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new earphones for sony nw hd3

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by trumpetheart, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. trumpetheart

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    hi.

    i have a sony network walkman nw-hd3 and use a sony mdr ex71 earphone.

    i'm looking for a new earphone and have 3 options: etymotic research er-6, er-6i and shure e3c.

    which do you think is the best among those 3 options?

    thanks.
     
  2. sirlukas

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    Why not to save a bit and go for Koss The Plug or Spark Plug?

    I have never seen anyone using ones You mentioned, sorry, not sure (don't confuse with earphones) whether anyone will be able to help You...

    No one can help me in my thread :rolleyes:
     
  3. FreiKorps

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    Whatever you do, do not get The Plug. I just got mine and they are muffled, very bad quality and I am returning them for a refund. I am also swithering between the er-6i and the e2c.
     
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    Are You sure You put them "in" properly?
    Otherwise, they suck!!!
     
  5. FreiKorps

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    Yes I am putting them "in" properly. The plastic tube in them also hurts when putting them in.
     

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