Triple Flange Sleeves for Shure, Westone, Klipsch and Etymotic (3 pairs)

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Triple Flange Sleeves for Shure, Westone, Klipsch and Etymotic (3 pairs)

Shure EA306 Triple Flange Sleeves (3 pairs) for Shure, Westone, Klipsch and Etymotic.

These reusable, silicone sleeves form a tighter seal than flex sleeves while holding the earphones firmly in place.

The sleeve tube or flange can be trimmed for customization and greater comfort.

Specifications

EATFL1-6 Specifications

Triple flange sleeves made of soft silicone.

Reviews

Triple Flange Sleeves for Shure, Westone, Klipsch and Etymotic (3 pairs) Review by Earphone Solutions

These soft silicone sleeves allow for some customization because either the flanges on the stem can be easily trimmed. They are washable - use baby shampoo.

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49 out of 53 (92%) reviewers recommend this product

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Rating
Nickname
David
Summary
Great for use at the gym
Location
Morro Bay, California
Posted on
6/21/2017
Recommended?
Yes

I use these flanges with my Sure 535's especially at the gym where clanking machines and bad pop music makes this audio environment less than ideal even in workout mode. The flanges to a great job isolating outside noise/music while remaining surprisingly comfortable during my hour-plus workout. These flanges are a great combination of noise isolation and comfort.

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Bruce
Summary
Great noise reduction
Location
Northeast
Posted on
5/4/2016
Recommended?
Yes

I used these with my Shure earphones to keep noise out. I'm a motorcyclist that does long miles and though it's nice hearing the wind and motor, my ears would be ringing for days without protection. These block so much noise I can listen to my Shure's without increasing volume above normal, completely alleviating risk of hearing damage.

Rating
Nickname
Mark
Summary
Works as Expected - quite well
Location
Ossining, NY
Posted on
9/19/2015
Recommended?
Yes

Years ago I had a pair of these with my Westone (or maybe Shure) earbuds. They died years ago and I bought a pair of Klipsch (not great, but not bad). These triple-flange provide the isolation I hoped for that allowed me to get the most of my earbuds. The manufacturer-supplied tips simply aren't as good.

Rating
Nickname
Miken26
Summary
Pleasant Surprise
Location
New York
Posted on
11/5/2014
Recommended?
Yes

Expected to get generic pack of triple flanges -- Was instead pleasantly surprised to find Shure Brand triple flanges. Nice!

Rating
Nickname
Nathan
Summary
Better than foam, and I really liked the foam eartips!
Location
Bolivar, MO
Posted on
9/16/2013
Recommended?
Yes

Decided to try the triple-flange style once and for all, was hooked within minutes! Inserting the earphones is quicker/easier without pinching and prepping the foam tips. Removing can actually be a bit disorienting, but I've begun taking the band-aid (pull them out quickly) approach with better results. I'm especially pleased to know cleaning will be quick and easy. All said, while I really liked comply foam tips, I love the triple flange style. Pros: easy insert/remove from ears easy clean secure fit (even when not fully inserted) Cons: slight disorientation when removing

Rating
Nickname
Jesse
Summary
Klipsch S4 upgrade!
Location
San Juan, PR
Posted on
5/21/2013
Recommended?
Yes

These work great with the klipsch S4 in ear phones those looking for more sound isolation from the S4 should check these out!!!! Pros: Reasonably priced! Cons: None

Rating
Nickname
Andy
Summary
Excellent option for universal fit phones
Location
Iowa
Posted on
1/11/2013
Recommended?
Yes

I've used comply tips for my universal earphones and also have custom fit phones for stage monitors. The universals (UM-2) are used mainly for listening to music vs. as monitors and I've found the complys to be very good but really hate rolling them, inserting and waiting for them to "expand" in my ears to create a seal. These triple flange tips are great for being able to quickly insert the earphones and start listening to music, with excellent isolation from ambient noise. The seem possibly just a slight bit more harsh than the complys but that might be nit picking. I did trim off the last flange and also trim the stem slightly as the UMs should fit fairly flush. Otherwise these tips work great and are fine for comfort, albeit not as comfortable as the complys. Pros: Quick and easy to insert Great isolation from outside noise Very affordable Cons: Not as comfortable as complys but still fine Music sounds slightly more harsh or bright...but not overly so.

Rating
Nickname
Kevin
Summary
Triple Flange Sleeve review.
Location
Chicago, IL
Posted on
7/17/2012
Recommended?
Yes

I do love the foam tips for casual use. However, for a longer distance run the foam tips got saturated with sweat and slipped out. Putting them back in and out of my ear caused moisture to get into the earbud and they cut out. The sound eventually came back, however I was afraid to use them again for exercise - until I tried these. They definitely stay in my ear and I had none of the problems I had before. Had to cut off the smallest tip as suggested by some of the other reviews, but they now fit amazingly and do the job when I'm at the gym. Pros: - great sound isolation. - they stay in my ear during a workout. Cons: - nothing

Rating
Nickname
Carlos
Summary
Triple Flange Sleeve Reviews
Location
Houston
Posted on
6/16/2012
Recommended?
Yes

Fit my Shures great. Had to do some trimming to make them fit my ear (they are now double flange) but I love the sound isolation and they are pretty comfortable. Pros: Sound isolation Fit (after some cutting) Cons: Not the most comfortable

Rating
Nickname
Lorenzo
Summary
Review of Triple flange Sleeves
Location
Cameron Park, CA
Posted on
6/4/2012
Recommended?
No

After reading many positive reviews of the Triple Flange Sleeves I thought I would give them a try. I found them to be very uncomfortable, even after following the recommendation to cut one of the flanges off if they did not fit in my ear well. Not wanting to give up I cut another of the flanges off this did not help. I will admit I have rather small ears so I will contribute that to being the issue. I much prefer the comply ear sleeves.. Pros: Cons: The fit.

Merchant Response:

We apologize they did not work for you. Eartips are very personal because their fit depends on your ear anatomy. Thanks for the feedback.

Rating
Nickname
Paul
Summary
Good For Its Intended Use
Location
Las Vegas, NV
Posted on
5/21/2012
Recommended?
Yes

The triple flange sleeves do what they're intended to do which they do very well in terms of seal and isolation. Like I found with most triple flanges, they do tend to get uncomfortable after very long listening sessions (+4 hours) but that may be more because of my ears. Otherwise they a good product... Pros: Creates a very good seal Very good isolation Cons: Gets uncomfortable after long hours of wear

Rating
Nickname
Don
Summary
Shure Sleeves
Location
Banning, Calif.
Posted on
5/18/2012
Recommended?
Yes

Perfect fit and very comfortable. Pros: Does what it was designed for. Cons: nothing.

Rating
Nickname
Starcruiser
Summary
The good, the bad and the ugly
Location
Dallas, Tx
Posted on
3/1/2012
Recommended?
Yes

I have tried every difference eartips that comes with earphones and bar none, these are the best. They don't slip out, they block out sound and once your ears lose their VIRGINITY, they fit nicely. I have trimmed them up until now, and I have to say I'm still gettin used to the longer tips, but starting to enjoy them enough as to leave them alone. The bad part of them is, getting used to them. But once the honeymoon night is over, it's all uphill from there. The BAD is they have to be cleaned regulary as they will become enlaided with earwax, thus from an appearance standpoint, becomes UGLY enough as to not want to stick it in your ear. Just something else to add to the list of things one needs to do on a consistant basis. But these are worth it. Pros: Don't come out. Great sound. One size fits all. Buds don't accidently fall off of your earphones, thus leaving you stranded. Cons: The need to clean them almost on a daily basis...If you trim them, make it a weekly basis.

Rating
Nickname
CKM
Summary
Not the most comfortable
Location
Singapore
Posted on
12/20/2011
Recommended?
No

I chose these flanged tips as I was unsure of the size of my ear canal size for them. I was also used to stuffing my ears with earplugs of similar design so I thought these may just work. But after trying out the assortment of sleeves and tips provided with my Westone 3s, I found that the Comply P foam tips suited me best. Pros: No much. Will probably only use them when I run out of the Comply P foam tips. Cons: Not as comfortable as I thought they would be.

Rating
Nickname
Ryan
Summary
Great!
Location
Toronto, CA
Posted on
12/19/2011
Recommended?
Yes

Fits my Westone UM1s perfectly. Great seal, comfortable, better than the ones which came with the Westone originally. Great price for 3 sets. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
carson
Summary
Great Seal
Location
maple, ontario
Posted on
10/26/2011
Recommended?
Yes

These tips provide by far the best isolation possible. They did come a bit deformed.(i guess they were either squashed for long time, or just lack of quality control) After some modifications, these are the best tips i have used. Pros: -seal -isolation Cons: -uncomfortable -deformed -may be painful -hard to get perfect modification(for me)

Rating
Nickname
Kim
Summary
Good price, quick service.
Location
Dallas
Posted on
9/12/2011
Recommended?
Yes

Good price, shipping cost not too bad, genuine factory product, quick service. Pros: Genuine manufacturer product, good price. Cons: Nothing.

Rating
Nickname
Michael
Summary
Fast service, item works great!
Location
Ventura, CA
Posted on
8/27/2011
Recommended?
Yes

These are by far the best in terms of being able to create a good seal. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Anjit Bose
Summary
Triple Flange Sleeves for Westone 3, UM2, UM1, Shure SE series, SCL4, SCL5 and SCL3 (3 pairs)
Location
California
Posted on
7/5/2011
Recommended?
Yes

Prompt shipping, good quality product, exactly what I wanted. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Matt
Summary
Needs the two-flange mod, but best out there!
Location
Minneapolis, MN
Posted on
5/31/2011
Recommended?
Yes

I find the three flanges go too far into my ear and hurt. Snip off smallest flange and they're the best IEM ear piece out there! Pros: -Reusable, comfortable once you snip last flange off. -Compliment the clear/white color scheme of my UM1s Cons: -Have to snip off last flange for comfort and to get better bass

Rating
Nickname
richard
Summary
SHURE TRIPLE FLANGE
Location
los angeles, CA
Posted on
2/5/2011
Recommended?
Yes

EXCELLENT flange tips and fantastic shipping by earphone solutions!!! thanks Pros: excellent fit in ear and great product!!! Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Brian E.
Summary
Great Price!
Location
Chicago, IL
Posted on
11/15/2010
Recommended?
Yes

These sleeves are great for Shure 535's - they do get some earwax residue that you'll need to clean, but they fit very tightly and give you great bass response. They were too long for me, so I cut the stems a bit to make sure they fit flush in my ears. Regular shipping too awhile, so if you need them ASAP, don't wait for that. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
robert
Summary
disappointed
Location
nevada city, ca
Posted on
7/11/2010
Recommended?
No

I had hoped that the flange sleeves would be a better/more comfortable fit than the "standard" sleeves. For me, they (the flange sleeves) are too flimsy and light to give me a good fit. The result was that the UM3 didn't sound nearly as good, Also, because the flange are so light, the 3s felt like they would fall out. Pros: nothing, really Cons: read the short review

Merchant Response:

Triple flanges are a LOVE / HATE kind of eartips. They personally don't work for me but we have numerous customers that want nothing but them. It's really a matter of personal preference and individual's anatomy. Some customers also cut the stem shorter and some even cut one of the flanges making them a double flange. But like you pointed out, not for everyone. Thanks for illustrating that Robert!

Rating
Nickname
Jenn
Summary
Great
Location
FL
Posted on
7/5/2010
Recommended?
Yes

I needed a set of sleeves that are just a bit smaller than the soft silicone ones I received with my Shure earphones. My left ear canal seems to be a little smaller than my right so even the smallest sleeve would hurt. These solved the problem. The only thing I don't like is they are white so they discolor very fast. Though they seem to go in and out a lot better too. Pros: Adjustable Cons: Color

Rating
Nickname
james
Summary
comfort& awesome bass
Location
honolulu HI
Posted on
6/5/2010
Recommended?
Yes

use these with the W2 & sony X MP3,I cut the stems so they flush with the big end flange, these tips sound better then the p-standard foams I was using. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
J. LEWIS
Summary
Much cheaper than they used to be
Location
Batitmore, MD
Posted on
5/31/2010
Recommended?
Yes

THE THREE PACK IS CERTAINLY CHEAPER THAN THE INDIVIDUAL PACKAGES USED TO BE, AND A GOOD VALUE TO MY OPINION. THE SELLER IN THIS CASE WAS PRICED RIGHT, HAD A SOLID DELIVERY TIME, AND I DEFINITELY RECOMMEND. NOTHING MUCH TO SAY ABOUT THE PRODUCT - IT'S A TIP FOR SHURES E5 (AND OTHER) IN-EAR MONITORS. I PREFER THE TRIPLE FLANGES SLEEVE TO THE SINGLES, THEY FIT BETTER (IE. STAY IN BETTER) AND ARE COMFORTABLE FOR A NIGHT OF GIGGING. Pros: PRICE, VALUE, COMFORT. Cons: SHURE FINALLY BEGAIN INCLUDING THESE WITH NEW SETS OF PHONES A YEAR OR SO BACK. MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE.

Rating
Nickname
Paul
Summary
Secure fit, a bit uncomfortable
Location
MD
Posted on
3/31/2010
Recommended?
Yes

I use the triple flange tips with my UM-1 earphones for playing keyboards during church services. The triple flange tips fit very securely and seal in the ear well. I have no fear of them falling out as I felt with the short and long Comply tips (less so for the long). Stage noise was blocked very well. For example, I remember one time the drums were too soft in my mix and even though I was directly in front of the set I had trouble finding the drums and tempo among the other instruments in my mix. As I pulled an earphone out, I found that the drum set was quite loud and just how well the stage noise was blocked. These tips are definitely less comfortable than foam tips: The practice was going on for a steady 2 hours, and I had been removing the earpieces frequently to converse with the band. I'm sure the foam tips would've been uncomfortable also but probably not as painful to re-insert. But if frequently removing and reinserting, the flange tips don't need to be compressed and rolled every time they're inserted as the foam tips do. The flange tips tend to bend more while being inserted; ear needs to be pulled a bit sometimes to get them in. So, if you're worried about your ears hurting, you may want to consider foam tips. If you want a better seal, get these. Bad ear wax? These tips can be cleaned easily. Pros: secure fit great seal easily cleaned Cons: difficult to insert uncomfortable for extensive use

Rating
Nickname
RJ
Summary
works for me
Location
Chicago,IL
Posted on
2/14/2010
Recommended?
Yes

Nothing is perfect. I tried all the plugs that came with my earphones and they all have their advantages and disadvantage. I found these to be the best for me. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Jim
Summary
Focused bass response, most comfortable
Location
Murrieta, Ca
Posted on
1/18/2010
Recommended?
Yes

These sleeves are by far better than the foam inserts in nearly every way. - Better low end response more focused bass and more present low end. - Considerably more comfortable than any other insert. - Very easy to remove and replace, much more than the foam inserts. - Can be easily cleaned and reused. - Don't show dirt or collect unwanted gunk. - Don't wear out after short use. Pros: same as review Cons: - Don't isolate or block out ambient sound quite as well as foam inserts do. It's very subtle though. -Trimming the end off to fit my ear was trial and error, and ruined a pair of sleeves. What worked for me was to cut the small end off and being cautious not to cut to close to the corresponding cup. The rubber can be stretched to taunt and when returning to its original shape you can easily cut into the next cup.

Rating
Nickname
liddy
Summary
best for runners
Location
orlando
Posted on
1/2/2010
Recommended?
Yes

These are the only earphones that stay in your ear with the triple flange sleeves. Awesome. The key is the triple flange. you can adjust them in length if needed. But no matter how expensive and high rated my Shures were it is the triple flange that make me love using them Pros: Stay in place Cons: not in black

Rating
Nickname
Billy
Summary
Great Sleeves
Location
Post Oak, Texas
Posted on
12/27/2009
Recommended?
Yes

These sleeves were a Christmas present for my son who need sleeves that would keep out noise. He say that they do a great job of doing that. Pros: Keeps out Noise comfortable Cons: none

Rating
Nickname
roy
Summary
Great!
Location
New Jersey
Posted on
12/4/2009
Recommended?
Yes

Excellent. Most comfortable tips, and I have tried them all. Pros: comfort for long listening. Great seal. Cons: Only three pair in package.

Rating
Nickname
Gabriel
Summary
Triple Flange Sleeves for Westone 3, UM2, UM1, Shure SE series, SCL4, SCL5 and SCL3 (3 pairs)
Location
Quebec Canada
Posted on
11/13/2009
Recommended?
Yes

Exactly what the title says.Good quality and great sound insulating. Pros: -Great outside sound insulating -Adapts to your ear canal -Sound quality conserved. Cons: -Heavy use leads to the the material to soften and/or misshapen -Quickly dirty

Rating
Nickname
Matthew
Summary
Triple flange sleeves
Location
New Zealand
Posted on
9/29/2009
Recommended?
Yes

(Purchased these with the UM2 earphones) I have to totally agree as others in previous reviews noted the UM2 standard foam plugs are left wanting. I removed the 2 smallest cones to allow a better fit so it is just a matter of "trying them on for size" and adjust as needed. Highly recommend these. Pros: *Customizable *Good noise suppression *Comfortable to wear over long periods Cons: None aware of

Rating
Nickname
Keith Kingsburgh
Summary
Triple Flange Sleeves
Location
USA
Posted on
6/4/2009
Recommended?
Yes

Used the Triple Flange Sleeves on Westone UM2 and they are far superior to the foam plug supplied with the earphones. They sit comfortably in the ear after a minor adjustment, removing the first flange, and isolating sound extremely well. A must buy. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Wesley
Summary
Great ear tips
Location
San Mateo, California
Posted on
5/25/2009
Recommended?
Yes

I use them with my UM3X. They isolate well. I recommend them to people with large ear canals. The tips can be shorten for a shallower fit. They retain both treble and bass quite well. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Craigo
Summary
triple flange sleeves
Location
Posted on
3/9/2009
Recommended?
Yes

If you like this sort of feel in your ear then don't hesitate. My 23 year old daughter who knows everything said but my ears are so small those will never work. I insisted she give them a try and to please humor the old man. I have not seen a smile on her face so angelic and innocently blissful since she was little. Then it was" I forgot you do know some stuff dad". Back to my review, I remember when the classic rock was new music, so to hear stuff isolated so well you can almost see the needle moving on the record during the first listen, yea. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Paul Thornett
Summary
Triple Flangle Sleeves
Location
Posted on
2/17/2009
Recommended?
Yes

I get outstanding sound from these sleeves, but only after removing the topmost flange. They actually sound better than the custom-built ear-pieces I had made a few years ago - more bass, more comfort! Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
yvonne
Summary
best ive heard so far
Location
Posted on
2/4/2009
Recommended?
Yes

i have the um1. i already wore out the foam ear plugs it came with i replaced them with the triple flange sleeves. i cut the tips off of them as was suggested and they work better than the foam plugs. they stay in my ears thru running and all my exercizing. i would recogment these if your using your headphones while your working out. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
DON
Summary
"FINALLY"
Location
Posted on
1/5/2009
Recommended?
Yes

I OWN WESTONE UM2 AND V.MODA VIBES. I RETURNED THE BOSE. NEVER GOT THE SOUND OR COMFORT I READ ABOUT OR KNEW I SHOULD GET WITH EITHER FOAM OR RUBBER UNTIL THE TRIPLE FLANGE SLEEVES. WHAT I DID WAS CUT OFF THE SMALL THIRD FLANGE. NOW A PERFECT FIT WITH THE PERFECT SEAL AND PERFECT SOUND. "FINALLY" Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Phillip Dimor
Summary
Perfect (for me)!
Location
Posted on
12/31/2008
Recommended?
Yes

I use these with my Westone UM1s. Many people on headphone forums recommend cutting the smallest tip off and cutting a bit of the stem/stalk off (thus turning these triflanges into biflanges). I find them extremely comfortable, DURABLE, and they isolate me from everything. The comply foams are too small for my ears and fall out, even the long/regular ones. These stay in. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Frank Casali
Summary
Not happy at ALL
Location
Posted on
12/22/2008
Recommended?
No

these sleeves are terrible. I would not recommend them to anyone. Going back to foam sleeves for my westons!!!! Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Craig
Summary
Perfect
Location
Posted on
12/19/2008
Recommended?
Yes

I use these flange sleeves with my UM2's at the gym. I cut off the smallest flange and this makes the perfect combination for me. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Jack
Summary
Another Level
Location
Posted on
7/14/2008
Recommended?
Yes

What an improvement over the foam tips that felt like a dry fat finger in your ear. Never did get used to the feeling. These glide in and and ooze bass with aplomb. I may never take my Westones off. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
tab
Summary
These Rock
Location
Posted on
11/17/2007
Recommended?
Yes

Don't mess with foam ever again. These go in much easier. Trimmed them up to fit and they sound excellent. Much more comfortable . I have the UM-1s. Thanks so much. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
PHIL
Summary
FOR A PERFECT FIT
Location
Posted on
9/21/2007
Recommended?
Yes

After fighting for months with the sponges provided with my UM-2, these puppies are the perfect solution and fit.They need to be cut front and back for a customt fit and Voila! Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Hans Sweden
Summary
If they are to long
Location
Posted on
3/13/2007
Recommended?
Yes

Just use a pair of sharp scissors and snip off the top/smallest flange. Invert the top/smallest flange for an easy and more precise cut. Then trim the stem so it is paralell with the bottom/biggest flange. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Stu Cook
Summary
good fit, big bottom
Location
Posted on
2/1/2007
Recommended?
Yes

These buds have more bass than the foamies, and are more comfortable, too. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
figorski
Summary
Location
Posted on
4/8/2006
Recommended?
Yes

How do you have to put them on? They are too long for my ears Do I have to cut them? Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Jeff Sanders
Summary
Location
Posted on
1/7/2006
Recommended?
Yes

These also fit the Koss "Sparkplug" and "Plug". These stay in the ear MUCH better than any of the Koss tips. Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Anissa
Summary
Location
Posted on
7/12/2005
Recommended?
Yes

These are very comfortable, even for smaller ears. I love them! Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
Chris Edmonds
Summary
Location
Posted on
6/3/2005
Recommended?
Yes

These are comfortable to wear for HOURS, and provide great isolation and bass (Shure E-3's thru my iPod) Pros: Cons:

Rating
Nickname
David Gross
Summary
Location
Posted on
4/29/2005
Recommended?
Yes

Great, better than headphones and perfect for what I want them for. Pros: Cons:

Question & Answers

Questions on Triple Flange Sleeves for Shure, Westone, Klipsch and Etymotic (3 pairs)

Questions on EATFL1-6

13 Questions  |  13 Answers

Q.

Are these available in Black?

asked by Joe M

A.
Tech Support answered:
Unfortunately these are only available in white.
Q.

Are these large or small. I have had both sizes from you.
Also, $25 is a lot of shipping. Can they be sent to Japan cheaper by airmail?

asked by John

A.
Tech Support answered:
These are quite long but customers usually trim the stem to fit their needs.

We can ship them via Mail but there is no insurance and no tracking with that option.
Q.

Can these be attached to the earplugs that came with iphone?

asked by viswa

A.
Tech Support answered:
No.
Q.

Will these fit the older Shure E3 earbuds?

asked by Billy Jones

A.
Tech Support answered:
Yes, they will :)
Q.

Does it suit Westone 4r?

asked by Alan

A.
Tech Support answered:
Yes, the triple flange fits the W4R.
Q.

Do They Come In Black

asked by Bill

A.
Tech Support answered:
No, the triple flanges only come in white.
Q.

Are these really the EA306 version and not the EATFL1-6 version? I ask because a lot of places are listing the EA306 but then shipping the EATFL1-6 which are more opaque, a different material and noticeably smaller.

asked by Peter

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Tech Support answered:
We purchase these directly from Shure. The packaging states: "Triple Flange Sleeves; For All Shure Sound Isolating Earphones (Except E2, E2c, E2g, SE102, SCL2, i2c, QuiteSpot). EATFL1-6." This is the new SKU that replaced the EA306.
Q.

Are these the same triple flanges that are shipped with the UM3x-RC? In my ears, the included triples offered the best bass response, but the narrow port attenuated the higher frequencies. For high frequencies, the complys or olives worked better. I have been using the longer complys because the longer tips seem to have better bass, but the soft complys are not quite as good in the low frequencies and don't last as long as the triples. If these triple flanges have a bigger diameter opening than the ones that come with the Westones, I would like to try them.

asked by Tad S

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Tech Support answered:
These are manufactured by Shure but they are the same size/diameter as the Westone ones.
Q.

Would these be considered large or medium sized? I am looking for the large.

asked by Domanic

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Tech Support answered:
These are triple flanges - they only come in one size. And since you can "customize" them (trim one of the flanges either at the top pr at the base) it is not possible to label them with a size.
Q.

Are these a large(prefered)? I'm not talking length,I'm talking about the flanges themselves. And what is the stem opening size?

asked by Domanic

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Tech Support answered:
These only come in one size and they are compatible with Shure and Westone models (these share the same nozzle size). Unfortunately we are not able to provide the specs of this product at this time.
Q.

How much are the shipping costs to Brazil (the cheapest one with no insurance or tracking)?

asked by Gerizaldo

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Tech Support answered:
Dear Gerizaldo,

Unfortunately we no longer ship to Brazil. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Q.

Do they fit the Etymotic Ety.Com headset?

asked by Keith

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Tech Support answered:
It is possible for them to be compatible - even if the nozzles are not the exact same size, the silicone on the sleeve can be stretched. Unfortunately we can't guarantee it.
Q.

Will these fit my 9 year old Westone UM2?

asked by Christopher

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Tech Support answered:
Yes, these are compatible with all Westone models.