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    1. Shure M97xE High Performance Magnetic
    $31.99 list($49.99)
    2. Shure Pro Microphone System 100WD
    $30.99 $27.99 list($49.99)
    3. Shure Incorporated QSH-4 Cellular
    $20.84 list($29.99)
    4. Shure M92E Hi-Fi/Home Audio Moving
    $20.99 $20.11 list($29.99)
    5. Shure C606W All-Purpose Dynamic
    $36.99 list($90.00)
    6. Shure Wide Groove Playback
    $54.88
    7. SHURE N97XE Replacement Stylus
    $17.14
    8. SHURE N92E Replacement Stylus
    $34.50 list($40.00)
    9. Shure Needle *s/o*
    $179.99 $131.93 list($199.99)
    10. Shure E3c Sound Isolating Earphone
    $59.99 list()
    11. Shure E2c Sound-Isolating In-Ear
    $499.99 $397.84 list($624.99)
    12. Shure E5c Sound Isolating Earphones
    $88.99 list($109.99)
    13. Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones
    $119.95 list($214.00)
    14. Shure E3c in-Ear Monitor Earphones
    $20.16 list($21.99)
    15. Shure Universal Fit 20 Pack Replacement
    $25.99 list($39.99)
    16. Shure Pro Microphone 8900W with
    $11.99 $10.64
    17. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c
    $11.99 $10.64
    18. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c
    $11.99 $10.64
    19. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c
    $10.00
    20. Shure Level Attenuator Listening

    1. Shure M97xE High Performance Magnetic Phono Cartridge

    our price: $57.99
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    Asin: B00006I5SB
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 3644
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    Features

    • The M97xE's extraordinary playback abilities are especially evident in the high frequency range, where audio modulations are concentrated and rapid, and stylus tip movement most intense.
    • Unique Shure Type II low mass thin wall aluminum alloy stylus cantilever, together with a precision crafted, finely polished, elliptical diamond tip, deliver precisetracking ability and flat frequency response
    • Viscous-damped Dynamic Stabilizer maintains uniform distance between cartridge and record
    • When not needed, stabilizer brush can be locked into detent position, for even better sound quality
    • Die cast aluminum mounting block

    2. Shure Pro Microphone System 100WD with Cable, Adapter, Microphone Bag, Holder and Tripod Desk Stand
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $31.99
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    Asin: B000246SKK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 1601
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    Features

    • Designed by Shure, the world's leading professional high-end audio experts for musicians.
    • Easy to use mic system that lets you set up sound quickly anywhere - mic bag, holder, and desk stand included - great for offices, religious facilities, karaoke, classrooms or meeting rooms.
    • Wide frequency response, unidirectional pickup pattern, and high output make vocal performances sound clear and vibrant.
    • Includes 15' (4.5 meters) XLR-1/8" (3.5mm) cable and 1/4" (6.3 mm) adapter
    • Frequency Range -- 50-15,000 Hz; Impedance -- 600 Ohm; Sensitivity ---52 dBV/Pa at 1kHz (Pa=94 dB SPL)

    3. Shure Incorporated QSH-4 Cellular Headsets
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $30.99
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    Asin: B000246XU0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure Incorporated
    Sales Rank: 8095
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    4. Shure M92E Hi-Fi/Home Audio Moving Magnet Cartridge
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00006I5SA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 19156
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    Features

    • Tone Arm Mount -P-Mount with Standard Adapter
    • Cartridge Type -Moving magnet
    • Features -Universal mount
    • Cantilever -Shure Type I - Low mass; Heat-treated aluminum alloy/tubular; 1.0 mil wall thickness/30 mil diameter
    • Polished natural gemstone diamond stylus tip; biradial; side x front radii -0.4x0.7 mil

    5. Shure C606W All-Purpose Dynamic Microphone with XLR Cable and 1/4" Adapter
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $20.99
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    Asin: B00022OFQ6
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 3560
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    Features

    • Designed by Shure, the world's leading professional high-end audio experts for musicians.
    • Great, easy to use mic for karaoke, vocal amplification, and multi-media applications - compatible with most major sound cards.
    • Wide frequency response, unidirectional pickup pattern, and high output make vocal performances sound clear and vibrant.
    • Includes 15' (4.5 meters) XLR-1/8" (3.5mm) cable and 1/4" (6.3 mm) adapter
    • Frequency Range -- 50-12,000 Hz; Impedance -- 600 Ohm; Sensitivity ---52 dBV/Pa at 1kHz (Pa=94 dB SPL)

    6. Shure Wide Groove Playback
    list price: $90.00
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    Asin: B000246SZK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: SHURE
    Sales Rank: 49813
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    Product Description

    The Shure M78S monophonic cartridge is specifically designed for playing wide groove/78 RPM records. The N78S replacement stylus can also be used in any of Shure's current line stereophonic cartridges for the same purpose. ... Read more

    Features

    • 1/2" tone arm mount, moving magnet cartridge type
    • Designed for playing wide groove / 78 RPM records
    • Diamond stylus tip, polished natural gemstone
    • Recommended load: 47 kilohms in parallel with 250 pf
    • Heat-treated aluminum alloy / tubular cantilever

    7. SHURE N97XE Replacement Stylus for M97xE Cartridge

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    Asin: B00008BWM7
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
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    8. SHURE N92E Replacement Stylus for SHURE M92E Cartridge

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    Asin: B000084T91
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 12351
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    Features

    • Dedicated replacement stylus for the N92E cartridge
    • Natural biradial diamond tip teams with the M92E cartridge's tubular aluminum alloy stylus cantilever to accurately trace the grooves of your records
    • Tracking force. 075 to 1.50 grams
    • Optimum 1.25 grams
    • Includes 1 stylus & User Guide

    9. Shure Needle *s/o*
    list price: $40.00
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    Asin: B0002BBND0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: SHURE
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    Product Description

    Replacement stylus for M78S, #232-555. ... Read more


    10. Shure E3c Sound Isolating Earphone Stereo Headphone
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $179.99
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    Asin: B0001NNLHK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 440
    Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    If you're looking to upgrade your portable music listening experience, the Shure E3c sound isolating earphones deserve a serious look. The E3c's offer a level of sensitivity and range that places them in the audiophile tier of earphones and fortunately, Shure has priced them to make this kind of quality within reach.

    In many ways, judging sound quality is all about making comparisons, and when the E3c's are matched against their big brother, the Shure E5c earphones, the E3c's do reveal a noticeable loss of dynamic range and clarity. Of course, the E5c's are worth every penny for those who want to spend more on earphones than they spent on their iPod. The E3c's, on the other hand, come out a clear winner when you weigh their quality and cost.

    Design
    The E3c earbuds are small and easy to insert in the ear-- easier, in fact, than the E5c earbuds, which are larger and less friendly to folks with small ears. The E3c's thin and pliant cords are light and easy to manage. They're also designed to be looped over the back of the ear, but some testers found it uncomfortable and awkward to keep them there. These testers also said they preferred inserting the earphones upside down, letting the cords dangle downwards from the ear to avoid hassles. By comparison, the E5c earphones feature a bendable stiffening material in the section of cable that runs behind the ears, allowing the listener to loop the cables over and behind the ear more securely. It would be nice to see this simple solution added to the E3c earphones.

    Shure did choose to give the E3c's the same gold-plated, 3.5mm input connector as the E5c's. The connector has a low-profile elbow bend to minimize accidental unplugging and snags-- great for laptop and airline users. And just like the E5c's, the E3c's come with a number of earplug "sleeves" packaged in what Shure calls a "fit kit". Our testers had little trouble finding a sleeve that felt comfortable. We especially liked the expanding foam sleeves that, like those foam dinosaurs that grow in water, expand to fit the contours of the ear canal.

    Sound Quality
    As we listened to a broad range of musical genres on the E3c earphones it was hard, once again, not to make comparisons with the E5c's. If you aren't even entertaining the notion of purchasing the E5c's, then make sure you never have occasion to listen to them. Rest easy in the knowledge that the E3c's deliver clear, crisp highs and rich, thundering lows. Delight in the fact that they excel at delivering the celebrated earphone experience; the external world is largely silenced and the music resonates inside your head. Meanwhile, if you are toying with the idea of stepping up to the E5c's, go ahead and give both models a listen. Although the difference between the two is not stark, we immediately noticed that we had to drive the E3c's at higher volume to get the same kind of resonance and fullness the E5c's deliver at a relatively lower volume.

    Comparing the E3c's to the E5c's is a bit unfair, but in many ways, the comparisons revealed just how good both sets of earphones really are. The E5c's represent an extremely high benchmark, and fortunately for those who don't want to spend a bundle on top-quality earphones, the E3c's aren't too far off the pace. We recommend them as a massive upgrade to the standard headphones that ship with most portable music devices.--Joshua Gunn

    Pros

    • Simple, compact design
    • Designed for compatibility with most ears
    • Excellent sound quality at a non-stratospheric price
    Cons
    • Cord ergonomics could be better
    • Lower-quality sound than the E5c model generates unplanned spending urge
    ... Read more

    Features

    • Smallest of Shure E-series Weighing only 0.9 ounce - less than 1 ounce
    • Instead of bulky headphones, E3 wearers get form-fitting earpieces that stay securely inside the ear without uncomfortable headbands
    • Sound isolation prevents outside noise from interfering with the music, and creates a quiet space for exceptional audio clarity
    • The studio grade, low mass, high energy micro-speakers employ balanced armature technology for more efficient output and extended high frequencies
    • Compatible for use with 1/8 inch (3.5 mm) audio output ports

    Reviews (3)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Ok but I agree to much for what you get
    I was expecting sound nirvana as I am a musician and am familar with the Shure brand. I tried every size ear peice and none realy fit. To get a full range sound I had to press them in my ear. If I moved around at all they alwasy came out. Way to much effort. Not worth (...)

    4-0 out of 5 stars high quality - high price
    I have used the E3c earphones for about four weeks, (in addition to two weeks without them). I was hesitant about spending so much for, what essentially, looked like earbuds. My expectations were tempered with other reviewers' comments about unimpressive bass response. When I received them, I was indeed initially disappointed, because to my dismay the left speaker sounded "blown". I could clear up some of the buzz by pushing in on the nozzle. I did send them back to the manufacturer, (the vender only allowed a 15-day return period which I could not meet). I was very suprised to have a new, packaged, replacement set of earphones within days. I'm sure that they were immediately shipped the day my faulty ones arrived. The replacement earphones worked very well. The sound quality of these phones are exceptional. The bass is deep and significant, (but not like a sub-woofer if that's what you're looking for). Instead the bass compliments the music without overpowering it like a sub-woofer. The music's quality is so good it has a 3-dimensional feel, almost like the musicians are in the room with you! As an example, when listening to a guitar instrumental that I've heard many times before, while using the E3c earphones I could now easily hear the sound of fingers moving up and down the strings as cords were played. Somethings that I had not noticed previously. The sound-isolating qualities are also very good. In fact, as good as earplugs to the outside world, which further enhances the music quality. If you can afford them, these are very high quality phones. I chose this model as a compromise... I would love to try the next model up..., which costs three times as much! I am very happy with the customer service/support and the quality of the earphones. I would have given them a five-star rating had the first pair of phones worked properly.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not Enough Bang for the Buck
    I used these for about 3 weeks before returning them. If I didn't know how much I spent on them, I would say they are ok. There is something about spending a lot and expecting a lot. Well, find another pair of earphones, these have a decent sound, mid-range bass reflex and get uncomfortable after an hour of use. They are basically ear plugs with a small driver on the outside. If I paid $40 for these, I would keep them. Anything past that is simply not worth it. That small driver doesn't really compare to a good over-the-ear type headphone set. ... Read more


    11. Shure E2c Sound-Isolating In-Ear Headphones

    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B0000CE1UO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure Incorporated
    Sales Rank: 583
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Shure's E2c in-ear headphones are tiny, lightweight, and designed to sonically outperform most ear-bud-style headphones. The E2c's unique, relatively affordable design comes from Shure's years of collaborating with professional musicians. With high-energy drivers in distinctive enclosures, the E2c produces high-quality sound with excellent isolation from background noise.

    The E2c's speakers are constructed with studio-grade components, producing exceptional audio clarity. Their in-ear design, using supplied flex sleeves, naturally blocks background noise. This permits lower listening volumes in loud environments--critical in safeguarding your hearing during performance or other activities. No batteries or extra equipment are needed for sound isolation.

    Because every ear is different, E2c earphones come with 3 pairs (small, medium, large) of flex sleeves and 3 pairs (small, medium, large) ultra-soft flex sleeves to ensure a personalized fit. These disposable foam sleeves gently compress to fit in the ear canal. Once in the ear, the foam expands to form a tight seal. Once tightly sealed, the sleeves hold the earphones firmly in place.

    The E2c's cables pass behind the ear--out of sight and out of the way for comfort and discretion. Weighing only 1 ounce, the E2c is lightweight and comfortable enough for any portable listening application. The set comes with a soft, stylish, compact, and zippered carrying case, which allows for an easy, tangle-free way to store your earphones.

    What's in the Box
    Earphones, 2 triple-flange sleeves, 3 pairs (small, medium, large) of flex sleeves, and 3 pairs (small, medium, large) ultra-soft flex sleeves (kit 90XC1371, with cleaning tool), a soft carry case (80B8232), a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • Sound Isolating in-ear design - Hear only what you want to hear
    • Portable and lightweight design -weighing only one-ounce
    • Personal fit kit to contour to your ear size
    • Built in High-Energy in-ear speaker technology
    • Enriched studio quality sound used by Musicians worldwide

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad.
    I got these as a present and was initially unhappy with the quality of the output - until I read the manual and realize the special position of the headphones (wiring curled over the ear and behind the head). The tighter the seal with the sponges/earbuds, the more the isolation factor and the better the quality sound. But this puts the speaker tunnel deeper in your ear canal.

    Pretty good on the train and helps the 2 hour daily commute - blocks out most conversations. But certain voice pitch will permeate (bad) and the conductor annoucements are heard clearly (not a bad thing).

    Excellent in the work place but it is a pain to take the buds out then put them back in.

    Overall good for a city person/commuter warrior who is a minimalist and wants to block out the world. ... Read more


    12. Shure E5c Sound Isolating Earphones
    list price: $624.99
    our price: $499.99
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    Asin: B0000CE1VP
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 3075
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Conventional wisdom has long held that bigger means better when it comes to headphones. The thinking has been that a larger headphone isolates and covers the ear, letting it experience sounds more fully. Shure's E5c earphones are on the vanguard of a new school of thought: Tiny is actually better. Shure has managed to cram dual-driver speakers into small earphones that isolate the listener from virtually all background noise. If you don't mind the secret service look, and you're ready to spend more on your headphones than you spent on your MP3 player, the E5c's won't disappoint. In this case, you really do get what you pay for.

    Design
    While the E5c earbuds are larger than other earphone-style headphones, they're still stunningly small. The cord, which includes an inline crossover unit that separates high- and low-frequency signals, is thin and pliant. A bendable stiffening material is added to the section of cable that runs behind the ears, allowing the listener to loop the cables over and behind the ear-- a simple and discreet solution. The gold-plated, 3.5mm input connector has a low-profile elbow bend to minimize accidental unplugging and snags. Shure includes a detachable in-line volume attenuator that controls volume without the need to fiddle with your player or listening source. The attenuator did seem a tad larger than it needed to be and, because it is not built into the E5c cord, it must be plugged in at the end of the cord. More than one tester said, "Why not just change the volume on the iPod instead of this doo-dad plugged directly into it?" A solution that places the attenuator nearer the listener's chest would be a welcome addition, but it's admittedly a minor niggle.

    In an effort to match the earphones to ears of all shapes and sizes, the E5c earphones come with a number of earplug "sleeves" packaged in what Shure calls a "fit kit". Our testers had little trouble finding a sleeve that felt comfortable. We especially liked the expanding foam sleeves that, like those foam dinosaurs that grow in water, expand to fit the contours of the ear canal.

    Lost in Sound
    With the E5c earphones comfortably placed in our ears, we listened to a range of music genres encoded in both music CD and MP3 format. The most common response was, "Wow, I never knew this song had all these other instruments." Indeed, the E5c's have such dramatic clarity and frequency response that we were left wondering how we'd ever listened to music any other way. They're that good. The earphones produce the sensation that the music is actually inside one's head. Bass vibrates the cerebral cortex, high ranges dance in the frontal lobes. While Shure posts impressive impedence and sensitivity ratings for the E5c's, the truth is in the listening and we were simply blown away. In loud, crowded environments such as airplane cabins and teeming Seattle coffee shops, we heard absolutely nothing but music, a sensation that is both eerie and liberating. Anyone who says there is no difference between high-bitrate MP3 and CD audio tracks should strap on a pair of these earphones. The difference is striking.

    The earphones remained comfortable after extended use, especially with the expanding foam sleeves. Listeners with especially small ears may want to give the E5c's a trial run; they are somewhat larger than the other, more affordable earphones in Shure's "E" line. This concern aside, if you have the ears, and the earmarked funds, for the E5c's, you are in for a listening adventure like none other. --Joshua Gunn

    Pros

    • Simple, compact design
    • Designed for compatibility with most ears
    • Did somebody say something? We were lost in sonic bliss.
    Cons
    • Costs more than many things it plugs into
    • May be a tad big for small ears
    • Volume attenuator could be better designed and integrated
    ... Read more

    Features

    • Sound Isolating in-ear design - Hear only what you want to hear
    • Portable and lightweight design -weighing 1.1 ounce
    • Personal fit kit to contour to your ear size
    • Dual high-energy micro in-ear speakers
    • In-Line Crossover to enhance a studio quality listening experience

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!! BEST PURCHASE I HAVE EVER MADE!!!!
    I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say

    is WOW!!!!

    This is probably the best purchase I have ever made.

    This thing is everything I ever expected and more!! It's

    very easy to use as well!

    I have bought other brands before, and this one just

    blows everything else out of the water! I have to say,

    everyone out there who is thinking of buying this, stop

    thinking. I bought it and I am extremely happy with it

    the moment I powered this thing on. YOU ABSOLUTELY

    POSITIVELY CANNOT GO WRONG WITH THIS PURCHASE! I

    GUARANTEE IT!!! ... Read more


    13. Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones
    list price: $109.99
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    Asin: B0000C8CG6
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure
    Sales Rank: 955
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Powerful, high performance audio output in an extremely small format driver
    • One of the lightest earphones available anywhere for portable listening
    • Personalize your earphone fit with either the pair of disposable foam sleeves or the three pairs(S, M, L) of reuseable flex sleeves (all included)
    • Natural noise attenuation permits lower listening volumes in loud, distracting environments
    • Ideal for sports, exercise or any activity where headphones or earbuds may come loose

    Reviews (14)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good travel option for IPod
    I wanted to use my IPod aboard airplanes and in other travel situations. My "normal" headphone are much too bulky and these fit the bill perfectly. Very small (obviously) with a snappy carrying case. The alternate ear pieces are great - oddly enough my ears seem to be different sizes! They stay in my ears even when sleeping (bad habit). Sound deadening is very good - I did not notice the flight attendants attempting to entice me with airline food! Sound quality is quite good (not as good as my full headphones though). Good investment for a traveler or anyone who wants a high performing set of earphones.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Sounds Good
    I'd read a lot of good things about these earphones so I plunked down the hundred to buy them. It was definitely money well spent and they do exactly as advertised. I used them mostly just with my ipod and now I hear things in songs that I never even heard before. I actually went and re-recorded some of my songs at 320 kb and could actually notice a difference. They're also good for using on the tractor as an alternative to earplugs. My only complaints are that they're not AS sound isolating as I thought they would be. I can't hear people talking but I can still hear some of what's going on around me. They work about the same for sound isolating as foam earplugs do. Also, the ear pieces get pretty nasty after a while. But those are just nitpicks for what are otherwise excellent headphones. Definitely the best I've ever used.

    4-0 out of 5 stars READ ME!!!! unbiased review
    Shure's E2c's are 'entry-level' consumer earphones (hence, the 'c') in their line of premium in-the-ear headphones. I recently purchased these at an airport after reading a CNET.com review. As stated in that review, the e2's are designed to be accurate, so dont be expected to be blown away by rattling bass, or sizzling high frequencies - they are just meant to present to you the music that is put into them.

    After a bit of testing with the different sleeves, i found that the medium foam sleeves are the best in terms of comfort AND isolation - oh yeah, these go pretty deep into your ear, or else you won't get any bass at all. Before you turn on the music, everything's muffled - you can still hear anything outside, its just more subdued (some report i read said that they provide about 20 decibels of isolation). When you turn on the music, however, you won't notice any outside noise at all, unless its EXTREMELY loud.

    Remember - if you want some of the best premium headphones on the market, don't need mega bass, and can take care of your stuff, then get these e2's. You won't be dissapointed. I use these with my iPod daily.

    P.S. if you still can't hear quality out of these headphones, either they're defective or you need to encode your music at a higher bitrate - at least 160 for mp3, 128 for aac, and 96 for wma.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing sound from such a small package
    I purchased these headphones because I had read so many good things about them. I ride a motorcycle and wanted something that sounded great on the road. These earbuds are light years ahead of the very uncomfortable normal earbuds that hardly fit in your ear at all. The sound is great, yes, no BOOMING bass, but enough to keep me happy, very alive sound, blocks everything else out. Well worth it, I would do it again in a second.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Earphones Ever
    Ever stopped and thought about how much you love your ipod? Sure you have. After a week of use, you'll begin to develop a similar fondness for these earphones. They block out all exterior noise, they're extremely comfortable, and the sound quality is supreme. These are the best earphones on the market - do yourself a favor and get them. ... Read more


    14. Shure E3c in-Ear Monitor Earphones
    list price: $214.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001FI51U
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Shure Incorporated
    Sales Rank: 1927
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Single Low Mass/High Energy Driver Earphones ... Read more

    Features

    • Transducer Type: low mass/high energy
    • Sensitivity (at 1 kHz): 115 dB SPL/mW
    • Impedance (at 1 kHz) 26 ohms
    • Output Connector: Gold-plated stereo, 3
    • 5 mm (1/8-inch) phone plug

    Reviews (20)

    4-0 out of 5 stars sound fantastic...but i want more
    I got these earphones for $120 from earphone solutions with free shipping, 2-year warrenty, but non-returnable barring defect. I was expecting amazing things and when I first put these in, I was in bliss. I purchased some of the triple-flanged plugs in addition, and though they are hard has hell to get into your ear, they sound about as good as the foamies but last much longer with proper cleaning. I get a good seal, and the bass does sound quite natural, but if you listen to rap or any dance/trance/heavy rock, you will miss the hard-hitting bass. I guess it's a sacrifice one has to make for clear sound in a small package. If I had more money, I would probably get some Seinheiser HD 485 cans for the home or when I crave bass. These phones are really nice, but they are expensive. Just be prepared for a little less bass than you thought you paid for.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous sound balance!
    I have the E3 gray color model and would buy it again (and again)!The bass response is widely reviewed so I won't reiterate all the solutions already spoken for.I'd just say that it makes bass sound like music and not like an artificial mask that drowns the instrumentation.A great test for E3 (and E3C) is to try it with a remastered CD where the original recording was not all processed like a 70s disco hit.Try the 1999 remaster of the famous Benny Goodman Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert.You will hear everything with perfect clarity and balance!! Harry James' trumpet will have a beautiful timbre and Johnny Hodges alto will have that famous tone.Nothing will be sawed off or tinned down.The rhythm on the big band numbers will carry you despite the 1938 year of the recording.These earphones also do the greatest for voices.Listen to an Ella Fitzgerald recording from her Cole Porter or Gershwin Songbooks.The quality is pristine and the nuances of the full orchestration are all there - it's not traded off or manipulated. A general rule of thumb for me, is that if the original recording was done in an old analog technology and generally recorded live in the studio or in concert with limited tracking, and if the performance was good, then the music is there and will sound good with sufficient equipment.Great music sounds good at a moderate or even low volume.Remember how much you loved your Beatles 45s played on non-stereo record players!These earphones sound beautiful at a volume of 10-12 out of 40 on my MPIO 512mb flash memory MP3.On my Panasonic portable DVD, they get all of the sound effects and the spoken voices are crystal clear.For rock music, U2's All You Can't Leave Behind sounds superb! There are lots of thoughtful sounds and guitar workings that come right through that you miss on the radio (in a car or at home).Try Elton John's Madman Across the Water (the album and the song).Levon and the title track sound fresh and brand new.The guitar work that opens the title track is truly haunting and its balance with the orchestra and piano work is dramatic.I'm willing to bet it sounds just like the producers and artists intended.In sum, I think the Shure E3 and E3C is such a great product, I'm rediscovering my whole library.With such consumer satisfaction in all these reviews, it's hard to say something new, except maybe, try them with something old! You'll be thrilled at what you hear and what you've been missing.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good product, but a little expensive?
    So, I have to say from reading forums/reviews across the internet, these truly are great headphones if you can manage the right fit. ONe important thing to note however, is that by and large people are going to try and overcharge for them. Froogle.com was very useful in helping me understand this, and most importantly, it helped me find noonshopper.com, where they have these E3Cs for $127 and 7.50 shipping!!! Unbeatable!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best sound quality available!
    These are the best headphones I have ever heard.They are better than any Bose or Sony headphones on the market.If good quality music and compact design are what you are after, then these are the headphones to buy.No regrets.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Do Not Buy!
    These things are horrible. Here's why:

    1. They hurt your ears.
    2. The sound quality is awful! The music sounds very distant and quiet.
    3. The cord is short.
    4. I can't stand the awkward way in which you must wrap them around your ears.

    Do not buy these headphones. I for one am returning them.

    P.S. It may just be the fact that I am trying to replace a set of Bose headphones. ... Read more


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    • Great, easy to use mic for karaoke, vocal amplification, and multi-media applications - compatible with most major sound cards.
    • Wide frequency response, unidirectional pickup pattern, and high output make vocal performances sound clear and vibrant.
    • Includes 15' (4.5 meters) XLR-1/8" (3.5mm) cable and 1/4" (6.3 mm) adapter
    • Frequency Range -- 50-15,000 Hz; Impedance -- 600 Ohm; Sensitivity ---52 dBV/Pa at 1kHz (Pa=94 dB SPL)

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