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  • Perfect
    8 months ago
    Updated: 8 months ago
    One of my SE535 kids cracked after about 8 years of use and has now invested in new ones. Never regretted what I posted even though they are quite expensive. What you get in sound and quality is well worth it. Also closes out noise in an excellent way.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Upgraded from SE425 to SE535 and regret nothing, it was worth every penny. More bass, bigger sound image, etc. If you have the money then choose SE535.
    Overall, a couple of really good naps. In addition, they work well as silencers on flights.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    With proper and well-suited earplugs, these napkins sound great. Clearly distinct bass, clear midrange and a treble with just the right sharpness. The biggest rpoblemet with fools like these is that it's easy to snuggle into the audio file barrel, which is easy to cost when optimizing the entire chain.
  • Acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I must say I was very disappointed with these kids. I had them a few days and tried various different sources, including the headphone amplifier and my reciever.

    I experienced sound quite strained and exhausting. I do not know whether to play in this kind of trick but I let them go three days for safety reasons, without upplevan any difference. One need EQA up the bass part, but even if it is done I do not think that the headphones impress.

    Great credit to 4Sound accepted as guarantee, and incidentally agreed with my impression of headphones.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    I rarely write reviews, but ...

    These headphones! I bought the predecessor 530 eight years ago. They have been with me on all trips, business and personal. According to statistics, I have flown over a trip t.o.r. to the moon since. They are, they still sound fantastic, they are still the hum of the engines are gone. They are worth every penny for the 4000th
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Previously had a couple of Shure SE425 and thought they were very good but SE535 is somehow noticeably better sound quality. Would like to say that the SE535 is pure audiophile qualities which you sometimes amazes you that it can sound so amazingly good with ex stereo separation and very pleasant sound image, even though it is actually in-earlurar we're talking about. They are also easy operated and works very well with upper example iPhone.

    In addition, it is Shure very comfortable and shut out virtually all sound. You can at you them several hours without getting tired in the ears, or the like. It comes with most of earplugs in different big games so probably you will find somebody who fits your ears.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Very good lurk.
    Maybe not very good to have when you exercise when sweat makes the cable slips.

    But otherwise they sit terrible good and unlike other headphones I've tried so it does not hurt the ear after a couple hours of listening.

    Compared with my Sennheiser IE8 so these are very uniform in sound that is smoother curve
    and you do not get tired of the sound I made with IE8.

    Quality feeling is extremely high, the cable may feel a bit stiff, very extraordinary when it's cold

    Now has a new cable for standard cable to a Logitech ue900 using the same contact, very better
  • Very good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Managed in a clumsy way, breaking my Philips Fidelio s2 and searched for new handsets with even better sound.

    Was curious about these lurking after reading reviews here on prisjakt finishing off without having tried before. Was a bit worried when I have small ears but these fit me perfectly. Was at first a little strange with wires that go over the ears. It works best for me is to have "cable in the neck" instead of hanging up as you're used to, and now I think it is a very good solution when the cord is not resting on the small ears.
    The headphones sit comfortably like this after a few hours of use.

    The sound is very neutral. If I compare with Fidelio s2 then it is a good deal more of everything without getting too essigt. Listen to the new sounds of familiar discs ... very fun :)

    The midrange and treble is cruel as well as perspective. The bass is very good, high quality and you can clearly hear different nuances, but it is not excessive. Are you one of those "basfantast" who want a subwoofer in your head so I can not recommend the purchase. Do not misunderstand, there's heavy bass on the recording, so it delivers these handsets available but no more. Right now I run these with an iPhone 5 + mp3. The only thing I have to complain about is that I think a couple of tricks for this money ought to feel even a couple snap up quality. The future teaches tell how good they are :)

    Have ordered a dedicated music player that will be delivered in April next year. (Geek wave) that will certainly give these lurking gain and dac as they deserve. Unable else to recommend these tricks if you want to rediscover your records again. Clearly they best in-ear headphone I've heard.
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Great headphones!

    Bought mine today from Reference Audio, Can nothing but recommend!
    Sounds VERY good no matter how loud you play, keeps a perfect balance, I hear details I had not heard before. Great sound, great bass.
    Has previously held, inter alia, beats, Yamaha EPH-10 ", B & O A8 and others. Shure SE 535 beats them by far. Has never made a better investment ;)

    If you want sound in the world and is willing to pay a few thousand so BUY.
    You will not regret it!
  • Decent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    + Good trick that provides plenty of bass (may be excessive depending on what you lysnar on though ...)

    + Easy run and gives a rich musical experience in general.

    - But they can become uncomfortable after a while ... this lowers the score significantly as I believe that kids MUST be comfortable! (I have small ear canals, perhaps?)

    + / - Replaceable cable ... however th most cables of better quality, a bit expensive ... but no idea to skimp on cable with these headphones.

    Have no DAC yet so it will be interesting to test with when you purchased it.
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    A couple of kids who, the first time I joined them, I was very unhappy with. They roared very much and did not sound good at all.
    After gaining a DAC / headphone amp so it was a completely different story. This is the best sound I ever heard in a pair of headphones. However, I have not tried my Shure 425or in DAC, but they are probably right close, I can imagine.
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    For those who do not really have an eye on what shure headphones to be used.
    Like bass, is not this a good choice I think.
    This handset is a so-called referenslur giving an under me quite so naked sound.
    Loudnesskurvan is removed (more bass, less mids and more treble).
    Without this handset has a smooth and wonderful sound reproduction which is suitable for eg
    In-ear monitor listening.
    Sits well in the ear, and personally I think they have made an interesting solution with the wire that goes behind your ear down through the back, a good solution for us live musicians as the cable tends to be in the way now and then.
    Affordable think.
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Yes, they cost 4000 kr. Yes they are worth the money. No, your inear-trick for SEK 1500 is not "almost as good". Shure SE535 headphones are headphones. If you do not believe me then go and listen to them on the Reference Audio and let the sound soak in your smile bands, get your feet stomping and goose bumps to wave over your body.
  • Excellent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Very good insulation gives a really good sound. However, the cord a little too stiff so it does not get full marks. I run with the iPhone cables for remote control and other things, they are not as stiff but comes off easily from your ears. Powered with my iPhone 4s, providing a right sound to be portable.
    Poor selection of what is right and left, seen really bad. But what the hell, it's trendy with illegible letters.
  • Perfect
    7 years ago
    Updated: 7 years ago
    Superb quality!
  • Excellent
    7 years ago
    Updated: 7 years ago
    These headphones are fantastic. Here is my review after two days of intensive use.

    Sound Quality: Very clear and relatively neutral sound. You can hear details in the music that does not at all appear in cheaper headphones. Although the spread in the room (soundstage) is in the highest class. Bass fanatics who like a grossly inflated base will probably not be impressed, but I who like a more normal basis is very impressed by the clarity of the attack at the base.

    Comfort: The ear cups sits very well in my ears with the medium-sized "olives" (silicone). Foam plugs and the strange white suits me not at all. The house at the earpiece fills my outer ear entirely. If you have very small ears maybe it gets crowded. The cord to be threaded up behind your ear making them a little trickier to put on than regular kids who just have the cord hanging. You get used to, however at this, and when the phone is sitting in place, it is well worth the little extra effort, since they do not fall out in a hurry.

    Build Quality: The houses of the headphones is very solid and feels indestructible. The cord seems to be able to moor ships. That it is also replaceable is the finishing touch! Ear cups should hold for a number of years of daily use. The weakest link is the pipe where the sound comes out.

    Value: This is extremely subjective. If you can afford and is a picky listeners who leter details in the music, they are worth every penny.
  • Excellent
    7 years ago
    Updated: 7 years ago
    I'm no audiophile but I like to listen to music and not to be disturbed by the sounds of my surroundings when I do it. These lurking delivers on both counts and I've tried many others do too. The solution uses Shure earbuds where the cable go behind the ears, along the back to the sound source is extremely practical when exercising. It is mainly what I use these headphones to. Music when I train.

    I hope that these headphones will last and if it gets broken cable, one can only swap the cable on them, which I hope will make my purchase more affordable in the long run.

    Unfortunately I can not say that I think that the headphones in the current situation feels so affordable compared to other offerings. Shure has a lot of other kids in the SE - the series that I think is more affordable. I felt it might be fun to try the worst headphones so I did it! Do not regret my purchase, but I think it's a lot of money for a pair of headphones.

    9/10 where the only negative is the price that is.
  • Perfect
    7 years ago
    Updated: 7 years ago
    Best headphones I've ever had
  • Very good
    7 years ago
    Updated: 7 years ago
    Has no direct and compare with other than my previous Shure 310 but the sound is very good no doubt about it. However, they are not very ergonomic as they easily rub against your ear, and sometimes they fall out pretty easily if you move your head a lot or eat.

    You got the money so run on these otherwise Shure 425 better affordable option of what I read.
  • Perfect
    8 years ago
    Updated: 8 years ago
    The absolute best headphones I've tried in In-Ear-class, and I require really good sound quality on my stuff! Beats Bose, Audio-Technica, B & W by far!