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Shure SE535 Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2010-08-17
Since its launch, the Shure SE530 has always been a popular choice for audiophiles who have the cash to splash on high quality audio. It’s been with us for a couple of years now and while its audio performance is undeniably top notch, a good number of ...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-03
Splendid bass, Faultlessly realistic sound, Very light and comfortable to wear, Cable is resistant to tangling and replaceableTransparency of the sound exposes poorly recorded music, Cost means you can't toss these around like any old pair of buds, Need good equipment to get the most out of them, No in-line microphone or remote on default cable
Asking me to tell you what the best headphones are is like asking WeRateDogs to pick its favorite canine. In both cases, there's far too much variety, diversity, and idiosyncratic charm to crown just one specimen as the very finest. That being said, I do...
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hifichoice.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-05-10
Classleading sound quality, cracking build and nice detatchable cableQuite bulky compared to some; slight cable microphony
Ipod sales, now into the hundreds of millions, have driven enormous growth in the headphone and specifically, earphone market, to the benefit of music lovers everywhere. With growth comes investment and with that comes developments in technology, leading ...
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novo.press
Reviewed on 2013-07-18
July 18th, 2013, In Headphones/Earphones (and Heaphone Amplifiers), Reviews, by adminShure Incorporated had its humble start in Chicago, founded by Sidney N. Shure back in 1925. The company in those days was simply a radio parts company. Fast forward...
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howtospendit.ft.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-21
The 535s are noise isolating – and not noise cancelling, which is a different thing. These cut out noise by sealing off your ears to outside sound, which I prefer as I find noise-cancelling headphones, which electronically combat noise, set up a weird pre...
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techlife.net
Reviewed on 2013-01-14
Rating :  ÂPrice : $60  | From: www.logitech.com  | Critical Specs : Headset with mic, driver size not specified, 16ohms impedance, 20Hz-20KHz frequency response, 105dB sensitivity, 115cm cable, five sets of tips, angled 3.5mm plug, hard carry case.L...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-06-08
Perfect sound quality, replaceable cablesTakes some time to get used to the fit
Shure has been known for having the best earphones on the market for years and the new SE535’s have only taken their reputation to the next level.The cables themselves are the first things that shout “high quality”. Shure has gone with a new Kevlar-rei...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-17
When I was told that the Shure SE535 earphones had arrived, I was really looking forward to testing them out. I’ve tried out previous models such as the SE530, but could never afford them. Now finally, I had a pair of SE535s all to myself. Well, at...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-22
They sound great, Comes with carry case, Plenty of bud-sizes to choose from, Other accessories includedThey're pricey, Can be filddly to fit
There are three types of earphones; those that look good, those that sound good, and those that look and sound awful.The Shure SE535 earphones sit firmly in the second category. Stylish and good-looking they are not, but they do sound utterly fantastic...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-12
Really good sound, Removable cables, Good selection of add-ons, Little to no microphonicsReally high price, Not the most comfortable earphones at this price,
The Shure SE535 earphones are a study in contrasts between frustration and nirvana. Boy, this wide-open gap in opinion is going to need some explaining. Shure is one of the better known headphone/earphone companies around, so when they announce a new ...
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whathifi.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-03
Punchy, pacey performance, very comfortable, impressive sound isolationNot quite as transparent as their closest rivals
These top-end are off to a great start if a good fit is high on your list of priorities. They’re a little fiddly to get in the ears, but their snug fit and wrap-around cables keep them firmly in place.At the time of writing, the SE535s’ suggested pric...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-01
The Shure SE535 headphones offer exceptional clarity; deep, tight bass; rich, enveloping sound; and great noise isolation. They are also relatively comfortable and include some useful extras such as an in-line volume control and an airplane adapter.The Shure SE535s are expensive, and the earbuds are on the large side.
Shure has been churning out impressive-sounding in-ear headphones for consumers for more than 15 years, and any new models from the company have featured mainly evolutionary changes from their predecessors. The latest update to the Shure consumer line ...
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avguide.com
Reviewed on 2010-09-20
If you polled a group of high-end headphone aficionados to ask which universal-fit in-ear headphones they regarded most highly as performance icons, I’m betting that Shure’s venerable SE530 would appear near the top of the list. Or at least it would...
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consumersearch.com
Reviewed on 2010-09-01
Excellent audio quality, Tripledriver design enhances sound, Detachable, Kevlarcoated cable, Inline volume control,Very expensive, May stick out
The Shure SE535 earphones replace Shure's top-rated SE530s, and reviewers say the new earphones are the best pair you can buy short of getting a custom-made set. Sound quality and detail are excellent, thanks to the SE535's triple-driver design: a twee...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2010-08-25
Sound quality will blow you away, Most robust headphone cable you'll find, Clear color option looks great
It's been a good, long while since we visited the upper rungs of Shure's in-ear monitor lineup (about four years, to be exact), and for good reason: the E500 / SE530 was already a stellar product that the company was understandably in no rush to replace. ...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2010-08-17
Since its launch, the Shure SE530 has always been a popular choice for audiophiles who have the cash to splash on high quality audio. It's been with us for a couple of years now and while its audio performance is undeniably top notch, a good number of use...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2010-08-16
A triple-driver design gives the Shure SE535 earphones fantastic performance across the whole frequency spectrum. Big, bombastic bass, lush mids and detailed treble will make your music sound better than ever before. Shure's foam and rubber tips offer fab sound isolation, so if you're on the tube or bus, all you'll be able to hear is your music, not the irritations of the world around you.The rem...With an RRP just under £500, you'd be hard-pressed to find an MP3 player anywhere near as expensive as these earphones. Superb buds from rivals like Ultimate Ears can be had for half the price.Nothing about these earphones is small. The price is big, the in-line volume control accessory is big, and the buds themselves are hefty too. You'll have to wear them with the cable draped over the top of y...
Shure's most expensive earphones yet, the Shure SE535s buds, trump the world-famous Shure SE530s, which are already seen by many audio nuts as the best earphones in the world. The Shure SE535s take sound quality into a new dimension, and use a handy de...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2010-07-28
Best Best Headphone Product With apologies to Shure, the SE535 earphones don't really need to exist. Frankly, the outgoing model which this upgrade replaces, the SE530 earphones, in turn an update to the E500PTH earphones, which have been with us for nigh...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-07-20
The Shure SE535 headphones offer exceptional clarity; deep, tight bass; rich, enveloping sound; and great noise isolation. They are also relatively comfortable and include some useful extras such as an in-line volume control and an airplane adapterThe Shure SE535s are expensive, and the earbuds are on the large side
Way back in 2007, we reviewed the extremely classy, supremely gorgeous Shure SE530 noise-isolating headphones. By golly, did we love 'em. Now Shure's unleashed the SE535s, high-end sound-isolating earbuds that will set you back £450. That's right: four...
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