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Shure E2C In-Ear Headphones - now £28.99 delivered @ Amazon ! £29.99

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Shure E2C In-Ear Headphones - £29.99 delivered @ Amazon ! FREE supersaver delivery. Description : The E2c Sound Isolating Earphones offers to upgrade your portable music experience by giving you… Read More
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Shure E2C In-Ear Headphones - £29.99 delivered @ Amazon !

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Description : The E2c Sound Isolating Earphones offers to upgrade your portable music experience by giving you studio-quality sound with impressive background noise isolation. It has a unique, stylish design with earbuds that are easy to insert in the ears, plus a high energy speaker with a distinct enclosure! Get the Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones and enjoy portable music to the hilt!
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#2
Voted Hot, v v good value for money for these premium earphones.
#3
Voted Hot. Bought these awhile back and must say the sound quality is superb and as for the noise isolating, well, imagine sticking your fingers in your ears and feeling mostly deaf to the outside world....they are like that. Only you dont end up with wax on your fingers afterwards! :)
#4
Can anyone tell me if these really are comfortable to wear? They look a bit awkward! Can anyone compare then to the Sennheiser CX300 ones?
#5
I have always wanted a pair but my credit card took a bashing this month so I hope this price stays a while
#6
They're superior to the Sennheisers in pretty much every way, and very comfortable to wear.
#7
I think they are rubbish, I used to use them on the tube, sound isolation is not that good.

Ok for £30 though.
#8
I have some of these (imported from the USA at twice this price) and the sound quality is stunning if you take the time to get the fit right. The sound isolation is very good which allows you to hear even the quietest passages and nuances in music, even on public transport, and the response is fairly neutral which means they're ideal for classic/accoustic/ambient type listening. With a good quality recording (i.e. MP3 at over 192K, or OGG for even beter quality) I could instantly hear detail which went previously unnoticed (e.g. seperation of the bass guitar and drum, subtle changes to reverb and phasing etc.) The e2cs are the budget model in the "in ear monitor" range, which are widely used by musicians because of ther external sound rejection and lack of colouration. The e3s are even better - but at a price!

Another advantage is that due to the exclusion of external sounds, you can turn the volume down and still hear everything perfectly well. That means the sound pressure levels to which you are subjecting your ear are much reduced, which is less fatiguing and better for your long term hearing.

The only downsides are that you have to get a good seal to achieve proper bass levels (but when you do, the bass is extended, accurate and controlled, not a muddy "boom box" mish-mash you get with other earphones). This means that they are not suitable for wearing in the street as you won't hear that mugger or run-away truck approaching!

Some people also find in-ear phones uncomfortable (in which case I highly recommend the Sennheiser PX-200s). The foam pads are more comfortable than the rubber inserts, but these are a bit fiddly to put in properly and not as easy to clean. However, being Shure, spares are widely available, including replacement foam pads and the more comfortable "soft-flex" sleeves".

I note these are also reduced to £31.99 at iheadphones.co.uk and are around £35 +p&p on eBay, which still makes the Amazon offer a good deal.
#9
I am in need of a decent pair of earphones. Anyone have these at all that would recommend them?
#10
Nice find.....not rock bottom but a good price.

I have the Shure E3c's and they are damn fine, a little delicate though. I'm on my 2nd pair in 2 years and have treated them with respect so no real heavey use. Have invested in the E2c's so can use 'em on a day to day.

Cheers edi!
#11
luvadealme
Ok for £30 though.


Sizzler, these used to be about £70 RRP
#12
ordered. many thanks edi.
#13
Superb earphones, had a pair for nearly a year and they block sound out like you would not believe. Tons of different types of buds included to fit even a rugby players ears! lol

Sound quality is top notch, and for £30 you wont get better. :) Nice find edi
#14
Are they any good for running with??

I have two pairs of sennheisers one sport pair and the other is meant to stick to the ear too, however both keep coming out and they weren't cheap :(
#15
I have had a pair of these for over a year now and I love them, you do have to get the right insert to fit your ear and get used to the way to put them in, use the advise they give with them, but once you have that sorted they work really well, I have used them for running, cycling and inflight etc etc.
This is a good price rep given
#16
I would be _very_ wary of using this type of earphone whilst cycling or running on the road. The isolation is that good that you simply cannot hear anything that is going on around you. Pedestrians and cyclists are vulnerable enough to getting splattered as it is. It only needs one split-second mistake or lapse of concentration (and not necessarily yours) before you're being scraped off the tarmac. Why take the risk?
#17
I have these and they're great. You have to use the foam tips though to get the best out of them which are a bit fiddly. But once they're in they are very comfy and sound great. Im considering upgrading to the e3c which is on amazon for around £60 (they were £120-odd when I bought mine)
#18
Gazmaz
I have had a pair of these for over a year now and I love them, you do have to get the right insert to fit your ear and get used to the way to put them in, use the advise they give with them, but once you have that sorted they work really well, I have used them for running, cycling and inflight etc etc.
This is a good price rep given


If I'm on the treadmill at the gym would these provide sufficient grip to stay in??

Cheers :)
#19
Pretty good price for these earphones but I'm not sure the deal itself is worthy of the mad rating it's getting - they're only a couple of pounds cheaper than other online stores??

(voted hot)
#20
I recently bought Sennheiser CX 300 upon HUKD recommendation..sigh...
#21
very mixed reviews by users on some sites, could it be just people dont spend the time to make sure they fit right?
#22
e2c e3c or e4c?
#23
JUST WAIT FOR A MONTH. THE PRICE WILL GO DOWN STILL FURTHER. REMEMBER SENNHEISER CX300, THEY ARE SELLING FOR FIVER NOW:p
#24
where are they selling for a fiver? They could well be the fake ones talked about at the time of that deal.
#25
evilskanker
where are they selling for a fiver? They could well be the fake ones talked about at the time of that deal.


yeah beware thre are lots of fake high end earphones out there - especially on ebay.

I had a pair of Creative in ear type, as the first pair I had were great but I lost tehm. the replacements I got of ebay were **** so i guess they were fakes.

Voted hot - rep left - and ordered....

EliTom
#26
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B000E6G9RI/

they are selling less than 5 pounds, u got to pay postage though
#27
no guarantee of them being real.
#28
evilskanker
Can anyone tell me if these really are comfortable to wear? They look a bit awkward! Can anyone compare then to the Sennheiser CX300 ones?

the sennheiser ones are ****
#29
seanjames
the sennheiser ones are ****

4 star?
#30
no unleaded is better, 4 star is dead now a days


Northerner
4 star?
#31
awesome. have been using these headphones for about a year now, best pair of headphones i have ever owned, these will never fall out of your ears!
#32
These are apparently some of the best in-ears around. My beloved cx300s have now died to I'd love a pair of these but payday isn't for ages :-(

Maybe I'll buy them anyway :)
#33
Using the E5c's, cost 20 times as much and makes me 100 times as cool.
#34
kmhtkmhtkmht
Using the E5c's, cost 20 times as much and makes me 100 times as cool.

why does it come with air-conditioner:roll:
#35
Just got me a pair of these. Thanks OP. Just hope these will be better than my free ipod ones !lol
#36
I mainly use my mp3 player at the gym. They normally have the radio on there (or some cheesy motown cd) and have it on quite loud which means I have to have my mp3 player on even louder to drown the noise out! Would these headphones be any good for drowning out loud background noise?

Thanks!
#37
Smurf666
I mainly use my mp3 player at the gym. They normally have the radio on there (or some cheesy motown cd) and have it on quite loud which means I have to have my mp3 player on even louder to drown the noise out! Would these headphones be any good for drowning out loud background noise?

Thanks!

Blasting your ears with loud music is not good for your ears.
Next time you go to your gym, take a pair of wire cutters.
#38
Smurf666
I mainly use my mp3 player at the gym. They normally have the radio on there (or some cheesy motown cd) and have it on quite loud which means I have to have my mp3 player on even louder to drown the noise out! Would these headphones be any good for drowning out loud background noise?

Thanks!



Good question acutally...i'd also like to know as such!
#39
kmhtkmhtkmht
Using the E5c's, cost 20 times as much and makes me 100 times as cool.



100x0= 0 :?
#40
Smurf666
I mainly use my mp3 player at the gym. They normally have the radio on there (or some cheesy motown cd) and have it on quite loud which means I have to have my mp3 player on even louder to drown the noise out! Would these headphones be any good for drowning out loud background noise?

Thanks!


I have currently use the Shure E4C as well as a Koss SparkPlug.I bought them for the very reasons you've cited, and can confirm that these types of headphones will definitely drown out the loud background noise. I'm pretty sure the E2C will do the same. If you can't spring for the more expensive models, either the Koss SparkPlug (about £10, delivered) or the Shure E2C will definitely do the job!

I do have to say though, that the Koss Sparkplug shows less noise detail, but is actually much louder than the Shure E4C! I can completely drown out the very loud gym music using less than half the volume on my ipod nano coupled with the Koss, but it takes up to 65% of the nano's volume to drown out gym music using my E4c.

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