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Replacement for shure E2c

Discussion in 'Headphones & Portable Music' started by jamez2010, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. jamez2010

    jamez2010 Member

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    My beloved shure e2c have given up on me, after approx 3 years of faithful service. But I need a set of in ear headphones on par with these for approx £20, listen to all sorts of music so I tend to prefer something very balanced across the ranges.

    The cx400 have caught my eye, what are these like?

    I have listened to the beats headphones and think they sound awful, so nothing similar to those please
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    I also tried the beats and they were awful too.

    I'm looking at either the beyer dynamics at about 69 or the Sony ex500s both get good reviews
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    Have you considered SoundMagic PL30? They are a bit over your price range. :)
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    Thanks for l advice I finally took the plunge on some headphones I went for the denon AHC 560r as play.com had them on the £24.99 deal, and must admit build quality not as good as I was hoping for, not bad just not amazing. But the sound is very impressive easily on par with the shure's alot tighter bass and mid range, and generally better sound.

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