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Comply™ Foam Tips P-series offer the highest level of noise isolation with excellent in-ear retention. P-Series tips are made with soft memory foam technology with a tapered shape for maximum comfort.
P-Series Special Features:
Maximum Noise Reduction: By sealing the ear canal against environmental distractions, you can enjoy music without raising the volume to compensate for external noise. Soft Comfort: Your body heat activates this unique breathable memory foam to create an ultra-soft experience, reducing irritation and fatigue.
Stay-In-Ear Fit: Active lifestyles won’t be tripped up by this secure in-ear fit. Comply Foam dramatically increases in-ear retention by expanding to fill the ear canal. Enhanced Audio Performance: Hear your music the way it’s supposed to be heard, with all its highs and lows. Comply Foam seals the ear canal and funnels in pure sound to maximize the listening experience.
Colors: Platinum, Black
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")
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)
Inside diameter of core: Inside of core has special female thread size.
Posted by Bjørnar Hjelmevold on 9th Jun 2014
If you have unusually small and/or crooked ear canals and concha, it can be really difficult to find an in-ear monitoring solution that fits and doesn't cause discomfort. I can't use custom ear molds, because they create too much negative pressure and are painful to remove. I've tried a dozen different types of in-ear monitors and different tips, but using the Comply Foam P-series with Etymotics (I use the ek5's) is the only combination I've tried that fits me without any pain or discomfort.
The crucial difference between the P-series and the other Comply Foam tips, is that the plastic cylinder of the P-series is not just thinner than on the other models, but it's also soft enough to be pressed together and bent during insertion. Now I can finally use in-ear monitors just like everyone else.
Posted by John Hancock on 23rd Sep 2013
Comply P-100's are part of my regular expenditure budget. They are as important and necessary to me as groceries and my mobile phone bill. I will never purchase another brand of aftermarket tips for my Shure IEM's, ever. Fantastic product. Keep making them and I'll keep buying them. Thanks!
Posted by Unknown on 12th Dec 2012
I agree with the other reviewer who mentioned custom ear-molds. i too went that route and the P-series tips are WAY better!
Posted by Alfred on 10th May 2012
I don't own the higher-end IEMs like professional musicians, but I have owned several mid-range ones like the Klipsch S4 and Shure SE215. I have used various tips including the Klipsch Ovals and the Shure Olives. But the Comply P series are simply the best tips I have found thus far. They have outstanding seal and actually situate quite deep inside my ear canal. I have an unusually big and long ear canal, so the olives and ovals (the larges) were too short and loose. At the moment, I am using the P series on my Shure SE215 and they are sounding better than ever. I highly recommend this product to any music fanatics out there!
Posted by Don Chalfy, Rosemount MN on 8th Mar 2012
I purchased the Comply P-Series for use with my Etymotic HF3 In Ear Monitors (same as the HF2 & HF5, but for Apple products) after speaking with the good people at Hearing Components. They offer great customer service, which for me is as valuable as the product itself (bravo).
Being new to IEMs, I found the tips that came with my HF3s to be a bit hard on the ear canal and hard to get used to. After giving them an honest chance, I decided I needed something more comfortable, without sacrificing the quality of sound Etymotic provides.
For Etymotic products, (and other IEMs I suppose) it is crucial to get the device seated deeply into the ear canal for a full bodied sound spectrum, especially in the bass and since I am a professional tubist, bass is my favorite place, not that I am a thump happy bass-head.
The P-Series offers exactly what is advertised; maximum isolation. They are longer, sit deeper in the ear canal than their other models. They are also designed and attenuated to bring out the best one's listening device can deliver. Immediately, I noticed a world of difference in comfort and was pleased to be able to wear them straight out of the packaging for a much longer period than the silicone tips with the HF3s.
Most important to me is the sound quality. Some Etymotic's IEMs have been criticized for thin bass response (in particular) and this is hogwash. One has to use them exactly as the directions say or yes, the performance will suffer. The Comply P-Series and my HF3s give me a truly fulfilling listening experience. I want to hear the music I listen to to be clean and honest. I want to hear all I can on a given recording, whatever the genre. This combination allows me to hear what I've been hoping to hear, moving into the world of audiophile grade products, a well balanced, full sonic spectrum of sound from the lowest to the highest pitches with body, depth, and what has actually been recorded. It is such a joy to hear what I have been missing.
I thank you for an ear-tip that offers such comfort and brings out the best my IEMs can offer. It amazes me and I say keep up the fantastic work. Thank you and being a former U.S. Marine, thank you for your important contribution to our armed forces.
Posted by TN Bass on 29th Feb 2012
Seriously. After wasting money on a set of custom molds that did not fit right(even after sending them back) I purchased the Westone UM2's.
They sound great, and combined with the Comply P tips, I have awesome sound and perfect fit.
I am a bass player so I cannot tolerate a seal that is compromised in any way. Since I am also a vocalist, when I open my mouth, I never have to worry that these will lose seal. They are more comfortable that the hard custom molds, and the noise reduction is more than adequate to ensure I am hearing ONLY my mix and not the sound coming off the stage....
With these and a good set of buds(I highly recommend any of the Westone 2 or 3 driver phones), I don't know why anyone would go to the time and expense of having custom mold earphones....
Posted by Dan Rogers on 12th Jul 2011
I use these on an in-the-ear pilot headset in a fairly loud airplane when I flight instruct. These foam tips reduce outside noise to a very comfortable level, reducing fatigue, allowing me to hear the student and Air Traffic Control effortlessly.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Apr 2011
I have really unusual ears and these are so soft and pliable that they create a perfectly comfortable seal that allows me to wear them for eight hours at a time. I work in a noisy factory and these block out more noise than anything else I've tried.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Apr 2011
I am so glad these little gems are available. I cannot tell you how much easier it makes my work as a transcriber. I am in a busy office with a bunch of women. We all get along, but sometimes that can be the problem because we like to chit chat. These earphones cuts all the noise out so it makes those of us who are not chatting at the moment more focused on our work. Thanks for making such an awesome product!