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Comply Foam (Earphone) Tips Buy 2 Get 1 Free + 20% Coupon

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Comply Foam Tips are currently having a 4th of July promotion - buy 2 (packs of 3 or 5 pairs) and get a third free. You can further apply the 20% discount code.

For example I bought 3 x 3 pairs of T-500 for approximately AU$44.40 shipped, $4.93 a pair.
The cheapest local stock is $9.65 a pair from eBay.

They are available in black, blue, red, and platinum from Comply. Local sellers seem to only have black.

Note: their shopping cart is a bit buggy. In order to get the coupon to deduct the full 20% I had to:
1. Add 2 pairs to cart.
2. Apply the coupon.
3. Add the 3rd pair to cart.

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      • +3 votes

        Cheaping out on earphone tips is like cheaping out on car tyres. Without a good fit, good sound quality is next to impossible.

        I would highly recommend these to anyone who thinks their in-earphones don't fit well or lack bass/clarity.

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    Are these generic fit? I've never bought before.

    I have Harman Kardon AE earphones.

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    How are the quality of these and does wax get caught in there covers? Looks like wax would seep into the holes and be quite hard to get out.

    Also does anyone know the size for QCYQY8s? They don't seem to have any QCYs on the site.

    • +1 vote

      Never had a problem with wax with my TX400's (used with my Meelectronics M-Duo's)

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      They stay good for a couple of months, then they start to break down due to wax and dirt penetrating the foam.
      In my experience 3 pairs will last approximately 6 months, although i do have waxy ears.
      I found they were much more comfortable than silicone tips, and did a good job of cutting out background noise.

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        Yeah I feel I have quite waxy ears, always having to peel it away from the silicone tips.

        3 pairs lasting for 6 months does however seem rather short for what I would think. Being the tightass that I am I would have hoped a pair would make at least 6 months :S

        • +1 vote

          Same experience as poldy and knobbs
          Was surprised how they broke down over time and I even had the ear wax protector types.
          Got em off eBay so who knows how 'Genuine' they were…

          Ear wax issues are a self-fulfilling prophecy really.
          As per this Quora article about the correlation of loud noise and wax production:

          If someone is wearing an in-ear device - such as ear buds or even a hearing aid - this can prevent ear wax leaving the ear naturally and so might contribute to a build up, but it is more likely that this is due to there being a physical barrier than to excessive noise.

          Having said all that, the difference in sound quality can be worth it when you get a good fit.
          I only wear inner ear headphones and struggle constantly with getting the fit right when using silicone tips.
          ESPECIALLY when walking or working out. This is moreso the shape of my inner ears for me though. I've always had issues with fit on my left ear.

          FWIW I got a great deal on these Pioneer headphones back in the Dick Smith days and recommend them with foam tips.
          Wear them everyday and…when I wear sunglasses with my suit…I've been told I look like a secret service agent due to the cord that hangs from the back.

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          @kfuerza:

          So do they come with foam tips or you got some Comply to go with?

          I might give the AliExpress link above a go for some cheaper foam buds to give them a test run before spending ~$50 on some tips

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          @knobbs:

          From memory, the Pioneer's I referenced only come with silicone tips.
          I had some aftermarket 'Comply' tips that I used with them for a little while.
          The foam tips were already on their way out by the time I bought the Pioneer.

      • +1 vote

        How are you guys using yours? My pair lasted me for a year until I felt like replacing them. And I've now moved then to a secondary pair of earphones. I was using the red/blue ones and, aside from their colour wearing a bit, they still worked fine. We're you using them 8 hours a day for them to break down in two months?

    • +1 vote

      Buy the ear wax guard type.

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      You are meant to replace these fairly frequently. They do recommend using a damp towel to clean them but I kinda think that doesn't really help much. Comply do say that you should replace them once every three months or when they become soiled for maximum performance.

      http://www.complyfoam.com/frequently-asked-questions/

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    Damnit, literally bought a set the other day. However, have gone for this; just need to hope my headphones last as all these tips will!

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    I got a pair of trail ones from a previous portable amp deal… no idea where the amp went but the tips are amazing on my piston 3.

    Might get some… cheers OP

    -edit-
    O___O came to $60 aud for me… for three sets of 200 series… might give this a pass

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    Thanks for your instructions, I was only able to get 10% from the coupon o_O

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      Thaaaaaaank YOU!

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      Ditto! Sold!

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      Is it 6 pairs or 1 pair? It says US $6.50 / Pair. But then it also says 12 pcs in the subject and also 6 pair/12 pcs in the description, bit confusing.

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      Are they genuine? Brand name is OEM

      • +1 vote

        I don't know, but despite what the marketing says there can't be that much difference between one foam tip and another foam tip. That said I'm using them on Xiaomi pistons and QCY 8's so if you're spending mega bucks on Shure IEM's then it might make a difference.

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      I do love Aliexpress cheapy items, but I feel like putting cheap degradable foam into your ear canal from a unknown source is probably a bad idea.

      I've used plenty of Comply buds and other than having to replace them, not died yet.

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      thanks. ordered a set. no idea if i really need these expensive foam tips since i've never had any problems with silicone tips falling out. not sure what size i'd need either so buying the cheaper ones is less of a gamble

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    Do they charge shipping?

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    God damnit. Bought two packs of tx500s last week.

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    Any one know if these will fit my RHA ma750i ?

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    Shipping is being added at the end? (USD$9)
    How did you get free shipping?

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      ??
      There was nothing in the op about free shipping

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      I don't think shipping is free

      It's strange, pay via Paypal takes you to pay without shipping, then when you go back, it throws the shipping fee at you.

      Still $46 AUD via Paypal for 3 sets of Comply T-400 shipped to Sydney is pretty good.

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        does that mean if we pay thru paypal it is without shipping and when we go back to the page we have to pay a 2nd time for shipping?

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    Thanks OP, just picked up 15 pairs of the P-Series large tips for $65.67 shipped ($4.38 per pair). Should last me a number of years as I'm not a big earphone user.

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    Hi OP,

    How did you manage to get "3 x 3 pairs of T-500 for approximately AU$44.40 shipped".

    Lowest I was able to get was $32 USD and with shipping it comes out to $41 USD.

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      If you read the OP, all the info is there.

      I don't know how you got US$32 since 2 x US14.99 = $29.98.

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        Sorry, but correct me if I'm wrong but are the T-500s you got the isolation ones?

        Cause each T-500 I'm seeing is $19.98 so x2 $39.98 and got the discount code along too.

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