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post #946 of 1300

Hi everyone,

 

is anyone using these as live IEM on stage? I'm thinking about getting a pair, but I'm worried that the bass could be too boomy and overpowering. Any thoughts?

post #947 of 1300

well it shouldn't be that bad, considering you're using it on stage, you can always adjust the sound from the soundboard. so it should be fine.

post #948 of 1300

Well i just spoke to Shure (UK) about the left cable issue and they said that they've only received a handful back since it was released.  I mentioned that some people have returned them and received news ones with the same issue, but they said since the release, they've had several batches come in and that any issues should be fixed.  Not 100% convinced, but i don't have much choice!

post #949 of 1300

Can someone tell me the correct evolution in Shure's dynamic models?

Is it E2C - SCL2 - SE115 - SE215?

 

What about their lowest armature model SE110, is there a successor?

post #950 of 1300

I think SE110 is the only Shure that uses the Knowles Siren BA.

post #951 of 1300

I have a question about the iPhone/iPod cable for the SE215. Will it work to play music from a non-iPhone/iPod? I know that the controls won't work nor will them microphone, but can you listen to, say, a Sansa Clip with the cable installed?

 

Thanks. Brad.

post #952 of 1300

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post #953 of 1300
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrbrad View Post

I have a question about the iPhone/iPod cable for the SE215. Will it work to play music from a non-iPhone/iPod? I know that the controls won't work nor will them microphone, but can you listen to, say, a Sansa Clip with the cable installed?

 

Thanks. Brad.


I don't have direct experience with the Shure iPhone cable, but every iPhone earphones I tried (with mic and controls) work with every other player I have - including the Sansa clip.

 

post #954 of 1300
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Originally Posted by os2k View Post

I don't have direct experience with the Shure iPhone cable, but every iPhone earphones I tried (with mic and controls) work with every other player I have - including the Sansa clip.

 


Like os2k, never play with Shure cable before, but most DAP will take the TRRS cable just fine.

 

post #955 of 1300

Thanks for your inputs. I didn't want to get the cables and then only be able to use my SE212s on an iPhone.

Brad.

post #956 of 1300

I have ordered the SE215 clear today and want to use them on the iPhone 4. But I don't have ordered the iPhone cable because it's only available in Black.

Are there custom made clear/white cables available for Shure In-Ear monitors?

 

post #957 of 1300

whose successor is the se215?

post #958 of 1300

Does anyone else have a hard time getting these in their ears since it's contoured to fit the ear instead of a straight barreled design?

post #959 of 1300

They fit my ears perfectly and I have no issues setting them in.  

 

I have however ran into the same issue twice now.  The left earbud has stopped working.  I sent it back to Shure a couple months ago and got replacements and it now stopped working again this morning.  Ugh, this is annoying...  They just stay here at work on my desk so they haven't been subject to abuse or anything.

post #960 of 1300

Is there an significant treble improvement with the iPhone cable? I like the headset very much but i used to like more treble, it's a little bit too much on the background for my taste. 

 

It will be also handy to have that cable for controlling my iPhone as a nice extra. :D

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