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I got these off of scam azon: Comply Isolation Plus Memory Foam Earphone Tips for Sony, Replacement Noise Reducing Earbud Tips with WaxGuard, Comfortable Secure Fit (Medium, 3 Pairs). If you don't know your ear size you can get the mix pack.
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Nice. Good info. Many reviews said it made the sound worse but I'm not sure I'd notice since I'm no audiophile.

I had some different foam tips and just felt like they never worked well. The comply get such good reviews I may have to give them a try
They sound pretty good to me with the foam tips. Also, they dont fall out of my ear while I am walking anymore compared to trying what came with them.

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Which Comply tips did u get? I'm willing to risk killing mine with sweat but don't want them to fall out when I 'jog'
Comfort 400 but I am thinking of trying their default for the XM3.
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Rule of thumb for me is to always buy headphones at bestbuy and get the geek squad warranty. Especially anything over $100. Ive used it like 10+ on all my headphones and bestbuy price matches. Although they wouldn't price match this but in general
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Which Comply tips did u get? I'm willing to risk killing mine with sweat but don't want them to fall out when I 'jog'
Comply has a model specially for these
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I got this one refurbished but returned. Kept falling even with just walking or doing basic work. Tried different tip sizes but no luck. Jabra 65t worked for me.
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I own a pair of these. For me, they sound great for listening to music. Call quality, outdoors, has not been acceptable to me. I can hear perfectly during phone calls, but at the other end, my listener does not hear me well. I've never tried making a call indoors with them.

Also, consider ear fatigue from wearing them. I wouldn't want to wear them all day. I think it's fatiguing for me because their weight is supported by my ear canal and they're not feather light. I got my own ear bud tips for them, because i have small ear canals and they wouldn't fit in my ears.
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got them from amazon warehouse for 105$ like new condition. or u can get it around 85 for acceptable .
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These had unacceptable call and bluetooth connection quality despite the updates (Feb 2020) and trying various setup configurations (no app, with app, no NC, with NC). The gain is also improperly tuned and not adjustable, meaning every noise gets picked up even if the source is quite far away. I am not surprised these fell almost 50% because they were not worth close to the sticker price.

The sound quality for music only (not call quality) was great, but similar to other top end models I tried.

I ended up returning this pair (Sony's), the jabra 75t's (left earbud white noise issue), and the new sennheiser momentum buds (hard time understanding what people were saying). Between these three, the Sony's were the worst. I finally ended up settling on the new Apple AirPods Pro (I tried to avoid Apple initially) and have almost no complaints.
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For those looking for the sound and ANC quality of these but for activities that risk sweat damage, Sony just released the WF-SP800N model. They're not on sale yet as they're too new but could be an option for those willing to fork out $200.
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I have these from the previous refurb deal. Overall great earphones if you want ANC. However I would recommend controlling the ANC yourself rather than having it auto adjust. The ANC settings are very odd. For sitting ANC is minimal with Voice Focus. However if I am exercising the ANC is set to max. Shouldn't it be the other way around. Just turn it off and you won't have to deal with the cutoff when it switches modes.
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Any know these vs liberty pro 2 for sound quality? I've got the pro2 and very good sound
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Reset and updated firmware. I still get sound cutoff occasionally on some android devices, and I've also been told the mic quality is rough from people on the other end.

ANC is pretty good and can drown out a white noise machine by my bed. Haven't tested on airplane yet cuz covid but that's really why I bought them.

Going to grab some t400 comply tips because the foam ones they come with are quite poor
How do I reset these?
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Could you change the original price. I don't know what it says $300. That is not true, the original price was $229, although most places have it for $199.
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These headphones are actually the bomb if you have loud annoying parents or roommates. If you're playing lo-fi or rain, they're on par with the Bose QC25s or Sony WH-1000XM2s. I've done some controlled volume tests with a video running in the background to compare how much sound gets blocked, and it's essentially the same for me, and I think even slightly better than the over-ear headphones. They won't have that massive soundstage and clarity you'd expect from Chi-fi IEMs or good over-ear headphones, but they're quite solid. Battery life is quite good as well, and with 3 extra charges, it beats out my Galaxy Buds.
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Anyone tried using these connected to PC? Wondering if latency becomes an issue when watching YouTube or Netflix. I read into low latency Bluetooth connections some and wondered if I just needed to go with RF connection headphones instead.
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