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Etymotic Research ER4SR

In-ear Monitors
Published July 2017
By Mark Gordon

Etymotic Research ER4SR

We put leading IEM specialists Etymotic Research’s new flagship design to the test.

I play drums in a number of function bands and, like most working musicians, end up in a very wide variety of pubs, clubs and corporate venues, surrounded by very loud music, several nights of the week. After many years of post-gig ringing ears and the real fear of permanent damage to my hearing, I became a recent convert to IEMs (in-ear monitors).

My current IEMs (and point of reference) are the Shure SE215 sound-isolating headphones, which retail at around £95 and are probably considered ‘entry level’, so...

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Published July 2017