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Shure SE210 Sound Isolating Earphone - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Included sound isolating sleeves block ambient noise without batteries or added hiss
  • Includes a selection of interchangeable sleeves for personalized, comfortable fit
  • Modular Cable Design lets you choose different cable lengths for different applications
  • Includes compact, durable carrying case
  • Frequency Response: 25Hz - 18.5kHz
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Shure SE210 Sound Isolating Earphone - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Shure EAC3BK 3 feet Extension Cable for SE110, SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530/530PTH & E500PTH Earphones (Black) + Shure EAC9BK 9 inch Earphone Extension Cable
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Technical Details

  • Noise-Isolating-Feature

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 14 inches ; 8.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0013JT3XC
  • Item model number: SE210-A-K
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

Product Description

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Road-tested by pro musicians and perfected by Shure engineers, the lightweight and stylish SE210s deliver full-range audio with minimal outside noise. Perfect for the modern music lover and their personal listening device.

Shure SE210
Road-tested by pro musicians and perfected by Shure engineers.
Shure SE210 Carrying Case
Durable carrying case included.
Shure SE210 Sleeves
Includes soft flex, foam, and triple-flange sleeves, with the foam and flex in three sizes.

High Quality On-The-Go Audio

Sound Isolating Design

The included sound isolating sleeves block over 90 percent of ambient noise, minimizing outside interruptions and enabling you to focus on your music.

Dynamic Sound

Developed for high-quality, on-the-go listening, the SE210 employs a single balanced armature driver, to deliver full-range audio. Get immersed in crystal-clear highs, rich mids, and serious low-end.

Sound Isolating Sleeves

The included sound isolating sleeves block ambient noise and ensure a customized, comfortable fit. Because every ear is different, three types of sleevs are included: soft flex sleeves made from pliable rubber, foam sleeves that expand in our ear canal for a tight seal, and earplug-style triple-flange sleeves. Three separate sizes of the flex and foam sleeves are included (S, M, L), to get that perfect fit.

Modular Cable

The included detachabe three-foot cable lets you quickly unplug the earphones--e.g., for a conversation, etc.--without reaching for your music player. The modular setup also lets you purchase different cable lengths for different applications.

Carrying Case

A compact, durable carrying case is also included with the SE210, for a convenient, tangle-free solution for storing your earphones.

Two-Year Limited Warranty

Every SE210 purchased comes with a two-year limited warranty on materials and workmanship.

RP-HC55-S Specs

Transducer Type: Balanced-Armature Drivers
Sensitivity: 114 dB SPL/mW (at 1kHz)
Impedance: 26 W (at 1kHz)
DC Resistance: 19 W
Frequency Response: 25Hz - 18.5kHz
Input Connector: 3.5 mm (1/8 in.) Gold-Plated Stereo Plug
Net Weight: 29g (1 oz)
Operational Temperature: Silver
Weight Without Cord: -18° C to 57° C (0° F to 135° F)
Max. Input: Storage Temperature: -29° C to 74° C (-20° F to 165° F)

What's in the Box

Shure SE210 Earphones, Deluxe Carrying Case, Foam Sleeves (S, M, L), Flex Sleeves (S, M, L), Triple Flange Sleeves, Cleaning Tool, Three-Foot Extension Cable

Product Description

Hi-Definition MicroSpeaker for Optmized Audio, Sound Isolating Design Blocks Outside Noise, Fit Kit for Superior Fid and Comfort, Comes with a Two Year Limited Manufactures Warranty, Superior Sound Quality, Modular Cable Design

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is great (for me).
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All in all worth every penny at least for me, and would reccommend them to anyone seeking a pair of sound isolating earphones.
J. Minchilli
Shure means surely bad quality and poor design.
Regis Haegler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

220 of 230 people found the following review helpful By IT Guru on April 6, 2007
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I'm a former audio engineer (cool job but hard to make any 'real' money) so as you might suspect I'm pretty discriminating when it comes to gear. Shure has long been a big name in pro audio, their SM57 and SM58 microphones are industry standards so it was only natural that I selected Shure when I decided to go for a pair of high end buds. Understand that these are NOT just a "pop them in and go" pair of phones like the kind that came with your MP3 player. You have to learn how to wear them and most people will probably experience some discomfort until you get used to them. This type of sound isolating earphone has to go DEEP into your ear canal to work properly. If you don't get the fit just right, you won't experience the rich sound including good (but not "in your face") bass that this pair of cans is capable of delivering. Getting the fit right and achieving a nice tight seal is absolutely critical. If you don't get it right these will sound like an old AM radio. Fortunately, Shure includes an very complete fit kit which includes several different types of sleeves in different sizes. After much experimentation I found the medium black foam sleeves (which were installed by default) worked the best. The characteristics of this foam are very unique. It compresses easily but is slow to return to shape. This is EXACTLY what is needed to get a good seal. To "install" the buds in your ears you first squeeze the foam between your fingers to compress it then you quickly insert the earphone in your ear and hold it there for about 10-15 seconds until the foam expands and forms a good seal. You'll find it's easier to put them in one at a time. You know if you did it right when you can no longer hear much (if any) ambient room noise.Read more ›
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By D. Matheny TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 12, 2007
I have had these earphones for 6 days now and I have to say I've been extremely impressed with the sound quality. At first I was a bit disappointed, but once I got the fit right and figured out how to insert them correctly they really improved to the point that they now sound amazing (it took about a day to get them fitted correctly).

As far as the fitting process goes, I ended up having to use the smallest sized inserts - I couldn't even get the medium size inserted at all. Now that I've found the right position in my ear, they stay in place very firmly and are comfortable enough to wear all day long. The mistake I made at first was just trying to jam them in as far as them would go, but I discovered that I have to push them in and then angle them up slightly into my ear canal to get the best sound. Before I made that discovery I was ready to return them because I wasn't impressed at all.

I wasn't sure how well the sound isolation would work, but I've found that they shut everything out almost completely. I have also found that I need to turn the volume down to about half of what I was previously used to - which I'm sure is a good thing. I've had people talking to me and I didn't even realize it with the music playing on level 8 out of 25.

Although these earphones are great overall, I have run into a few irritating problems that some people may want to consider.

At first glance, the cable splitting in half seems like it would be a great idea. Unfortunately, it causes a some unexpected issues:

1) It is difficult to just wrap the cord around your MP3 player because there is about a 3" section of the cable that doesn't bend (where the top section attaches to the extension).
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Seen on June 9, 2007
I don't have the vocabulary or technical knowledge to be considered an audiophile, but I am very, very particular about my audio, moreso than the average person I would imagine. I've owned everything from Bose to Ultimate Ears to Bang&Olufsen to Sennheiser and Sony. I recently purchased the SE210 recently as an upgrade from the Shure E2. I wasn't completely satisfied with the E2 (E2C.) The SE210 is a much easier fit than the E2, the process of inserting them is easier and they seem to stay in the ear better. Indeed, Shure ear phones, to me, fit better and isolate noise much better than other in-ear-canal earphones (like Ultimate Ears.) The sound is very crisp and clear, the level of detail is excellent, and the bass is not as heavy. I use these walking outside, on the rapid transit train, in the airport, and on planes, and these are amazing at enhancing the listening experience in noisy areas. If you listen to a lot of hip-hop or like a lot of bass, you might want to consider Ultimate Ears Super-Fi 5 Extra Bass or the Shure E2 model, which is much "bassier." Techno and mainstream pop sound particularly good, I should note. Although you can go up in price with this brand (or others) and get better audio (some of the earphones have tuned ports or multiple drivers) I found this is one of the best combinations of price and sound quality. Granted, these are still expensive, but if you're a music lover, it will be a worthy investment.

***Edit 07/07/07 ***

I thought I'd add a warning about the cable design, which is one very short cable that plugs into (a perfect iPod at the waist-size) a longer cable. It is VERY EASY for the two cables to come undone...
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