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Shure Se210 Sound Isolating Earphones- Black

by Shure
96 customer reviews

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  • Earphones with Sound Isolating Design
  • Speaker Type: Hi-Definition MicroSpeaker
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Included Deluxe Fit Kit
  • Available in white and black

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 121.9 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm ; 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 295 g
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  • Item model number: SE210-A-K-EFS
  • ASIN: B000POFA1A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 April 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Shure SE210 Sound Isolating Earphones - Black. High Quality On-The-Go Audio. Ergonomic and lightweight sound isolating earphones offer the most accurate audio reproduction from both portable and home stereo audio sources-for the ultimate in precision highs and rich low end.

Manufacturer's Description

High Quality On-The-Go Audio Ergonomic and lightweight sound isolating earphones offer the most accurate audio reproduction from both portable and home stereo audio sources—for the ultimate in precision highs and rich low end. Product Overview: Sound Isolating Design Speaker Type: Hi-Definition MicroSpeaker 2-Year Limited Warranty Included Deluxe Fit Kit Available in Black and White Key Features: Evolved from personal monitor technology road-tested by pro musicians and perfected by Shure engineers the lightweight and stylish SE210 delivers full range audio that’s free from outside noise. Sound Isolating Design Included sound isolating sleeves block over 90 percent of ambient noise. Combined with an attractive ergonomic design and a modular cable interruptions from the outside world are minimized enabling you to focus on your music.

Designed for music lovers looking to upgrade their portable listening device the stylish SE210 allows you to bring the performance with you. Hi-Definition MicroSpeaker Developed for high-quality on-the-go listening the SE210 employs a single balanced armature driver to deliver full range audio. The result is a jaw-dropping listening experience complete with all the thrilling details of a live performance. Deluxe Fit Kit Includes: Sound Isolating Sleeves The role of the included sound isolating sleeves is twofold: blocking ambient noise and ensuring customized fit and comfort. Because every ear is different the Deluxe Fit Kit includes three sizes (S M L) of the Flex and Foam Sleeves. Experiment with the size and style that creates the best fit for you—a good seal is key to optimizing sound isolation and bass response as well as maximizing comfort during extended wear. Modular Cable Based on extensive user feedback Shure engineers have developed a detachable cable solution to enable unmatched personal customization. An included 3-foot cable allows you to tailor your experience depending on activity and application.



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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Julikat on 8 July 2007
I tried the SE210s as I'd sold my E4gs and was looking for something that would perform well with all styles of music, rather than just acoustic and classical. My friend just got the 420s and out of curiosity we compared both headphones side by side. Well, the 210s sound excellent considering they're the cheapest new Shure SE model and I didn't feel that the 420s were good value at all compared with the 210s. The 210s cost half as much as the 420s and are much better value for money. The produce a lovely full sound with vocals being beautifully presented and upfront - the 420s muffle the vocals slightly which I found distracting as I like the vocals to be clear.

I'm not a bass junkie and found the bass to be perfectly adequate, but I was also happy with the bass on the E4Gs. They don't have quite the same clarity in the mids as the E4Gs, but it is still much better than other heapdhones in the same price range. With the E4Gs, turning the volume up made them so 'bright' that my ears would 'ring' when I took them out - the 210s don't suffer that brightness at higher volumes which makes them a more suitable all-rounder for my listening preferences. If you're still considering buying the SE420s, at least try the 210s first. They're about half the price and sound just as good, but even better with vocals. You could save a lot of money.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Saunders on 18 Aug. 2008
It takes a few days to appreciate these headphones and a bit of experimentation to select the best sleeve and position relative to the ear for you. However, after listening for while, it dawns on you how much you have been missing. I have re-learnt how to listen to music and have been forced to re-rip my music in to a higher bitrate as these headphones pick out all the flaws of a poor qualiy rip. I am hearing for the first time, the sound of a guitar string slightly hitting the fretboard, the sound of the artist taking a short breath before singing and the sound of the pianist's stool creaking as they lean to press the piano keys. These sounds are all in pieces of music that I would have previously considered to know inside out. I now get pleasure from the music and from the simple act of listening to it. Additionally, putting these headphones in your ear and playing music even at the lowest volume creates your own audio world where the music is centred around you with all other noises blocked out. I find them comfortable and discrete. I would emphasize that it is important to select the best sleeve and position relative to the ear for your needs to fully appreciate these headphones.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By DF on 17 Sept. 2008
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I've just returned my second pair of these headphones to amazon.co.uk. When they work, they're great - good selection of pads so you can get a good fit and isolate yourself from outside sounds. Music sounds good and they work great with the iphone microphone cable from Shure if you have an iphone. HOWEVER, both of my pairs have developed the same fault - the sound became very faint in the right ear. Maybe I was unlucky, but I'm changing brand!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JoJo on 18 Aug. 2009
If fitted properly they sound amazing and are extremely comfortable (I wore mine all the way from Gatwick to Orlando), but don't buy a set unless you don't mind sending them back every six months. I loved mine until the cable began to break down, killing the sound in one ear - they have now been sent back as it seems that a lot of Shure headphones suffer from this issue.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. Copus on 8 Feb. 2008
I bought these in Hong Kong during a wait in the airport for the second leg of a long haul flight... I spent the first leg of the flight using the original Apple earphones that came with my IPod... the less said about them, the better. I spent most of the time wanting to take them out and was relieved when I had.

There is no comparison between the sound quality I enjoyed during the second leg of the flight. The difference was amazing.

The first thing I noticed was how good the SE210s are at general noise isolation (could barley hear the planes engines without any music on.. or the person next to me snoring...)

The second thing I noticed was the comfort (after a bit of fiddling with the various sleeves), I hardly knew I was wearing them and wore them for probably 5 hours straight.

The third thing I noticed and most importantly, the absolutely brilliant sound.

The only problem with these things is they make anything else sound totally crap. You will find yourself smiling even when listening to music you don't even like, they sound that good.

Want my advice? Buy some.. you wont regret it. No need to pay more but certainly don't pay less, you 'Shure' get what you pay for. What are you waiting for?.....
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Stow on 3 Nov. 2008
Purchased these earphones for a long haul flight as I wanted something to block out the sounds of the engines and other nervous flyers. I'm something of an audiophile (on a budget or else I would have been buying higher up shure's range). I have a set of Grado SR 80s, which whilst entirely different in concept and intent do offer me a rigid what hifi five star review upon which to 'ground' a few comparisons.

Firstly, a few reviewers have noted the importance of a good fit to ensure that the bass isn't washed out and tinny and I concur. The included earpieces seem to cater for a wide variety of ear canal shapes. If you don't find one thats perfect the triple flanges are a good (though not perfect) compromise. That said, some people - whether it's exceptionally odd ears or squeamishness - will never find a set that's 'just right'.

Secondly, BURN IN. When I first listened to these my initial excitement caused me to forget a few 'audiophile fundamentals'. Loud bass caused severe distortion - at first I thought I'd broken either my ears or the earphones. Preparing to return them to Amazon the following morning I thought I'd have some faith and give these 'phones a second chance. After an overnight burn in (leaving music playing through for an extended period of time) I awoke to a very pleasant surprise - where there was once distortion there was now a much more rounded and warm bass response. Once again, if you find these earphones distorting heavily, leave them on overnight - it's a day/night difference.

thirdly, overall sound quality is leaps and bounds above any of the apple earphones (included earbuds and the older 'in ear' 'phones - I haven't tried the new ones).
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