Why am I too stupid to figure out how to use headphone cases?
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My Shure e3 just arrived and I'm sitting here trying to figure out exactly how to deal with the clamshell case it came with.

;_;

I am dumb.
 
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if its the same as the 2c, just place the canal phones and plug in the center ring and wrap the coil around the spool.

LOL!! I still cant figure out my EX51 case!!!

Garrett
 
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Hi Bunninator,

Don't panic yet! Try put the earpiece in the center leaving a bit of cord just to make sure you don't stress the connection to driver, and just coil the cord around the yo-yo bit, then pu the plug into the center, and zip the case.

Done!

Overlunge
 
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I find it easier to wrap the cord around my hand, and then place the headphones in the case. Takes much less time, too.
 
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didn't someone post once that they took the midle thing out so that they could put less stress on the cable?
 
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Those cases absolutely suck. Really hard to use, really annoying to pack things into. Unfortunately, I haven't come up with a better solution yet. I think someone suggested using a round altoids tin once. I think I'll try that.
 
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