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Shure is shipping its E4c sound-isolating earphones, which are the latest addition to the company's line of premium consumer audio accessories that combine quality sound with a “sleek, lightweight” design that complement's today's popular listening devices.
Designed to mimic the iconic design of the iPod, the Shure E4c earphone also complements such devices as Sony's NW-HD3 Network Walkman, Toshiba's Gigabeat MEG F20 and Delphi (XM) and XACT (Sirius) portable satellite radio players.
The E4c weighs in at just over an ounce, offers studio quality sound, high-definition drivers with tuned-port technology and flex sleeves to ensure maximum sound isolation.
Suggested retail is $299.
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