Comply Foam Tips and the Effects of Tip Selection
The Trouble with Tips
Numerous people have asked me to investigate how ear tips affect the frequency response of in-ear monitors (IEMs). Personally, I've not experienced much change in tone when changing from one tip type to another, but I've had plenty of troubles with ear tips in general.
My left ear has a significantly more acute bend in it's ear canal than my right ear. Many times the ear tip bottoms out at the bend and the opening of the ear tip gets pushed against the wall of the canal occluding the opening and muffling the sound. Deep seating IEMs--like the Etymotic ER4P--often will put terrible pressure on the ear canal as it tries to straighten it out, which can be quite uncomfortable. Even custom molded in-ear monitors can be quite difficult to get into my left ear. What I've learned is that getting a comfortable and quality seal in my ears can be quite difficult. I've also learned that with care and experimentation most of these problems can be overcome.
The biggest problem, it seems to me, is that most IEMs come with a limited selection of tips--usually just small, medium, and large round silicon tips. Sometimes one will work, and sometimes not. Fortunately, I've got a pretty big selection of tips lying about and I can usually find one that works. But for most folks, that's not really an option. Enter Comply.
Started in by Dr. Robert Oliveira, Comply is a spin-off from work done at 3M. Dr. Oliveira is a specialist in the human hearing system and has done significant research in the changing shape of the ear canal with mouth movement. He came to the conclusion that dynamic memory foam is an ideal material for ear tips. At this point, Comply has developed a range of tips that will fit most commercially available in-ear headphones.
I've found that the Comply tips are the most reliably comfortable ear tips available, and they provide excellent isolation. But I've also found numerous complaints online about these tips changing the frequency response of the earphones. I thought it would be cool to look into the effects of ear tip selection on frequency response.
The Effects of Tip Selection on Frequency Response
I decided to try three different headphones: the Etymotic ER4P, which seats deeply within the ear; the Monster Turbine Pro Gold, which doesn't sit in the ear very well as it's heavy and rather large; and the Audeo PFE Gold, which is ergonomically excellent and seats at a moderate depth. All these headphones perform fairly well, and I felt they should be responsive enough to give me good data. I measured these IEMs with all the stock tips that fit my dummy head, and the recommended Comply tip for each headphone.
I should mention here that the dummy's ear canals, while acoustically very similar to human ear canals, are not physically like human ear canals. Human ear canals usually have a bend, and not perfectly round in cross section; the dummy ear canals are straight and perfectly circular in cross section.
I think Etymotic has one of the better tip selections available, and I was able to use three different Etymotic tips. In the photo at the top of the page, the leftmost IEM is the ER4PT, and the tips used are below it: the silicon triple flange; the Glider, which is a dense memory foam; the less dense Etymotic memory foam tip, and the Comply tip.
Here are the Left and Right channel frequency response plots with all four tips:
Here we can see in both the left and right ear measurements very little difference in response with the various tips. The notable exception is the triple flange tip which deviates in the very low bass, and at around kHz. The change in the bass response is similar to what is seen with the "main spring" effect on full size, sealed headphones. My guess is that the longer tube of the tri-flange type tip and its greater mass of elastic silicon create a mechanical resonance in the tip that causes the dip.
Monster Turbine Gold
Although these come with a wide variety of tips, I could only find two that would effectively seat in the ear canal of the dummy.
Results of the left and right ear are a little mixed, but it's clear that the triple flange tip results are the most disparate. The Monster triple flange tip is somewhat larger and longer than the Etymotic triple flange, and has less support from the nozzle of the earphone than that of the Etymotic. The Comply tip does seem to slightly reduce the high frequencies above 10kHz, but I would say this is a relatively negligible amount. Certainly not large enough to account for some of the vehement complaints of loss of highs sometimes reported.
Audeo PFE Gold
The Audeo tip selection is small, and only one silicon tip fit the dummy.
Here we can see the Comply tip had no effect on the right channel, and only a small effect on the left channel above 10kHz relative to the stock silicon round tip.
It seems clear to me that the Comply tips are not affecting the sound substantially. In fact, it seem the triple flange tip types are more likely to cause changes in response.
So, the question remains: Why do people complain of Comply tips sounding muffled?
The Ultimate Guide to Selecting the Perfect IEM Ear Tips
In-Ear Monitors (IEMs), are earphones intended to fit into the ear canal for personal music listening. Although they are easy to use, it can be tricky to achieve a comfortable fit and proper noise isolation. Most of the issues can be traced down to a key component that users mostly overlooked – the ear tips.
IEMs come bundled with a pair of default ear tips. It’s increasingly common to find manufacturers throwing in another set of ear tips of varying sizes (often small, medium, and large-sized round silicone and/or foam ear tips) and styles. Most people will experiment with those ear tips to find out what sound and fits the best.
It can be a daunting (and often painful) process to figure out where to start when selecting ear tips. Not to worry, I’ve got some ‘tips’ later in the article!
The ear tip is a very important element that indirectly impacts your music experience. In this article, we will teach you all the ins-and-outs of picking the perfect ear tips while addressing the fit and comfort issues that many run into while using IEMs.
Quick History Lesson: From Earbuds To IEMs
Most early personal audio devices (cassette players, portable CD players, early MP3 players, etc.) were shipped with earbuds – a miniature speaker driver positioned to sit in the outer ear at the opening of the ear canal. Sound quality was typically marginal and many users (including myself) find earbuds to cause discomfort as they do not conform to the natural shape of the ear.
It wasn’t long before the consumer market recognized that IEMs would be a better match to the growing number of high-fidelity portable electronics (iPod, cell phone, etc). IEMs were an opportunity for manufacturers to improve comfort and sound quality playback from the standard earbud. They provide a universal solution for athletes, audiophiles and commuters alike, by reproducing high-quality music playback in the ultimate package: portable, private, and isolating.
Ironically, there are many people who still call IEMs as earbuds. You will see people asking for help with earbuds tips but actually owns an IEM. Hopefully, we have cleared up some of these misunderstandings. There are also people who call ear tips as earphone tips. For the sake of consistency, we will just use the term – ear tips.
Ok enough of the backstory, let’s get down to the first basic concept of ear tips – understanding the different material types of Ear Tips.
Types of Ear Tip Materials
1) Rubber Ear Tips
Rubber ear tips tend to be the hardest tip material but also the least comfortable. Those with skin allergies may also trigger a reaction from contact. Due to these limitations, rubber is seldom used nor recommended as an IEM ear tip material, so we will quickly move on to discuss better options.
2) Silicone Ear Tips
Silicone is chemically inert and unlikely to cause ear irritation. However, some users have reported silicone ear tips as being uncomfortable for long-term use.
If you are using it for exercise, sweat can make the silicone surface slippery, causing the IEMs to move or fall out of the ear. On the other hand, because they are less noise-isolating than foam ear tips, silicone ear tips are a safer choice for runners or anyone in a potentially dangerous environment.
On the plus side, silicone can be cleaned and may offer a more sanitary, long-lived option for users.
Silicone ear tips are available in multi-flange choices (single, double, or triple-flange ear tips in a variety of shapes), which can offer better sound isolation, fitment and comfort options. Multiple flange ear tips may work better with some types of IEMs.
Recommended Silicone Ear Tips
3) Foam Ear Tips
Foam ear tips are widely considered to be the most comfortable option, as they conform to fit the ear canal. They are essentially earplugs with a hole through the center (typically around a stiff rubber tube to allow sound to pass through the foam).
They are known for creating a good seal and fit in the ear, with excellent isolation from external sounds. However, users from enthusiast sites such as Head-Fi often report increased bass (and decreased highs) due to a ‘funneling’ effect of the sound into the ear canal.
Comply™ Foam Ear Tips
The Comply foam tips is one of the most popular foam tips in the market.
These memory foam ear tips create an excellent seal that greatly improves the noise isolation of the IEM. There are certain models of the Comply™ foam tips that even comes with “wax guard” to mitigate build up of earwax in the tubes of the ear tips.
Do Foam Ear Tips Affect Sound Quality?
One common perception of foam ear tips is that it affects the playback frequency response. A good seal can increase bass response during playback, but often with a perceived corresponding decrease in treble response.
This could be affected by the shape of the foam ear tip. Most are made with a stiff rubber inner tube with foam surrounding the tube.
If the foam extends beyond the length of the tube into the ear canal, it is possible that the foam may be deformed and has been partially covered/blocked by the end of the tube.
Careful insertion techniques (squeeze and roll before insertion), or backward installation of the ear tip on the IEM, or even cutting excess foam from the tube may help to eliminate this issue.
Interestingly, measurements done by Inner Fidelity contradict this perception. From their measured results, they found that Comply memory foam ear tips do not substantially affect the sound.
The Occlusion Effect
Having a good seal with your ear tips is great but there is one peculiarity that is not often mentioned. The Occlusion Effect is a phenomenon we experience when talking while our ears are plugged: the unnatural low-frequency sound of our voice that we experience due to bone conduction.
As the ear canal is plugged, sound cannot escape and it gets reflected back to the eardrum causing the low-frequency occlusion effect. This is not a major reason to avoid using IEMs though. If you are new to wearing this type of earphone, it is something to keep in mind.
Recommended Foam Ear Tips
4) Hybrid Ear Tips
Foam stuffed silicone ‘hybrid’ ear tips do exist, but are relatively rare (bundled with some Sony models) and haven’t caught up in popularity like the other types. There are aftermarket versions available if you are curious to try them.
Custom Ear Tips
For much less than the cost of Custom IEMs (CIEMs), there are companies that specialize in creating custom ear tips for your universal IEMs.
Typically this is done by ordering putty from the manufacturer and creating impressions of your ears. Send off the impressions, color choice, and your IEM back to the manufacturer. You will receive a sweat proof, hypoallergenic, antimicrobial tips that fit you (and only you) perfectly in a few weeks time.
Recommended Custom Ear Tips
Comfort and Fit
Achieving the proper seal can be very tricky, if not almost impossible for some folks. Everyone’s ears are unique, and even though they are both on your head, your ear canals are likely not to be exactly the same shape and size; so one size really won’t fit all.
Human ear canals can differ quite a bit, varying in curvature, and in shape of the cylinder, not to mention being asymmetrical (different for each ear). Every pair of IEMs has their own unique structural design. For example, those that are designed to insert more deeply into the ear can put excruciating pressure on the shallower ear canal.
Other factors that impact ergonomics are the weight, length, cable design (over or under ear) and overall size of the IEMs. Unfortunately, some will just be poor matches for particular ears, and you can’t know if they fit you properly until you try them.
Silicone ear tips can last for years, but foam ear tips wear out over time (measurable in weeks or months of usage). Some memory foam ear tips can get somewhat gummy and tacky on the surface and will become contaminated with earwax and dirt with use.
Clean hands and ears will prolong the lifespan, however, the ear tips will inevitably become soiled. Cleaning products tend to disintegrate foam ear tips, and water is generally the only recommended substance to use for cleaning. Consider foam ear tips to be a consumable, and factor in this cost when making purchasing decisions.
How to DIY Your Own Ear Tips
Durability and cost concerns with foam ear tips can be minimized by trying DIY alternatives; typically by cutting bulk disposable closed-cell earplugs to size and making a center hole.
One option to create the center hole is to try a leather hole punch. Alternatively, flattening and then drilling the earplug can create the hole, but this can be inaccurate. Another solution is by soaking the ear tips in water, freezing them solid and drilling through the solid plug. This method requires more preparation, but will likely yield more consistent results.
If old worn out ear tips can’t be recycled for the inner rubber tube, it is possible to try aquarium tubing and cutting it to size.
Several YouTube videos are available to better illustrate some of the techniques mentioned above.
Recommended Ear Plug Options
The Radians Custom Molded Earplugs is a custom DIY option, and although they are intended for ear protection from shooting, sporting events, construction, lawn care, etc., some DIYers have modified the installation process to include fitting each IEM into the putty before the material firms.
How to Properly Insert Ear Tips
Picking the right ear tips is winning half the battle. The other half requires you to wear them correctly.
While silicone ear tips can just be pushed directly into the ear, it may be helpful to try moistening the ear tips before insertion. They are designed to go deeply into the ear canal to achieve the best seal but remove immediately if any pain or discomfort is felt. When inserted properly, the IEMs should feel snug, secure and comfortable.
Foam ear tips must be inserted like an earplug. This attains the maximum seal, isolation and sound quality. The rules for earplugs are applicable to ear tips for IEMs. You can follow the steps laid out by the Center for Disease Control CDC on the insertion of foam earplugs:
Roll the earplug up into a small, thin “snake” with your fingers. You can use one or both hands.
Pull the top of your ear up and back with your opposite hand to straighten out your ear canal. The rolled-up earplug should slide right in.
Hold the earplug in with your finger. Count to 20 or 30 out loud while waiting for the plug to expand and fill the ear canal. Your voice will sound muffled when the plug has made a good seal.
Check the fit when you’re all done. Most of the foam body of the earplug should be within the ear canal. Try cupping your hands tightly over your ears. If sounds are much more muffled with your hands in place, the earplug may not be sealing properly. Take the earplug out and try again.
There are some health concerns to be aware of after extended usage of IEMs. For example, wearing IEMs can increase earwax production for some people, and can be linked to an increase in bacteria production in the ear. In addition, with silicone ear tips, pushing them directly into the ear canal could possibly push earwax deeper into the ear.
Users of IEMs should follow regular, medically approved ear cleaning techniques (earwax removal solutions, removal by a physician, etc. – Not Q-Tips!).
In addition to improved hygiene, clean ears simply hear better; properly cleaning your ears may be the most meaningful audiophile upgrade you ever make.
Due to the naturally warm and moist environment, the ear canal has a higher population of natural bacteria than many other parts of the body. Increased bacteria production in the ear canal is seldom the result of the inserted IEM itself, rather it may be caused by improper cleaning, or by dirty fingers and improper handling of the ear tips.
Another recommended practice is to remove IEMs from the ears for a few minutes after a couple hours of use to allow the ears to rest. Rubber tips are the most likely to cause irritation for listeners with sensitive skin or allergies.
Hearing Damage due to Volume
Any sustained sound over 85 decibels (dB) can cause hearing loss, and many IEMs are capable of delivering in excess of dB inside the ear canal (note: around dB causes pain). At or above dB, damage may be reversed in days, however, if the inner-cochlear cells are damaged, damage to the hearing would be permanent. Remember that lower levels (85 dB and up) will cause damage with continuous exposure.
- 85 dB – 8 hours until hearing damage.
- 88 dB – 4 hours.
- 91 dB – 2 hours.
As per above, the time until the damage is done is cut in half with each 3dB increase in volume. This means that dB causes damage to the ear in 30 seconds. Sustained loud music is an all too common cause of hearing loss, as we tend to listen for extended periods of time at loud (but not painful) levels, especially to those songs or albums we like the most.
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Finding the right ear tips for your IEMs is entirely a matter of personal preference and your own unique fit. There is no magic bullet or one-size-fits-all solution. All too commonly, users literally suffer through using the wrong ear tip, before either abandoning IEMs for headphones or by luck, eventually finding a better match for them.
Follow the “tips” in this article and you should be able to properly (and safely) select and use the ear tip that best fits your ears.
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In a world of blaring sounds and countless distractions, you need earphones that clearly deliver the full range of your audio while blocking out external noises. That’s why we engineered Comply™ Professional P-series Tips. These earbud tips are longer and sit deeper in the ear canal than standard products, ensuring the highest level of noise isolation. Moreover, the unique design and viscoelastic memory foam technology of P-series Tips create a snug, comfortable fit for excellent in-ear retention. If you’re looking for industry-leading earbud tips that shut down external noise and foster smoother, clearer listening experiences, then P-series Tips are the perfect choice.
Best for: audiophiles, performers and workers in loud environments.
*P-Series Tips are ONLY compatible with Core Size Compatible Devices. Use our Fit Finder to determine whether P-series Tips will fit your earphones.
Maximum Noise Isolation
Comply™ P-series Tips are 50% longer than traditional earbud tips, creating a deeper in-ear fit that blocks out a vast majority of external sound. Our foam tips are also ten times thicker than conventional products, resulting in twice the external dB reduction. This innovative feature enables you to enjoy your audio without worrying about outside distractions or raising the volume to compensate, resulting in safer and more comfortable listening experiences. Whether you’re dealing with noisy traffic during your daily commute or need to stay focused on your audio during a performance, Comply™ P-series Tips have you covered.
Superior Audio Experience
Thanks to their unique viscoelastic memory foam technology, Comply™ P-Series Tips create a perfect seal around your ear canal even as it reacts to movement and changes in temperature, funneling pure sound directly into the ear and preventing important aspects of your music from leaking out. The result? Superior listening experiences with enhanced bass. Just be warned: once you’ve experienced your music the ways it’s meant to be heard with all its highs and lows, you’ll never go back to standard eartips.
Secure In-Ear Fit
The dynamic, custom fit created by Comply™ P-series Tips prevents your earbuds from slipping out, no matter how demanding or intense your lifestyle is. Our tips feature % stronger grip than standard silicone tips, resulting in significantly fewer interruptions to your listening sessions. Whether you’re working, performing, exercising at the gym or just jamming out to some of your favorite tracks at home, these tips will keep your earbuds in place. The snug, secure in-ear fit of P-series Tips makes them uniquely suited for active audiophiles and performers who need noise-canceling earbuds with outstanding noise isolation and grip.
Audio lovers of every kind understand how frustrating earphone fatigue can be. That persistent aching feeling makes it impossible to enjoy your music to its full capacity over extended listening sessions. Luckily, with the help of Comply™ P-series Tips, you can regain control of your listening experiences. The memory foam of P-series Tips is 30 times softer than standard silicone, making them 30 times more comfortable than normal earbud tips. These tips create an ultra-soft and comfortable fit that wards off earphone irritation and fatigue for hours on end, allowing you to immerse yourself in the aural bliss of your audio for as long as you’d like.
In-Ear Monitor (IEM) Support
Thanks to their phenomenal sound isolation and memory foam technology, Comply™ P-series tips pair very well with high-end IEMs for musicians. By upgrading your in-ear monitors with P-series tips, you can create a custom fit that offers excellent comfort and the highest level of noise reduction from ambient surroundings. The clarity and sound isolation provided by these tips ensure that you can sync up flawlessly with fellow musicians and catch even the subtlest sounds of your music. P-series tips are compatible with IEMs from a wide range of leading audio brands, including Shure, Westone, Etymotic and Audiofly.
Bring Peerless Clarity to Your Sound With P-Series Tips
When you rely on the limitless potential of audio to entertain and inspire you, there’s no shortage of outside sounds that threaten to pull you away. With Comply™ P-series Tips, you can shut out these distractions for good, utilizing their unrivaled sound isolation to bring clarity and superior quality to your podcasts, albums and every other type of audio that moves you. By combining an ergonomic design with incredibly soft memory foam and a flexible threaded core, our P-series tips deliver superb comfort and maximum isolation, creating a one-of-a-kind listening experience you’ll never forget. Welcome to the future of audio.
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Comply Foam Tip Tx Series with Wax Guard Review
So you bought a set of in ear headphones and you just cant seem to get the right seal, or maybe theyre just flat out uncomfortable. Youve been excited about purchasing those headphones for months only to be let down by something you just cant bring yourself to use due to the comfort or sound quality. Well, there might be a solution to your problem, and one that really isnt all that expensive. Enter the Comply Foam tips for your in ear headphones. Are these things worth their $20 asking price (for the Tx series with the wax guards)? Read on to get my thoughts on these accessories.
So, chances are, if youre like me, you started looking for a way to fix a problem with a set of in ear monitors that you purchased. Either they werent sealing quite right, they just werent sounding great, or maybe they were just plain uncomfortable. Well, for me, the decision that drove me to purchasing a set of these was the fact that the Crossroad Hippo VBs I ordered sounded great, but they created such a compression in my ears that with every little movement I felt a clicking in my ear. The ear tips that were provided with my Hippos created such an air-tight suction that they were literally uncomfortable to wear. They fit perfectly, but unlike most tips that come with IEMs, these didnt seem to allow for any breathing room at all for your ear.
Six month old set on left and new set on the right
So in steps the Comply Foam Tips. First, just so youre aware, youre not paying $20 for one set of tips. Youre actually receiving three pairs of tips. So, that may still sound a bit steep at roughly $7/pair, but after months of owning these tips, I have to say they were worth every penny. Would I spring for the Tx Series with the wax guards again? Im not sure if Ill do that the next time or not, but what I can tell you is at least with the wax guards I dont have to worry about some ear funk getting down into the speakers on my IEMs. The truth is I keep my ears fairly clean, but theres really nothing you can do to keep all the wax from your ears from creeping down into your headphones. If your ears are that pristine, more power to you, but most normal people might appreciate the extra protection that the wax guard provides.
So, how well do these things seal? Well, thats the beauty of the Comply Foam Tips. These things provide an absolutely fantastic seal, without the discomfort my Hippos had with the stock tips provided. The seal is so good, that the I was able to start using my headphones for workouts whereas before theyd
Hippo VB with Comply Foam Tips
consistently fall out about every five minutes. Also, these things seal well enough to block out all but the loudest of sounds. If you find yourself in noisy areas, these will be a great addition to any set of headphones. One of the reasons these tips seal so well is due to the fact that you compress them down, insert them into your ears, and they expand to fit snuggly in your ear canal. Ive never felt any discomfort while using the Comply Foam Tips and that is a major part of why I love these things so much.
How about the sound? Do the wax guards block out any sound? Well, in short, I didnt notice any loss in sound quality. As far as I could determine, the wax guards had no negative impact on the sound coming from the Hippos. The bass was still just as deep and crisp and the mids and highs didnt seem to lose anything. Everything still sounded balanced and full, and the fact that I no longer had the problem caused by the suction of the stock tips, I was able to sit back and enjoy the music.
Compatibility Unless you absolutely know which tips fit your own IEMs, I highly recommend visiting the Comply Foam website as they have a product finder tool that will tell you exactly what you need for your own set of headphones, even if you do plan on buying from Amazon or another third party vendor.
Recommendation If youre even considering a set of these, go ahead and make the leap. You wont be disappointed. From the incredible seal they provide, to the unrivaled comfort, to the extra protection they provide your IEMs, Id have to say they are worth every penny of the $20 asking price. I found for exercise that wearing the Hippos in the over-the-ear configuration with these Comply Tips, they never once came loose and the sound quality is what I expected from one of my favorite pairs of headphones.
Hippo VB with Comply Foam Tip - View of Wax Guard
This is a headphone accessory I can whole-heartedly recommend.
If youve been considering getting a set of the Comply Foam tips and this review helped, please use my link below to make your purchase from Amazon as I will make a small commission. We only recommend products weve used and would buy (or have bought) ourselves. Thank you, and as always, please leave any questions or comments below as wed love to hear from you.
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Comply Introduces New and Improved Comply Foam Tips for Apple AirPods Pro
Comply Foam Tips are engineered with improved foam-core adhesion, precision attachment channels to click onto the device just like stock tips, and a mesh protector to keep the device free of dust and debris. And they're designed to fit in the charging case without interference.
Super-soft memory foam conforms to users' ears for a custom fit that provides all-day comfort and holds earbuds in place during any activity. This memory foam also helps creating a tight seal that changes with the dynamic ear canal to block out distractions and enhance the Active Noise Cancelling feature of Airpods Pro. In fact, Comply provides instructions for users to chose the correct size of earn tips - usually a different size from the adopted silicone original - in order to precisely fit the earbuds.
"Comply Foam Tips are a big win for Airpods Pro users," says Chris Hudson, President at Comply. "The silicone tips that come in the Airpods box are uncomfortable when you're on extended calls, have a long commute, or are simply trying to enjoy some music. And who hasn't had an earbud unexpectedly pop out? Our memory foam tips fit securely in your ear and are comfortable all day. In fact, there are times when I forget I'm wearing earbuds."
Comply Foam Tips are available now for $ for a 3-pair package. For more information Comply Foam Tips Compatible with Apple AirPods Pro. Access the Product page.
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