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Comply T-400 Isolation Earphone Tips (Red, 3 Pairs, Medium)

by Comply

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  • Total Isolation
  • Soft Comfort
  • Secure fit
  • Superior audio experience
  • Compatibility: 4 Models to fit all major earphone brands (T-100, T-200, T-400, T-500). See compatibility chart in the DESCRIPTION - From the Manufacture section.
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Technical Details

Color: Red | Size: Medium
  • Brand Name: Comply
  • Model: T-400 RED MED 3-PR
  • Color Name: Red
  • Item Weight: 0.04 pounds

Product Details

Color: Red | Size: Medium
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.5 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004HKIAEW
  • Item model number: T-400 RED MED 3-PR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (391 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 3, 2011

Product Description

Color: Red | Size: Medium

Product Description

Delivering maximum isolation for a superior audio experience, Isolation T-Series tips are engineered with super soft memory foam that gently seals the ear canal, providing amazing comfort, stay-in-ear fit and noise isolation -- so listeners hear music the way it was meant to be heard.

From the Manufacturer

Comply Foam Premium Earphone Tips Isolation T-Series

What do you get when you combine 20+ years of clinical in-ear experience and Ph.D.-level chemistry with super soft memory foam and cutting-edge comfort-focused technology? Comply Premium Earphone Tips Isolation T-Series that deliver maximum noise isolation for a superior audio experience.

These tips are engineered with a unique foam that makes them 30 times softer than factory-supplied silicone tips. This super soft memory foam gently seals the ear canal, providing amazing comfort and a stay-in-ear fit — so you hear music the way it was meant to be heard.

Isolation T-400 fits a unique range of earphones. Choose the tips that fit your earphones by clicking on the earphone compatibility links in the chart below.

Comply Foam Premium Earphone Tips Isolation T-400 Series

Enhance your listening experience

T-400 special features
Superior audio experience

Creating an optimal seal and channeling sound directly into the ear canal, these tips transform your listening experience from ordinary to extraordinary.

Secure fit

Body heat-activated foam gently seals the ear canal, giving you a custom fit and remarkable in-ear retention, so your earphones remain secure — all the time, every time.

Blocks noise

These tips allow you to enjoy your music in noisy environments without raising the volume.

Soft comfort

The unique memory foam provides all-day comfort, an improvement over stock silicone tips.

Which earphone tip is right for you?

Comply Premium Earphone Tips Enhanced Listening Experience Secure Fit Blocks Noise Soft Comfort Maximum Isolation Maximum Comfort Wax-Guard Earphone Compatibility
Active S-Series Yes Yes Yes Yes Click here for compatibility
Isolation T-Series Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Click here for compatibility
Comfort Ts-Series Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Click here for compatibility
Isolation Plus Tx-Series Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Click here for compatibility
Comfort Plus Tsx-Series Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Click here for compatibility
For the Apple Enthusiast
Whoomp! Foam Tips Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Apple In-Ear Headphones
Whoomp! Earbud Enhancers Yes Yes Yes Yes Apple Original Earbuds

Customer Reviews

They do a really great job of blocking outside noise.
geodescent
These are very comfortable and make a nice seal for your in-ear buds. you roll them like earplugs and they expand in your ear.
Ryan C
These did more than that, improving the headphones in terms of comfort, bass, and overall sound quality.
Leogirl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

126 of 142 people found the following review helpful By David B. Jones on January 2, 2010
Color Name: PlatinumSize Name: Medium
These are quite good, but they do wear out. (Mine phones take T-500's, but I assume the same holds for T-400.) I tired of paying four bucks a pair for them. So I got some foam ear plugs (like Hearos http://www.amazon.com/Hearos-Ultimate-Softness-20-Pair-Foam/dp/B001EPQ3H4). I cut them down with scissors and punched holes with a leather hole punch. They are just as comfortable and work every bit as well as the purpose-built tips, but they cost about 25 cents a pair.

o Punch a hole that's small enough to get a snug fit on the sound tube.
o Don't make them too long, or the foam will shrink in around the distal opening and reduce the treble.
o You could salvage the little plastic inserts out of the foam tips that come with the earphones, but I find they are not necessary.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Severian TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 12, 2012
Color Name: Black (Medium)Size Name: Medium
Comply foams are good in three cases:

1) the stock eartips on your IEMs strike you as uncomfortable;
2) you need better isolation than whatever ear tips you are using;
3) you have driver flex issues in your dynamic driver IEM.

Numbers 1 & 2 are pretty straightforward. What is driver flex? Read on.

Driver flex is the dark secret of most dynamic driver IEMS. When you shove the driver deep in your ear canal (or even not so deep) the air pressure can sometimes make the tiny thin little driver inside the housing move a little bit. You can hear this happening; when you push the driver in, if you hear a cellophane like wrinkling noise, that is driver flex.

What happens after the driver flexes? Sometimes nothing, all is well. (However, the long term health of the driver may be at risk. There is no real evidence one way or the other, but anecdotally, many online users claim their earphones had shorter lifespans due to driver flex.) Other times, you will have volume level drop in one or both ears, sometimes even no volume at all in the affected drivers. Other times, you will have bass drop out in one or both ears. These two problems - volume level disparity and no bass - are vastly common complaints in earphone land. How many of these complaints are actual defects and how many are due to relatively easily fixable driver flex? Who knows? Note though that balanced armature IEMs seem to be immune to this issue as they work differently in terms of mechanics and seem relatively insensitive to pressure flex.

Not all dynamic drivers have the flex issue. It depends to some extent on driver shape, then on eartip shape and material, then on internal ear canal shapes for each user.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Joon on October 22, 2013
Color Name: BlueSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I work in healthcare and take the company shuttle. The early AM driver loves to play synthed-out slow jam mixtapes loudly; I wear these so that I don't get into the lovemaking mood too early on in the day. They also block out the banter between the living and breathing HIPAA violations known as coworkers.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Randy on March 22, 2009
Color Name: PlatinumSize Name: Medium
I purchased the Sennheiser CX-400 in-ear headphones. I did not like the earpieces that came with the headphones and I am using the Comply T-400 foam tips instead. They are more comfortable and make a better seal for noise abatement.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Justin M. Tucciarone on June 17, 2009
Color Name: PlatinumSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
These eartips were a really great investment for a number of reasons:
1) They offer a tight seal for maximum noise isolation and bass response.
2) They are extremely comfortable. I can wear them for hours and not even notice they are there, even though they are inserted deep into my ear canal.
3) It is only $5 a pair, and I have heard these last for months before the foam starts to lose its elasticity.
4) They stay in your ears no matter how much you shake your head or move around

They obviously also have a few downsides:
1) They tend to roll off the highs a little bit, nothing too extreme, but if you are an audiophile like I am just beware (I have my ipod set to treble boost to compensate)
2) The foam DOES degrade after some time, and although it takes awhile, it just sucks.
3) They are extremely annoying to get on and off of the headphones - it feels like the foam will tear off (it doesn't)

Overall, this stuff is a necessary luxury - buy it and you won't be disappointed.
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Color Name: PlatinumSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I've done an about face when it comes to these Comply Foam Tips. They're capable of resurrecting phones that initially appear to be bass-deprived or lacking in volume. Upon using these with my Altec Titaniums, Sennheiser CX-300s, Sleek Audio 1's, Phillips SHE-9850s, the phones came to life as never before. Previously, I had dismissed the foam tips for several reasons:

1. Sony advises against their use, and the Sony MDR-EX300, 500, and 700 phones (either the LP or the SL versions), are so good that foam tips are a bad investment.

2. Even if the tips transform your little ear plugs into magnificent concert halls, they're quick to register wear and tear not to mention dirt. At five bucks or more per pop, it can be pricey to replace these every month or two.

Be sure to check the Comply site to get the right fit, consider black (it shows less dirt), and don't become overly alarmed if the tips become a formless blob when you attach them to your phones. They'll shape up within a minute or two.

They're over-priced in terms of the material but not necessarily in terms of effectiveness. Every user of IEM phones definitely needs to have a supply on hand along with silicone replacement tips. (Along with Comply foam tips, I'd recommend the packages of Sony Hybrid tips, which come to about $2 per pair and don't wear out.)
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