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|Speaker Type||Single Dynamic MicroDriver||Single Dynamic MicroDriver||Single High-Definition MicroDriver + Tuned BassPort||Dual High Definition MicroDrivers||Triple High Definition MicroDrivers||Quad High Definition MicroDrivers with True Subwoofer|
|Sound Signature||Great Sound with Deep Bass||Detailed Sound with Enhanced Bass||Full Range Sound||Accurate and Balanced Sound||Spacious Sound with Rich Bass||Extended High-End Clarity and Unparalleled Low-End Performance|
|Frequency Response||25Hz – 17kHz||22Hz – 17.5kHz||22Hz – 18.5kHz||20Hz – 19kHz||18Hz – 19kHz||15Hz – 20kHz|
|Sensitivity (SPL/mW)||105 dB||107 dB||107 dB||107 dB||107 dB||107 dB|
|Noise Attenuation||Upto 37 dB||Upto 37 dB||Upto 37 dB||Upto 37 dB||Upto 37 dB||Upto 37 dB|
|Black foam Sleeves (S/ M/ L)|
|Soft Flex Sleeves (S/ M/ L)|
|Yellow foam sleeves (S/ M/ L)|
|Triple flex sleeves (S/ M/ L)|
|3.5 to 6.3 mm adapter|
|3.5 to 6.3 mm adapter|
|Nozzle removal key|
|2 additional pairs of nozzle inserts|
My options were the RHA 750 ma and the Shure SE215 ... i chose Shure over the RHA cuz they were a longstanding desire of mine to buy 'em. I was worried when the box arrived with a seal that was broken/ Cut? ... I pondered for days if they were originals or rip-off's, even now i have that doubt at the back of my head (cuz apparently even fakes sound Good, and i've never had IEM's or
quality Earphones before). But after i showed my friend he says they are original (that doubt still lingers) ... even despite that i love them originals or not cuz they sound great .... only problem is, like all other reviews state... there is no brilliance/ treble to them ... most vocals with high pitched singing sound dull/ lack luster ... soundstage is absolutely fantastic can hear each instrument with precision and the spacing (far/near/spatial positioning) of instruments seems surreal. Noise isolation is beyond amazing, i could hear my own heartbeat. I would have loved them better if not for the doubt of the broken seal. Hope this review helps, assuming mine are original :)
I feel sad to give them 3 stars. I really, really wanted to give them 5 stars. I have used Bose IE2, Klipsche S4 before and loved the Bose. I am not an audiophile, don't wanna be one. I used these on my Note 3 - which has an excellent sound output and my Lenovo laptop. It was not a great experience on the laptop - I am pretty sure it's the sound card on the laptop. Well, here are the key takeaways:
- Excellent bass: tight, punchy, controlled and true to the songs recordings
- Amazing sound stage: I feel these are best suited for rock. These earphones really come to life when there are tons of instruments descending on you
- Excellent silicone tips. The comply was too much for me. They offer such a tight seal that your ears tend to heat up. And there is absolute isolation. I resorted to using the silicone tips
included, they were of good quality and worked well
- Sturdiest cables I have seen on earphones. Although they are tad bit long for using with Smartphones, manageable.
- The negative profile, a key Shure feature is a pain in the EAR! Literally. The earphones' housing sits inside your ear and after 15-20 mins, starts to hurt, real bad. I tried various angles and tips. It's just a simple fact that the plastics are constantly poking your ears and they hurt.
- Recessed mids: Yeah, it's almost muffled. If mids are what you are keen on, may not be a good choice. Vocals are OK.
- Never ever use these earphones where you need spatial awareness: On a bike, crossing a busy road, around machinery etc. They isolate external noise to such a great extent, it's almost life threatening :)
PS: Please read the return policies of Headphone zone carefully. I have no complaints with their service, but I had to shell out 15% of the actual cost since I had to return these. In their defense, they have quoted this in their return policies. But I assumed Amazon-like policies and had to pay the price. Well! water under the bridge.
The Shure SE215s are a staple amongst musicians and studio engineers. Their reputation as trustworthy IEMs preceed them, so as such I knew I could expect a pretty high standard sound output from them. Suffice to say, I was still blown away by the ease with which this pair could maneuver between various genres, doing the 44khz a real solid. However my issue with this pair is the amount of wire and wire quality. The cable is almost half a meter long, and the piping a tad plasticky rendering it to feel a little less premium. Having said that, Shure isn't necessarily a premium designer brand, so much as it is a specialized brand for professionals, so I suppose this is sort of warranted. I know there is now a Bluetooth version that's come out, and the advantage that all SE215 owners have is the fact that the wiring is detachable from the monitors. So these are modular too, although they never really brand it that way. If you're confused, don't be. This is a solid pair, and it comes with ample bud accessories. You won't be disappointed by the sound quality. You might be by the amount of wire though :'D
The safest buy for anyone curious about venturing to the world of in-ear monitoring
I was planning on buying these because I need them for stage use and regular earphones would just keep falling off. My drummer had recommended these to me and I tried them before buying. Let me list the pros and cons of these IEMs.
1. Fantastic isolation: I haven't changed sleeves. The default ones work for me and provides a very good seal. I'm sitting here in office as I type this with these on (I'm wearing them to get used to them). Office chatter is reduced to the point of being non-existent and I can actually focus and hear my own heartbeat as the blood pulses through my ears.
2. Good sound: I like the frequency response of these IEMs. They're not at all flat, but music on them is pleasant. A lot of other reviews have mentioned that this has better bass than some of the higher end Shure IEMs, so if casual listening is a thing and you need IEMs, you might prefer these over the other ones.
3. The fit: Can't describe how good the fit is! This is the main reason why I got these IEMs. While playing guitar live, I can thrash my head around and they'll still stay snugly fit, while my Sennheiser CX 180s would just fly off and hang from my shoulder. Headbanging, windmills, it'll handle them all! I use the fastener to make sure that the in-ears don't flob around when I'm tilting my head forwards or backwards.
1. Price: If you're looking for casual listening, don't go for this. This isn't meant to satisfy that purpose. My Sennheiser CX 180s sound a tad bit clearer than these. The only reason the price is justified for me is because I'll be using these long term and my purpose is live on-stage in-ear monitoring.
2. Comfort: Initially, I had pain in my left ear while using these. I think it was just the case of me not shaping the memory wire properly. But yes, be sure you're wearing them right or you might get sore ears.
A note here for those who wear spect...
Very mild bass. Not even decent bass in this IEM.