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Shure SE530PTH

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hardwareheaven.com
26 April 2009
  • Summary: Shure recommend Sensaphonic custom sleeves if you wish to custom fit your own via ear moulds however I found the larger foam sleeves were an almost perfect fit for me, this will obviously vary from person to person. This process involves moulds being made with the help of an Audiologist and sending these to Sensaphonics. The advantages of custom sleeves is they will improve the performance of your earphones with perfect isolation and a more secure fitting.
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Hardware Heaven
6 January 2009
  • Conclusion: Shure recommend Sensaphonic custom sleeves if you wish to custom fit your own via ear moulds however I found the larger foam sleeves were an almost perfect fit for me, this will obviously vary from person to person. This process involves moulds being made with the help of an Audiologist and sending these to Sensaphonics. The advantages of custom sleeves is they will improve the performance of your earphones with perfect isolation and a more secure fitting.
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Overall 9
9.0

Shure SE530PTH Earphones

maximum pc
14 September 2007
  • Summary: The vibraslap opening on Cake’s title track sounded like it was drilling deep into the left side of our brain—and we mean that in a good way. Every link in the audio chain is crucial to delivering a great audio experience, but we draw a (dotted) line at spending twice as much on your earphones as you do your MP3 player. So, no Kick Ass for you, Shure.
  • Pros: Push to Hear is an ingenious alternative to poppin' your earbuds out every three minutes.  Plus they have great sound.
  • Cons: $500 is a lot of money for a pair of earphones.
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Overall 9
9.0

Shure SE530PTH Earphones

maximum pc
31 July 2007
  • Summary: The vibraslap opening on Cake’s title track sounded like it was drilling deep into the left side of our brain—and we mean that in a good way. Every link in the audio chain is crucial to delivering a great audio experience, but we draw a (dotted) line at spending twice as much on your earphones as you do your MP3 player. So, no Kick Ass for you, Shure.
  • Pros: Tweeter and two woofers.
  • Cons: Earphones shouldn't cost more than our MP3 player.
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Overall 10
10

Shure SE530PTH review

Stuff.tv
27 February 2007
  • Summary: When you buy an MP3 player, the first thing you should do is upgrade your headphones. A £20 pair of Sennheisers will transform your audio experience. But a £400 pair of Shures? Who in their right mind would pay more for their earphones than they’d spent on their 80GB iPod? The answer is simple: someone who values sound quality more than cash.
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