What model are these Shure headphones?
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Dug up (literally 
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I've added a bit of Sugru to support the cable and help keep it intact as the insulation become brittle. They still work fine!
 
 



 
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Looks like E4c to me, E3 doesn't have the reflective band and e2/e5 is a totally different shape
 
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Actually let me qualify that about the bass, on the above the bass is positively wimpish compared to the se215. Is this to be expected?
 
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  Looks like E4c to me, E3 doesn't have the reflective band and e2/e5 is a totally different shape

Spot on good sir;
 
http://www.trustedreviews.com/Shure-e4c-Sound-Isolating-Earphones_Peripheral_review
 
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