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Shure SE846 Impressions Thread

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  1. UELong
    Does the earpiece completely swivel around? If so, just pull the earpiece off. I use a fingernail to help dislodge it.
  2. Darren Cotter
    No, it's attached. I've also edited my initial post as it doesn't have changeable filter any more.
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2019
  3. waveSounds
    Would put money on it being a fake if that's the case.
    robthemac and UELong like this.
  4. csglinux
    It's a fake. Disappointing if that came direct from Amazon :frowning2:
  5. Darren Cotter
    It's the Bluetooth version, but I thought it would just have two removable cables, but still have the filters etc.
  6. JaZZ Contributor
    If it's this one, the cable should be removable (despite the rubber look) – and filters should be included.
  7. Vahur
    I got my Shure SE846-CL with BT about week ago. Selle and shipped by Amazon.co.uk.
    It had clear cable attached out of the box and two extra cables in the box. One with the mic and one Bluetooth cable. Also mine had filters included.

    The already attached cable yes have the rubber feel on the top, that material should hold cable around your ear.
  8. ZappaMan
    Can you post pictures?
  9. Vahur
    Something weird happened today. Listened music from Tidal with FiiO M9 when at some point right earpiece was completely silent for about 10-15 seconds. I reached for player but then also sound returned. But after that it seems to me that bass isn't same anymore as it was before that happened. It's doesn't feel so punchy and live anymore, more like thin and not so "colourful".

    Have anyone else experienced that or heard about it?
  10. AndrewH13
    Have you tried 2nd cable that came with 846? Is it the same?
  11. Vahur
    Sorry, forgot to add that. Yes, tried the cable with microphone also. Still getting the same feeling about the bass. Maybe I imagine it all. But same time why should I if everything would be same as before that happened.
  12. csglinux
    Have you tried a source other than your FiiO M9? Does that show the same issue?
  13. ropie
    Can somebody help me?

    While changing cables I somehow damaged the connector of my left earphone
    I tried to put on another cable, of which I found out later, the center pin was bent a little.
    By pushing this bent connector onto the mmcx connenctor, I damaged the earphone
    Its hard to see, but it seems that the center pin of the mmcx connector of the earphone, was pushed inwards.
    Now the center part of the earphone connector almost sits flush on the bottom of the connector, instead of sticking out a few millimeters.

    Now it barely makes contact, so the sound is dropping all the time.
    I feel so stupid, I love these earphone s so much

    Off course I wrote an e-mail to Shure today to ask if they can fix this, but no chance this will be a matter of warranty.
    Hopefully they will show some courtesy.

    Someone experienced something similar and has the golden tip how this can be repaired?
    Any help much appreciated

    The left picture is the right (undamaged) earpiece. The right is the damaged one

  14. SteveOliver
    This has happened to a few users. Shure should fix it for you for free if its in warranty otherwise it will probably be cheaper to buy a replacement LHS or RHS unit, they still sell a single side replacement.
  15. csglinux
    You could try filing down the edge of your plug (don't touch the headphone itself - only the cable plug) using fine-grit sandpaper. This has worked for me with other mmcx headphones. The region in red is the only thing that wants reducing slightly.
    If that fails, I think it's time for a replacement earbud :frowning2:
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