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Wait, there are 3 different types of SE310's?!?!

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Hi,

I pretty new to all of this high quality earbud stuff. I totally agree with it, I'm a music major and do nothing but listen to music, so I'm trying to find a set of earbuds I'll be happy with.

and I have. So please no recommendations, I've finally found the ones I want to buy, or so I thought.

I saw on amazon.com that there are the Shure SE310, Shure SE310-K, and the Shure SE310A-K.

What are the differences between these 3? What do the extra letters mean. Which one is the best of those 3? I was already set on buying the SE310-K before I scrolled down a little on the page and found the SE310A-K. Now I'm just confused.

Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks!!!
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Generally those letters like K, A-K etc are only differecies in colour or accessories.
They sound identical.
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