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Shure SE115m+ Sound Isolating Headset (Black)

by Shure

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  • Dynamic MicroSpeaker II offers superior sound quality that's warm and detailed, with improved bass
  • Sound isolating sleeves in multiple shapes and sizes effectively block outside noise
  • Ergonomic earphone design ensures a customized, comfortable fit
  • Integrated three-button remote and mic allows you to adjust the volume, control music and video playback, record voice memos and answer or end calls
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 2 x 7.8 inches ; 4.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0031RG33C
  • Item model number: SE115M+
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,887 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 12, 2009

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Shure SE115m+ delivers warm, detailed sound and allows seamless switching between music and phone calls. The ergonomic earphone design and sleeves block outside noise and provide a comfortable, custom fit. The SE115m+ is compatible with Apple Voice Control and Voice Over technology (iPhone 3GS and shuffle 3rd generation). Dynamic MicroSpeaker II offers superior sound quality with improved bass. Sound isolating sleeves in multiple shapes and sizes effectively block outside noise. The ergonomic earphone design ensures a customized, secure fit. The integrated three-button remote with microphone allows you to adjust the volume, control music and video playback, record voice memos, and answer or end calls.


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SE 115 m+ Functionality
The SE115 M+ is the latest addition to Shure’s acclaimed family of professional quality audio accessories for portable music players and smartphones. The Shure SE115m+ combines quality and functionality: the headset blends the detailed audio performance and superior sound isolation of the SE115 Earphones with an integrated remote control and microphone. The SE115m+ is fully compatible with the iPhone 3GS and current Apple iPod models.

80 Years of Making Great Sounding Products
With a history of audio innovation spanning over 80 years, Shure has turned a passion for making great microphones and audio electronics into an obsession. No wonder Shure continues to set the worldwide industry standard for superior microphones and audio electronics. The success and reputation of the Shure brand has been defined by their continuous commitment to Total Quality, and it shows with every product they make.

Shure SE115 M+ Features
  • Frequency Range: 22Hz–17.5kHz
  • Sensitivity (1kHz): 105 dB SPL/mW
  • Input Connector: 3.5 mm (1/8") gold-plated stereo plug
  • Control Pod: Three button microphone with advanced controls
  • Impedance (1kHz): 16 O
  • Shure 2 year warranty
What’s in the Box
SE115m+ Sound Isolating Headset, built-in remote control with microphone, three sizes of foam sleeves, three sizes of grey flex sleeves, zippered carrying case

Product Description

Music and mobility never sounded so good. The SE115m+ delivers superior sound quality and features a remote and microphone, bringing together music and mobile in one integrated device.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Good build quality, good sound, good noise isolation.
K. Dale
Works great with an HTC EVO, the button on the mic mutes the mic during a call the other two buttons are inoperable.
boilermonkey
This is the main reason for giving 3 stars instead of 5.
adhatclomp

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By J. Sheckler on March 25, 2010
First, some background:
I have been listening to In Ear Monitors for at least 8 years now, since I purchased my first pair of Etymotics to accompany my first iPod back when they were the only game in town for IEM's. In many ways those Ety's are still my reference for everything else, even my collection of full sized headphones. Having owned an iPhone for a couple of years now, I have been on the lookout for a decent IEM with an elegantly paired mic and controls to replace Apple's own limited offering. This segment has really bloomed in the last 6 months, and I finally decided it was time to try some of the offerings out. I was very fortunate to come across a shop recently that had a large number of these sets in stock, with demo units, with a full selection of new ear tips of different sizes and materials to demo! They did not have the Ety HF2, which was ok, because I had largely ruled that model out anyhow due to the lack of volume controls, and due to the micro-phonics that my ER-4p's are prone to. Obviously this is a problem with all IEM's, but I find the problem to be worse with Ety's and I had hopes of being able to use these for some activity. The three models I focused my test on were the Klipsch Image S4i, the Monster Beats Tour, and the Shure SE115m+ (the subject of this review, and the model that I ultimately purchased). I found the Klipsch's to be rather boomy and the quality to be sub-par. I could have lived with the sound for my uses, and the mic/controls were very small and light which was a benefit, but in general the build quality had more in common with $20 ear buds than their $100 price tag. At $50-$60 they would have been a winner for me. The Beats were interesting.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By T. Hesselman on June 21, 2010
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I bought these to replace my venerable E2C's I've used for years with iPods. I got an HTC Incredible and wanted a microphone. I looked at many and decided on these not sure how the mic/buttons would work on a NON iPhone/iPod. Well, everything works except volumn up/down. I can answer the phone, hang up, one click. I can index forward songs, double click, or index back, triple click. With music playing, I can pause, single click, or restart, another single click. With music playing, a phone call comes in, music pauses, a single click answers, another single click hangs up, music starts back up. The mic works great even riding my bicycle at 17 mph! Minimal wind noise. And here's the real bonus, these sound wonderful, better than my E2's, and the form inserts are way better than the orange foamies of the E2 These foamies are black, have a smooth surface where the ear wax doesn't stick like the E2 foamies stick, are softer making for a better seal, and I can just shove 'em in, no rolling to compress, and get a great seal, the trick to good sound 'specially bass. I bought a cheaper brand of buds and although they worked the same, the sound was AWFUL, and I mean AWFUL. These SE115m+ buds sound fantastic, good bass but not boomy, great mids and highs. Best buds I've tried in the lower end of the price spectrum (well, maybe not LOWER, LOWER!). Great value. I use 'em every day bicycle riding.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D. Lee on January 20, 2010
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Though the 115m+ is really designed for the iPhone (the volume control buttons doesn't work with the BB), it works fine as headphones for just about anything with a standard 3.5mm jack. The middle button does work with the BB 9700. One click either answers/disconnects a call or toggles between play/pause.

Comfort is pretty good even after long term use. I managed to sleep with these in my ears inflight; no problem 7 hours later. After the 12 hour mark, my ears did hurt a bit.

Occasionally I fought with the cord to get it wrap around the top of my ear. Not a big issue.

Noise isolation seems to be somewhat better than the Bose QC headsets (I've used them all). It works so well, I kept on taking the earbuds out to talk to people.

The audio playback quality is pretty good, but I'm no audiophile. Didn't really notice any distortion, even a higher volumes. Speakers handle bass boost pretty well (if that's your thing), but the highs seem a bit cut off. With MP3s and phones calls, it won't matter much.

The microphone works pretty well. Had a few short conversations; even in noisy environments the other party could hear me clearly.

Carrying case is a nice touch. The case comes with a clip so you can attach to any loop. A cord management system with the case would have been better.

Overall: a decent choice if you like fitted earbuds for noise isolation and want something very small/lightweight to go with your phone.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By El Guapo on December 10, 2010
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My old Shure E2c earphones finally gave up the fight after 3 yrs. I can't speak highly enough of those so I wanted to go with Shure again but they were not stocked at my local "yellow tag" store. I bought some Etymotic earphones that were in stock and they sounded flat and lifeless so I returned them. Ordered these from Amazon and couldn't be happier. They sound good out of the box with plenty of bass. For my taste though I adjusted my EQ settings on my iphone4 to make them more "crisp". The "electronic" setting in the EQ seems just right to me. The volume/play buttons work great and keep me from having to reach into my jacket when skiing. I'm told the mic sounds good to people I call, and the build quality actually seems to have improved over my last Shure earphones. All of the buttons work seamlessly with an iphone 4.

One thing I might mention as others have is that fit is critical. These are supposed to go deep into your ear or they won't sound good. Experiment with the different adapters and wear them for awhile to see if they are comfortable. You can't just stick them in for the first time and make a snap judgement. Trust me, they take getting used to and are awkward and annoying for the first time user, but stick with it because the sound isolation (i laugh at crying babies on the airplane) and sound quality are far superior to anything else.

PS I only gave these a 4 star because I am not a fan of the 5 star system. A 5 would have to be a perfect product and I can't judge that for at least a year with any product. On a 1-10 scale I would give these a 9 out of 10 though as they seem nearly perfect at the moment.

***Update 11/8/11***

It's been nearly a year since I purchased this headset.
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