Shure SE 425-V Dual High Definition MicroDriver Earphones
Sam Amulyoto, ReviewStream
22 March 2011
Excerpt: I love listening to my iPod through my earphones, and I have a thing for high quality earphones. I always try to go out of my way to get myself high quality earphones, despite their high prices. I have owned many pairs of earphones in the past, including a pair …
Summary: It takes a bit of faff to get the right fit into your ear (for me at least) but once they are in properly and you have a good tight seal (and maybe some EQ tweaks) these will spit out some of the best sound for their price range. I can hear instruments I have never heard before in some tracks.
Summary: Firstly its worth saying that the sound out of these headphones are incredible. However after 12 months of use one ear lost sound completely I tried changing the cable but still no sound. So I contacted the reseller to be told “sorry we cannot help you” please contact Shure so I did.
Summary: Comfortable in-ear fit with superior music reproduction revealing surprising detail. Ideal for audiophiles seeking an excellent value and relatively discreet alternative to bulky headphones for travelling/commuting.
Summary: Ok to start with i'm not!! a musician and by any stretch of the imagination i'm not!!! an audiophile either, so this review is aimed at people just like me ordinary guys & girls who just love their music.
Summary: I've had a fair number of different in-ear headphones over the past couple of years. My first journey in to miniature headphone technology started many years ago with the almost instant realisation that the bog-standard iPod headphones supplied with the before mentioned article where beyond heinous.
Summary: I have not heard the more expensive 535 phones, however these are simply marvellous headphones. The sound is crisp yet well-rounded. Bass is not massive, but these are meant to be analytical rather than turbocharged nonsense.