Edit: Even better than S200 tips...
Edited by shotgunshane - 5/24/14 at 9:06pm
So which tips are the best to get then? I'm currently using the Sony hybrid tips medium size on my Carbo Basso. I'm not too fond of double flange tips if that makes any difference. Just want comfort without drastically effecting the sound.
The mh1 tips for me are very warm and bassy. Which is very strange, because they don't seem to seal as tight.
EDIT: Ironically, the tenores really do sound a lot more like the mh1 with the mh1 tips. haha. For me anyway. Not "as" bassy and warm, but definitely more in that direction. I bet these would sound great like this out and about...
So for me the tips go like this: Tenore = reference << Sony = slightly more body and slightly less treble extension << MH1 = Very warm and bassy with slightly lower treble overall (not sure about extension).
In call cases the differences are very small in reality. And in all cases I'm wearing them as in my previous photo.
I put my Mikros up for sale today after A/B-ing them with the Tenore. Very similar that I don't really need both. The Tingo buds resolve as well as the Mikros but don't isolate so the Tenore pushed it over the edge. The Tenore are quite a bit more portable as well.
That's quite the tip post @luisdent! Good stuff though. I look forward to trying out the mh1c tips on the tenores. And the vmoda bliss 3.0 fittings tips. And the UE900 and TF10 tips. And the sony hybrid tips. And the m6 double flanged tips. Might as well throw in the comply tx500 tips. Have I missed any?