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Etymotic Research ER2SE Studio Edition Earphones

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  • Includes:
    • ER2SE Dynamic Studio Edition Earphones
    • Detachable 4' Cable
    • Foam and Three-Flange Eartips
    • Filter Removal Tool and Filters
    • Shirt Clip
    • Compact Storage Pouch
  • Features:
    • True high accuracy sound experience
    • Metal earpieces with anodized finish
    • Assortment of eartips for the perfect in-ear fit
    • Detachable cables allow for easy replacement
    • 35+ dB of natural external noise isolation
    • Reinforced cable for durability
    • User-replaceable filters that protect the balanced armature drivers from ear wax
    • It also includes Etymotic Research's 2-year limited warranty.
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    • This price matches a recent Frontpage deal.
    • Our research indicates that at the time of this post, the Etymotic Research ER2SE Dynamic Studio Edition Earphones is $50.95 lower (~51% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $99.95.
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And I thought $70 was a good deal.
If you click on the links on the corresponding page, the following prices show up (for me).
ER3SE $69.00
ER3XR $69.00
ER4XR $129.00
ER4SR $119.00

I am a BIG fan of the etymotics having used them for the last decade (1 pair). Wonderful sound reduction when I am working with power tools/diesel tractors.
These go on sale every couple months; I picked up mine the last time, and I regret it. This is just my personal opinion/review of the product: The features are exclusively for pleasure listening (wired, no mic, deep ear buds that have to be inserted and removed slowly, removable ) yet the sound quality IMO isn't notably better than what you'd get from similarly priced wireless buds. I find it too tinny, and that's coming from someone who prioritizes clear mids and highs over strong bass.

For anyone looking to get your first IEMs, then I'd suggest the slightly more expensive ER2XR.

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And I thought $70 was a good deal.
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And I thought $70 was a good deal.
Tell me about it. While they might take some getting used to if you're not used to the fit, these are very good value. I wish 2xrs were on sale as well.
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Would these be good for practicing guitar? I would be plugging directly into my amp
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And I thought $70 was a good deal.
I believe you may be remembering the Etymotic Research ER3XR for $69 back in May which was a great deal. Its back to $169 now.
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Tell me about it. While they might take some getting used to if you're not used to the fit, these are very good value. I wish 2xrs were on sale as well.
Those are the ones I want to get too, but never seen them on sale
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Those are the ones I want to get too, but never seen them on sale
I think they have been on sale in Amazon a couple of times. I've never seen it on sale in adorama.
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I believe you may be remembering the Etymotic Research ER3XR for $69 back in May which was a great deal. Its back to $169 now.
What's the difference between the two? I'm thinking about getting the ER2SE.
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Would these be good for practicing guitar? I would be plugging directly into my amp
With the usual caveats about iem headsets these would work. 4 ft doesn't give you much room though, so you would probably want to purchase a longer cable.
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Would have bought if it had microphone. These days doesn't make sense without it.
You guys still do phone calls?
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If you click on the links on the corresponding page, the following prices show up (for me).
ER3SE $69.00
ER3XR $69.00
ER4XR $129.00
ER4SR $119.00

I am a BIG fan of the etymotics having used them for the last decade (1 pair). Wonderful sound reduction when I am working with power tools/diesel tractors.
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These go on sale every couple months; I picked up mine the last time, and I regret it. This is just my personal opinion/review of the product: The features are exclusively for pleasure listening (wired, no mic, deep ear buds that have to be inserted and removed slowly, removable ) yet the sound quality IMO isn't notably better than what you'd get from similarly priced wireless buds. I find it too tinny, and that's coming from someone who prioritizes clear mids and highs over strong bass.

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