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Shure E4 Sound Isolating Earphones
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Shure E4 Sound Isolating Earphones include high energy micro-speakers with tuned ports for detailed highs and extended bass. Sensitivity (at 1 kHz): ...Read More
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Shure E4 Sound Isolating Earphones include high energy micro-speakers with tuned ports for detailed highs and extended bass. Sensitivity (at 1 kHz): 109 dB SPL/mW.
- Transducer Type: Single low mass/high energy/tuned port
- Sensitivity (at 1 kHz): 109 dB SPL/mW
- Impedance (at 1 kHz) 29 ohms
- Output connector: Gold-plated stereo, 1/8" phone plug
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I work as a pro- drummer / guitarist, I always thought that nothing can match the E5's but this babies did that job. I recommend this for any type of work that you can use this for, just don't crank the volume too high because they get too bright and have an annyoing ring in your ears!!!
These things sound amazing. I am a drummer/occasional singer and the first night after using them I had many comments about how much better my vocals were, you can hear yourself and tune accordingly, without having floor monitors destroying your hearing. They come with a lot of different ways to put in your ear, there is also a company that will do custom ear molds for them. Definitely worth getting, I just wish the carrying case was a little bigger.
I just got the shure E4 earbuds in today. These E4s have an incredible sound while blocking out outside noise. This is awesome for musicians that want to hear themselves! The one thing I don't like about it is it takes a while to get used to the whole in ear monitor thing, but in the end its way better then floor monitors.
I have owned BOSE QC II (great) and B&O A8's (great), but neither met all my needs. I wanted the noise cancelling and quality of my Bose, when I traveled by air or was sitting around listening to music. I also loved the portability of my B&O's, but I wanted something to combine their benefits. Enter Shure E4c with all the benefits of both and at a "reasonable" cost, compared to my other options. I sold my oothers and now just carry one pair everywhere.The sound is AMAZING. You will your music like you never have before without the distorted sounds of lesser products. If you can get over the 300 hurdle, you won't be sorry!
These are worth the money if you play regularly in a live loud situations where hearing yourself and the rest of the band clearly is a high priority. The stock ear forms that come with them are not very comfortable. The best ones for comfort would probably be the foam ones (they don't always like to go into your ear very well) once they are in they are the most comfortable. Really, to get the full value out of these you'll have to get custom ear molds made. The custom molds block out the most sound and give the most comfortable fit. There is a link on the Shure website to find out how to get the custom molds.Now to review the monitor itself. The sound quality is amazing! I was using some Sony headphones on stage as monitors. (The venue where I play most often has a personal monitor system [made by Aviom] where you plug in your own headphones.) The headphones were all right but they didn't block out enough stage noise to be able to hear myself and the band clearly with out turning them up to dangerous db levels. So I saved up and made the decision to go in-ear. I AM SO GLAD I DID! Before I would get off stage and would have a really bad ringing in my ears and now, because I can have the volume level of my monitor lower, my ears don't ring anymore and I have fewer headaches from loud noises. Plus the clearness of the bass, mids, and highs are superior to most other headphones. The have "flatter frequency response" than any other headphone that I've worn. These are a great buy; the only thing better would be the Shure E5. Highly recommended to the serious musician who plays live all the time for more than an hour at a time!