Summary: I consider myself a bit of an audiophile and really appreciate a good sounding system or component (in this case headphones). I wanted them for my various .MP3 players (I tried them out on the new Creative ZEN, Apple iPOD, my Nokia XpressMusic 5310, laptop, and other devices).
Summary: Excellent product! It is like having hi-end speaker sound in a portable way. You will hear subtle background sound that was not there. You have to get used to having the earbud inside. For this model, i have read plenty of reviews. Many complained about not enough bass.
Summary: Looking for something better than the Sony, over-the-ear headphones I was using with my 5th generation 30-gig iPod, I went and tried these out. One of my co-workers had a pair of the Shure E2c headphones that he brought into work and let me try out.
Summary: Literally these arrived just this morning and I am listening as I type. They are awesome! I could not have believed music could sound so good. For the purpose of this review, I will divide up my comments into strengths and weaknesses.
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).
Summary: Most people that would be interested in these buds are people who listen to portable audio devices. I use these headphones with an iPod. It's true they are quite a step-up from the buds you normally get with an mp3 player or disc player and they do make what you listen too sound good if not better.
Summary: The Shure E3c is a cool, if pricey, pair of headphones for portable audio. The sound quality of the Shure E3c is very good, but not mind-blowing. Its midrange is its greatest strength, with very little distortion evident, and very high transparency.
Summary: Pretty good sealed earphones, but a bit pricey. Sound is generally clear, but highs are definitely muted. Sensitivity is good. Isolation from the environment is good, and they come with a wide variety of plugs to fit your ear.
Summary: I just purchased these yesterday to replace the Aiwa earbuds I was using. The Aiwa's being probably one of the cheapest pair of earphones I've purchased(compared to Sony's and Senn's), sounded pretty good..