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Shure SE210 Sound Isolating Earphones
6.0 out of 10

Shure SE210 Sound Isolating Earphones

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Overall 10

Great earphone

Cindy P., Newegg
16 January 2010
  • Summary: make sure you have HQ mp3/music, cos you WILL hear all the imperfections in low bit rate musics.
  • Pros: great sound quality, total isolation without any active noise cancelling junk. beautiful and rich bass, hi-def speakers definitely makes a difference
  • Cons: none, apart from the price tag.
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Overall 10

Much better than e2c

Darrell F., Newegg
2 December 2009
  • Summary: Owned the e2c's for 2 years, had to send them in probably 4 or 5 times. loved the sound quality but was frustrated with the durability. once the warrenty expired and they broke again, I saw these on sale (not newegg though). The cord is thicker so I gave it a chance and couldnt be happier with them.
  • Pros: Incredible sound quality, extremely comfortable, noise isolation is out of this world. They still work after a year of heavy usage, like at least 4 hours a day. the 2 year warrenty is nice, have had to use plenty of times for previous shure earbuds.
  • Cons: bass is a little lacking, but they are small earbuds. Shure's reputation for durability is not the greatest.
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Overall 10

Great Quality!

Kevin C., Newegg
23 November 2009
  • Summary: Wish they were slightly cheaper, but what can you do?
  • Pros: Comes with a variety of ear buds, I personally like the ones you can squish the most. They fit comfortably in my ear and don't fall out if I'm on the move. Sound quality is also quite good, regardless of whether you're after clear treble or a deep bass. They're definitely not the best out there, ...
  • Cons: The wiring can get tangled easily depending on whether you tend to wrap them around your ipod and what not. It's not a major issue, since this happens with every pair.
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Overall 10


Max H., Newegg
17 October 2009
  • Summary: Sound isolating versus noise canceling is great. My girlfriend has the Bose in ear's that are great sounding and deliver some serious low end. If you are looking for lots of bass these headphones aren't for you.
  • Pros: Great low profile look. Wear them behind the ear with cord going down your back and you cant even see them. They sound great (see other thoughts) ISOLATION! awesome! I am able to listen at substantially lower sound volumes while walking around downtown Chicago and I still hear every little detail.
  • Cons: I am babying them so the cords don't break which they inevitably will. I used to have a pair of e2c's back in 2004 and the cable broke up near the ear but exactly 2 weeks after the 2 year warranty was up. No biggie I didn't take the best care of them but everyone agrees these have a serious weak ...
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Overall 10

Excellent headphones

Derrick X., Newegg
6 September 2009
  • Summary: Newegg shipping was amazing as always, free and fast.
  • Pros: - Amazing sound quality. I'm definitely hearing things in my music that I never noticed before. - Sound isolation is superb. I've had "passive" sound canceling earphones before (Apple's in-ear headphones, and a pair of Etymotics), and this blows them out of the water. Be sure to wear them as Shur...
  • Cons: - Included are extra pairs of different-sized earbud inserts, in case the default ones don't fit well. Unfortunately, it's really hard to change them. I wanted to try some of the non-default ones in case they fit better (even though they already fit really well), but I ended up ripping one of the...
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Overall 6

Great Sound, but

Wai S., Newegg
24 August 2009
  • Pros: Great Sound and good passive noise cancellation. Nice modular wire design.
  • Cons: Earbuds started to fail after about 6 months use.
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Overall 4

Suprisngly Mediocore

Jon F., Newegg
20 August 2009
  • Summary: I purchased this when I purchased my Zune figuring that I wanted some high quality earbuds with my new MP3 player. When I heard the sound in comparison to the stock earbuds that came with Zune I felt the stock ones were better, so I returned them the next day.
  • Pros: Good Sound plenty of end bits to choose from. the cleaning tool can be useful.
  • Cons: . They may have been alright for a third of the price defiantly not $150 for. The sound felt hollow no matter what ends I put on the earbuds. They lacked bass no matter how they were positioned in my ear. none of end pieces felt very comfortable and a nuisance as well because they never stayed in...
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Overall 6

buying this brand first time

Jerry L., Newegg
28 July 2009
  • Summary: good if you like hearing soft song, but if you like some dancing song, rock or rap, you should consider others
  • Pros: some detail, good noise canceling. good sound in mid and high.
  • Cons: almost no any bass. no very comfortable when using for a long time. cable is not very soft
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Overall 8

Great Headphone

Eric H., Newegg
8 June 2009
Overall 10

They're worth it.

John M., Newegg
8 May 2009
  • Summary: I purchased these as a replacement to my E2c's and I love them. They're lighter, more comfortable, and sound even better. My E2c's did only last about 2 years before the wires deteriorated (where they rest behind the ear) to the point that they were unusable.
  • Pros: Unbeatable sound quality for the price range. Excellent array of earpieces for optimal fit. High Quality protective case. Newegg sells them!!!
  • Cons: The housing for the wire deteriorates rather quickly and I honestly don't expect them to last much more than 2 years.
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