Shure SRH1540 Review

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by kimvictor, Jan 23, 2014.
  1. markrw
    I use the Geekria PJZ-0007-02. It works well for me. 
     
  2. markrw
    1. Geekria
    2. Model Number: PJZ-0007-02

     
  3. gug42
    Thx for sharing ! Seems interisting

    Well anyone try to remove the thin actual headband and totaly replace it ?
     
  4. waveSounds
    I've thought about it. Looks like a Beyer headband could be a straight swap, but so far haven't been able to find anywhere selling the headband parts independent of the headphones ¬_¬
     
  5. gug42
    Ok thank you :)
     
    About modification : anyone tried the zmf ori pads ?
     
  6. Quadfather
    The Shure SRH1540s with Moon Audio Silver Dragon cables, and a Questyle QP1R is damn near an out-of-body experience!
     
    Last edited: Apr 29, 2017
  7. AlexB73
    I need closed headphones for classic music, vocal and 50-60x jazz.
    Are 1540 good for these kind of music?
     
    Last edited: May 3, 2017
  8. gug42
    Hello

    I dont think : bump in bass, High-mids at the hospital. You need a more neutral headphone
     
  9. AlexB73
    Does anybody use Shure 1540 with Chord Mojo DAC/Amp?
    I had Beyerdynamic 990 Pro. How do Shure 1540 sound compared to 990?
     
    Last edited: May 3, 2017
  10. KookaBurrra
    This is my combo, Shure 1540 with Chord Mojo, and it's a great combinaison with superb synergy to my ears !
     
  11. gug42
    Kooka :beerchug:

    Alex : DT990 and shure are different. Shure has a bump in the bass. Shure has less high. Also more détails, more precision. I move with pleasure from a DT990 to a shure (well some brain burn in needed because of the sound signature).

    By the the shure is not really hard to pair with something. Pretty easy to drive.
     
    Last edited: May 4, 2017
  12. AlexB73
    Thank you all for reply!
     
  13. waveSounds
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  14. waveSounds
    Just received a set of SRH1840 pads and replacement Beyer headband. The headband didn't fit, so if you're thinking of giving it a go, I've saved you the trial & error! The 1840 pads on the other-hand are a really quite interesting on the 1540. Bass definitely reduces in presence and isolation takes a hit, but mids come forward and things generally sound more open and expansive. Worth the €18.
     
    Last edited: May 9, 2017
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  15. gug42
    good to know :) thx
     

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