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|DRIVER TYPE||Single Dynamic MicroDriver|
|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||21 Hz - 17.5 KHz|
|WIRED CONNECTIVITY||3.5mm Input|
|BOX CONTENTS||Shure SE215 Earphones|
|3 x Pairs of Flex Sleeves (S/M/L)|
Don’t sweat it, This Shure product is covered by a 1 Year manufacturer's warranty.
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|Housing||Plastic||Aluminium Alloy||Aluminium Alloy||Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy|
|Cable||Kevlar™ reinforced cables||Kevlar Fiber Cable||Oxygen Tangle Free Cable||Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy|
|Wearing Style||Neckband Free|
|Carry pouch||Magnetic Clasping Travel Case|
|Eartips||3 x Pairs of Flex Sleeves||6 pairs x silicone ear tips |
3 pairs x foam ear tips
|5 x dual density eartips |
2 x double flange eartips
2 x comply eartips
|3 pairs Silicon 2 pairs Foam|
|Clip||No||Shirt Clip||Shirt Clip||No|
|Should You Buy?|
|Our Verdict|| |
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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 :)
Got the Se215 yesterday.
First of all, thanks to Headphonezone.Prompt delivery.Will surely buy my next pair from here and also will surely recommend my friends and family to shop from here.
Heads up to you guys, do make an app for more convenience.
I was initially sceptical about ordering the Shures online because of the numerous posts I've read about counterfeits being shipped instead of the originals.But these were original, I verified.Again thanks to HPZ.
I was using a Soundmagic E10S prior to these and they were my daily drivers for about 3 years.
I then purchased the Sennheiser Momentum In-Ears but they were too much V-shaped and bassy(the highs weren't clear IMO)...and so I returned them.
And then my quest for new IEMs started.
Finally settled on Se215 because I value isolation and comfort a tad bit more than sound.
Man, are these comfortable.
You just forget that you are wearing them.Getting a comfortable fit is a bit tedious.I went through all the provided sleeves...The medium olives were perfect for me...Good bass response and excellent isolation.
Shure says this attenuates upto 37dB of noise, but I feel its way way more than that.Hence, these are not at all recommended for commutes.
Pure intimacy with your music.
Now, the sound.
Its not great but not bad either....need to burn them more before jumping to conclusions.
But, the sound is warm, soft and pleasant to the ears.Bass shows its presence everywhere, maybe it's good for some people.Highs are a bit held back and do not sparkle..hence not harsh on the ears.Not exactly balanced sound, but pretty much OK.
If you love House, Dance,EDM and Pop/Hip-Hop...these are made for you.
For other genres they are Okayish...Classical is good though due to the thump provided by the bass.
However, the comfort and isolationin these is pristine and it matters a lot to me.
I am for Shure, loving these.
Thanks HPZ...good luck and Happy New Year.
My search is for a earphone offering nice fit and passive noise cancellation and of course good sound reproduction without getting harsh or fatiguing.
I am having a e80c with me but I hate the treble as it's too harsh and fatiguing and so was looking for a more warmer sounding earphones. Based on reviews and my budget I shortlisted shure se215 and final audio e3000. But considering that e3000 does not provide great seal or passive noise cancellation I decided to go with se215 and I am pleased to have chosen this.
It has the right amount of bass neither too less nor too high. I saw some reviews where people were complaining it is not having enough bass but let me tell you that any more bass will muddy the sound(it already feels slightly muddy at times but that's fine as it's a side effect of boosted bass which I don't mind)
Mids sounds very pleasant, may not be true reproduction though. But that's what I like about it as it sounds more musical and pleasing rather than just being analytical. It seems the upper mids are controlled well as you dont get the sibilance.
Treble is very relaxed. I feel as if it's been rolled off starting from mid treble which is exactly what I want from an earphone. Thank God, Shure did a great job in not falling into the trap of boosting or leaving as it is with respect to mid and upper treble to make it bright sounding and creating a impression that it has very good treble extension. I still wonder why many of the earphones have harsh treble response. Yes I also would prefer to hear every sound clearly and loudly but why in a earphone when it is going to kill your ear drums. A boosted treble response in an external speaker is a perfectly fine thing because you are hearing it with the sound traveling through the air but with earphones it is straight away getting in and killing your ear drums.
Overall the sound quality is fuller, richer, warmer and pleasing and free of fatigue.
The sound these offers is so pleasing and warm. I ordered special edition(blue) so consider my review for the same.
I own audio technica m50x for a long time now and really a big fan of those beasts but quite really they are pretty much flat sounding headphones(yet amazing) so when i put these(se 215) in my ears, at first they don't sound that great but after burning in(I'm writing this review after 20 days of burn in period) the sound they provides totally changes. It's so damn pleasing. Although my headphones still offers clearer and more true sound signature but they are for sheer entertainment purpose. You'll love it once you'll get used to these.
On the other hand, i would say their fit is somthing you should really take into account. If you are that kind of person who gets irritated by the wire touch(if you are, you'll know what i mean) then it'll bother you. I am not saying they're not comfortable but the whole over the ear thing kind of bothers you. It's like there's somthing coiled up all round your ears. They'll not fall down while running, i can assure you that but due to their design, sweat gets all around these(including inside your ears where the eartips are) and a little bit can even go inside these(which won't change the sound or anything but still it bothers to see it inside(little droplets) until it dries up) so there's that.
P.S. while sleeping, as you would expect a very smooth performance due to negative profile, isn't the case. Although it's much better experience than sleeping with headphones but it's still not very pleasent one.
Sound- 5 star
Fit and comfort- 3 star
Average- 4 star
I hope this helps :)
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.
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