Summary: This is my favourite part, as I get to tell you about the price and imagine what your face is going to look like. These earphones have a market price (MOP) of Rs. 27,000. Yes, that is correct. While this is definitely way too expensive for a regular guy like me, I’m sure there are audiophiles that would love to get their hands on the SE535s. They sound great, are comfortable once you get used to them (despite the size) and look like they’ll last a while.
Conclusion: The Shure SE535s are the best earphones Shure have made yet, improving the sound quality and design of the classic Shure SE530s, but you'll have to open your wallet pretty wide to afford them. If you're serious about sound quality though, these are the new buds to beat.
Pros: A triple-driver design gives the Shure SE535 earphones fantastic performance across the whole frequency spectrum. Big, bombastic bass, lush mids and detailed treble will make your music sound better than ever before. Shure's foam and rubber tips offer fab sound isolation, so if you're on the tube or bus, all you'll be able to hear is your music, not the irritations of the world around you. The removable cable means that the Shure SE535s are likely to survive much long...
Cons: With an RRP just under £500, you'd be hard-pressed to find an MP3 player anywhere near as expensive as these earphones. Superb buds from rivals like Ultimate Ears can be had for half the price. Nothing about these earphones is small. The price is big, the in-line volume control accessory is big, and the buds themselves are hefty too. You'll have to wear them with the cable draped over the top of your ears to make sure they don't fall out.