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Shure SE530 in-ear headphones I first saw the Shure SE530 at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, when it was dubbed the E500. The '500 shared the current product's three-armature driver technology and in-ear, sound-isolating, sleeve fitting scheme, but that early prototype seemed [...]
Shure SHA900 Portable Amplifier Last month, we attended the Audio Engineering Society show in New York City looking for interesting things to feature here on . We stopped by Shure's booth — it's a company we've long known for their microphones and reference IEMs like the [...]
Shure E500PTH / SE530PTH Sound Isolating Earphones The SE530 now includes four sets of Shure's superior coated black foam eartips, rather than the previous clear rubber tips, in addition to three sets of gray rubber tips and a single set of triple flange tips. By default, it ships without the PTH [...]
Shure SE215 Shure isn't a company that needs to update its products often. Among the audio nut crowd, they're held aloft as one of – if not the – most reliable manufacturer of earphones around. The SE215 takes over from the classic SE210, adding a detachable cable [...]
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I first saw the Shure SE530 at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show , when it was dubbed the E500. The '500 shared the current product's three-armature driver technology and in-ear, sound-isolating, sleeve fitting scheme, but that early prototype... During that same time, Shure developed a new isolating sleeve (called black foam because it's made of, you guessed it, black foam) with a more durable lining. research had indicated that the biggest impediment to achieving good sound with in-ear 'phones was that there was far greater variety of size and shape in peoples' ear canals than previously suspected.
Most of you may baulk at the idea of spending hundreds of pounds on a pair of earphones, but if you use them more than just about everything else you own, isn’t it perhaps worth it. Even if you do end up subscribing to this ideal, the Shure SE530... Each one contains three separate drivers, which is something of a rarity even at this high price point – high-end earphones generally settle for a dual driver design, although Ultimate Ears, Westone and even M-audio have all come up with similar... They’re substantial, but they’re also fairly light and we had no problems with them finding their way out of the ear canal when in their intended position, with the cables trailing over the top of your ears.
Shure 412, Wholesale Shure 412 The Shure Beta 58A Is A High-Output Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Designed For Professional Sound Reinforcement And Project Studio Recording. It Maintains [...]
Shure SE535 Earphones – A Class Apart When I was told that the Shure SE535 earphones had arrived, I was really looking forward to testing them out. I’ve tried out previous models such as the SE530, but could never afford them. Now finally, I had a pair of SE535s all to myself. Well ... [...]
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The 10 Best Gadgets of 2010 9. Shure SE530 Sound Isolating Earphones We’re not necessarily recommending you drop $500 on earbuds, but if you do, we’d love to borrow them. Duel woofers in each ear. [Earphone runner-up: Munitio Nine Millimeter Earphones 8. Logitech Squeezebox radio ... [...]
Shure SE535 - Sound Quality and Verdict While you don't have to, though, you may want to, because like the SE530 earphones, the SE535s sound, well, bloody incredible to be blunt. This is no surprise. We could hardly expect Shure's electrical magicians to make the SE535 earphones sound worse than ... [...]
Quote: Originally Posted by a6laze /img/forum/go_quote.gif I recently bought the SE530 and though I like the sound, I don't like the ergonomics.The endplugs of the modular cables are heavy and weigh down on my ears and the short extension cable is too short and the long one too long..This is one of the reasons why I sold my SE-530's only one month after buying them. Another being the rolled-off highs. And the other reasons are not relevant to this thread. I then got the Westone...
Page 1 of 31 2/1 23Next >Sep 17, 2010 THREAD STARTER Headphoneus Supremus Joined: Sep 27, 2007 Posts: 2,624 Likes: 149 ...... I was gonna post a real big, winded, whiz-bang sort of Guide(tm) around these points with carefully crafted illustrations and photos, clever dialog (well you may still get that) and manuals in .PDF format ... ...but then, since it's Friday and I'm...
price₹0.00tech2 rating0/5user rating0/5It’s a well-known fact that earphones bundled with MP3 players (yes, even the iPod) look and sound plasticky, and anyone serious about music should consider replacing them. The device I’m reviewing today is meant for those who do not believe in audio compression at all; and who need to hear every nuance at the highest audible frequency. Let me warn you that the product is ridiculously expensive, so stay away if you're either broke or skeptical! The rest...
Shure isn’t a company that needs to update its products often. Among the audio nut crowd, they’re held aloft as one of – if not the – most reliable manufacturer of earphones around. The SE215 takes over from the classic SE210, adding a detachable cable and a new earpiece design.Shure’s new range of SE215, SE315, SE425 and SE535 earphones are the (fairly) new kids in town, and in this revolution the SE215 have arguably gained the most of them all. They’re not cheap at around £100, but they...