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Shure E5's

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by gonnabdrum, Apr 13, 2006.


  1. gonnabdrum

    gonnabdrum

    Apr 13, 2006
    So i sold my bike and im out to get some In Ear Monitors....
    I heard of the shure E5's with the psm700 transmitter.....
    So does anyone know if theyre any good i really need to buy em but if u know something better please tell me until then im convinced with these e5's.
     
  2. DB5

    DB5

    Jul 3, 2001
    Austin Texas
  3. Petebass

    Petebass

    Dec 22, 2002
    QLD Australia
    In-ears aren't really recording equip, so I'll move this to misc.
     
  4. rogerjeep

    rogerjeep

    Aug 10, 2005
    I have a set of Shure E5's and I used them for the two years. If you use them I would recommend buying the triple flange sleeves. However, I recently switched to Westone UM2 Dual driver in-ear monitors. Weston makes the Shure monitors(so I've been told) These are cheaper and I like the highs better and more comfortable in the ears. I wear them 4 nights a week!!
    Hope this helps.
     
  5. wwittman

    wwittman

    Apr 21, 2004
    Westchester, NY
    There are many high end in ear monitors to choose from.

    I;m not a big fan of the Shures personally ...

    I'd recommend looking at:
    Futuresonics
    Sensaphonics
    Ultimate Ears

    they make the most popular and probably the best out there... then you need to decide for yourself which you like.

    I have Futuresonics and Sensaphonics.

    Be aware that if you move to in ears it's a good idea for the entire band to use the same ones, otherwise you're making the monitor mixer's job MUCH harder.
     
  6. chrisp2u

    chrisp2u

    Aug 15, 2005
    Buffalo, NY
    +1 on Westone. After a ton of research online I went with some UM2's and they work great. Been using them for a couple months now. A lot of people say they're as good, if not better than the E5's at nearly half the price (if you look around enough).

    You'd still need to pickup a wireless unit too though... and most new ones seem to come with their own buds, but you could look around for something used.
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