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Comply TX500 - Juego de almohadillas para auriculares internos Ultimate Ears, entre otros (tallas S, M y L), color negro
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Delivering maximum isolation for a superior audio experience, Comply Isolation Plus Tx-Series have integrated Wax-Guard, preventing wax from entering the port which will diminish sound quality. They also provide amazing comfort and stay-in-ear fit --- so you hear music the way it was meant to be heard.
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-They are a little more comfortable in the ear
-They are easier to get a perfect seal with
-The wax-guard is fantastic (think... no more need to clean out the grossness deep inside of your canalphones)
-They will make your headphones sound better (mostly as a result of the previous three reasons)
Now, to answer the questions I myself have had at some point:
-The foam is a little different than the kind Shure uses. It seems to be a little firmer... until it is placed in the ear, where it feels softer and a little more comfortable. It's also slightly more resistant to wax in my experience, and is a quality product that can withstand daily use.
-They aren't tricky to apply. I was worried that the fit on the headphones themselves would be too tight or too loose (the former being annoying and the latter literally making the foams useless). I can only speak for SE Models, but the fit was perfect for me. The build is a tad different, as the foams feature a slightly thinner and flexible core tube... but this doesn't really change the ease of applying them in comparison to the Shures.
-For Shure owners: the "one size" of these roughly equates to the medium Shure size... they are themselves a tiny bit smaller than a medium Shure foam, but it is very close. I will say this... I wore the mediums AND larges for my Shures (mediums preferred), and the smalls wouldn't fit quite right... but these create the best seal by far that I have experienced with any IEM tip. If you are hesitant about the fit, go to the Comply website. They have three different sizes for all of their models.
-For non-Shure/non-foam users: soft foam is generally better than flex tips/silicone/hard foam, but it depends on your ears and your preferences. For most, it is the best blend of comfort and sound quality. The foam (if fitted correctly) is not painful on the ear at all after prolonged use and will not cause headaches. The fit is crucial in getting good sound, just like pretty much any other tip. If the build quality is good (like these), there is little to no change in frequency response in comparison to silicone.
-The sound quality with these is better than with other foams, and this is why- they are designed to give a better fit and keep wax out, allowing earphones to stream more pristine audio as a result. Earphones with these tips will sound more "open" and clear, and even the discerning ear will probably notice a wider soundstage with their current headphones.
-Sound isolation is close to most foams, but a little better (for me) because they seal so well. For users who want premier sound isolation, these will suit your needs very well.
-The 2dB of transmission loss with the wax guard is virtually a non-issue, especially since ear wax within the audio canal is much more detrimental to sound quality than anything else.
Overall, I do not hesitate to give these a five star rating. If you are interested in these or are even on the fence, I would stop reading this review right now, place them in my cart, and checkout. Happy listening!
1. I don't know about the quality issues people talk about. I still have the first ones I bought 6 months ago on my jaybirds and there's no foam failure yet
2. My ear canals are different and I've NEVER been able to get a pair of earbuds to stay in when I run. NOW THEY DO!
3. Cheap earbuds sound sucks. NOT WHEN IT"S COMPLETELY ISOLATED IN YOUR EAR! The $12 bluettoth sound great when you are blocking out ALL external noise and have a good seal. NOTE: You will not be able to hear anything but the earbuds, These completely block out all external noise. I run with them but I would never bike with them. But the sound is great!
4. They clean up nicely. I like to take a little warm water and a drop of dish soap and rinse them once in a while. They handle it well.
They're a little pricey but for me they're worth it.
1) They stay in my ears when I run
2) They've held up for 6 months
3) They make cheap earbuds sound good
4) They isolate perfectly so I can even wear them in the library.
Did I mention that I love these. :)
To break it down by improvement, the foam tips provided resembled a sponge-like substance. These comply foam earphone tips were the real deal. They made it comfortable to wear and did not fall out during my run. The sound was also better with these comply foam earphone tips. I can't exactly explain why or how they did it, but the sound is more isolated/contained. As a result, the isolation caused me to hear less of the outside environment. Coincidentally, I was a running in a neighborhood and a fire truck had its siren on. I'm telling the truth when I say I could not hear the siren until I took one ear out. Lastly, I'm a sweaty dude, especially when I run in humidity. The foam tips provided by Jaybird would get gross and moist when a few drops came close to it. These comply foam tips were perfectly dry throughout my run. Maybe it was because of how snug it was in my ear, but I am more than happy with these. They not only made the Jaybirds X2 wearable, they made it fit and sound better. I would 100% recommend purchasing these with the Jaybirds X2.
P.S. Keep in mind that there are different sizes. I was fortunate enough that the small size fit perfectly in my ear.