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    Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones
    Author: Talon
    Date Posted:19/11/2004 17:47.39
    SLRating: SLRating: 7.5/10
    Bottom Line: At $99 dollars, Shures E2cs are a bit expensive, but make up for it in sound isolation technology and a lightweight design.

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    Sound Quality

    A pair of earphones can look and feel great, but what it all boils down to is their ability to produce audio. While testing the E2cs, I played a variety of music to determine their strengths and weaknesses. From Beethoven symphonies to punk rock, I tested its high treble and bass capabilities.

    What I found was the E2cs were superb in the mid to high range. I listen to a fair bit of R&B, and the clear and balanced audio I got was a welcome surprise. And when listening to a Mozart violin concerto, I did not hear the overly-bright and “biting” sounds that most earphones fall victim to.

    In the lower ranges, the earphones were alright, though I would recommend those who want a strong bass sound to use the foam sleeves instead of the rubber ones. This is because the foam sleeves can fit deeper into your ears, which enable you to get the most bass out of your music. Even so, my Sennheiser HD-series cans outperform the E2cs in terms of bass any day. (Believe me though; you are not going to see me jogging in those!)

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    1. Introduction
    2. Official Specifications
    3. Design
    4. Sound Quality
    5. Sound Isolation
    6. Conclusion

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