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Maximum Isolation

Product Description

Made in the USA using proprietary memory foam materials for the ultimate in-ear headphone upgrade.

Comply™ P-series Tips are longer in length and sit deeper in the ear canal. These earphone tips offer the highest level of noise isolation with excellent in-ear retention. 

Best for: audiophiles, performers, and workers in loud environments.

*P-Series ONLY compatible with 100- Core Size Compatible Devices. See Fit Finder if P-series fits your earphones.

Maximum Noise Isolation
Designed with 50% longer length than standard eartips for a deeper in-ear fit to block out maximum external noise. Enjoy music without raising the volume to compensate for outside noise. P-series tips provide more than 2x dB reduction than standard silicone eartips.

Superior Audio Experience
With a perfect ear canal seal, Comply™ tips funnel pure sound directly into the ear. Maximize your listening experience with enhanced bass. Hear music how it is supposed to be heard with all its highs and lows.

Secure In-Ear Fit
Memory foam expands to fill the unique shape of your ear canal, creating a custom, snug fit to dramatically increase in-ear retention. Your IEM's will stay in place.

Body-heat activated memory foam creates an ultra-soft and comfortable listening experience. Comply™ Foam is 30x softer than silicone, reducing earphone irritation and fatigue.


Colors: Black, Platinum

   Small: 14.6 mm ± 0.65 mm (.575" ± 0.025")
   Medium: 15.5 mm ± 0.65 mm (.610" ± 0.025")
   Large: 15.5 mm ± 0.65 mm (.610" ± 0.025")

Width/Diameter of proximal end (end attaching to device):
   Small: 10.9 mm ± 0.50 mm (0.430" ± 0.020")
   Medium: 12.7 mm ± 0.50 mm (0.500" ± 0.020")
   Large: 14.2 mm ± 0.50 mm (0.560" ± 0.020")

Materials: Polyurethane foam, thermoplastic elastomer (all RoHS compliant). Does not contain latex.

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  1. the foam is a little compared to what they have in southern of-a france

    Posted by cdx82 on 17th Aug 2016

    I think that the tips should be bulkier (fatter). I also believe the foam is cheaper. I think comply is using cheaper materials :P

    so I need them to fix this:
    make the inner tube of the foam a little tighter so its rally rally securely..
    make the foam a little fatter and probably a slight increase in length. of course, they would need to experiment with this. I think t he foam should really grab onto the ears but still be vary vary soft .

    thanks comply.

  2. comply hear clearly/professional

    Posted by clive mcgennisken on 5th Aug 2016

    the premium earphone tips are the best I have tried,Iam using the medium size but could use the small fit all you have to do is to convince apple to use these tips and the sound would be just right,Clive.

  3. Best isolation

    Posted by Tony in Osaka on 22nd Jun 2016

    The extra depth of these tips provide great isolation, bettering my custom-fit tips. I only wish it was available in other sizes to fit IEMs with larger diameter nozzles.

  4. Great performance but fit was a little weird

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Apr 2016

    They work really good and the seal is amazing and you hear music in a whole new way. The only complaint would be the fit was a little big and even though the seal was great the earbuds would slip out a little losing the seal and isolation.

  5. Sorry, I can't hear you!

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2016

    My first and foremost reason for using foam surrounds for my IEMs is to block out extraneous noise, whether playing a gig, exercising, or at work.

    The isolation provided by these surrounds is amazing. I had tried custom ear molds three different times, and didn't get nearly as satisfactory results as I do with these.

    Now, having said all of that, you do need to replace these on a periodic basis because over time they tend to lose their sound blocking capabilities (I'm not sure why). However, they're inexpensive enough that I generally swap them out about every two or three weeks. Your results may vary, depending on how much you wear them.

  6. Perfect balance of comfort and inner ear seal.

    Posted by Josh on 29th Jan 2016

    I am a multimedia designer, and avid podcast listener. I have earphone plugged in for a minimum of 8 hours a day, everyday. These tips have made it possible for me to edit/listen to audio without any discomfort during the entire stretch. I love these tips paired with my Etymotic hf5s. I would recommend getting the black foam options. I have tried the white and black, the black foam shows less wear and tear. (wax build up)

    Love these tips, I highly recommend giving them a try.

  7. Great Fit

    Posted by Toni on 29th Nov 2015

    Ordered the P-Series because none of the Shure tips gave me a good seal. These Comply tips worked out great. Sound quality is much better and they are very comfortable to wear for long periods of time. I will definitely order these again when needed.

  8. Best hearing quality

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Oct 2015

    I'm using these Comply tips for about three years now and won't switch to anything else. They fit perfectly and provide best hearing quality. Even in public place they won't let any noise through, even with more silent music. Also, the spectrum of the music is very well equalized, as they won't let any frequency escape. The quality is great, a pack of five pairs lasts for 1-2 years. Can only recommend.

  9. Professional series allows deeper insertion

    Posted by Augustine on 3rd Oct 2015

    This was the first time I ordered the Professional series. They are better than the regular comply foam products because they allow deeper insertion. This allows for better grip and better isolation.

  10. Isolation is no less than perfect

    Posted by Mohammed on 2nd Oct 2015

    I've been using those tips with my Shures SE535 for two years. In terms of isolation, these tips are the answer for that. However, the build quality could have been better, formation of foam needs to be more intact to last longer and to sustain the highest standard of isolation. Perhaps, they need to be improved in order to get less wax-sticky.

    I do recommend these tips for the ones who seek ultimate isolation, they are worth trying.

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