Originally Posted by egosumlux
I have no problems using my MH1BL with the included clip which fortunately enough diminishes microphonics at least by half but I will never condider wearing them looped over my ears they were clearly designed to be worn cable down, moreover, the tips are simply brilliant and if pulled slightly outwards they seal inmediatly and stay in their place I wonder if you could not find any of the hybrid tips suitable for your ear canals
The tips are good but their suction is not enough to keep the earphones in place. If it would be enough, it would not be pleasant to have so much weight pulling on the earphones (and the ear canals). It would be better to have a lighter cable and have the earphones designed to take support from the outer ear. Now the weight of the cable is enough to pull the earphones down to such an angle that the seal breaks. JVC Marshmallows are a good example of a well designed earphone because their shape helps to keep them in place. Also JVC HA-FX67 and Sony XBA-C10 comes to mind. Actually, every earphone that I have is better designed than the MH1 in this regard.
Of course, our ears are probably different and it can be that your outer ears give better support to the MH1 than my ears.
Foam tips probably would be the best choice to help to keep the phones in place but, according to what I have read on this forum, Comply foams won't fit them.