Summary: The Shure SE315 Sound Isolating Earphones are a solid choice for those who want to invest in quality music makers. These buds block out most ambient noise while locking in loud, well-rounded sound, and, with their numerous ear inserts, you're bound to find ones that fit your ears best.
Pros: Great sound quality; Foam ear inserts block out nearly all ambient noise; Get very loud, but not uncomfortable; Cord doesn't tangle often
Summary: Just want to state up front my review rating is an absolute rating, not one based on comparative performance, pricing etc.
Having had the Shure SE215s for a while and not enjoying them I thought I would go up the range and try the SE315s.
Summary: Backstory: (skip if not interested :))
I never liked IEMs. Never found them comfortable. They gave decent sound quality at best when they had a good fit but the fit wouldn't stay. If it did, it wouldn't be comfortable. I never found the perfect IEM.
Summary: I got my Shure SE315 as a gift, and I absolutely love them, here's the review:
I think the SE315 has excellent build quality, with its detachable and robust cables, L shaped jack, they have no issues in daily usage.
Summary: Yeah so I went ahead and bought the thing, I guess all reviews with this IEMs really is true, soundstage is very good, mids and highs are good enough including the low end, though low ends aren't really that booming and less extension but overall sound for me (subjective nature of headphones) is...
Shure is definitely up there if you’re shopping around for high performance in-ear-monitors (IEM’s). Aside from the consumer oriented SE115’s, pretty much all of the new SE range caters for clear, true-to-studio and balanced audio fit for even the pickiest of audiophiles, but with the...
Pros: Good clean delivery of mids
Cons: Highs are not as well extended as they could be
Summary: This is a review for the Shure SE315's, first a little about myself I don't consider myself a hard core audiophile like most people on this site. I am 38 years old and I am just your everyday listener who appreciates quality sound.
Pros: Built Like A Tank, Overall Sound Is Great
Cons: Memory plastic over ear can be uncomfortable, Cable is a little stiff
Shure’s experience in the canalphone market has allowed the company to zero in on a nearly ideal design
Good Gear Guide.au
15 November 2011
Summary: The SE315’s design and ergonomics are as good as it gets for in-ear-canal headphones without stepping up to custom models. The SE315’s sound quality is almost as good as its design, with a neutral balance and great detail, missing only some bass impact and the superior amount of detail found in the...