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Comply Tx 500 seem to work best, as they have the added wax filter which helps tame the treble spike. You lose a tiny bit of detail but the overall improvement is worth it.
Having +6 on the iTube brings out a little more smoothness/warmth from the tube
That is the only downside of the Comply tips, the life span is not very long
Got some Comply Ts-100 for the UM Pro30 and I must say they do improve, not warmer like most foam tips, they actually have more sparkle and also tighter lows, I think this is because of the wider tip opening in the canal. They do sound very good with the Comply tips, and also comfort is excellent too.
Just got some Comply Ts 200 and tried them on these, definitely an improvement, more sparkle in the highs and space overall, the lows are a little tighter too. I think it is to do with the wider tip opening. Comfort is great also, as Comply tips are well known for that.
Had a go with the IV yesterday, I personally really enjoyed them, they are less airy and not as crisp as the VI but still sound great and are a very engaging and fun to listen to pair of headphones.
And make sure the iTube is on +6dB buffer.
Comply anyone?
Thanks for letting us know about your experience. The CX-300/400 are very bassy and not to my liking at all. The beyers are more refined and controlled.
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