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Shure E3c
5.9 out of 10

Shure E3c

Originally developed for professional musicians, the E3c combine Read more

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Shure E3c's

20 March 2011
  • Conclusion: After being impressed with the Shure E2c's we hoped that the more expensive E3c's would be even better and maybe have a smidgen more bass. Luckily for us they did!
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Review: Shure E3g Headphones

5 February 2007
  • Conclusion: These earphones sound fantastic. They do take some time to get used to and you will have to spend some time finding the right fit for the ear plugs, but after you do they will be great and comfortable.
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Overall 4

Expert Review

10 September 2006
  • Summary: E3c were my first serious headphones, and whilst I loved them at the time, I would not recommend them to anyone now. The best thing about them is the isolation, it's fantastic, and the best I've experienced (not tried ety's).
  • Pros: Fnatastic isolation, strong mids
  • Cons: terrible soundstage, notorious Shure cable quality, expensive
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Overall 8

Shure E3c

PC Magazine
12 July 2006
  • Excerpt: These comfortable ear-canal headphones provide airy, accurate audio response with slightly punchy bass. You can use them with an amp, but they don't need one. Rubber tips block external noise, though not as well as the Etymotic's flanged design.
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Shure E3c

24 May 2006
  • Conclusion: These headphones did many things for me musically. They made me realize that the sounds you normally don?t hear are the best. They also have changed my musical habits in a way, I?ve realized that I play my music loud to try and pick out those subtle details, but with the proper audio equipment I no...
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Expert Review

20 April 2006
  • Summary: - High quality sound - Small and light - Fit well in anyone's ears
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Overall 9

Shure E3G Review

1 January 2006
  • Conclusion: Priced at $179, they don’t come cheap, but your ears will thank you. Shure has listened to the consumers and crafted some of the best canalphones we have had the pleasure of auditioning.
  • Pros: Good sound isolation; strong, accurate bass; sound clarity
  • Cons: Spendy; tough to fit properly
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Shure E3c in-ear headphones

22 May 2004
  • Conclusion: Shure's E3c headphones are comfortable, sound great, and are an excellent value at $179. The E3c is an ideal companion to Apple's iPod, which continues to impress nine months after I purchased it.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

7 November 2007
  • Conclusion: More important is the way the E3c always brought us closer to the music. Playing CDs we've listened to countless times, we were constantly finding new details and gaining further insight into the songs. The E3c is an audiophile's delight.
  • Pros: Not for fans of bass-heavy music, Uncomfortable for some
  • Cons: Pro-style earbud headphones, Effective seals provide ambient-noise isolation, Excellent sound quality, Storage pouch, 30-day money-back guarantee, Two-year warranty
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Overall 7

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
6 September 2006
  • Summary: Bordering on the entry-level, the Shure E3c make a great choice for solid, all around sound.
  • Pros: Sound great for the price
  • Cons: Slow bass
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