Compare Prices of Shure SE535

Cheapest Shure SE535 Price in Philippines is ₱ 20,860.00

The Shure SE535 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Shure SE535 price in Philippines is ₱ 20,860.00 from Amazon. You can also choose between different Shure SE535 variants with Red starting from ₱ 27,036.00 and Clear at ₱ 22,999.00. Shure SE535 price details are updated July 2020.

Shure SE535 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Shure SE535

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 4.352.047 ₱ 14,860.00
Malaysia MYR 1,348.00 ₱ 15,574.00
Philippines PHP 20,860.00 ₱ 20,860.00
Singapore SGD 550.00 ₱ 19,538.00

Shure SE535 Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
Shure SE535 Bronze ₱ 14,860.51 Amazon
Shure SE535 Clear ₱ 22,999.00 Lazada
Shure SE535 Red ₱ 27,036.00 Galleon

Shure SE535 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateSep 2011
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connectorYes
Connector contacts platingGold
Ear couplingIntraaural
Headphone frequency18 - 19000 Hz
Impedance36 Ω
Headphone sensitivity119 dB
Product typeHeadphones
Wearing styleIn-ear
Product colourTransparent
Cable length1.62 m
Detachable cableYes

Reviews of Shure SE535
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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Reviewed on 2019-01-03
Great sound, Blocks ambient noise (provided you achieve a tight seal), Bluetooth module (can be updated to a Bluetooth 5 module at additional cost)
Extremely expensive, Weak user's guide
Shure's SE535 in-ear headphones sound great and are quite accurate, facilitating EQ to suit just about anyone's taste. But these puppies will set you back a minimum of $449—or between $499 and $599 if you choose one of the Bluetooth options (street prices...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-14
Incredible sound quality, Thick cables prevent tangling and microphonics, Outstanding passive noise cancellation, Comfortable to wear for long listening sessions
Prohibitively expensive for most people, Reveal the flaws in low quality recordings and streaming music, More difficult to insert into ears than the competition
Let's not beat around the bush: $400 is, for most of us, an insane amount of money to spend on a pair of Bluetooth earphones. For that price, they'd best sound significantly better than anything else you've ever jammed into your skull, excluding earbuds t...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-11
Klipsch's release of the x20i earphone brought their in-ears to a new price point likely to make audiophiles stick their noses to the wind in search of a fun and rocking new toy. But do these earphones sound as good as they should for the price? And how d...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-03
Splendid bass, Faultlessly realistic sound, Very light and comfortable to wear, Cable is resistant to tangling and replaceable
Transparency 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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Reviewed on 2016-07-05
The Shure SE535 isn't a new earphone - it's been on the market for six years.  During that time, though, it has remained a popular choice for anyone searching around the $499 price point.  How good does it sound, though?  And is it the right in-ear headph...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-12
Really good sound, Removable cables, Good selection of add-ons, Little to no microphonics
Really 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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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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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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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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