Shure E2C vs SE215
Today I found a pair of Shure E2C IEM's that I bought years ago and forgot I had. They still sound pretty good actually despite being quite old and I'd be tempted to keep using them if it wasn't for the fact that you need to keep replacing the wax guards - really annoying feature of what is an otherwise really decent set.
Using them reminded me that Shure actually do make headphones (or certainly IEM's) that suit my taste and music so I began looking at the more up to date range and saw the SE215, and others. I had never considered them before until today I saw them plus the Phonak stuff which I don't know a lot about.
Just wondered if anyone had used the E2C and the SE215 to provide a comparison? If not then any comments on the 215 generally would be much appreciated.