Reviews and Problems with Shure SE210 Sound Isolating Earphones
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14 September 2012
Excerpt: After two and half years, I still use these. Having used them extensively for the duration of that time, they are looking pretty beat up, but they still work, for the most part. The earbuds come with an extension cable (the wire connect to the buds is only about 1.5 feet long, the rest is 3 foot...
Excerpt: So in the last 2 weeks I've gone through 2 pairs of earphones for my iphone. Starting with the stock ones that gave up the ghost, I got a pair of Zagg Zbuds, which I was really quite happy with. Until my cat found them within a week and destroyed them!! So I needed to get some more and went...
Summary: I had a previous version of these Shure headphones that I literally wore out. I tried to use a less expensive pair and was never happy. The sound quality and fit is superior to any other in-ear headphone I have tried.
Summary: I had a pair of four year old Shure sound isolating earphones that had seen their day. I picked up the SE210 yesterday and tried them out on a bus, and later on at the gym.All I heard was what was coming from my iPod- no bus noise, no road noise. At the gym, no blaring music from their PA system, or hearing other people's talking.Worth the [$]!
Excerpt: The Shure SE210 are a strange breed of In-Ear headphones. They have a big part of the driver cases outside of your ear, but they are worn "upside down" with the cables wrapped over and behind your ears. That makes them less comfortable than compareable headphones, like the Etymotic ER6,...
Excerpt: The Shure SE210 earphones have balanced armature drivers and as such have excellent mids and highs and also very low impedance (which means good signal quality and low power usage). Take care and time to properly fit them with the included kit (3 sizes of silicone, 3 sizes of foam, and one set of...
Summary: This is my second pair of Shure earphones. I previously had the E3c set, but they had an accident. I got these as a replacement and it is clear that Shure continues to improve their product. I travel often for work, so I want something for use on airplanes. The over-ear style fatigue me too much, so I prefer in ear style. The foam inserts are great at blocking out noise and delivering clear sound even in noisy environments.
Pros: Easy To Use, GREAT SOUND, Improves Sound Quality, Versatile
Summary: went to macworld's shure booth and got demos from an all questions answered, shurerep, and got to hear my ipod on all of the in the ear sound isolating earbud style line. started with the upcoming lower cost. version, good but not great, and all the way to the top of the line.version - the clearest and purist sound at lower ear protecting volume, and the SE210's were the best overall super sound quality for the price, hand's down