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Shure SE110

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Shure SE 110 Sound Isolating Earphones – Review

1 December 2008
  • Excerpt: The business of sound reproduction never sleeps. R&D departments are working overtime for your attention, and your money. With the advent and proliferation of so many portable music players, music listening has taken on a life of its own. On any given day one can see people listening while: walking, running, skateboarding, in-line skating, ice skating, skiing, bicycling, weight lifting, relaxing, riding the bus, and on and on.
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Shure SE110 review

21 May 2008
  • Summary: If you're hunting for good-quality headphones in this price range, then you should add these to your shortlist. Although it is worth noting that the better-sounding SE210 (the next in the range) are competitively priced in comparison to this set if you shop around for the best deal (we found them for £64, but the RRP is much higher). Keep an eye on the Shure SE110 though - if they fall in price they will become an instant bargain.
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Shure SE-110 In-Ear Headphones

7 May 2008
  • 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. This already good earbud would be even better, though, if Shure could give it a bit more detail and nuance—yet without losing its other positive attributes.
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Overall 7

Shure SE110

PC Magazine
24 January 2008
  • Conclusion: The SE110's overall audio performance is laudable. While these earphones may not be the brightest sounding, they provide clean bass reproduction, crisp mids, and a secure fit.
  • Pros: Even bass response. Excellent passive noise reduction. Foam tips fit all types of ears well.
  • Cons: Sound lacks brightness. Significant cable microphonics (thump) makes it a poor choice for working out.
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Shure SE110 Review

24 December 2007
  • 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?
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Overall 7

Shure SE110 Noise Isolating Earphones

Trusted Reviews
5 February 2011
  • Summary: Can Shure produce a truly affordable set of earphones, while keeping the quality up?
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6 July 2009
  • Excerpt: The Shure SE 110 are a set of in ear headphones designed for personal use but to me sound good enough to use for monitoring during recording as well.  I've only used these headphones for listening to music from my iPod, and for this they definitely do the job pretty well.  They have a nice full sound for such small headphones and because of this...
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Overall 10

Shure SE110 review

2 January 2009
  • Summary: It’s fair to say that Shure knows what it’s doing when it comes to making earphones. Not only has the company been doing it for some time, it has invariably been at the top of the class, too. At £80, the SE110s are the company’s entry-level sound-isolating earphones – but don’t go thinking there’s any scrimping on sound quality. Tailored fit For noise isolating headphones, a correct fit is absolutely paramount.
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Overall 8
Features 6
Ease of use 6
Performance 10

Shure SE110 Ear Phones

4 February 2008
  • Summary: The trend for carrying your music with you, started by Sony with the Walkman cassette player back in 1979. Things have progressed to the point where you can carry an entire lifetimes music in the palm of your hand.
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Expert Review

26 November 2007
  • Conclusion: The Shure SE 110's are a pretty amazing sounding pair of Earphones. At their price point they might just be the best crafted, most well made and the best sounding earphones you can buy. Other manufacturers will give you more bass - but it is not natural bass - rather, it is enhanced and boomy bass. The Shure sound is one that is balanced, accurate and, I would imagine, the way the music actually sounds. High's were clear and crisp and bass was tight.
  • Pros: Beautiful, accurate sound, Comfortable fit, great build quality
  • Cons: A little tricky to get into your ears at first, slightly larger than most Earphones
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