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Shure SE425

A Review On: Shure SE425 Earphone

Shure SE425 Earphone

Rated # 28 in Universal Fit
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Price paid: $152.00
soong
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Pros: Excellent sound quality, fit, and soundstage

Cons: None, from my perspective

I'm not as experienced as other members here in headfi, but I can assure you that you won't be disappointed a single bit if you are coming from sub 200 dollars price range. I've been using earphones all the way from Apple's stock earphones, Audiotechnica sub 100 dollars, to Sennheiser sub 150. This SE425 just rocks. Of course, I got a deal for used pair for 152 USD, but that doesn't mean the sound quality degraded (actually, the previous owner burned-in, so it was a good sounding IEM from the beginning for me.)

 

One thing that I like about this design is that you can sleep while wearing these without a problem. It doesnt protrude from your ear, so no worries about them breaking.

 

Have a great listening experience! :D

1 Comment:

Congratulations on scoring a studio-ready earset. The SE425-V appears a perfect match for the Shure® Personal Studio Monitor line of in-ear monitors, wired and wireless; the detachable cable makes life easier for the assistant audio engineer, as failing cables can be replaced on the spot during a studio or live-recording session. I'll be waiting for Topics on tricking up the SE425-V with six-9's Cu, Ag, &c., harnesses - a technique used with many lines of professional over-the-ear headsets to eliminate remaining frequency-response and soundstage issues from specific set-ups.
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