Summary: These were one of my first serious pairs of headphones. I realize they're bottom of the line for Shure but they hold their own due largely to a few key points. First, the isolation is fantastic for a universal fit IEM. Seriously, it's good, better than anything you'll get from active NC headphones.
Pros: Inexpensive, great isolation, easy to drive
Cons: Fit could be better, foam tips wear out quickly
Summary: Shure SE110
In this review i will be talking about how these IEM sound, feel, look, and their value. I will also explain the Pros and Cons of the IEM. I have had these IEM for about three years. So they have had a lot of burn in time. I listen to them about five hours a week on average.
Summary: I picked these up off ebay a few weeks ago for 5 $ so my expectations were not high but to my surprise i think that i found a new pair of daily drivers, as i have said i have collected a fairly large collection of ie phones some cheap and most up words of 100 $ which is not a lot these days but i do...
Summary: As many know these are a nice upgrade and quite price conscience. I do like the accessory pack and methods of lengthening the cable. I use them while flying and usually wear them the entire flight (even for 20+ hours) due to their good sound isolation.
Pros: sound improvement to stock apple EMs and isolation
Summary: With the Shure SE110 in-ear headphones, Shure has borrowed technology from its years of creating products for working musicians. This means you can expect a high standard of music playback and accuracy.
Summary: The SE-110 is a good, solid general purpose earbud that offers near-neutral tonal balance (balance I preferred to that of Shure’s much more costly SE-310), a delicate touch of warmth, and a hint of treble roll-off that makes the earbud forgiving of so-so recordings.
Conclusion: No not a form of torture but the best add on for your brand new shiny MP3 player. Did you know that the best way to improve its sound is a good set of isolating earphones like these little beauties from Shure?