Let me first say that I do not have the se535. I have had the se530 for a couple of years and think its a pretty good earphone. What gets me is that Shure charges so much for the se535 when 90% of its development costs were paid off years ago with the se530. Shure had an opportunity to pass these savings on to its customers, but instead decided to screw them.
That's true, but they have to compensate for a gazillion of warranty exchange SE530s.
Edited by james444 - 3/28/11 at 2:21pm