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Shure SE846

In-ear Headphone; Stethoset earphones; Shape: Closed; Microphone, Remote Control, …

The massive price tag of Shure's SE846s is amply justified in IT Reviews, who praised their stunning audio quality and the possibility of modifying their signature with the included nozzles. At …

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1 review

 

SE 215
Shure SE215

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Detachable Cable, Sound-Isolating

Expert Reviews think the Shure SE215 are, for the price point, one of the top earphones you can get. They're well specced - with detatchable cables and 3 sizes of earphone tips, an amazing build

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5 reviews | 230 opinions

 

More information at: MacWorld, 10/2011 Shure SE215 The Shure SE215s are certainly a pricey pair of earphones, but have they got enough good features to make them worthy of your consideration? … to review

SE 535
Shure SE535

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Sound-Isolating

As you might expect from a pair of earphones with such a seriously high price tag, the Shure SE535's sound amazing. The cables can be replaced and there are ample accessories included with them, …

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8 reviews | 230 opinions

 

 
SE 425
Shure SE425

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Sound-Isolating

"... These are fantastic. ... To say it's immersive is an understatement: the level of finesse on offer is astonishing. They're energetic, too ... These in-ear monitors won't wow

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6 reviews | 230 opinions

 

More information at: CNET.de, 7/2011 Shure SE425: high-end earphones with an unusual fit When we tested out the Shure SE535 model last year, our ears practically melted with sheer joy at the device’s perfectly balanced combination of a generous, powerful bass and crystal clear highs. But if you don’t want to shell out at least 360 euros, you’ll find an interesting alternative in the Shure SE425 model which is around 150 euros cheaper. Our review will reveal whether it can hold a candle to its brother.

SRH 1840
Shure SRH1840

Studio Headphone, HiFi Headphone, Clamshell headphones; Headphones; Shape: Over-ear, Open; …

"... all that we could think of when testing was that they sounded 'just right'. Composed and refined, yet with plenty of agility, they're the perfect foil for any genre of music. …

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2 reviews

 

SE 315
Shure SE315

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Detachable Cable, Sound-Isolating, Gold Plated Plug

The SE315 canalphones from Shure have removable cables which ensures the earphones will last for longer, as you can replace the cables if they become damaged. They come with a variety of accessories,

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7 reviews | 21 opinions

 

More information at: MacWorld, 3/2012 Shure SE315 With an extended history of producing professional grade audio products, the Shure SE315 consumer level canalphones have a lot to live up to. … to review

SRH 440
Shure SRH440

HiFi Headphone, Studio Headphone; Headphones; Shape: Closed; 3.5 - 6.3-Adapter, Gold Plated …

Shure have always been a popular brand amongst studio professionals, so it's not surprising that Wired think the Shure SRH440 headphones produce a natural and warm sound. Despite being

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8 reviews | 36 opinions

 

More information at: professional audio, issue 7/2011 Put them on The search for the right set of studio headphones can quickly become a real chore. Our buyer’s guide is here to help. In test: 17 headphones were reviewed. This included 8 first class models, 6 upper class models and 3 mid-range models.

SRH 1440
Shure SRH1440

Studio Headphone, HiFi Headphone, Clamshell headphones; Headphones; Shape: Over-ear, Open; …

Shure's SRH1440 have a lot going for them, Trusted Reviews said, praising their precision and detail-revealing capabilities but also warning that if you expect really fat bass, you might be in

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2 reviews | 1 opinion

 

More information at: Hi-Fi World, issue May 2012 You Shure? Shure has introduced two new headphone models simultaneously, the high-end SRH1840 and the more wallet-friendly SRH1440. … to review

Shure SRH940
Shure SRH940

Studio Headphone, Clamshell headphones; Headphones; Shape: Closed; Single-sided Cable, …

"FOR: Open, transparent sound; well integrated across frequency range; comfy to wear. AGAINST: Revealing sound might not be to everyone's tastes."

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1 review | 2 opinions

 

Shure SRH750DJ
Shure SRH750DJ

Headphones; Shape: Closed; Removable earpads, 3.5 - 6.3-Adapter, Detachable Cable, …

Macworld note that the Shure SRH750DJ headphones are intended for use by DJs and not for walking around the streets. As a result they weigh a lot and have a heavy-duty cable attached. They were

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5 reviews | 9 opinions

 

More information at: professional audio, issue 4/2010 Well listened On the professional audio scene, Shure is mostly known as a microphone manufacturer. They’ve also recently brought out headphones for professional use which are music to the ears. In test: Three headphones were tested. Test criteria were features, comfort as well as measurements and sound quality.

 
Shure SRH840
Shure SRH840

HiFi Headphone; Headphones; 3.5 - 6.3-Adapter

The Shure SRH840 professional closed-back headphones aren't designed for using on the go, even though they sound brilliant plugged into an MP3 player. TrustedReviews say they can easily come off

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1 review | 27 opinions

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 4/2012 Shure SRH840 Shure have been one of the leaders of producing earphones but have a newer range of studio headphones. What do the SRH840 headphones have to offer? … to review

SRH 550 DJ
Shure SRH550DJ

DJ Headphone; Headphones; Gold Plated Plug, Detachable Cable, Pivoting Ear Pieces, Fold-up

Expert Reviews were pleased with the weight and versatile design of the Shure SRH550DJ on-ear headphones. You can use with your mp3 player or whilst DJing, so they have a wider appeal and are

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2 reviews | 16 opinions

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 1/2012 Shure SRH550DJ With swivelling ear cups for sound monitoring, Shure have designed the SRH550DJ with DJs in mind - the clue is in their name! So if you spin records from the comfort of your home, will these be a wise choice? … to review

SRH240
Shure SRH240A

Clamshell headphones, HiFi Headphone; Headphones; Shape: Over-ear, Closed; 3.5 - 6.3-Adapter, …

ExpertReviews says that although the Shure SRH240's are a bit bulky, they're very comfortable and provide impressive audio quality for this price point. They describe their bass as solid, …

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2 reviews | 2 opinions

 

Shure SE102
Shure SE102

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Sound-Isolating

Relatively bulky in appearance, Shure's SE102 earphones are comfortable and not as heavy as they look. Sound is weighty, yet not overly so, with fantastic detail being extracted, especially from …

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3 reviews | 19 opinions

 

SE-110
Shure SE110

In-ear Headphone; Without head band

Describing the Shure SE110 as comfortable, noise-cancelling earphones somewhat lacking in low-end response, PC Advisor hints at potential disappointment for those seeking a big bass sound.

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6 reviews

 

SE420-K-EFS
Shure SE420

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Sound-Isolating

Of all the buds included with Shure's in-ear headphones, the foam option seem to give the best results. The SE420 headphones have everything you could hope for in audio reproduction, but as with …

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6 reviews | 11 opinions

 

SE-210
Shure SE210

In-ear Headphone; Without head band

Although the Shure SE-210s lack the tonal accuracy of pricier models, they perform tremendously for their price, with full and powerful sound, which AVReview considered to remain controlled, even …

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7 reviews

 

Shure SE115
Shure SE115

In-ear Headphone; Without head band

With Dynamic MicroSpeakers the Shure SE115 earphones offer additional bass definition, allowing for a fuller more consistent sound. Providing excellent sound isolation, with minimal overspill and …

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8 reviews

 

SE530 Noise-cancelling headphones
Shure SE530

In-ear Headphone; Without head band ; Sound-Isolating

"We love: The sound, especially the bass. We hate: The price, when rivals cost half the price."

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4 reviews | 39 opinions

 

Shure SE210 + MPA
Shure SE210 + MPA

Earphone (Earbud); Without head band

"... As with the EF2s, the Thomas Pynchon level of seclusion the SE210s create results in very detailed audio. ... Precision is all well and good, but it does bring problems. Some sounds come …

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Product information and further reviews

SRH440 MacWorld 12/2011 - The Shure brand is more often than not a guarantee of quality, especially regarding its pro-oriented offerings. Does the mid-range SRH440 live up to the manufacturer's reputation?

Reliable aid for monitoring and recording Beat 10/2010 - There’s no doubt about it - choosing the right pair of headphones is really a matter of trust. After all you’re not ‘just’ listening to music when you don a pair to assess, check and make alterations to your own tracks; you really have to focus on the sound picture from both a technical and a musical point of view. Audio specialist Shure claims to have just the tool for the job with its SRH440 model - a reliable piece of equipment for monitoring and recording. ...

Shure SE215 The Gadget Show 6/2011 - The entry-level model in Shure's successful SE series, the SE215s produce up to 102dB of audio and come in a generous array of bud sizes, in either rubber or foam. A canvas carrying bag is also included.

On-ear Shures don't quite make the grade What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 10/2009 - After releasing a range of in-ear earphones, Shure have tried their hand at an on-ear proposition. The Shure SRH240 headphones are a set of over-head padded earphones. In this review, the commentator examines their acoustic qualities.

Shure SE115 Earphones MacFormat 8/2009 - An upgrade from the previous SE110 with some improvements on its predecessor including better bass definition, for a rich dynamic sound. Whilst isolating external sounds well, so as not to interfere with your music, they also isolate your music, to an extent, from those around you.

Shure SE315 TrustedReviews 3/2011 - The SE315s sit at the top of their subset of Shure's earphone range, being the most expensive and - one would hope - best-sounding of the company’s single-driver products. Like the rest of Shure's SExx5 products the revamped SE315s improve over the SE310s with a more solid construction, a few design tweaks, and a slightly tweaked audio signature. The goal, as with all of the latest Shures, is improvement as opposed to revolution and, once again, it has proved successful.

Shure SE530 noise-isolating headphones CNET.co.uk 5/2007 - The SE530s are the top model in Shure's new line of noise-isolating headphones, the SE series. They're backed and used by such artists as KT Tunstall and Rocco DeLuca and sit alongside their less-expensive siblings, the SE210s, SE310s and the SE420s. This new model from Shure builds on the performance of the previous gen, the E500PTHs, but are around £100 cheaper. We put them snugly into our ears wondering if anything has been sacrificed in the process

Shure SE115 Stuff TV 5/2009 - While the aurally squeamish are better off going for a pair of hefty on-ear cans than some intrusive in-ears, Shure’s range are a fine iPod upgrade for everyone else. ...

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