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Shure PA910M Replacement Black Foam Sleeves (Medium) for Shure SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH Earphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Standard Packaging
  • Replacement foam sleeves for SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH earphones
  • Compress to fit gently into the ear, then expand to form a tight yet comfortable seal
  • Tapered design for a better fit
  • Medium size
  • Its a 5-pair
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Shure PA910M Replacement Black Foam Sleeves (Medium) for Shure SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH Earphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Shure PA910S Replacement Black Foam Sleeves (Small) for Shure SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH Earphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Shure PA910L Replacement Black Foam Sleeves (Large) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Technical Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • New black foam sleeves are tapered, washable, and offer extended durability allowing for longer wear. Gently compress the foam to create a comfortable fit and snug acoustic seal that holds the earphones firmly in place while blocking out ambient noise.

Product Details

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  • Item Weight: 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000NDHIKY
  • Item model number: PA910M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2004

Product Description

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

Product Description

Replacement black foam Sleeves for use with the Shure SE Sound Isolating earphones. These reusable foam sleeves fit comfortably in the ear and allow for ease of insertion. The Shure PA910M sleeves are the replacement sleeves for the SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH Earphones. Shure also manufacturers other types of replacement sleeves for your earphones if you prefer a different fit. The Shure EA410 is also compatible with the SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH Earphones. Package includes 10 sleeves/5 pair.

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These replacement sleeves are for use with Shure SE Sound Isolating earphones--specifically models SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530, and SE530PTH. The smooth and tapered foam design is easy to insert and fits comfortably in any ear. Three different sizes ensure a cushy, custom fit. This package includes 10 total sleeves.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The size decision is a very personal one as everyone's ears are a different size.
Penn Name
Shure black foam, AKA olive is well known among head-fi community for longevity, and great sound.
Wing
I wear these for hours on end, even falling asleep with them, and never feel any discomfort.
Kevin der Kinderen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 64 people found the following review helpful By boof bonser on April 12, 2007
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I've owned the e2, e3, e4, and now e500, and I've experienced all of the Shure sleeves that have come with each set of earphones. I finally got ahold of these new black foamies, and I have to say, they're very good. Previously, I split time between the clear flex PVC and the yellow foamies. I thought that they both had their pros and cons (PVC had a "truer" sound to them, but the yellow foamies were best all around in terms of isolation, sound quality, and comfort). These black foamies aren't without drawbacks, but they've still taken over as my sleeve of choice.

The reasons are: superior isolation, superb comfort, and the fact that they don't lose their ability to expand after only two weeks, which was the case with the old yellow foamies. These black foamies are also deemed to be washable by Shure, while the yellows would basically get dirty, lose their expandability, and become useless in a few weeks' time.

If I were rating the sleeves, it would go like this (1 worst, 10 being the best):

Sound Quality

Black foamies: 8.5

Yellow foamies: 9

Clear flex PVC: 9.5

Black rubber flex: 6.5

Isolation

Black foamies: 9

Yellow foamies: 8

Clear flex PVC: 8.5

Black rubber flex: 6

Comfort

Black foamies: 9

Yellow foamies: 8

Clear flex PVC: 7

Black rubber flex: 7.5

Believe it or not, the sound quality and presentation can vary quite a bit by switching sleeves. I'm not rating the triple-flange sleeve because I could never get comfortable with jamming it so far into my ear, even with it cut down to bi-flange.

The black foamies present the best balance of the three categories.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Felipe H. Cersosimo on November 20, 2007
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I have spent more time than most would care to believe testing out the various sleeves available to my Shure SE310's, and have come to the following conclusions...

To get the most out of your earbuds, one need consider two factors of EQUAL IMPORTANCE:

1) How far the actual sound driver on the earbud (not just the sleeve) is into your ear canal

2) How tight the seal is within your ear canal

As most tend to discuss the latter of these two factors, I would first like to emphasize the following pertaining to the former...

If the seal is tight, but your buds are sticking out of your ears because the sleeves are so big(thus lacking in factor #1), then the sound which that tight seal keeps within your ear canal will be somewhat negated by the extra distance between the sound driver and your eardrum.

On the other hand, if you choose some smaller sleeves, and manage to get the earbuds in so far that they almost disappear entirely, you will somewhat inevitably be lacking in factor #2, i.e., an adequate seal, because if they are going that far into your ear canal they are probably not large enough to tightly create a seal.

With that said, the trick as I see it is this...

You need to find sleeves which provide a BALANCE BETWEEN THESE TWO FACTORS. Namely, a tight seal, but not so tight as to force the earbuds to push themselves out after the foam has expanded.

Also, one must understand that the best sound will probably not come from the most comfortable sleeves that you choose.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JohnVidale on January 11, 2008
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I'd been an adherent to the Shure yellow foams with my Shure E3Cs headphones, and just have been trying the new black foams for the last two days.

The appearance is less gaudy, both from less obtrusive color black and somewhat smaller size.

The sound seems to me identical, perhaps a touch less sound isolation from less secure contact at the tapered edges of the black foams. The black foam puffed up more quickly than the yellow, allowing less time to position them all the way in, slightly less convenient.

As I indicated just above, the grip of the black foams seems less secure, although still adequate, with the new tapered geometry - the cylindrical shape for the yellow ones has a bigger radius on the edge further in the ear, with the associated downside of the yellow ones being a little rougher on my ears with their firm grip. And the blacks seem softer in general.

[added 3 weeks later] I've opted for vanity and subdued appearance over secure fit, and use the new black ones, even though I've given them a lower rating. Indeed the grip and sound isolation of the softer black foams is less, but dignity counts for something.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jared Hunter on April 20, 2009
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The Shure E3C earphones come with a "fit kit" that includes yellow foams, three sizes of gray flexible rubber buds, and three sizes of clear, less flexible rubber buds.

The yellow foams made the best seal, but had a rough outer surface that irritated my ears after a while.
The flexible gray rubber buds were too flexible to make a good seal, and kept falling out.
The less-flexible clear buds made an okay seal, but were very uncomfrotable for extended listening.

These black foams ship with higher-end earphones, but fit a wide variety of Shure earphone models (including the E3C). The results?

*Night and day.*

I've never enjoyed these earphones as much as I have for the last 2 days. The black tapered foams make a great seal, and are comfortable enough for a few hours of listening at a time. They're easy to get in, stay in my ears well, and don't slip off the earphones easily (no more groping like a fool for a rubber bud crammed down my ear canal).

If they were half the price, they'd be a 5-star product easily. Apple retail stores often stock these, by the way, so there's no need to pay [...] outrageous shipping charges.
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