Excerpt: These light, durable, and accurate ear-canal headphones provide lots of value but are slightly uncomfortable; a significant portion remains outside the ear. They're a good choice for those who won't be adding an amp to their rig.
Excerpt: (1 items) [This review applies to the Shure E2c, Etymotic ER-6, and ER-6i.] These three in-ear-canal models stake claim to the middle ground--in terms of sound quality, noise isolation, and price--between the Sony MDR-EX71 on the low end and the higher-priced Shure E3c and E5c and Etymotic ER-4P. All three block out significantly more external noise than the EX71 and preserve more of your music's natural detail.