Excerpt: Don't let the fact that these Shures come with a 'Fit Kit' worry you. It may sound like a pair of trainers and compulsory gym membership, but it's actually an assortment of different-sized foam and plastic ear tips designed to make the in-ear intrusion of the SE115s as comfortable as possible. Of course, not everyone likes the intimacy of in-ears, but at least Shure gives you a nice spread of options.
Pros: Snug fit, well balanced sound, brimming with detail, full-bodied, but not overblown bass
Summary: While the aurally squeamish are better off going for a pair of hefty on-ear cans than some intrusive in-ears, Shure’s range are a fine iPod upgrade for everyone else. Our favourite pair at the time of writing are the SE110s , which are riding high in our headphones Top 10. The SE115s are based on these fine performers, but have two main differences: they add a dynamic driver for supposedly beefier sound, and are available in red, blue and pink paint jobs.