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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-12-2006, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
 
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Shure e2 VS. e3 earbuds

Hey guys I need your help with something. What is the best earbud that your have found to go with. I would like something with great sound and something that is comfortable in the ear. Also, I have a Suomy Extreme and it fits fairly tight on my head. The Shures look like they stick out from your ears alot. Basically, does anyone have either the e2's or e3's (or anyother good brand) .....and how comfortable are they once your helmet is one. It looks like they would be hard to keep in place while putting on your lid. Thanks for the input.....................
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I have the e2 shures. You are right, they do stick out alot but i have a tight helmet and i can get them on without too much of a problem. Unlke other earphones they dont come out at all when your riding. The sound difference between the e2 and e3 is very minimal, my dad has the most expensive shures(i think they are the e4, maybe its the e3)and i honestly can't tell a difference.
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Do a search on this because I recently asked the same question.
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CollegeRider.......Do you put them in before you put your helmet on or after.... just wondering......Thanks
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