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by Haripriya Thakar March 01, 2017

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Shure unveiled its SE215m+ Special Edition (SE215m+SPE), late September 2016 alongside the IFA show in Berlin. This upgrade to its legendary entry level IEM, the SE215 has added a 3 button remote+mic. This gives users the power to control their smartphone playback, volume and send /receive calls. The microphone not only helps answer calls but also syncs with Siri to control your appswith voice commands. All this is added on a detachable and replaceable cable and it comes with an optimized nozzle angle positioned to rest in the ear for hours of comfortable listening.

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The SE215m+SPE  just like Shure's SE series are made for in-ear monitoring. It uses the same technology that was originally developed for pro musicians to deliver premium sound quality. With comfortable sound-isolating sleeves blocking up to 37 dB of outside noise, the earphones reproduce uncolored, artifact-free sound that prevents outside noise from interfering with your music, thus making sure that you enjoy uninterrupted sound on-stage or on-the-go.

The Shure SE215 is an entry-level model for On-Stage monitoring and professional use, which is why it was never expected to come along with a mic and remote making this edition special in a lot of ways.
“In today’s on-the-go world, mobile communication functionality is a highly desired feature among customers,” quoted Sean Sullivan, Senior Product Manager at Shure. “With the SE215m+ SPE, we’ve added the convenient features of our newly-designed, three button remote/mic cable to one of the industry’s most tried and true earphones, while still maintaining an incredibly affordable market price.”

 

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The SE215m+SPE specially designed for music enthusiasts using iOS devices, also boasts a single dynamic MicroDriver for detailed sound and enhanced bass extension and features an acoustic network tuned for extended bass performance which was notably not present in the Shure SE215.

“The SE215m+SPE’s enhanced capabilities make it a perfect fit for not just music lovers, but for anyone who wants to seamlessly talk, travel, or train with superior audio quality. This product provides the perfect opportunity to introduce first-time buyers to Shure as a premium brand known for quality, durability, and performance, while reinforcing Shure’s core brand values to those already familiar with the world of premium portable audio,” added Sullivan.

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All this comes brimming in a  carry case and loads of eartips. The SE215m+SPE is now available exclusively at Headphone Zone. 

Check it out, Here

Haripriya Thakar
Haripriya Thakar


2 Responses

Haripriya

March 06, 2017

No, because it is not available separately as of now. Besides, Extended bass as compared to the SE215 is something you should definitely upgrade for.

Shivansh

March 04, 2017

So if one were to have the cable that they have used for this new edition, the older SE 215’s too could be used with a mic.. right?

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