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The E2c's speakers are constructed with studio-grade components, producing exceptional audio clarity. Their in-ear design, using supplied flex sleeves, naturally blocks background noise. This permits lower listening volumes in loud environments--critical in safeguarding your hearing during performance or other activities. No batteries or extra equipment are needed for sound isolation.
Because every ear is different, E2c earphones come with 3 pairs (small, medium, large) of flex sleeves and 3 pairs (small, medium, large) ultra-soft flex sleeves to ensure a personalized fit. These disposable foam sleeves gently compress to fit in the ear canal. Once in the ear, the foam expands to form a tight seal. Once tightly sealed, the sleeves hold the earphones firmly in place.
The E2c's cables pass behind the ear--out of sight and out of the way for comfort and discretion. Weighing only 1 ounce, the E2c is lightweight and comfortable enough for any portable listening application. The set comes with a soft, stylish, compact, and zippered carrying case, which allows for an easy, tangle-free way to store your earphones.
What's in the Box
Earphones, 2 triple-flange sleeves, 3 pairs (small, medium, large) of flex sleeves, and 3 pairs (small, medium, large) ultra-soft flex sleeves (kit 90XC1371, with cleaning tool), a soft carry case (80B8232), a user's manual, and warranty information.
These have a terrific sound and... they block out outside noise.
Due to the inherent design flaw of the cord wrapping around the ear, the plastic around the earbuds becomes ridgid and cracks, exposing the bare wire.
Fit: The e2c's come with three different sizes of rubber and foam sleeves that can really fit almost any ear.
Still very happy with my headphones. They take a beating and keep on delivering great sound. Better than the bose in-ears 120%!Published 9 days ago by Max Proskoff
To be fair, the sound quality on these phones is excellent. But sound quality alone does not a great pair of earphones make. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tyler Creer
Now I am a thrift store junky and happen to come across these buds in a bin full of cheap headphones and such. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. lucchini
I loved these. but my daughter borrowed them and ruined one side. I got them really cheap compared to the going price. I miss them.Published 6 months ago by Ric Sleigh
they worked great and the airplane, but not very comfortable, they didn't last and they are really expensive.Published 7 months ago by sarah wiebe