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Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones (Clear Headphones) £29.99 Delivered

£29.99 @ Play.Com
* Speaker Type: Dynamic MicroDriver * Sensitivity (at 1kHz): 105dB SPL/mW * Impedance (at 1kHz): 16 Ohm * Cable Length: E2c: 1.57m (62 inches) * Net Weight: 30g (1 oz) * Input Connector: 3.5 mm…
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* Speaker Type: Dynamic MicroDriver * Sensitivity (at 1kHz): 105dB SPL/mW * Impedance (at 1kHz): 16 Ohm

* Cable Length: E2c: 1.57m (62 inches) * Net Weight: 30g (1 oz) * Input Connector: 3.5 mm (1/8") gold-plated stereo plug

Originally developed for professional musicians, the E2c combines Dynamic MicroDriver speaker technology with a sound isolating design to deliver rich, full-range sound while blocking outside noise -- ideal for enhancing your listening experience with portable MP3, DVD, and CD players as well as all other audio sources.

Sound Isolating Technology: The E2c's in ear design works like an earplug to block background noise naturally. This enables you to listen comfortably at lower volumes -- even in loud environments. And unlike bulky headphones utilizing active noise cancellation technology, no artifacts are introduced into your listening experience. Sound isolating earphones are also much smaller and don't require batteries.

Speaker Type: Dynamic MicroDrivers The E2c's speakers are constructed with studio-grade components, producing outstanding audio clarity that allows you to hear your music like never before.
Personal Fit Kit: Because every ear is different, E2c Earphones come with three pairs (small, medium, large) of disposable Foam Sleeves, and three pairs (small, medium, large) of Flex Sleeves to ensure the ideal personalized fit.

Secure In Ear Design: The soft, flexible sleeves in the Fit Kit gently contour the inside of the ear for a comfortable, secure fit so that the earphones don't fall out while you're exercising.

Low-Profile Earphone Cables: The E2c's cables pass behind the ear - out of sight and out of the way -- to provide a more comfortable, discreet fit.

Lightweight Construction: Weighing only 1 oz (30g), the E2c is lightweight and comfortable enough for any portable listening application -- packing a big punch in such a compact package.

Earphones Carrying Case: The E2c comes with a stylish, compact carrying case. The cable spool inside provides a convenient, tangle-free way to store your earphones.


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#1
Why the cold voting for this? I paid 60 quid for these last year so how is this not a good deal?
#2
Cheapest I've ever seen them!
#3
nomad01
Why the cold voting for this? I paid 60 quid for these last year so how is this not a good deal?



They must not know how rubbish the iearphone are that came free with their iPods :giggle: . Bass on the Shure E2c are better balance than the Sennheiser CX300, which I replaced.
#4
Well I've had these given me two years running for a present and I've either taken em back or sold em on eBay cos I was scared of opening a 70 quid box of headphones and finding I hated them! :-) Screwy logic I know.

Anyway... 30 quid is acceptable so I'll be keeping em this time. :)
#5
Great headphones and awesome price, voted HOT
#6
I got these from amazon a few months ago for £28.99, but this seems to be the best price a the minute.

These are great headphones, take the time to get the best type of cup for your ears and they are superb.

Only thing is I can't hear the boss shouting at me (don't know if thats good or bad!) as the sound isolation is so good
#7
Bought some of these about 2 years ago paid around £60 . Quality earphones and at £30 a bargain :thumbsup:
#8
Great price - I too paid £60 for these a year or so ago. I really didn't like them at first because they were uncomfortable to wear until I replaced the plastic ear buds for the ultra-soft rubber ones, which I bought on ebay. Makes a huge difference and I recommend anyone who feels that these are uncomfortable to do the same. Play actually have about 30% off all of the new Shure range of headphones at the minute.

Has anyone got a pair from the new range?

I'd really love a pair of the old e4cs and am cursing missing out on this amazon deal a few months back.
:-(
#9
Fantastic. Heat and rep added....
#10
quality headphones
#11
itsmewoody
I got these from amazon a few months ago for £28.99, but this seems to be the best price a the minute.

These are great headphones, take the time to get the best type of cup for your ears and they are superb.

Only thing is I can't hear the boss shouting at me (don't know if thats good or bad!) as the sound isolation is so good



Ditto but price has increased to £49.95 now so seems we got a bargain :-D Excellent phones btw, like what has been said before make sure you try a few of the buds you get with them to find the best fitting and most comfortable.
#12
Good headphones (once you find the best fitting rubbers/sponges), I'm the same as the other guy, I bought them 3 months ago on Amazon for £29, so not that hot.
#13
They are an awesome set of headphones, just keep the warranty slip.

I've had mine for a year now and the wire that wraps round your ears is nearly broken, due to wear and tear.
#14
are these cans worse, as good or better than the ones bose do? They look a bit strange to be honest and not sure what they would be like sticking out of the side of your head.

Good price but any info appreciated :p:p
#15
I've learned never to buy earphones with rubber cords as they end up transmitting annoying rubbing noises from ones top or practically anything). Grrrr...
#16
orlando08
They're far superior to the Bose...... A friend of mine bought a pair of the Bose and let me try them. I expected to be blown away by them but they didn't even cause a murmer..... far too quiet and the bass was very weak on them..... I own a pair of Shure E3C which are the next ones up from these and they're excellant......:thumbsup:


I think the Bose headphone sound is far better than the E2C's, but you are paying double the price. The clarity on the Bose is absolutely stunning, and the mid and treble are lots better. I think there is definately more bass with the triport, although the E2C's sound isolation is a plus, and enhances the bass.

The E2C's are better than Bose in these respects:

1.) Thicker, better quality cable, which is more durable.

2.) Good sound isolation that the Bose doesn't have, this allows you to immerse yourself in the music, although some people prefer not to have sound isolation as it disconnects you from the world to quite an extent, and you should definately take the E2C's out when crossing the road!

3.)The ear sleeves on the Bose are badly designed and continually fall off and easily get lost, although Bose will send you free replacements, its still a pain in the ****.

4.) They are miles cheaper, I do think the Bose are too expensive even though they sound better

Hope this helps
#17
You guys think these are the best headphones available in the £30 range?

Was looking at them last night, think these are the best possible? Build quality is probably slightly more important than sound quality as they get neglected quite a bit!
#18
Does anyone know if these will fit the Iphone?, they have made the end adaptor narrower (only on iphone)
#19
996tt_stevo
Does anyone know if these will fit the Iphone?, they have made the end adaptor narrower (only on iphone)


Not sure as i've not a iphone to test them on but you could always get something like this to allow any headphone lead to fit. Either that or you send me your iphone and i test it for you, lol. :thumbsup:
#20
Showing as £34.99 now.
#21
asusboy
They must not know how rubbish the iearphone are that came free with their iPods :giggle: . Bass on the Shure E2c are better balance than the Sennheiser CX300, which I replaced.


Thats good to know, I was stuck between these Shure and those Sennheiser 'phones, when I purchased a new pair about 9 months ago. Not looked back though, the Shure E2's really are quality. Block out a fair bit of background noise too.
#22
samc
I think the Bose headphone sound is far better than the E2C's, but you are paying double the price. The clarity on the Bose is absolutely stunning, and the mid and treble are lots better. I think there is definately more bass with the triport, although the E2C's sound isolation is a plus, and enhances the bass.

The E2C's are better than Bose in these respects:

1.) Thicker, better quality cable, which is more durable.

2.) Good sound isolation that the Bose doesn't have, this allows you to immerse yourself in the music, although some people prefer not to have sound isolation as it disconnects you from the world to quite an extent, and you should definately take the E2C's out when crossing the road!

3.)The ear sleeves on the Bose are badly designed and continually fall off and easily get lost, although Bose will send you free replacements, its still a pain in the ****.

4.) They are miles cheaper, I do think the Bose are too expensive even though they sound better

Hope this helps


I normally just browse the Forums here. But I have to intervene. Saying that the clarity of ‘any’ Bose product is absolutely stunning is a travesty on Mankind. Bose is all about the BRAND and really don’t focus on quality!

I have heard enough Bose products to know just how rubbish they are. I was obsessed with getting the Bose Acoustimass 15 system for my home theatre (I was sold on the hype without even listening to them)…..that was until I finally herd them for real in a friends house and I have to say …..well…they were just below average!...tried out Bose QC2 and QC3 and they sound ....Average! not worth the green.

Look here:

http://www.intellexual.net/bose.html

or scour any AV forum, take it from audiophiles (I am not one BTW),

As I said earlier I don’t normally post in forums but I had to do something.

Lets hope this does not turn into a debate between Bose fanboys and Bose bashers.

MonZAA
#23
monZAA
I normally just browse the Forums here. But I have to intervene. Saying that the clarity of ‘any’ Bose product is absolutely stunning is a travesty on Mankind. Bose is all about the BRAND and really don’t focus on quality!

I have heard enough Bose products to know just how rubbish they are. I was obsessed with getting the Bose Acoustimass 15 system for my home theatre (I was sold on the hype without even listening to them)…..that was until I finally herd them for real in a friends house and I have to say …..well…they were just below average!...tried out Bose QC2 and QC3 and they sound ....Average! not worth the green.

Look here:

http://www.intellexual.net/bose.html

or scour any AV forum, take it from audiophiles (I am not one BTW),

As I said earlier I don’t normally post in forums but I had to do something.

Lets hope this does not turn into a debate between Bose fanboys and Bose bashers.

MonZAA



No Highs, No Lows.... Must Be Bose! ;-)
#24
Price has now gone up....
£34.99 Free Delivery


Too slow, damn
#25
YolkiePolkie
I really didn't like them at first because they were uncomfortable to wear until I replaced the plastic ear buds for the ultra-soft rubber ones, which I bought on ebay.


Can you tell me what I have to look out for on Ebay as I've ordered these for an Xmas pressie & know diddly squat about ear buds. Cheers:thumbsup:
#26
the shure website will give you details on retuning the headphones for an overhaul (they will send you a new pair) if the wire/cord is fraying i sent mine and recieved a pair back two days later with another guarantee :)

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