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Comfy tips for a Shure SE215?

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

Hi guys,

I'm looking for comfortable tips with good isolation for the SE215, it MUST be silicon, since I have been using Olive and they just get dirty too easily.


I was looking at the Klipsch oval tips, but have no idea whether or not it will fit.

Also, does anyone have any idea on tips that don't isolate? Basically the idea is to make a IEM to give no isolation, which is ideal for home use.

Thanks in advance!

post #2 of 5

www.complyfoampro.com

 

Tips that don't isolate.

 

Jim

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Originally Posted by skyflux View Post

Hi guys,

I'm looking for comfortable tips with good isolation for the SE215, it MUST be silicon, since I have been using Olive and they just get dirty too easily.


I was looking at the Klipsch oval tips, but have no idea whether or not it will fit.

Also, does anyone have any idea on tips that don't isolate? Basically the idea is to make a IEM to give no isolation, which is ideal for home use.

Thanks in advance!

post #3 of 5
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Originally Posted by skyflux View Post

Hi guys,

I'm looking for comfortable tips with good isolation for the SE215, it MUST be silicon, since I have been using Olive and they just get dirty too easily.


I was looking at the Klipsch oval tips, but have no idea whether or not it will fit.

Also, does anyone have any idea on tips that don't isolate? Basically the idea is to make a IEM to give no isolation, which is ideal for home use.

Thanks in advance!

Monster supertips they come in all shapes and sizes and have great isolation

post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 

Hmm, will the monster supertip fit the SE215?

post #5 of 5
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Hmm, will the monster supertip fit the SE215?

yes you get small adaptors to fitt iem like shure and weston

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