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Shure E3c Earphones for $135

MicrophoneSolutions.com now carries both Shure E3 (gray) and Shure E3c (white). Coupon Code F135E3200 is valid for both versions. This coupon is an exclusive offer for iLounge only and it will bring the cost of the E3/E3c from $179 to $135 + shipping (approx. $6)

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1

schweet.

Posted by whoo on June 16, 2004 at 7:06 PM (PDT)

2

Noonshopper still has Shure e3c for $125.00.  They got plenty in stock too.  There is no coupon needed either.  Site admin - take note and update your headline!

http://www.noonshopper.com/?s=product&a=0&_est_=19&pid=48721

Posted by Syd on June 16, 2004 at 8:27 PM (PDT)

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I don’t believe noonshopper has Shure’s standard 2 year warrenty, nor do I believe it has microphone solutions’ flat $10 return fee with no questions asked.

Posted by Egosphere on June 16, 2004 at 10:03 PM (PDT)

4

Richmond Pro Sound has these for mid $130s plus shipping.  Website says $179.00, but call to order and ask for best price.  They are an authorized Shure dealer with full mfg. warranty, and this price is good anytime for anyone - bought mine in February.  Nice folks, talk to Jeff.  [url=http://www.richmondprosound.com]http://www.richmondprosound.com[/url] 804-644-1433

Posted by runningman on June 17, 2004 at 2:29 AM (PDT)

5

Yes, phones can be gotten for a few bucks cheaper at various sites on the web, however, as has been stated, alot of those discounters aren’t Authorized dealers, thus, a few bucks saved could really cost a lot more in the long run. I love my e3c’s. I bought them from another discounter, saved like $6, and though I haven’t had any issues requiring usage of said warranty, I regret that I didn’t buy from a Authorized retailer. Hindsight is 20/20.

Posted by XBarbarian on June 17, 2004 at 4:07 AM (PDT)

6

nice deal…too bad they charge US$30 to ship to Canada…what a rip off…

Posted by styles on June 17, 2004 at 5:41 AM (PDT)

7

Hey, they’re only a million dollars, on sale from a billion.  What a great deal!

Posted by Jeremy on June 17, 2004 at 7:01 AM (PDT)

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eCost, Noonshopper and all the bunch that advertise the E3 for less than $179.00 on theirs websites are NOT Authorized Shure dealers.

Don’t believe me, call Shure at 800-516-2525.

Also try to get it replaced a year and a half down the road. If that’s not worth a couple of dollars then why did we buy an iPod instead of a cheap imitation.

Posted by Jojo on June 18, 2004 at 12:25 PM (PDT)

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