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maloryp's review

By maloryp, 24/02/2008
For over a year now I use the headphones E2, in semi-regular use (on average 6-7 hours per week) on stage and in rehearsal.
For the use I make (no need for stereo, not heavy usage time), I am totally satisfied.

His side, that's fine. No breath, and excellent soundproofing. So, I'm protecting the eardrums of his strong acoustic instruments, the returns of foot bath, and even its facade. And I can adjust the sound volume at a low.
Convenience, not bad. First, they are placed very well in the ear, and hold up very well, thanks to the tips of different sizes. The silicone tips are much more comfortable to wear than the foam sleeves, and it does not heat the ear. Moreover, it is more hygienic, and E2 can be cleaned easily.

In short, after a short adjustment period to get used to the ears monitors, now I can not live without !!!!!!
For the model as "low end" of the series, well it's really an excellent price / quality ratio.
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The dark crash's review

By The dark crash, 26/08/2006
I use it for over a year in repeated (I'm drummer). On stage I still prefer the real return block pushed!

I find the sound very decent for the price. I hear very well my bass player!

on the other hand, for insulation ... The frequencies are not all aténuées the same level. I also use the caps (without headphones) custom made with filters that reduce all frequencies at the same level (-25dB). When I go to E2, I hear the difference right away: I hear my snare bottom, to the point where I feel I play it ten times stronger than the other. So it seems that a certain portion of the midrange frequencies in less reduced.

Comfort: bah now I think it depends on each one. Of course I expect it to return to the comfort of my custom plugs, but then to be as bad! The smallest of the foam tip is too big for me. I certainly have very small ears! Obviously this problem is not everyone.

For € 100, I think we can hardly do better.
I certainly do it again this choice.
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LeXall's review

By LeXall, 11/10/2005
- How long have you use it? for two weeks

- What is so special that you like most and least? discreet light and comfortable. For me it goes well in the ears. I use the tips in using mouse (like earplugs). For now I repeated with battery, back with the sequences, guitar and vocals. It's great! I plug it directly into a power play. The mix of my return I did with the mixing desk using an auxiliary output! You choose EVEN WHAT YOU WANT!

- Have you tried many other models before buying it? not impossible.

- How would you rate the quality / price? for now I do not try another headphone like that, but the style is the cheapest. (Playback pay at € 99) but for now I'm super happy!

- With experience, you do again this choice? ... YES!
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bioman666's review

By bioman666, 01/02/2005
Sound: It is good trs, trs net Retailer finally widely suprieur that can offer a pair of standard Earphone ...

Insulation: trs good, little balls quis equivalent prs (long live the scientific REFERENCE!)

Comfort: Yeah, almost. It is the only default. has not hurt, but if I could do without it, I will. In fact, I do. I only use them when I have to sing (there's a story bizare phase which I can not hear my voice when I approach the microphone, which unfortunately is Necessary for singing, I had to choose: to a delay to hear me (yeah it's real hack) or invest in ear ...) m'enfin is nothing catastrophic is bearable two hours! but as our RPET last between 5 and 7 hours .... Gnant has become after a while, that's all.

the edit 01/02/05: For comfort, I do not know if my ears were softened or if they are the plastic caps, but it became much more bearable, especially I install a lot russi faster ... on the other hand, with hindsight, the quality of sound is a bit odd. While it is true that one discerns remarkably instruments ... but I feel that a lack of generally low (even in the enfonant as a nag) and the soufflle appears fast enough ... But they seem reliable and robust ... I'll keep you posted!

I do not regret that choice
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Shure E2 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Shure
  • Model:E2
  • Category:In-ear and ear-pads monitors
  • Added in our database on: 02/18/2004

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