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replace shure e2c's (noise isolating)

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i've been away a while. ok 5+ years, but it saved me lots of money im sure. 

 

i'd bought shure e2c's for transit and air travel. they were so damn durable, they wouldn't break, even 6 years later. i just lost them though and need a replacement. 

 

requirements:

 

  • noise isolation for air and transit travel
  • somewhat durable (a couple years of use is acceptable, not expecting the same durability as before)
  • somewhat comfortable
  • good sound quality is a bonus, i'm not expecting audiophile quality sound on an airplane
  • budget is under $75, preferably under $50

Edited by emmpeethree - 4/24/14 at 7:21pm
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Thread Starter 

nobody?

post #3 of 4

Ultimate Ears UE600 should satisfy you.)

post #4 of 4

Fischer Audio Omega or Eterna v2. Joker has a huge review thread here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-315-iems-compared-t-peos-popular-added-04-30-14-p-901

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