Reviews and Problems with Shure SE530 Sound Isolating Earphones
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Shure SE530 Earphones
9 August 2008
Excerpt: It’s a well-known fact that earphones bundled with MP3 players (yes, even the iPod) look and sound plasticky, and anyone serious about music should consider replacing them. The device I’m reviewing today is meant for those who do not believe in audio compression at all; and who need to hear every nuance at the highest audible frequency. Let me warn you that the product is ridiculously expensive, so stay away if you're either broke or skeptical!
Excerpt: For many, the thought of spending even a quarter the amount forked out for an MP3 player on accompanying headphones is a big leap. The Shure SE530s blow that notion out of the water – you’d be hard pressed to find an MP3 player that even comes close to this pair of earphones’ RRP. Read our full Shure SE530 review to see if it really is worth it.