First time poster, I hope I got the post in the right forum.
I've owned a pair of Shure e4c's for about 3 years now. The cable sheath has completely disintegrated and although the sound is still fine, a behind the ear fit is incredibly uncomfortable.
I've looked into getting these fixed, and it looks like it'll be ~$100 to have the cables changed with something of good-better quality than what was there to begin with.
So my question is this: Is it worth the c-note to get these fixed or should I put the $100 towards a set of se535's which I can afford by summer time. I was given a pair of Bose OE2i's this summer as a gift, so I would have something decent to get me through until then.
Thanks in advance for reading this and helping out!