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I dont know if there are graphs, if they turn green, they turn green but it does not affect sound.

post #47 of 55
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Originally Posted by cyberalpha11 View Post


I heard SE535LTD is only available in Asia.
Is there any significant different in term of sound stage and instrument/vocal separation between SE535 and SE535LTD?
And which one has a deeper extension bass?

 

Looks like they are now selling in the US as well (http://www.shure.com/americas/products/earphones-headphones/se-earphones)

 

I only heard the standard SE535 for a limited time, so I can't give you a steer on bass extension or sound stage.  To me the instrument separation and imagery is pretty good overall - but the biggest difference is the treble extension.  It just has a much better top-end than the standard 535.  That alone was the reason I bought them.  Haven't regretted it.

post #48 of 55
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Looks like they are now selling in the US as well (http://www.shure.com/americas/products/earphones-headphones/se-earphones)

 

I only heard the standard SE535 for a limited time, so I can't give you a steer on bass extension or sound stage.  To me the instrument separation and imagery is pretty good overall - but the biggest difference is the treble extension.  It just has a much better top-end than the standard 535.  That alone was the reason I bought them.  Haven't regretted it.

Is it true that SE535/SE535LTD is less bassy comparing to SE215?

 

By the way do you have experince with Westone 4R?

 

Some said Westone 4R is outperformed Shure SE535 in term of bass, sound stage & instrument/vocal separation. Please comment.

post #49 of 55
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Originally Posted by cyberalpha11 View Post

Is it true that SE535/SE535LTD is less bassy comparing to SE215?

By the way do you have experince with Westone 4R?

Some said Westone 4R is outperformed Shure SE535 in term of bass, sound stage & instrument/vocal separation. Please comment.

SE215 has more quantity. SE535 has more quality.

I haven't heard the W4 - but then most W4 owners have never heard the SE535 ltd ed either. Just remember to take all opinions with a grain of salt (including mine). The only way to really know is to try both.
post #50 of 55
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Shure Hong Kong are lending me a SE215 Blue to review. Still no SE535 Red though frown.gif
Edited by ostewart - 11/28/12 at 1:05am
post #51 of 55
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Double post!
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Sorry to dig out an old thread !
I was thinking about upgrading the cable for my 425s.

Would a Baldur Mkii be a good choice?

Does it improve it's sound as much as it does with the 535s?

post #53 of 55
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Never heard baldur cable, what are you looking for in terms of upgrade?
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Well I heard that they make the highs and also the mids better while attached to the 535s bit I didn't find anything about them attached to any 425s .

I'm looking for an overall sound upgrade if possible, but maybe just a wider soundstage would be ok too :)

post #55 of 55
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Maybe just get the 6N silver plated copper, or contact frank from toxic cable, by far my favorite cable to work with and it sounds excellent too, not sure about it with the 425 but I guess it would sound good and last longer
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