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post #106 of 235

Guys, I'll recieve my SE535 in like one week or so (package got delayed one week..) and I wonder if there's any need to burn these in?

post #107 of 235

I would imagine they will benefit from burn-in but they sound great right out of the box. I have a few hours on mine and they have certainly improved.

post #108 of 235

I just don't wanna start use them together with my amplifier at highest volume and destroy them :-S

post #109 of 235

My first impression with Shure Se 535 Le : 

 

Today i received my Shure Se 535 Le for Asia Market in Red colour.

 

Source : Iphone 4 S with file music WAV

 

Amp : Fostex Hp 1 and RS 71 B

 

Cable : USB to LOD 6 braided Silver cable DIY

 

Sound out from the Box : SE 535 LE overall more open and more clear than my Se 535

 

High : more extended than my SE 535 , but not harsh , very detail 

 

Mid : a bit thin than SE 535 , a bit laid back , but more clear than the MID from my SE 535

 

Bass : very clean deep bass and faster than my SE 535

 

Soundstaging : wider than SE 535

 

Separation : better than my SE 535 , i can hear the music placement better tah my SE 535

 

I like my Shure SE 535 LE , is the best in SQ compare to my SE 535 and SE 530

 

This is my personal opinion

 

 

 

post #110 of 235

I also bought one earlier this week. Hopefully, I will get it next week :)

post #111 of 235

I don't know when I'll be getting my SE535 Special Edition... but I'm slowly beginning to regret especially because I already have SE535 Clear...

 

If I end up changing my mind, would anyone be interested in buying from me?

 

You don't have to deal with the risk of paying custom fee since it would be U.S. -> U.S. transaction.

 

Please let me know, so I can decide what I should do with it!


Edited by johnkim0011 - 12/4/11 at 1:35pm
post #112 of 235

Well, I did get it today. I didn't open it yet because I'm not sure if I should keep it or not... but it looks real nice... so tempting tongue_smile.gif

 

Shure SE535 Clear and Shure SE535LTD-JShure SE535-LTD-J

 

post #113 of 235
Nice. You should have a listen and since you have a pair of 535 anyway, clip the new cable off them and attach your ones you have. Quick comparison shouldnt harm. I think you will be surprise by the improvement.

God luck, whatever you decide upon
post #114 of 235

I'm interested in getting 535LE from you in case you no longer want to keep them. 

post #115 of 235

Sounds faster ... very interesting I wish I could take a listen  ph34r.gif
The original 535 wasn't really impressive (IMHO) I liked the 530 better but I really like fast sounding IEMs...

 

post #116 of 235

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Originally Posted by TheGomdoRi View Post

Sounds faster ... very interesting I wish I could take a listen  ph34r.gif
The original 535 wasn't really impressive (IMHO) I liked the 530 better but I really like fast sounding IEMs...


Could you please clarify? Would like to know your thoughts, my friend. smile.gif

post #117 of 235

Faster is better I think. since SE 535 for me is a bit lazy. especially the bass

post #118 of 235
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

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Could you please clarify? Would like to know your thoughts, my friend. smile.gif


I didn't really like the 535 better either. More different. 535 is a bit thick sounding compared to the 530 but the upper mid is smoother and sounds more extended due to it. I don't think it actually has more extention which isn't really lacking in either.
 

 

post #119 of 235
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

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Could you please clarify? Would like to know your thoughts, my friend. smile.gif


Sure thing, (please understand this is from my recollection as I had sold both now) but I remember the 535 had wider soundstage, less grainier treble on most tracks (better treble quality), and had better overall construction/cables. However, when I had both I would A/B I found the 530 had more bass, felt smoother and the grainier treble kind of kept the music "lively" although it can be seen as a flaw, and the smaller soundstage (felt more engaging), but the 535 seemed more refined and controlled.

 

However, on the go the differences were negligible in real-life situations but upon focused listening the overall difference I've found was that 530 sounds warm and plays music the way it wants to (it's own style),  but the 535 is basically the 530 with a touch of the 425 (analytics) which I didn't really like. Don't get me wrong, I fully enjoy my 425s everyday but I just don't like half-measures, which I felt the 535 was.

 

This was from my S9 with and without a volume attenuator (just to see how it is with it and without it dampen the hiss in higher volumes)

 

EDIT: I should also clarify, when I say I liked the 530 better than the 535 I mean only sound quality wise. The build of the 530 is just atrocious (stay away lol it's just terrible) and the 535 is superior in every way except sound quality - and that is just my subjective interpretation.

 


Edited by TheGomdoRi - 12/6/11 at 3:02am
post #120 of 235

So I just noticed something interesting on the US site. There's a model also listed as the SE535LTD but its in silver. I'm crossing my fingers for it to be the same as the red one; I've always loved silver more than red. http://www.shure.com/americas/products/earphones-headphones/se-models/se535-sound-isolating-earphones-with-remote-plus-mic

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