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Shure SE425

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Overall 8

Great product and sounds great

King, B&H Photo
14 January 2015
  • Excerpt: It's a great alternative inexpensive product for musicians who can't afford the expensive IEM.
  • Pros: Improves Sound Quality
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Overall 8

Great Earbuds!

Director's Chair AV, B&H Photo
14 December 2014
  • Excerpt: I use these for music listening and for field monitoring.I bought them, in part, based on the Shure reputation for design, ruggedness, and accuracy.When I first received and tried these I did not like them. They fit poorly and the sound was very thin and lacking in bass and definition. I put them down after 5 minutes and considered returning them.But, as in most things patience (and reading the instructions) are indeed a virtue.
  • Pros: Accurate Open Sound, Durable, Fits Well, High Ambient Isolation, Replaceable Cable
  • Cons: Hard To Fit
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Overall 10

Great Sound

Jeff, Crutchfield
16 July 2014
  • Summary: Great product; pro quality; crystal clear sound; seem very durable
  • Pros: GREAT SOUND. To me they are much better than Beats or Bose. I like the in ear option headphones better than over the ear. Better comfort on long trips. Very accurate sound. Pro product and quality.
  • Cons: Even fitted well the bass response is good but not heavy. If you like heavy bass you should try something else.
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Overall 8

Shure SE425 Earphones with Removable Cables

darrell, earphone solutions
10 July 2014
  • Summary: Good headphones help me pump up while working out. Lost 20 pounds!
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Overall 4

My second Schure product to fail quickly

Khad2204, CNET
9 July 2014
  • Summary: This is my second bad experience with Schure earbuds. I use my earbuds for approximately one hour per week whilst out walking. Within 15 months of purchase the wires forming the cable round my ears snapped in 2 places making the earbuds unstable in my ears. The sound failed entirely on the right side and has intermittent crackling in the left. After 2 chances and after reading other reviews with same problem I have no faith in the product or the company.
  • Pros: Looked good in the review
  • Cons: Cables failed both sides and sound failed right side.
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Overall 10

Great In Ear Headphones

PBS, B&H Photo
27 June 2014
  • Excerpt: I have been in search of quality, noise-canceling, in-ear headphones for a long time. In truth, I have delayed investing in a really good pair of headphones because it was always a tough cost-benefit analysis for me. However, I am also a professional vocalist and have been considering investing in a really good set of earphones that can serve as in-ear stage monitors as well. I am now so glad I purchased these headphones...
  • Pros: Sleek, Stylish
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Overall 10

Great headphones

Adam the computer guy, B&H Photo
18 May 2014
  • Excerpt: The sound quality is amazing, and the sound isolation is fantastic. Initially, as many have reported, they can be slightly painful, but I believe the material softens up over time, I've had them a few weeks now and they don't hurt at all. I had owned a set of similar Shure earbuds for years, they were great! They had survivied a severe rain storm (I figured that'd be the end of them, but no), and I accidentally ran over the with my motorcycle, yet they kept going strong.
  • Pros: Durable, Excellent Sound Quality
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Overall 6

No Low-End

ripov, B&H Photo
12 February 2014
  • Excerpt: They sound pretty good, but the low-end is very lacking. Too much money to pay for no bass.
  • Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fits Well, Lightweight, Stylish
  • Cons: Easily Broken, No Low-end
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Overall 9

User Review

jdpark, head-fi.org
11 February 2014
  • Summary: First of all, I don't think we should be comparing these to anything else but in ear monitors (IEMs), and generally in the price range.  However, my only experience is with Sure SE 110s that I used for over 5 years.  Those were about $99, and I got the 425s for about $270.  I've now had them for about four months, and have gone through the slightly disappointed stage which seems to occur for a lot of people with a lot of headphones.
  • Pros: Balance, imaging, speed from top to bottom, mids
  • Cons: High roll-off, no air in the bass
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Overall 8
Value for money 10
Features 10
Ease of use 10
Overall quality 10

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Steeln, americanmusical.com
5 January 2014
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