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    what do they call the little plastic seal thingys that hold earphones in ure ear?
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    Have you got a picture as an example?
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    These things? Earphone buds generally...
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    Anyone got any they can recommend.
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    (Original post by iCiaran)
    These things? Earphone buds generally...
    ^^If that is what you mean Dumachi, they're just called silicone tips.
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    When I lost mine, I just went to HMV and bought the first ones I saw and they didn't make any difference to the sound, I think they're all a standard size so it doesn't matter which you get really...
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    just mine always fall out so was looking for higher quality ones.
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    (Original post by iCiaran)
    When I lost mine, I just went to HMV and bought the first ones I saw and they didn't make any difference to the sound, I think they're all a standard size so it doesn't matter which you get really...
    It's not so much that there's a standard size, rather that the flexy nature of the tips means a bog standard set can be stretched over most headphones. You get some headphones which have tiny "barrels" and others which are pretty massive, my current set of IEMs are really wide for example. That's why more expensive aftermarket tips like Comply Foam come in various sizes, to ensure a decent fit [=
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    (Original post by Dumachi)
    just mine always fall out so was looking for higher quality ones.
    Comply Foam, great comfort and isolation. They can make your headphone's highs feel toned down somewhat, but they're excellent otherwise. They're somewhat expensive, starting at £15 for three pairs, but they're well worth the investment in my opinion. However if you check Comply's website and find that you need the T-100 tips, if you post me a stamp I can post you back two completely unused pairs that I don't need anymore [=
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    Comply Foam, great comfort and isolation. They can make your headphone's highs feel toned down somewhat, but they're excellent otherwise. They're somewhat expensive, starting at £15 for three pairs, but they're well worth the investment in my opinion. However if you check Comply's website and find that you need the T-100 tips, if you post me a stamp I can post you back two completely unused pairs that I don't need anymore [=
    they dont list radioque im looking for some to fit the jazzs.
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    (Original post by Dumachi)
    they dont list radioque im looking for some to fit the jazzs.
    If you contact them they have been known to find out which set would be the best fit, so drop them an email (:
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    If you contact them they have been known to find out which set would be the best fit, so drop them an email (:
    Oh yes i never though of that, i have emailed so we will wait and see.
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    (Original post by Dumachi)
    Oh yes i never though of that, i have emailed so we will wait and see.
    Ok, if they do get back to you, let me know and I can PM you my address.
 
 
 
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