Ultra-soft foam tips provide superior comfort, enhanced bass response, and a secure stay-in-ear fit
For the ultimate upgrade for your earphones, Comply foam tips are now available for a wide variety of brands, including Shure, Phillips, SkullCandy, V-MODA, Apple, Ultimate Ears, and many more at http://www.complyfoam.com. Comply foam tips provide superior comfort, enhanced bass response, and a secure, stay-in-ear fit. The soft memory foam conforms to your ear canal for a personalized fit every time.
“As innovative new earphones hit shelves, more consumers are becoming ‘everyday audiophiles’ and are investing in add-ons that help personalize their earphones and maximize the quality of the listening experience,” said Robert Oliveira, Ph.D., the biochemist behind the Comply foam technology. “Comfort is an essential consideration for today’s earphone user,” Oliveira said, “and Comply foam tips are 30 times softer than silicone rubber used to make most earphones’ tips.”
Comply foam tips are made from high-tech, viscoelastic polyurethane foam, originally designed for military, aviation, and industrial communication. This passive noise reduction technology minimizes interruptions from the outside world, enabling listeners to “immerse themselves” in their music. Built for today’s modern, active lifestyle, Comply foam tips provide a secure, stay-in-ear fit during any activity.
The complete list of brands for which Comply foam replacement tips are available includes: Apple, Audio-Technica, Centrios, Comply, Creative, Denon, Etymotic Research, Goldring, Griffin, JBL, JVC, Koss, Panasonic, Philips, Race Quiet, Radio Shack, Sennheiser, Sharper Image, Shure, Skullcandy, Solitude, Sony, Trick Audio, Ultimate Ears, V-MODA, Westone, and Zune. Brands and models are updated regularly.
About Hearing Components
Comply foam tips, earphones, and Whoomp! Earbud Enhancers are manufactured and sold by Hearing Components, a 3M spin-off founded in 1990 by Oliveira. The patented technology was developed through several grants by the National Institutes of Health to improve and protect hearing. In addition to applications in consumer electronics, the technology is currently used in hearing aids, military communications, commercial aviation, and in industrial high-noise environments. Hearing Components is located in the Twin Cities suburb of Oakdale, Minnesota.