Summary: I actually ordered the E2C-N earphones from Ace Photo Digital through Amazon. What I received was these SCL2 earphones. I believe the SCL2s are supposed to be the upgrade or the replacement for the E2C-Ns, as the E2Cs are now discontinued?
Summary: After using these for 3 weeks I can now confidently say that I am thoroughly disappointed with my purchase. My main gripe is the bass response... and I do have them inserted correctly in my ear.
Summary: Never having used in-ear phones in the past I wasn't quite sure to expect. The only other earphone that I have extensive experience with is a vintage pair of Stax SRX-Mk3s. The E2c was the specific model that I was interested in, mostly in part due to Siegfried Linkwitz' study on reference earphones...
Summary: I just got a pair of the Shure SCL2 Sound Isolating Earphones in black and I have to say they sound really good with my iPod and laptop. They don't perform as well as my other set, the Shure SE530's but what do you expect when you compare what $500.00 buys you versus $69.00 or so.
Summary: I just received a pair of these (in a clear styling) that replace a set of e2s I bought a couple of years ago. They're at least as good, and I suspect (as others have noted) that they'll improve somewhat after the break in period.
Summary: I purchased these back in 2010. When I first purchased I didn't realise the cable design was for over the back of the ear. I really wasn't keen on this design for the look and ease of use taking them off etc.
Great, but died after a year and Shure replaced them
A customer, Amazon
19 March 2010
Summary: I bought some of these about a year ago, and they've been great. No discomfort even after extended use inside a crash helmet, and they really do block out external noise as much as (or even more than) earplugs.
Summary: I sing in a rock and blues band i have use many othet ear phones on my monitoring system but these are the best in sound quailty and good value for money. Shure SCL2 sound isolating earphones (black)
Summary: Like most people, I ordered these to replace some older e2C's that had developed cable faults. First impression is the cable, it's thicker feeling but straingly cheaper too! Whereas the older model cable was maybe not so robust, this feels stronger but i'm still battling with the folded kinks, they...
Summary: On opening the case these immediately feel more solid than previous headphones.The cable feels thicker as though it will be longer lasting + doesn't tangle as much as the thinner ones do.The sound is fuller than previous headphones.I only gave it 4 stars because I have to adjust the earphones in my...