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    Shure E3g Earphones
    Author: Talon
    Date Posted:24/05/2006 04:35.25
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: SLCentral reviewed the Shure E3g Earphones, the design is better than the E3c's but what about performance.

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    When Shure rolled out their E3c earbuds in 2004, I was one of the first adopters. And though it took some time playing with various sleeves to get the perfect seal, the ear buds were very much worth the $150. And though the bass was incredible for earphones this tiny, and the sound isolating aspect was impressive, there were a few small aesthetic gripes I had with them. First, the cord was much too long; second, the grey/white color scheme wasn't especially attractive. I must not have been the only one to complain, because just recently Shure has re-released the E3c earbud in a new gaming-styled form: the E3g.

    Official Specifications

    • Sound Isolating Design
    • Speaker Type: Wideband MicroDrivers
    • Lightest Shure Design: Only 0.9 oz (28g)
    • 2-Year Limited Warranty
    • Sensitivity (at 1kHz): 115dB SPL/mW
    • Cable Length: 1.45m (57 inches)
    • Impedance (at 1kHz): 26 Ohm
    • Net Weight: 28g (0.9 oz)

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    1. Introduction
    2. Design
    3. Performance
    4. Conclusion

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