Adhering to the same quality standards that drove the success of its award-winning line, the E4c earphones further optimize the listening experience by utilizing Shure’s new High-Definition driver with Tuned-Port technology to significantly enhance bass response. The E4c’s comfortable sound isolating sleeves contour to the inner-ear, naturally sealing out more background noise than noise-canceling alternatives, and the small, portable, attractive design position them as a must-have accessory for today’s consumers.
Weighing just over an ounce, the E4c makes the perfect accessory for music lovers who are serious about sound quality and detail. Designed to mirror the iconic design of the iPod, the Shure E4c earphone also complements popular devices such as Sony’s NW-HD3 Network Walkman, Toshiba’s Gigabeat MEG F20, Delphi (XM) and XACT (Sirius) portable satellite radio players, and a host of multimedia laptops and portable DVD players. The new E4c earphones feature:
— Studio Quality Sound: The E4c incorporates the same precision components originally developed for professional musicians to monitor their stage performances.
— High-Definition drivers with Tuned-Port technology: The Tuned-Port technology of the E4c significantly improves bass response allowing for an ultra-wide frequency soundstage with brilliant highs and extended bass.
— Personal Fit Kit: The E4c earphones include a pair of disposable foam sleeves and triple-flange sleeves, three sizes of flex sleeves, and three sizes of ultra-soft flex sleeves to ensure a personalized, comfortable fit and maximum sound isolation.
The E4c earphones will be priced at $299.
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