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RHA MA750i vs Shure 215/215lte

post #1 of 7
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Hello,

I was looking to purchase an IEM.  I now that both of these have noise isolation.  On the Shure website, it says that these "with good fit" provides up to 37 db of noise reduction.  I did not find any information on the RHA. 

 

I need a earbud with good good noise reduction.  Do they provide the same amount of noise reduction?  As I think both of these IEM might be around the same sound. 

 

Any suggestions?  Would you pick one over the other?

 

Thanks

Andy

post #2 of 7
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Any recommendations?
post #3 of 7

What type of music do you listen to? The SE215 will provide better isolation, as shure iems are hard to beat in terms of isolation. They do an amazing job.

 

On the other hand when it comes to sound, i would recommend the rha 750i over the se215. That could sway depending on the type of music you like though

post #4 of 7
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I listen to various music. Like classical, pop, alternative rock, cpop, kpop.
post #5 of 7
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So in terms of isolation. If both uses say like comply tips. Shure will have a better noise isolation then RHA?
post #6 of 7

if using comply shure should have a little better isolation. If using stock tips, shure will have better over RHA 750. I still suggest the 750 over the se215 though. Its not like the RHA 750 isolation is lacking. the shures are just really good. 750i sound to me is more well rounded though haha

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Thanks
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