I reviewed the SRH 840 some time ago, and I don't believe I quite did it justice. Here, I'll readdress its sonic signature and talk just a bit more on the merits of this ...
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Shure SRH840 Review Price: £122.00; Removable coiled cable; Two pairs of pads included; 3.5mm-to-6.3mm jack converter; 40mm driver. Shure has been one of the kings of in-ear headphones for years, but it's a relative newcomer to high-quality studio headphones. The [...]
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Review: Shure SE215-CL Headphones As I opened with, the SE215 has a very inviting sound. If you're familiar with Shure's SH840 (review) or SH1540 headphones (review), I think you'll be pleasantly surprised to hear that the SE215 isn't too far off in its overall sonic signature. It's [...]
Shure SRH-940 Headphones Lightning Review: Serious Bang for the Buck Yeah as Anarian mentioned, you can't just use any normal 2.5mm connector since Shure has a proprietary locking mechanism on the 2.5mm end. You would need a jack much skinnier than that to fit in the SRH940's earcup jack. Reply. Flagged. Show more [...]
Shure SRH1440 Professional review: The Good The Shure SRH1440s may be a large, full-size set of headphones, but its lightweight design and gentle earpad pressure make for an extra comfortable fit that fits nicely with its audiophile-endorsed sound. The Bad The SRH1440s are large and don [...]
Shure has been one of the kings of in-ear headphones for years, but it's a relative newcomer to high-quality studio headphones. The Shure SRH840 are one rung down from the top-end SRH940 closed-back headphones, and sell for around £130. Designed for professionals rather than kids bopping along the road, will they sound as dull as elevator music for the sake of accuracy. In a word - no. Related: More headphones for between £90 and £150. Design. The Shure SRH840 are over-ears headphones that encase your earlobes with foam-filled fake leather pads. The Shure SRH840 are also large.
not be a fan of the overpowering or “artificially” inflated bass response that Beats headphones are known for (which you may recognize as the low-level, booming sound prevalent in the dance and hip-hop music genres). Before you think you have to get a pair of Beats by Dre headphones just to keep up with the times, here are our top three alternatives, three pairs of headphones that offer better value or higher quality than those made by Beats by Dre. They also have a more modular, square look than most over-the-ear headphones, and they offer a more-serious alternative to the high-end Beats headphones, and for twenty bucks less. They retail for $250, and while the build quality and design are not on the same level as the Beats Studios, they offer a significantly more balanced approach to sound than the Studios and have excellent frequency response, which means, you.
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Would these headphones (would this headphone?) require a dac/amp? Hi, im thinking of getting the Shure SRH840, which are of a low impedance (44 Ohm), which means that they should be easy to be driven by my pc (onboard z97 crystal 2 sound) and my samsung s6. But will i really milk out every single dropplet of sound out of ... [...]
Sennheiser HD380 Pro Headphones with Blue Mic Snowball Condenser Mic I ultimately decided on purchasing two pairs, the Sennheiser HD 380 pro and the Shure SRH840. Prior to testing the differences between these two headphones, I ran both of them through my home audiophile stereo system at high volume for over 50 hours each ... [...]
Func HS-260 Gaming Headset Review: The Art of Underselling Descriptions To be perfectly honest, even comparing the HS-260 to my personal gear (Shure SRH840 and Beyerdynamic DT880 Pro), the Func just might be slightly superior in the ear cup department in that particular aspect. I can wear and use these for hours and feel no ... [...]
Shure announces new "DJ" headphones NILES, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Shure Incorporated today introduced a new professional headphone model designed specifically for professional DJ applications – the SRH750DJ Professional DJ Headphones. They join the SRH840, SRH440, and SRH240 to expand ... [...]
Shure have been leading the in-ear headphone category for many years but the 'SRH' series represents their updated line of full size headphones. Designed for both professional audio work and general everyday listening, the Shure SRH840 sports plush earcups and a flexible headband design that might be the most comfortable in 'monitoring-type' sealed headphones in this price range.The Shure SRH 840 bass response is potent with a pleasingly solid kick but thankfully its not an overly thick or...
Shure has been one of the kings of in-ear headphones for years, but it’s a relative newcomer to high-quality studio headphones. The Shure SRH840 are one rung down from the top-end SRH940 closed-back headphones, and sell for around £130. Designed for professionals rather than kids bopping along the road, will they sound as dull as elevator music for the sake of accuracy? In a word – no. Related:More headphones for between £90 and £150 DesignThe Shure SRH840 are over-ears headphones that encase...
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Just because Apple may be willing to drop a ton of money on Beats By Dre, that doesn't mean you have to. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is putting together a deal worth more than $3 billion to purchase Beats By Dre, according to news reports on Thursday. Beats’ most popular headphone models are offered at premium prices: $300 for the high-end Studio model and $170 for the Solo HD model. Before we get carried away, let's get one thing straight: These headphones aren't for...