Black, Large - Earphones Plus Brand, Triple Flange Replacement Ear Tips, Earbuds for in-Ear Earphones. (See Fit Information in Details Below)
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|Form Factor||In Ear|
|Connector Type||6.5 mm|
|Noise Control||Sound Isolation|
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- Black - 4mm connector hole for ear canal fitting earphones with connection size of approximately 11/64" (4.25mm) up to 1/4" (6.5mm)
- Also available with 2mm connector hole using keyword: EP-KSH-TRI-L-4BLK Unique triple flange design adds to the sound isolation while providing additional "grip" to secure earphones in the ear
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- 100% silicone cushion designed with soft contours for comfortable fit and maximum sound isolation
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Soft and flexible for optimal comfort and sound isolation, Earphones Plus brand replacement ear cushions are the best choice for quality, value, comfort, and performance! Earphones Plus brand replacement earphone tips are made with 100% silicone and can be washed with soap and water. Be sure to measure your earphone's connection tip to see that it falls within the following range: from 11/64 in. (4.25mm) up to 1/4 in. (6.5mm). Please contact us via Amazon messaging if we can assist you with any aspect of product selection.
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I found these tips and bought them, and while they fit on the phones and in my ear canals easily enough, they are much longer than the protrusion on the Brainwavz IEMs that actually protrude and allow tips to fit. With Comply or stock tips the speaker end is just right there, but there's 1.5ish centimeters of dead space bracketed by silicone, and a lot of midrange and high range sound is lost.
It's a shame, because these are quite comfy once you have them in. Maybe a version with only two flanges would do better, but it is what it is.
These tips were definitely an improvement, at least for one ear.
The tips are very soft. Ordinarily, I hate triple-flange tips as they become uncomfortable very quickly. These tips, described by some reviewers as flimsy, were soft enough to be worn for long periods of time.
The PROs: the rubber tip sealed much better for one ear, isolating better than the OEM bud. This means a perceived increase in volume, the reality being with better isolation, I didn't have to turn the volume up as much, a very good thing. Also, there was a slight increase in bass, given a little fuller, warmer sound. The Tone is not a bass-heavy device to start with (a plus for my listening) and leaky tips degrade the sound of any device very quickly.
The tips fit the Tone perfectly, though they were a little difficult to put on.
The CONs: Though they were difficult to get on, after a few weeks of getting trapped between my shirt and jacket, they would get pulled off if I wasn't careful about fishing them out of my clothing. Possibly some glue, like a rubber cement carefully applied, might solve that problem. This is partly the fault of the Tone itself. The buds are "stored" in the base of the headset when not in use and held in place by magnets. But they are easily pulled out by clothing and end up falling out and sometimes getting trapped in layers of clothing. Again, rubber cement or some kind of non-permanent glue might fix this.
These tips are called Mens Size but I found that they were still loose in one ear, though fit well in the other. In most earplugs or tips, I wear a medium in one ear and large in the other. When tips come in S, M, and L, I get one set of M and one set of L. These weren't large enough. They didn't fit well in one ear or stay in much longer than the OEMs. But the other ear was fine and sound quality was improved.
There are objective and subjective characteristics here so what doesn't work for me may be perfect for somebody else. For me these tips were 3.5 stars or so. If they were a little larger, they would have been 5-star material.
I need some memory foam tips that will fit the Tone.
Sound Quality: Keep in mind these tips WILL change the sound of your earbuds slightly. If you are not an audiophile or do not mess with equalizers at all, then you don't have to worry, you probably wont notice much change. As far as MY experience went with these tips, they slid the entire sound spectrum a few notches higher. for example, Bass was slightly more punchy and precise, Mids were a little more crisp, and highs shined through a little more. This may not be what you want, so just be aware. To be honest this was not exactly what I wanted, because with the SP-51's I can change the sound any time by swapping out the ports on the back, so these tips mean I have a tiny bit less bass even when using my black (extreme bass) ports, which takes away ever so slightly from the only purpose of the black ports. for 99% of you, you wont care, or you will probably think it sounds better though, so don't worry.
The tips are circular, and seem relatively durable. The material that is supposed to create the seal is extremely thin, but have a slightly rough texture. It does not create a good seal at all. The only way to create a reasonable seal is to jam it very deeply into the ear. Not only is this uncomfortable for obvious reasons - because the tip is further up the headphones than other truly compatible tips, the headphones themselves are right up against the ear. This has nothing to do with the size of the ear relative to these tips. Instead, it is the combination of the material and the shape.
I would therefore not recommend these tips. The comply foam tips in my opinion are the best I have tried for these headphones, but because they are not durable they can get quite expensive.
I will be going back to the Klipsch standard replacements.