In Reply to: Shure SE535 for classical music? posted by PAR on April 20, 2017 at 07:25:32:
I have a pair of the Ety ER4- something or other. They are really nice but I find that the cord does a lot of sound piping unless I switch the sides and put the cord over my ears (left side in right ear and vice versa). The are more comfortable that way and sound better pointing up.
I used to have a pair of the old Shure E3C which broke after about 10 years of use. They sounded very similar to the Etymotics. Both are/were enjoyable. I do miss the old Shures I had as they fit better in my ear and the cord was sturdier. On mine, the plastic snorkel on one side sheared off one day. Still, I am perfectly happy with the Ety and find them very comfortable, even in bed.
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Topic - Shure SE535 for classical music? - PAR 07:25:32 04/20/17 (3)Follow Ups
- RE: Shure SE535 for classical music? - dadbar 12:09:50 05/16/17 (0)