Hey all, this is my first post here so... woo.
Okay, so I recently got a pair of Sony MH1C and they're pretty outstanding. I'm using them, however, in an office that I'm sharing with nine other graduate students and the stock tips don't really do it for me in terms of comfort OR isolation. When I put these things in, I don't want to be able to hear anything short of a fire alarm. Right now I'm using Meelectronic M6 double-flange tips, and they're too big--when I pull the headphones out of my ear, the tips stay in.
I was looking at getting some Comply foam tips, but MH1c isn't listed on the Comply website or fitting guide, and the only other comments I've found are "the 400s and 500s are too big." Can anyone give me an idea of the size necessary for these, or maybe some replacement tip recommendations? I'm not married to the idea of Comply tips specifically, but any foam tips should work.
PS Yes I'm aware that many people are of the opinion that foam tips can dampen the highs. I found this article (http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/comply-foam-tips-and-effects-tip-selection) which says that actually they're fine, as long as they're done properly.
PPS I swear I hear a difference when using these things directly from my laptop vs through my desktop amp at home (http://www.amazon.com/Pyle-PTA2-2x40W-Stereo-Amplifier/dp/B0013CDZDI/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1357331905&sr=8-9&keywords=pyle+mini+amplifier)... the difference is subtle but significant. Am I hearing things, or is this hobby going to slowly bankrupt me?