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Shure Se110-N Sound Isolating Earphones - Black

by Shure

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  • Designed for music lovers looking to upgrade the earphones included with their MP3 players
  • The compact SE110 Black is a perfect introduction to the stunning performance of Shure earphones
  • Evolved from earphone technology road-tested by pro musicians and perfected by Shure engineers
  • The compact SE110 Black delivers a rich, lifelike listening experience that’s free from outside noise.

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Item model number: SE110-N
  • ASIN: B000WDSSYA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Nov. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Vivid Listening

Featuring Balanced MicroSpeakers, these sound isolating earphones deliver optimized audio for a rich, lifelike listening experience.

Assorted sleeves and a modular cable provide unmatched comfort and customization.

Balanced MicroSpeaker

Developed for the discerning music lover, Balanced MicroSpeakers deliver optimized audio for a vivid and detailed listening experience.

Rediscover your favorite music - richer and more lifelike than you've ever heard it.

Sound Isolating Design

Comfortable sound isolating sleeves block over 90 percent of ambient noise.

Combined with the compact design and a modular cable, interruptions from the outside world are minimized, enabling you to focus on your music.

Box Contains

  • Sound Isolating Sleeves
  • Modular Cable
  • Carrying Case
  • Two-Year Limited Warranty

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    3.2 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ears McGraw on 12 Nov. 2008
    I never write reviews, but felt an obligation as these fine headphones seem to only have an overall rating of 2.5 stars - crazy!. Firstly, i'm an audio technician, so know my stuff. i won't go into detail, but they sound good, and are very well balanced (plus they get better with time!). lets face it, these are going to be used predominantly with mp3's/portable players... i challenge anyone to justify better quality with low bitrate music! on that note, the build quality is about as good as it gets - these will survive being dragged around with your ipod (even wound round it). They cost 50% more than your bog standard headphones, but produce 400% of the quality, and will physically last! On top of that, Shure has an excellent customer service if you do run into problems, which is unlikely. i could go on all day, but i can't be gassed.

    In a nutshell, the Apple store sells these for £69.99 and they're worth it at that price.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Big.E on 24 May 2009
    This review is aimed at anyone who is simply looking for a decent pair of earphones after the trash that Apple provide you with or a cheaper pair of Sony's etc, so here goes. Sorry if it's a little long!

    Having been quite happy with my Sennheiser CX-300s up til now, I thought it was time to see what the fuss was about and get my mitts on some of these Shure in-ear heaphones everyone seemed to be raving about.

    After trying them out at first I kept going back to the Sennheisers for brief periods, convinced that I wouldn't be able to get used to them. However, after keeping my EQ off for a week to help "bed" them in, I started looking for the best setting to go for. People's comments about the lack of bass are very true if you are coming from a regular (read Sennheiser/Sony/JVC et al) set of in-ear buds. In the end, I found the Latin setting to be a good balance.

    Over the next few days I went through artists from Foo Fighters to Alicia Keys to Hybrid. At this point they really started to shine. I really was hearing things I wouldn't normally hear, and it hit me that clarity is what these 'phones are about. None of this artifically enhanced bass or ear-splitting treble. Just balanced natural sound, pure and simple. I think this is borne out by the fact that I can get home from my daily commute and where the Sennheisers would almost leave my ears ringing for a few minutes, I feel none of this 'fatigue' with the Shures. They are extremely comfortable to wear, and provide almost perfect noise isolation. I can hear virtually nothing on the Tube with the volume at 75%, and even less when sitting in a busy office. As a result of this they are better for your ears in the long run as you don't need to have the volume up as high as you would with another set.
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    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By P. Barbosa on 8 Feb. 2008
    I bought a pair of Shure E2C headphones some months ago and unfortunately the cable broke. Something very unlikely, given the build and material quality. I phoned Shure distribution and they promptly replaced my headphones for the new SE110 (by the way, congratulations for the service!)

    These new headphones are a major improvement: the sound is richer and they have better bass response, which was a general complain. The extension cable is something that works well and the sleeves, especially the soft ones, are very impressive. I tried these headphones in the underground, airplanes and other noisy environments and never needed to get the volume above 3/4. When compared to my B&O a8, the treble is not as bright and the bass is not as deep, but for outdoor use I just take these headphones.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marc on 30 Nov. 2008
    Ignore the doom & gloom of some other reviews, these earphones are actually very good indeed. Along with other people, I had bought a pair of Shure E2C earphones previously on recommendation and although well made, I found them pretty uncomfortable and difficult to position for a good overall sound ( well, in my ears anyway ).

    These new SE100 earphones are a huge step forward, much more comfortable for prolonged periods of time and a significantly more rounded/detailed sound ( 'running them in' by plugging into a source at moderate volume overnight makes a noticeable difference to bass response ). As with the E2Cs, they are very well put together and come with a quality carry case etc ( sure, the extension lead is a bit of a mystery, but it doesn't do any harm! ).

    Not cheap, but worth every penny in my opinion, I can't fault them.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sam Loud on 14 Feb. 2009
    So I bought a pair of Shure in-ear phones (E4C) from Amazon about 22 months ago. They were very good, and I was dead happy with them.

    They needed a really deep push into your ear canal, and unless you did this, they sounded rubbish. But when you fitted them right (takes a long time, and a lot of experimentation to do this), they sounded lovely. ( I rip music at a minimum of 256k, BTW, so I know the difference between good and bad rips)

    But the cable casing on the E4Cs was badly designed, and it cracked open in the place it curved over your ear. Both of my cables cracked and split open. The plastic simply wasn't flexible enough; not fit for purpose. So, 22 months after purchase, I phoned Shure **AND THEY JUST SAID FINE, SEND THEM BACK AND WE'LL REPLACE THEM**. Super customer service. I sent 'em back, and 4 days later, they sent me a whole new set of their latest E110 sound insulating phones, which sound even better.

    These new E110s are dope, but even more impressive is the 'no messing' way that Shure reacted when I had a problem. Great product, great customer service. Well done Shure.
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