such, these tips are not worth the price tag or the hassle of having to shop for tips all over again so soon.2Supercharge your IEM listening experience!For over 10 years, Comply tips have been my go-to tip for any IEM that I purchase. I currenly own a pair of Westone 3 in-ear monitors and Jaybird Bluebud X bluetooth headphones. These not only add to the comfort, but also enhance the sound quality.I spent 8 years traveling internationally for business (average 8 months out of office a year). At the time, my Westone UM2's (since upgraded to Westone 3) with Comply tips were comfortable for 18+ hour flights to Asia from Miami. I would always laugh when I saw someone lugging around a huge set of Bose noise canceling headphones. These babies paired with a good IEM could block out everything and were comfortable enough to lay down on your side and not even feel them in your ears.Highly recommended!Note: I would not recommend these for exercise as they block out almost all of the ambient noise. I had a cheap pair of earbuds for the gym and running.5Solves all your fitting problem! And sounds great, doesn't change sound signature much at all.After about 2-3 months of growing frustration with being unable to truly appreciate my Noble Trident Universal IEMs, I finally decided enough was enough and bought a set of these. BY FAR THE BEST INVESTMENT I'VE MADE! I can finally listen to my Tridents without any issue of having to re-seat them in my ears every 5 seconds and best of all, I can actually wear them while I walk without having to worry that they'll keep sliding out! Awesome ear-tips and very comfortable! Sound-wise they seem to isolate enough to keep the low ends solid while still being extremely clear. Definitely recommend to anyone in need of more secure ear-tips!5Ew... Silicone Ear-tips? No fear, Comply is here!These are like a must buy once you get new earphones. So I've been using these for probably over 6-months and I can't tell you how comfortable these are. Usually regular conventional ear-tips that come with earphones are trash and wouldn't stay in your ear no matter the size you use. That's when Comply shows up with these nice premium foam ear-tips that stay contours to your ear hole, and will stay so well you can go jogging and still they wouldn't come off. In terms of comfort, they're super comfortable unless you get a size too large, so there may be trial and error. They also do a lot better then silicone tips in noise isolation since they contour to your ear, blocking off any space. Installation will take a lot of twisting as the plastic core is stiff, but that's good so they wouldn't fall off. In terms of waterproof, they would become really mushy and kind of smelly, so try not to get it too wet. They will recover though, so don't worry too much. One downfall however, is that they look kind of ugly, but subjective to others. I've been using 1 of the 3 sets for the past 6+ months with my JayBird Blubuds X, and its still running well. Definitely a great buy!5Earphone tips as a serviceComply's products work adequately, but given the discrepancy between price and performance, I would advise anyone contemplating a headphone purchase that requires the use of Comply ear tips to seriously reconsider their purchase and look for something that does not require Comply's products.If you are familiar with the noxious trend of software as a service, you will immediately grasp the business model that Comply embodies. The Ear tips are only good for a very short time before they lose their compliance and lose what little isolation they provide. For IEM style headphones the quality of the seal is imperative to produce good sound quality, but the breakdown of the foam that cause the loss of isolation also compromises the seal and greatly diminishes the sound quality.To keep the sound and isolation at acceptable levels you will effectively become a Comply subscriber in order to use any headphone that requires Comply's products. At $20 per pack of three it will add up quickly, all the more so if you exercise or are otherwise active while using Comply's foam tips. The foam is also impossible to clean so you will be discarding one pair of eartips for a fresh pair quite frequently.In my experience two weeks is about the longest the foam eartips will last, and that is just not worth the investment when there is no shortage of quality IEMs do not require Comply's products. Caveat emptor.2Foam Too Soft and Not DurableThese work great, for about 3 sessions and then they start degrading quickly. I use during workout sessions and the first time was great, but after that they lose their ability to stay firmly in your ears and you lose noise cancellation. They get slimy or slippery feeling very quickly, even with proper cleaning. The foam is also too soft to hold good seal. Degradation happens way too fast. These were replacing the ones that came on my headphones that lasted probably 8 months with no issues with daily use, but finally started getting worn out. I am very disappointed in the Comply brand. I just ordered another brand to see if they are better. I do not recommend this product.2I especially like the way it smoothes the trebles and support bass ...these do what they are supposed to do. I especially like the way it smoothes the trebles and support bass frequencies. of course more comfortable than silicon ones.However, these don't last long AT ALL. for me, it wasn't even a daily usage, maybe 3-4 sessions a week type of usages. After using them for about 1 months, they do begin wearing out fast like sponge breaking apart. then isolation performances goes down as wellIf you see this as a disposable product, it's understandable. and I probably will have to buy these again. But the company should know their pricing is not really competitive. At this point, not sure if these worth your money. I would happily buy these again for half price.2New life to my KZ ZSTs I have always had issues keeping normal earbuds in my ears so, in ear headphones are a must for me.I initially got a set of comply tips for my gym/running headphones (BHS-760) and was really happy with how they held up to not only extended use but, they toughed out sweat and grime really well too!I use KZ ZSTs for my normal everyday computer use and replaced the tips with comply as well. Between school, work and games I have easily spent 8-10hrs with these on with little to no discomfort.My only real complaint is that when they do get grimed up they can be a bit of a pain to clean but, compared to how often I was replacing other uncomfortable earbud tips. . . the 3 pack order is definitely on my order again list. 5Don't believe the hype. They are not as good as they used to be.Comply used to make better ear tips. I used to be loyal... The new tips they make fall apart and disintegrate in your ear faster than any other brand. This is probably a money making strategy. The foam on these gets gooey after about 2 weeks of heavy use... then just fall apart. They don't make the "S" series anymore. I had no problems with those.They are too expensive to keep buying when they fall apart. I made the switch to New Bee tips. They perform just as well, but they last a lot longer.1Rather poor material and tears easilyIf you have been wondering if you should buy these. You should. I use these ear tips on two sets of headphones, The Soundcore Liberty Airs, and KZ ZST IEMs. The sound quality while using the tips increases drastically because the help insulate the fit more to your ear than the standard silicone tips that come standard with the earbuds. This better fit also is insanely helpful during my workouts, I get very sweaty during my workouts and that would lead to the earbuds falling out.Pros:Better sound qualityBetter fit than silicone tipsNoise cancellation is wonderfulCons:Price might be considered to be high for what you receiveWhen the tips are on you cant place Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds into their charging case without removing the tipsCats love themThe material rips very easily and will tear with daily use.So I have to add to this review, after only a few weeks of normal use, all but one of the eartips I received are torn and no longer seal. With that in mind the benefits of what the tips provide for sound quality are great but not worth having to re buy every few weeks.2These fit my KZ a lot better than the "cheap" memory foam tips I bought before.I bought these because my "cheap" memory foam tips I bought for my KZ ZSTs didn't fit the output tubes of the KZ very snugly, and I've had a tip get stuck in my ear a couple of times (the tip came off the output tube of the in-ear and stayed in my ear)... not fun to have to try to get out after the fact. So, I bought these Comply after seeing a LOT of people brag on them. These fit SO much more snug on my monitors, and they are super comfy, too. Nice improvement to my KZs.5
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  • Included Components: 6 Foam Tips
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Not impressed. Poor durability compared with other memory foam tips. Overpriced.I bought these in the 500 size for my Jaybirds Bluebuds X. I chose these largely because I used to own a pair of more expensive Shure headphones that came with memory foam tips. I had a very positive experience with the Shure foam tips, and I thought I'd be getting an equivalent high quality product here given the price tag. I used to wear my Shure headphones everywhere including the gym. I would insert and remove them easily 10 times a day. I carelessly threw them around, shoved them into tight pockets, and never protected them with a case when they weren't in my ears. The Shure tips did start to wear out after a couple of months, but for them, that entailed the foam losing its memory elasticity. The foam tips remained completely intact even when they were worn out. They didn't stay in as well after the foam wore out, but they were still usable.These Comply tips worked just as well as the Shure ones initially, but they quickly proved to be MUCH LESS durable. Rather than slowly losing their memory foam elasticity over time, these tips start tearing and falling apart after a couple of weeks. It would seem that the outer coating on the Comply tips is less resilient, as it starts to wear rather quickly. The wear on the coating isn't very visible, but then they start to develop little tears around the outer edge (part that goes deepest into your ear.) Those little tears turn into giant tears in a matter of days even if you're careful when you put them in. The tears grow until the entire tip is split top to bottom. At that point, the tear naturally grows very wide as the foam that was stretched around the plastic cylinder at the base is now free to contract. This is when they completely fall apart and become useless.I paid the high price because I was expecting quality and durability. The tips would be worth $15 if the 3 pairs would last a year. At best, each pair lasted a couple of weeks before they started deteriorating, and these actually saw significantly less abuse than my Shure tips ever did. As such, these tips are not worth the price tag or the hassle of having to shop for tips all over again so soon.2Supercharge your IEM listening experience!For over 10 years, Comply tips have been my go-to tip for any IEM that I purchase. I currenly own a pair of Westone 3 in-ear monitors and Jaybird Bluebud X bluetooth headphones. These not only add to the comfort, but also enhance the sound quality.I spent 8 years traveling internationally for business (average 8 months out of office a year). At the time, my Westone UM2's (since upgraded to Westone 3) with Comply tips were comfortable for 18+ hour flights to Asia from Miami. I would always laugh when I saw someone lugging around a huge set of Bose noise canceling headphones. These babies paired with a good IEM could block out everything and were comfortable enough to lay down on your side and not even feel them in your ears.Highly recommended!Note: I would not recommend these for exercise as they block out almost all of the ambient noise. I had a cheap pair of earbuds for the gym and running.5Solves all your fitting problem! And sounds great, doesn't change sound signature much at all.After about 2-3 months of growing frustration with being unable to truly appreciate my Noble Trident Universal IEMs, I finally decided enough was enough and bought a set of these. BY FAR THE BEST INVESTMENT I'VE MADE! I can finally listen to my Tridents without any issue of having to re-seat them in my ears every 5 seconds and best of all, I can actually wear them while I walk without having to worry that they'll keep sliding out! Awesome ear-tips and very comfortable! Sound-wise they seem to isolate enough to keep the low ends solid while still being extremely clear. Definitely recommend to anyone in need of more secure ear-tips!5Ew... Silicone Ear-tips? No fear, Comply is here!These are like a must buy once you get new earphones. So I've been using these for probably over 6-months and I can't tell you how comfortable these are. Usually regular conventional ear-tips that come with earphones are trash and wouldn't stay in your ear no matter the size you use. That's when Comply shows up with these nice premium foam ear-tips that stay contours to your ear hole, and will stay so well you can go jogging and still they wouldn't come off. In terms of comfort, they're super comfortable unless you get a size too large, so there may be trial and error. They also do a lot better then silicone tips in noise isolation since they contour to your ear, blocking off any space. Installation will take a lot of twisting as the plastic core is stiff, but that's good so they wouldn't fall off. In terms of waterproof, they would become really mushy and kind of smelly, so try not to get it too wet. They will recover though, so don't worry too much. One downfall however, is that they look kind of ugly, but subjective to others. I've been using 1 of the 3 sets for the past 6+ months with my JayBird Blubuds X, and its still running well. Definitely a great buy!5Earphone tips as a serviceComply's products work adequately, but given the discrepancy between price and performance, I would advise anyone contemplating a headphone purchase that requires the use of Comply ear tips to seriously reconsider their purchase and look for something that does not require Comply's products.If you are familiar with the noxious trend of software as a service, you will immediately grasp the business model that Comply embodies. The Ear tips are only good for a very short time before they lose their compliance and lose what little isolation they provide. For IEM style headphones the quality of the seal is imperative to produce good sound quality, but the breakdown of the foam that cause the loss of isolation also compromises the seal and greatly diminishes the sound quality.To keep the sound and isolation at acceptable levels you will effectively become a Comply subscriber in order to use any headphone that requires Comply's products. At $20 per pack of three it will add up quickly, all the more so if you exercise or are otherwise active while using Comply's foam tips. The foam is also impossible to clean so you will be discarding one pair of eartips for a fresh pair quite frequently.In my experience two weeks is about the longest the foam eartips will last, and that is just not worth the investment when there is no shortage of quality IEMs do not require Comply's products. Caveat emptor.2Foam Too Soft and Not DurableThese work great, for about 3 sessions and then they start degrading quickly. I use during workout sessions and the first time was great, but after that they lose their ability to stay firmly in your ears and you lose noise cancellation. They get slimy or slippery feeling very quickly, even with proper cleaning. The foam is also too soft to hold good seal. Degradation happens way too fast. These were replacing the ones that came on my headphones that lasted probably 8 months with no issues with daily use, but finally started getting worn out. I am very disappointed in the Comply brand. I just ordered another brand to see if they are better. I do not recommend this product.2I especially like the way it smoothes the trebles and support bass ...these do what they are supposed to do. I especially like the way it smoothes the trebles and support bass frequencies. of course more comfortable than silicon ones.However, these don't last long AT ALL. for me, it wasn't even a daily usage, maybe 3-4 sessions a week type of usages. After using them for about 1 months, they do begin wearing out fast like sponge breaking apart. then isolation performances goes down as wellIf you see this as a disposable product, it's understandable. and I probably will have to buy these again. But the company should know their pricing is not really competitive. At this point, not sure if these worth your money. I would happily buy these again for half price.2New life to my KZ ZSTs I have always had issues keeping normal earbuds in my ears so, in ear headphones are a must for me.I initially got a set of comply tips for my gym/running headphones (BHS-760) and was really happy with how they held up to not only extended use but, they toughed out sweat and grime really well too!I use KZ ZSTs for my normal everyday computer use and replaced the tips with comply as well. Between school, work and games I have easily spent 8-10hrs with these on with little to no discomfort.My only real complaint is that when they do get grimed up they can be a bit of a pain to clean but, compared to how often I was replacing other uncomfortable earbud tips. . . the 3 pack order is definitely on my order again list. 5Don't believe the hype. They are not as good as they used to be.Comply used to make better ear tips. I used to be loyal... The new tips they make fall apart and disintegrate in your ear faster than any other brand. This is probably a money making strategy. The foam on these gets gooey after about 2 weeks of heavy use... then just fall apart. They don't make the "S" series anymore. I had no problems with those.They are too expensive to keep buying when they fall apart. I made the switch to New Bee tips. They perform just as well, but they last a lot longer.1Rather poor material and tears easilyIf you have been wondering if you should buy these. You should. I use these ear tips on two sets of headphones, The Soundcore Liberty Airs, and KZ ZST IEMs. The sound quality while using the tips increases drastically because the help insulate the fit more to your ear than the standard silicone tips that come standard with the earbuds. This better fit also is insanely helpful during my workouts, I get very sweaty during my workouts and that would lead to the earbuds falling out.Pros:Better sound qualityBetter fit than silicone tipsNoise cancellation is wonderfulCons:Price might be considered to be high for what you receiveWhen the tips are on you cant place Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds into their charging case without removing the tipsCats love themThe material rips very easily and will tear with daily use.So I have to add to this review, after only a few weeks of normal use, all but one of the eartips I received are torn and no longer seal. With that in mind the benefits of what the tips provide for sound quality are great but not worth having to re buy every few weeks.2These fit my KZ a lot better than the "cheap" memory foam tips I bought before.I bought these because my "cheap" memory foam tips I bought for my KZ ZSTs didn't fit the output tubes of the KZ very snugly, and I've had a tip get stuck in my ear a couple of times (the tip came off the output tube of the in-ear and stayed in my ear)... not fun to have to try to get out after the fact. So, I bought these Comply after seeing a LOT of people brag on them. These fit SO much more snug on my monitors, and they are super comfy, too. Nice improvement to my KZs.5
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  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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