Shure SE846 Blue Price in Singapore & Specifications

This is a pair of On-Ear Earphones and has an In-Ear fitting. Additionally, the headphones come in Blue.

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Cheapest Shure SE846 Blue Price in Singapore is S$ 1,299.00

The Shure SE846 Blue is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Shure SE846 Blue price in Singapore is S$ 1,299.00 from Qoo10. You can also choose between different Shure SE846 Blue variants with Clear starting from S$ 1,399.00 and Bronze at S$ 1,299.00. Shure SE846 Blue price details are updated July 2020.

Shure SE846 Blue Price Guide

Shure SE846 Blue Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price Store
Shure SE846 Black S$ 1,299.00 Qoo10
Shure SE846 Blue S$ 1,299.00 Qoo10
Shure SE846 Bronze S$ 1,299.00 Qoo10
Shure SE846 Clear S$ 1,399.00 LazMall by Lazada

Shure SE846 Blue Specs

Design
Product Type On-Ear Earphones
Type of Fitting In-Ear
Colour Blue

Reviews of Shure SE846 Blue

majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2019-01-31
Here are two big-timers with great bass extension. They're in the same price range, but they offer pretty different sound signatures. My colleagues have written extensively about both, the Atlas and the SE846 here and here. This review is for you kids wh...
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majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2019-01-30
Today, we're comparing a shiny newcomer to an all-time favorite. My colleagues have written extensively about both, the Solaris and the SE846 here and here. This review is for folks who are familiar with at least one of these models, but can't yet commit...
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majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2018-05-09
If you're looking for over-ear headphones, click here. Rock n' roll, baby. Give us an an anthem, a heartbreaking ballad, a simple guitar strum, and we'll make it through the day. Today, I'm thinking about which earphones have given me the most magical ro...
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majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-06
Shure makes fantastic in-ear headphones. But enter the young Campfire Audio, and you're in for some tough competition. The Campfire Andromeda is $300 more expensive than the Shure SE846. Is the Andromeda worth all the hype and extra cash? And can it compe...
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majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
This year, I was super excited to try AKG's new flagship earphone model, the AKG N5005.  mm dynamic. After chatting with a fellow reviewer, Garrett, about it I became curious. They are about the same price as the Shure SE846 and I wondered how the two mig...
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majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-07
With the latest release of Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote, we've been asked about how the high-res Tesla driven earbud fares to its competitor quad-driven competitor Shure. Here it all is in our Beyerdynamic Xelento vs Shure SE846 Review. Xelento is delivere...
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majorhifi.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-17
The Shure SE846 is a high-end in-ear monitor that has a fantastic sound - and a price to match.  At $999, it certainly isn't going to be for everyone.  But if you're the type of person who wants to have the best earphones on the block, this one may be for...
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androidguys.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Shure SE846Sennheiser IE 8There's a reason why I have both. Sennheiser and Shure take completely different approaches to earphones. These guys might as well be arch-rivals. The design, technology, and sound they've gone with couldn't be more different, wh...
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headfonia.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-08
The full spec list can be found here.Shure was the main actor behind standardising earphone connectors behind the modified MMCX connector. Their energies were well spent.The CableThere is both lots to love and lots to hate about it. Let's start with the g...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-18
Sound quality, Comfortable fit, Wide assortment of accessories
Not for running, Expensive, No microphone
Shelling out $1,000 for earphones might sound like a lot — even crazy — but trust us, Shure 's in-ear headphones are worth your paycheck.The Shure SE846 earphones are in a class of their own in terms of both audio quality and fit. In fact, the product del...
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soundandvision.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-10
Four balanced armature drivers, Customizable frequency response, User-replaceable cables
Not as good at isolating outside noise as custom in-ears
You guys know Shure; it's best known as a microphone manufacturer, but millions of vinyl lovers have had long-term affairs with Shure's phono cartridges. The company jumped into the earphone market in 1997 and focused on pro users—musicians and sound engi...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-05
Stellar sound quality. Includes two detachable cables. Tons of accessories, including hard shell case, multitude of eartip options, inline volume adapter. Includes ear nozzle pieces to adjust sound signature to personal tastes.
Extremely expensive for a non-custom molded pair. No inline remote or phone controls for mobile devices
The $1,000 price range for earphones is not a realm most consumers visit—if you're reading, however, you're either one of the few who might, or you're at least curious. Do the high prices truly bring a euphoric audio experience? In the case of the Shure S...
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audiotechnology.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-06-12
Low pass filter makes for best-in-class sound, Top-end custom filter choices, Plenty of isolation
The pricey end of generics
Shure is one of the world's biggest wireless monitoring manufacturers, which requires them to have some decent accessories in the box. And for a lot of people, these single and dual-driver generics do the job. They're comfortable, provide good isolation...
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