Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones

Undeniably, Shure produces the most sought after audio electronics. Albeit expensive, their earphones line are highly popular among professional audio producers and audiophiles. In the sub-$100 category, the E2c model is catered to the consumer market.


The E2c sound isolating earphones are tiny, weighing only one ounce. For a personalized fit, the earphones come with “flexing sleeves” to contour to your ear size. These include (small, medium, large) flex, ultra-flex, and foam sleeves. In addition, the package includes a compact zippered carrying case for easy storage.

I’ve been using the E2c earphones with my 5th generation iPod and I find it to be quite impressive. The E2c produces outstanding clarity and rich sound. On the down side, the bass response in these cans is somewhat lacking. The in-ear design effectively block out background noise – enabling you to listen at low volumes.

Is the E2c worth the price? Well, for $40 (sale price) with free shipping from Amazon, absolutely. The normal price can run anywhere from $50 – $100. If you need an affordable headphones without sacrificing quality, I recommend the Sennheiser open-backed PMX-100 as it receives rave online reviews. Overall, I’m pretty happy with the purchase. This is the first Shure product I’ve ever bought and I can assure you its brand and performance do go hand in hand. For more photos of these pair of cans, check out the gallery.

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