Originally Posted by ericeng91
Couple quick random questions. Are Comply tips really that good? What is there advantage over the rubber flanges I use currently (aside from the obvious isolation). Is one recommended over another? I've never tried comply tips, so I can't mention about comfort on my own, but I am speaking more of a sound quality side.
Do Comply tips fit on the f111? Or on any IEM for that matter? If not, is there a way to tell that they won't fit? Another way to word that question is "How do I know what tips fit on what IEMs?"
Edit: Does FitEar have a site? I see their stuff on alo and a couple other sites, but the actualy fit-ear.com site seems to be of IEMs i've never heard of, nor does it hold a database of F111s or F334s.
1) the comply tips are especially useful for those who can't generally stand the fit of silicone tips in the ears. They are generally more comfy .
2) There is usually a tradeoff in sound quality, as the foam that extends past the core of the tip tends to squish the opening of the nozzle like this:
This has been overcome by the newer Ts-x00 series of comply's (the x representing numbers). The core extends throughout the length of the tip, so there is no overhanging foam.
3) Yes, comply tips will fit the F111. You'll want to look at the TS-400 or TS-500 tips to fit the F111's nozzle.
4) Idsync addressed your last question.