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Shure SE215 Black Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateFeb 2016
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connector
Cable length1.62 m
Connector contacts platingGold
Ear couplingIntraaural
Headphone frequency22 - 17500 Hz
Headphone sensitivity107 dB
Impedance20 Ω
Wearing styleIn-ear
Colour of productBlue

Shure SE215 Black Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2018-01-04
The first half of the review is of the Shure SE215 itself. The SE215 has been a staple of the audiophile community for years, often recommended as an entry-level high-quality IEM. Available in black, blue, white, or clear, the tiny housing of this IEM is...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-24
Vibrant, detailed sound, Earbuds fit securely and comfortably, Replaceable cable, Intuitive controlsNeckband can be slightly awkward, Securing or taking off earbuds is time consuming
While Shure is world renowned in audiophile circles, the brand is also beloved among budget-conscious listeners for offering products with excellent sound-to-dollar value. Shure's popular SE215 in-ear headphones are widely considered among the best you c...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-09
Excellent audio performance, Super-secure in-ear fit, with some passive noise reduction, Removable/replaceable audio cableNo extra cable included, Mediocre mic quality
In 2011, we reviewed the Shure SE215, $99 wired earphones that still sound ridiculously good for the price and come with a removable cable. Few earphones in this price range offer removable cables, which can add years to the life of the product (replacing...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-22
I wouldn't necessarily call the SE215 a looker. Shure seems to rather focus on a design that's functional than eye-pleasing. I'd agree with that from the perspective that in-ears aren't really that noticeable when donned, especially compared over-ears.Alm...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Relatively precise and homogenous sound, Practically no distortion, Comfortable, Good passive noise isolation, Sturdy earbuds and cables, Appropriate accessories (tips, case and cleaning tool)Bass slightly overpowering and lacks bite, Some masking in the low mids/mids, Cable too stiff, takes time before it sits right
The Shure SE215 have a pretty standard design for these kinds of in-ears, somewhere between an L and a V shape. They're quite sturdily built and should deal with heat and perspiration without any difficulty, given their target market. The two thick easily
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Reviewed on 2012-04-25
The right music doesn't soothe the savage beast, it makes the beast more savage. When you're going for a long run, that's exactly what you want. The pulse of thumping beats can make you feel superhuman. It certainly beats the sound of your own labored bre...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-25
The right music doesn't soothe the savage beast, it makes the beast more savage. When you're going for a long run, that's exactly what you want. The pulse of thumping beats can make you feel superhuman. It certainly beats the sound of your own labored bre...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-19
Shure’s consumer products use many of the same technologies as the company’s famous stage equipment, but this lifts many of Shure’s headphones above the budget of most non-enthusiasts. To reduce costs, the SE215 earphones use dynamic drivers rather tha...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-14
Marketing, public relations pros, and, yes, even journalists, tend to neglect the middle-priced products in most manufacturers’ lines. It’s easy to understand why. Budget-priced products can be praised for their value, and top-of-the-line items c...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-17
The most impressive sound quality of all the earphones tested hereExpensive; inverted design meant that the SE125s kept popping out; difficult to swap earbuds
Since they’re the second most expensive earphones we looked at, we’ve got to begin our review of the Shures with some negatives. There is, however, plenty of good stuff to follow. Like the Phonaks, these have an inverted design, with the cable running ...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-06
Solid sound isolationClear, powerful driversLow cable handling noiseBass overwhelmsAwkward fitLarge physical size
Altec Lansing announces a trio of 'Custom Series' in-ear monitors -- no, seriously Shure's SE210m+ sound isolating earbuds include iPhone remote, $170 price tag Westone 4 earphones review There are a lot of in-ear headphones out there these days, from the...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-18
Pro build and features, rich, weighty sound, good mid/bass detailNot as driving or sparkly as we'd like, thanks to that rich character
Although they're the cheapest model in the range, the SE215s borrow surprisingly heavily from the ultra high-end . They have the same style of moulded closure, for example, which sits in your ear while the cable comes out the top and fits around it. I...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-14
Powerful, thud-tastic bass, Wide soundstage, Class-leading cable qualityNot the most detailed treble
Shure isn't a company that needs to update its products often. Among the audio nut crowd, they're held aloft as one of - if not the - most reliable manufacturer of earphones around. The SE215 takes over from the classic SE210, adding a detachable cable an...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-31
The Shure SE215 headphones are built to last. The housing that connects the 3.5mm audio jack to the cable is nicely reinforced and as the cable comes out at a 90-degree angle accidental damage is kept to a minimum. Shure specialises in making kit for professionals so it’s the little details that count for a lot. For example, unlike most headphones on the market, the Shure SE215 come with a detach...We like the heavy-duty appeal of the cable and plastic houses but we’re aware they’re not as sleek as other makes out there. The biggest problem with the Shure SE215 headphones is the rather large and bulbous driver housings, which make you look a bit like a TV broadcaster and will certainly prove a problem for people with smaller ears....
The Shure SE215 headphones are the entry-level offerings in the award winning SE Series. These in-ear isolation headphones come with a single dynamic driver and a frequency range between 17 – 22,000Hz. Delivering up to 102dB of sound, you’ll find a hos...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-13
Excellent audio performance—solid clarity and bass without over-boosting, Replaceable cable, Includes six different sizes of ear tips,Fit becomes loose if over-ear wire isn't strongly secured,
Shure's latest pair of earphones, the SE215, manages to walk the line between bass-boosted beasts and strictly flat response pairs. While audiophiles seeking the latter might want to stop reading now, those who prefer more low-end than you get from a p...

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