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  • davidghettodavidghetto

    Shure E3cPublished on 04/01/05 at 16:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the E3c for a week, so it's still recent trs. However, I am fairly excited about this product that I have to say gives me a good dj pleasure: watching a movie on the plane ... without the noise of the plane! It comes with foam rubber and bits of all sizes for perfect insulation, but what I want to clarify here is that the E3c is compatible with the Optura types pianissimo (silicone molded ear) ds and when they are it brings great comfort.
    I have yet to mix with ssay (I'm dj) but will not be long.
    Anyway this little wonder has great qualities and I think that the report / quality price is right.
    It's solid, there's the small box for storage and transport, there's a record (read!)…
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    I use the E3c for a week, so it's still recent trs. However, I am fairly excited about this product that I have to say gives me a good dj pleasure: watching a movie on the plane ... without the noise of the plane! It comes with foam rubber and bits of all sizes for perfect insulation, but what I want to clarify here is that the E3c is compatible with the Optura types pianissimo (silicone molded ear) ds and when they are it brings great comfort.
    I have yet to mix with ssay (I'm dj) but will not be long.
    Anyway this little wonder has great qualities and I think that the report / quality price is right.
    It's solid, there's the small box for storage and transport, there's a record (read!).
    Importantly: ALWAYS turn the volume down to zero before connecting. This is something that makes me afraid to forget ...

    suite of applications on the shutters Pianissimo is my rponse:
    in fact we talk about dj on AudioFanzine


    Pianissimo is shutters is thermo-molded (silicone) on your ear, so trs tench and just for you and you can put a filter-8dB,-15dB or-25dB,-15dB the being the most linear and powerful enough for comfort up to 100 db, I recommend the above-25db (I use) but they cut the treble a bit so that I push the mids tjs / acute when I play (that is not well :-)
    you to see your usage. has cost 150 when the same pair but it is an investment in the long run if you are often in noisy places (me disco! hell!)

    to return to the E3c, simply remove the filter (be careful not to lose, it's small) and introducing the tip of the E3c in the silicone mold and your headphone is a part of you -same :-)
    trs is enjoyable (well when we got used to the shutters, I was 2 years but ears are made, not aa t tjs the case, at first can be difficult especially if they are ill mold, sometimes)
    it is really isolated from the outside and the sound is clear, it is not clear and stunned like a Walkman headset.

    Pianissimo shutters are in Audika, or center of hearing, or optician Agree hearing. (The + simple) - y 'is everywhere.

    was used on all occasions and coupled with the E3c's really IDAL to listen to music like no one has ever been able to do fawn on the go.
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  • MyluleMylule

    Shure E3cPublished on 04/10/05 at 10:44
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    I use it for 2 weeks (RPET and concerts) with the PSM 400

    This headphone is effective for my use, I did the test that but I'm happy. It is comfortable, does not irritate the ear, it insulates well when it is pushed right sound.

    on the other hand I find it does not take much in the ears, I scne trs active and I have to reposition all the time even in gnreusement gaff with the thread on my back . I still have to test the other ends. At the moment the slide does not fit in motion.

    As I did not know specially in headphones I can not say much about the report qualitprix. This in itself has a cot REPRESENTATIVES but we want to know what ... A poor headphone walkman or above the range .. …
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    I use it for 2 weeks (RPET and concerts) with the PSM 400

    This headphone is effective for my use, I did the test that but I'm happy. It is comfortable, does not irritate the ear, it insulates well when it is pushed right sound.

    on the other hand I find it does not take much in the ears, I scne trs active and I have to reposition all the time even in gnreusement gaff with the thread on my back . I still have to test the other ends. At the moment the slide does not fit in motion.

    As I did not know specially in headphones I can not say much about the report qualitprix. This in itself has a cot REPRESENTATIVES but we want to know what ... A poor headphone walkman or above the range ..

    I think it's a good compromise in the range of Shure E. Sr Although, if I had the budget, I would take the E5 to see if it really so that diffrent a.
    For now I'm happy with my choice and do not regret it. I recommend it for EMI.
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  • berkowilberkowil

    Shure E3cPublished on 12/23/05 at 16:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use these headphones with an MP3 player while playing sports.
    Its quality, it is equivalent to a good HiFi headphones without a headphone as galer shenneiser HD600 (headphones from my hi-fi).
    The sound emitted by the Retailer EC3 is not garish like some mini headphones.
    - Cot Sport.
    Even running the headphones are a good ear. The "ear" rubber are very enjoyable and not afraid to sweat unlike foam ear.
    Headphones certainly expensive but you emmne in other worlds of sound.
  • Sylvain IcebowSylvain Icebow

    Shure E3cPublished on 01/17/06 at 17:27
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    I use the three weeks since E3 soon, and it's a real treat! The "little lack of bass" spoken of many reviews, is corrected by pressing the headset far enough, so trying several tips. Level of sound clarity, even if it does not match my Sony MDR 7505, I find it ... amazing! Of course, it's simple transducer, but I think it's very accurate, notament in the medium. It's better in any case that most Walkman-type headphones.
    I feel very comfortable because the E3 light, and once properly installed, with the nozzle is best for everyone, it fits comfortably in place (small suggestion for those who lose their ear: when you put them, pull the flag of your ear up, and put the mouth wide open, becau…
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    I use the three weeks since E3 soon, and it's a real treat! The "little lack of bass" spoken of many reviews, is corrected by pressing the headset far enough, so trying several tips. Level of sound clarity, even if it does not match my Sony MDR 7505, I find it ... amazing! Of course, it's simple transducer, but I think it's very accurate, notament in the medium. It's better in any case that most Walkman-type headphones.
    I feel very comfortable because the E3 light, and once properly installed, with the nozzle is best for everyone, it fits comfortably in place (small suggestion for those who lose their ear: when you put them, pull the flag of your ear up, and put the mouth wide open, because the ear tends to deform a bit when opening the mouth, and it just move the headset ... yes, I know, it was look stupid a few seconds ...)
    Given its price (relatively low), and knowing that I do not have the means for the upscale Weston, earsonics or ultimate-ears, I think the E3 is a very good acquisition.
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  • crapeaudcrapeaud

    Shure E3cPublished on 03/02/06 at 06:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello everyone,

    I just get this little beast of the internal audio, and personally I was blown away by its sound quality, return and what I like more bass (unlike what seems to be saying ). Indeed for such a small object with a membrane is almost non-existent happens to have a lot of bass ... remains safe to insert it correctly to the best result.
    Question remains, I find it quite a hassle to fit in the ear, it's not unusual that I should put it back. I probably do not use the right atrium or the right way, however I like, but I did not see them .. and therefore notice to everyone, if you know where I can get it would be nice!

    In total I take the bike every day, and it's great, the …
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    Hello everyone,

    I just get this little beast of the internal audio, and personally I was blown away by its sound quality, return and what I like more bass (unlike what seems to be saying ). Indeed for such a small object with a membrane is almost non-existent happens to have a lot of bass ... remains safe to insert it correctly to the best result.
    Question remains, I find it quite a hassle to fit in the ear, it's not unusual that I should put it back. I probably do not use the right atrium or the right way, however I like, but I did not see them .. and therefore notice to everyone, if you know where I can get it would be nice!

    In total I take the bike every day, and it's great, the headphone insonorisatin associated with these membranes cilicones means nothing of the engine, the wind in the headphone, and suddenly you can enjoy the best Portable audio in a vehicle, better than in a car.

    Anyway ... super acquisition
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  • jlchameleonjlchameleon

    Shure E3cPublished on 02/14/07 at 08:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello
    I use the EC3 for a few months, I bought it because of comments dythirambiques but I am a bit disappointed for the following reasons:
    What is interesting about the EC3 is its isolation: perfect for fly or subway.
    By side against sound quality and balance is very average. Well below a PortaPro for acute (normal BP pro is carried up to 25 kHz for 18 against EC3) is really an entry-level stereo headphone.
    That it is better than a headphone Hifi, maybe because he is better than a bad stereo headphones. He can not stand the comparison with Shenneizer HD 535 and beyond and even months with Bayer (I use a DT880 Pro, which rivals my best without electrostatic problem)

    So the EC3: G…
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    Hello
    I use the EC3 for a few months, I bought it because of comments dythirambiques but I am a bit disappointed for the following reasons:
    What is interesting about the EC3 is its isolation: perfect for fly or subway.
    By side against sound quality and balance is very average. Well below a PortaPro for acute (normal BP pro is carried up to 25 kHz for 18 against EC3) is really an entry-level stereo headphone.
    That it is better than a headphone Hifi, maybe because he is better than a bad stereo headphones. He can not stand the comparison with Shenneizer HD 535 and beyond and even months with Bayer (I use a DT880 Pro, which rivals my best without electrostatic problem)

    So the EC3: Good for the metro, but insufficient in the acute and hair metal in the upper midrange.

    Sound quality, I would put 7 / 10 fails because the ankle has a Koss Porta Pro
    Isolation, I will put 9 / 10 because it is truly remarkable.
    Ergonomics, I will 7 / 10 because it was not easy for many to meet the range of sound.

    Voila, it's still a good headphone for the metro ;-)
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