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Shure E Series Earphones at Discounted Prices

iLounger David has found that the Pro Audio SuperStore is offering Shure E Series earphones at heavy discounts with free shipping. These prices are substantially lower than what Shure is offering on its own website.

  • Shure E1 Earphones $201.55 $139.00
  • Shure E2 Earphones $110.00

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    These discounts don’t really seem that huge.  Pretty much every retailer out there is selling E2Cs for $79.

    Posted by Chupacabra on October 17, 2003 at 2:20 PM (CDT)


    The minimum price anyone can advertise them for is $79. I hear that the minimum price is going to $99 soon. But for now, it sure beats Shure.

    Posted by David on October 17, 2003 at 2:43 PM (CDT)


    I got my E-2’s for $76.00 total. It’s a pretty sweet deal,and if you factor in tax and shipping,it’s a totally sweet deal. I can’t wait to get my hands on the E5’s one day when I get some money.

    Posted by Christianicononev.2 on October 17, 2003 at 6:50 PM (CDT)


    Are they any good?

    Posted by Jon on October 17, 2003 at 7:39 PM (CDT)


    I can only give you my recommendation.I did a lot of research on them,before I bought the E-2’s. They sounded good out of the box,but the key is to “burn” them in,figure out if the foam or silicone buds work for you,and play around with the seal.
    I have been recommending them to my friends,and wouldn’t hesitate to buy again.
    There’s a thread that has a review of them that you may want to check out-in fact,I used the postings in making my decision.

    Posted by Christianicononev.2 on October 18, 2003 at 12:57 AM (CDT)


    What is the difference between E2 and E2C?

    Posted by AC on October 18, 2003 at 10:17 AM (CDT)


    e2 = e2c; the only difference is that the former retails for $79 and has documentation geared towards professionals, while the e2c costs $99 and has documentation geared towards consumers.

    just get the e2. it’s the exact same hardware.

    Posted by orange on October 18, 2003 at 11:55 AM (CDT)


    Where are some more places you can buy these headphones? Places that ship to canada?

    Posted by nick954 on October 18, 2003 at 4:28 PM (CDT)


    That will ship to Canada, won’t they?

    Posted by Dave on October 19, 2003 at 10:50 PM (CDT)


    I just received my new shure E2 earphones today and to say they sounded like crap is to insult crap. Horrible, horrible, horrible sound. Absolutely no frequency range. By comparison, the ipod earphones sound like studio monitors. If E2s require burn-in to come to life, I will be amazed considering how awful they sound of the box. I can only assume they are defective. Anyone else had a similar experience?

    Posted by output555 on January 9, 2004 at 8:51 PM (CST)


    output555: I would call Shure. It has to be defective or are you an Apple employee trying to move their new earphones???

    Posted by dave on January 10, 2004 at 9:21 AM (CST)

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