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Shure SE535-V Sound Isolating Earphones with Triple High Definition MicroDrivers
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- Speaker Type: Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers
- Sound Isolating Design
- Spacious Sound with Rich Bass
- Included Premium Fit Kit
- Formable wire ensures secure placement over the ear
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With a history of audio innovation spanning over 90 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.
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||Great Sound with Deep Bass||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)||105 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)||16 Ω||20 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||25Hz – 17kHz||22Hz – 17.5kHz||22Hz – 18.5kHz||20Hz – 19kHz||18Hz – 19kHz||15Hz – 20kHz|
|Input Connector||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”)||Gold-plated 3.5 mm (1/8”)|
|Cable||50” Fixed (optional in-line three button remote included with m+ version)||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||Grey||Clear or Black||Clear or Black||Clear or Metallic Silver||Clear, Metallic Bronze, or Limited Edition Red||Crystal Clear or Metallic Bronze|
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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.
Top customer reviews
The last IEM I owned was the Klipsch Image S4, a popular one at the time that was widely praised for sounding 10x what it cost. But I knew I'd need something at least as good as my DT-990s if I really wanted to be satisfied; or at least, I'd need something that could give me that "Wow" when a song comes on I haven't heard before and I can hear every detail.
I'll tell it to you straight, if you're a fan of open-back headphones - hell, any headphones that sit on your ears at all - odds are you aren't going to find an IEM that can live up to that experience, at least not without paying an insane price for it. At $500, the Shure SE535 should be the headphone that at least meets you halfway, and I can say that it just about does. But this is not an IEM with that "Wow!" factor.. actually it seems to be an actively anti-"Wow" pair of headphones. Take these out of the box and (after fiddling for several minutes) get them in your ear, the first thing you'll notice: they're damn comfortable for IEMs, mostly thanks to their smart but annoying design by which they basically hang on your ears. Now, turn on your favorite song, here it comes!... annnd... fizzle. Wait... what is this? Is this what I paid $500 for..? Are you kidding me?! This is the point where you have to have a little patience, giving your brain time to adjust to the new sound and the headphones time to show you what they can really do. Two words that should be printed on the bottom of the box: Keep Listening. Play song after song, and oddly enough, you'll find they start sounding better and better, and the SE535's character really starts to come out. The most forward, gorgeous rocking mids I've heard in probably any pair of headphones. The highs are so wonderfully detailed and flavorful, when singers hit those super high notes that would normally make you cringe in fear of pain, you instead feel an almost orgasmic sensation in the center of your brain, like their voice is reaching all the way into your brain and bouncing around in your skull. The lows and bass are understated, but certainly there, and they come out when they need to.. but hardly ever otherwise. This kind of sound profile actually has the unusual effect of making old, say pre-1940s vinyl recordings and mono mixes, sound amazing; listening to Jimmie Rodgers yodeling T For Texas sounds like having him right in front of you (don't let him sneeze on you). I was impressed by how much character these IEMs have, despite my initial disappointment that they didn't live up to my (perhaps absurd) expectations. All in all, I'll just break it down into pros and cons, so you can decide for yourself whether these are right for you in 2015.
-Quite comfortable, and the box includes a ton of different ear tips to choose from. The box, by the way, includes many useful accessories, like cables and a well built hard case that can easily fit in your pocket.
-Orgasmic mids and highs
-Great soundstage for an IEM with good isolation as well, a rare combination.
-Full of character, but not overstated; the music sounds fun, without compromising the detail.
-Same design that makes it so comfortable makes it incredibly annoying to put on, as you have to lay the cord over your ear; this becomes profoundly more irritating if you have long hair.
-Lows are understated and this seems to cost on sharpness and detail; instruments, for example, are more difficult to tell apart despite the 535's good soundstage. Bass is there, but has little punch or character.
-A little too expensive for what you're getting. But this is also the best IEM I've ever owned, and I haven't owned many.
I strongly recommend using an amplifier with the 535. It will bring out MUCH more detail and really push the IEMs to their full advantage. Not all headphones, particularly IEMs, benefit from amping but these definitely do. The lacking of bass can be corrected entirely with a proper amp, and the 535 handles a thumping bass excellently. I'm using the FiiO E12 I was using previously with my DT-990s, which is sort of overkill for a pair of IEMs, but it does sound heavenly- just be sure to be careful with the volume on any amplifier, as the 535's are low impendence and don't need much juice to get them going.
The first thing most listeners will notice with the 535's is their phenomenal mid-range response, which is largely out of style in most of today's popular (read: crap) audio products. The tight, clean bass is delightfully present in the mix without clouding over other ranges. The treble is bright and organic, not harsh and overpowering. The improved bass response, build design, and crossover sets these apart from earlier and lower models (I actually did an A/B test with the 425s vs 535s since I own both - the 535s won by a huge margin). I love cranking these puppies up...it feels like the music is emanating FROM MY BRAIN. Make sure you get a good seal on the 535's and they will change your life. Boom.
I have been very loyal to Shure for the past 5 years or so for their honest sound, quality builds, and great customer service. I had the E4G's and SE425s for several years, and when the cord broke on the former pair, they shipped me a brand new pair without question.
Bottom line: these aren't for "pop" audio listeners looking for destructively rumbling bass and over-cranked, shimmery highs. Try Bose, you will be more happy with the inaccurate replication of the music. For those seeking full, powerful, honest sound with a great build and innovative features, buy these and don't look back.