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Shure SE535-CL Sound Isolating Earphones with Triple High Definition MicroDrivers
- Speaker Type: Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers
- Sound Isolating Design. MMCX Connector has a lock-snap mechanism allowing 360 degree rotation for comfortable fit
- Spacious Sound with Rich Bass
- Included Premium Fit Kit. Shock Isolator
- Formable wire ensures secure placement over the ear
- Convert Shure SE535 Earphones to wireless with the new Bluetooth-Enabled Cable (RMCE-BT1). Sold separately.
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Sound Isolating Earphones
The SE535 utilizes a dedicated tweeter and dual woofers to deliver spacious sound with rich bass. A detachable cable with formable wire enables easy replacement, both extending the life of your investment and providing a secure, comfortable fit. Sound Isolating sleeves in multiple sizes provide up to 37 dB of isolation, and a wide assortment of accessories offer premium customization.
Evolved from personal monitor technology road-tested by pro musicians and fine-tuned by Shure engineers, SE535 earphones deliver an unparalleled listening experience, allowing you to hear the details of your music like never before.
- Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers
- Detachable cables with formable wire
- Available in clear, bronze, or Limited Edition Red
- Includes SE535, sleeve fit kit, carrying case, cleaning tool, adapters, volume control, and user guide
Sound Isolating Design
Comfortable sound isolating sleeves block up to 37 dB of ambient noise. Sound isolation technology prevents outside noise from interfering with your listening experience, whether onstage or on-the-go. Shure Sound Isolating Earphones require a proper fit to achieve the best sound.
|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 Signiture||Detailed Sound with Enhanced Bass + The Freedom of Wireless||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|
|Sensitivity (1kHz)||107 dB SPL/mW||107 dB SPL/mW||107 dB SPL/mW||107 dB SPL/mW||107 dB SPL/mW||107 dB SPL/mW|
|Impedance (1kHz)||17 Ω||17 Ω||27 Ω||22 Ω||36 Ω||9 Ω|
|Noise Attenuation||Up to 37 dB||Up to 37 dB||Up to 37 dB||Up to 37 dB||Up to 37 dB||Up to 37 dB|
|Frequency Range||22Hz – 17.5kHz||22Hz – 17.5kHz||22Hz – 18.5kHz||20Hz – 19kHz||18Hz – 19kHz||15Hz – 20kHz|
|Input Connector||N/A||Gold-plated 3.5 mm (1/8”)||Gold-plated 3.5 mm (1/8”)||Gold-plated 3.5 mm (1/8”)||Gold-plated 3.5 mm (1/8”)||Gold-plated 3.5 mm (1/8”)|
|Cable||Bluetooth Enabled Communication Cable with 3-Button Remote and Mic||64” Detachable with wireform fit||64” Detachable with wireform fit||64” Detachable with wireform fit||64” Detachable with wireform fit||64”and 45” Detachable with wireform fit cable|
|Color||Clear, Translucent Black, Special Edition White or Special Edition Translucent Blue||Clear or Black||Clear or Black||Clear or Metallic Silver||Clear, Metallic Bronze, or Limited Edition Red||Crystal Clear or Metallic Bronze|
The choice for discriminating professionals and audiophiles, the SE535 utilizes Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers for incredibly spacious sound with rich bass. Evolved from personal monitor technology road-tested by pro musicians and fine-tuned by Shure engineers, SE535 earphones deliver an unparalleled listening experience allowing you to hear the details of your music like never before. Featuring Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers, the SE535 utilizes dedicated tweeter and dual woofers to deliver spacious sound with rich bass. A detachable cable with wire-form fit enables easy replacement, both extending the life of your investment and providing a secure, comfortable fit. Sound Isolating sleeves in multiple sizes provide up to 37 dB of isolation, and a wide assortment of accessories offer premium customization.
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I had a pair of Bose IE2i to listen to music when in my office, studying, running, gym, etc. I also had a pair of Bose AE2 that I used to play my electric drum set. I got tired of the IE2i and stopped using them altogether because those do not isolate any noises whatsoever. Like the new Bose SoundSport the earphone tips/buds are extremely comfortable, but you can hear every single noise from outside. I tried to use the IE2i in several 5-hr flights and they are useless. The AE2 sounded very good and isolated some noise. Enough to enjoy using them with my drumkit, but not enough to use on a plane ride.
Fantastic mid-range, poor bass and low-end; low impedance; long and strong cord; ability to replace only the cord if broken. Very comfortable behind-the-ear cord and position on the ear with great noise isolation. Given their lack of low-range these could not satisfy my needs. Expensive.
Bose SoundTrue Ultra in-ear STIE
Great balanced sound; strong bass; short and thin/flimsy cord; includes iPhone controls. Very comfortable silicone tips that provide great noise isolation, but you can hear the cord touching against any surface. Easy and fast to take on/off. The earphones wiggle a bit when running, though not enough to break the sound seal. Relatively expensive.
Great balanced sound; strong bass; low impedance; long and strong cord, ability to replace only the cord if broken. Very comfortable behind-the-ear cord and position on the ear with great noise isolation. I can hear comfortably with 2/16 volume bars from the iPhone. Used 5/16 volume bars on the iPhone when running with 15 mph winds and was amazing. After a learning curve, you get used to quickly putting them on/off. Inexpensive.
I got the SE425 first and discarded them for their lack of bass. I couldn't notice much of a sound difference between the STIE and the SE215. The SE215 have a lower impedance and thus sound louder but the quality is, to me, quite comparable (My suggestion: get a tight seal, don't go too deep into your ear). The benefits of the SE215 suit my overall needs better and ended up choosing these.
1. I will post this same review in all three products hoping others will find it useful.
2. I am traveling in a couple of days and if I find a good store in an airport that will let me try the SE535 I will make an update to this post. The SE535 are supposed to be as good as the SE425 with the bass that the latter so deeply lack.
A store at the Chicage O'Hare airport let me try the SE535. Here is my short review:
Fantastic balanced sound; great bass and low-end; low-enough impedance; long and strong cord, ability to replace only the cord if broken. Very comfortable behind-the-ear cord and position on the ear with great noise isolation. Many eartips to try for different occassions (e.g. biking, office, airplane). I can hear comfortably with 2/16 volume bars from the iPhone. With 3/16 volume bars on iPhone 5S the sound is astonishing, lead guitar doesn't sound over rythm guitar, bass and drums sound great and all sounds are complimenting one another as opposed to fighting over which is the primary sounding one. I use them for running, biking, skating, working out, in the office, at the library, coffee shop, in the car (passenger), on airplanes, and with my Roland TD30-KV electric drumkit. I never need more than 4/16 volume bars on my iPhone 5S. I specially like the versatility of these IEMs and quality of their sound. Expensive.
I sincerely hope you find this review helpful!
I tried some of the higher end etymotics thruout the years and even had a lesser shure pair, eventually over time in the hunt for a supreme audio experience I ended up with a 500 series shure and for me, the difference was night and day. As small inovations were made within the 500 series, I adopted an upgrade or two mostly due to wear and tear on the device(lost a pair once)...my last pair before these where the push to talk series they had with the awfully big attachment piece. over time, the wires frayed and while i did look into it, i wasn't covered. I went on a oddysee out of spite to find a better yet cheaper solution. It was pointless. The monster line does not have a equal line, i tried and spent, monsters don't equal shure. Finally I had a birthday coming up and decided I was going to spoil myself in a royal way so I figured out what the latest 500 series was and grabbed em...
for the 500 series upgrades I have done, this was the biggest upgrade of em all. the detachable earphone from the primary wire line setup would have solved my problems years ago and eliminated the need for future upgrades. for those that have not used 500 series shure earphones, it involves a ridiculously weird bending excercise for a proper fit that over time just leads to frayed ends. That is still going to happen with these but the difference now is you can buy a replacement set of wires and just plug em in to the detachable earphone units and be as good as gold for the fraction of an upgrade price.
also, the default wires provided are finally built to a better quality that catches up to the competition, they don't fray as easily, they have a better quality to them, the earpiece bend part of it has a molding plastic to it to keep the proper bend better then has been possible before. in retrospect, it's hard to believe that shure asked you to spend 500$ for a set of their earphones and while it gave you the stellar audio, the fact that it gave such a subpar build quality to it is astounding.
from an audio standpoint, they sound like the same shure 500 series from 4 years back so if you took care of your 500 series shure from back then, no need to upgrade from an audio standpoint. I've had fairly expensive etymotic sets, i've gone to the 300$ range for monster sets, even fell for the apple in ear set, tried a few others as well. You have to spend 500$ plus to get these, that said, there is no spending 100$, 200$, 300$ 400$ and getting comparable sound. If you love your music, it'll never sound better then with a 500 series shure.
my one last complaint of them though is the default wires have no mobile phone buttons solution to them. For that, you need to spend a bit more for a another set of wires which I could fully accept but when you buy those mobile phone compatible wires, the build quality goes back downhill again. it's cheap wire, no form fitting earside wiring, no kevlar coating, its crap. It basically gets to the point you buy them for the times you want the mobile controls but you stick to the default wires for primary listening. To force that on a consumer spending 500$ plus is pathetic. I have stuck to the default and have found myself reaching for the control pod only to remember this defiency. these are in everyway 5 star earphones because for what i have ever tried, the competition is nothing more then 3 stars in comparison but this one fault of these set force me to drop a star mainly because it was a easy fix, it was a ignorant omission.
I figured if I were going to splurge, I'd go all the way - so I went with the limited red version.
I did quite a bit of research and bought these as a birthday present for myself. At first when I got them, I was taken aback by all the choices of ear tips. Of course I tried a bunch of them to determine which worked best for me. I get the best overall fit and feel with the gray soft tips -very similar to the ones in my Klipsch's.
At first, I thought what's the big deal with these earbuds? I truly didn't find anything special about their sound. So then I subscribed to a trial of the lossless music stream Tidal. Holy cow that's when the difference kicked in. At first it was - yeah the Shure's do sound better. But after a few days I can say that these are definitely my go to earbuds. There's no match to the comfort and sound of these earbuds. They offer just an overall superb listening experience. Absurdly expensive - yes, but so worth it.