Shure SE215-CL

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Great Headphones for great price
Simon St., 17.02.2014
Hi!
At first i would like to excuse my insufficient English skills.
I'm from germany, but i'll do my best, so that you can understand my opinion on this product.
It took me a long time to choose a price range.
At last i decided to spend 100-150EUR.
I compared the Shure Se 215 + Shure 315 + tBone Ep7 and the Se 215 won, but why?

All 3 In-Ear Headphones sound great, so you'll propably be happy with each one of them :) But i'll try to compare them.

The tBones have a great sound in the lows.
The bass is very direct and deep.
Mids + Highs are ok.
They look pretty good.

The Se 315 have a bit less bass .
But for me it seems like the high frequencies are a bit clearer and better.

The Se 215 sounds very very similar.
There's only a bit less resolution.
They sound only a tiny bit "muffled " compared to the 315.
But I got the impression, that the bass in the 215 is a bit more present than in the se 315 ( even it's not that clear).

For me the tBones have 2 problems :
- You can't change the cable ( when the cable is broken, you have to buy completely new ones)
- You can't bend the cable to you ears that good.

That's why they lost.

The difference between the 215 + 315 were very slight.
That's why i decided to use the 215, and i did not regret that.

Btw the 215 are also great headphones for listening to music.
A very clear sound :)

I hope you understand everything.
If you want to spend only a few money but you want to have good quality, you should go for the Se215.
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Not for vocals live
GuyGodver, 13.06.2019
I have bought them as a back up for my West-tone 5 drivers inears. I have used them a couple of times as a backup, but in live situations they realy let you down as a vocalist. sound is muddy and not really balanced. it's hard to find your voice in the mix even if it is loud enough. Since then I only use them for spotify on my iphone and for that purpose they are good enough.

ok for music listening. not ok for inear purpose for me...
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Excellent in-ear
Mr Transistor, 07.02.2015
I am a little bit of a headphone-freak. I tried a few brands: Etymotic, Shure, Sony, Sennheiser, Boss (yes, they make in-ear headphones), Apple...

I really like my Sennheiser HD600. Great headphones: linear, dynamic, distortion free and comfortable. With the new ear-pads and head-pad they are back as they were brand new.

I was a little bit sceptical about the SE215. I was in love with my Shure E4C. Really good in-ear headphones. Solid bass, clear treble, balanced mids and excellent noise isolation. Unfortunately, the cable broke a few months ago and it wasn't replaceable with a Shure one. I replaced it with another cable but the E4C were falling into pieces.

I decided I didn't want to spend a fortune in new headphones; the SE215 looked reasonably priced so I decided to give it a go.

* Comfort
In-ear headphones can be a little bit of a problem for some people. Especially the bit that goes inside the ear can hurt after a while.

The body fits in my ears perfectly. It shows that Shure put his experience in in-ear designing in the SE215. The tips are soft and don't produce excessive pressure inside the ear.

The SE215 come with 6 pairs of tips. 3 are made of special foam that adapts to the ear shape. The other 3 are more conventional.

* Cable
The cable is Kevlar® reinforced and it is thick. Much thicker than the average headphone. This makes it mechanically robust, electrically transparent and not prone to get tangled.

The drawback is that touching the cable induces some mechanical noise in the earpieces. Frankly it is not a problem for me but it might be a problem for some.

The SE215 are design to have the cable going around the ear. The cable has a semi-rigid cover in the last few centimetres before the earpieces. This allows the cable to be pre-shaped so every time is ready for your ears. It works great for me but some people may prefer the extra flexible cable used by other brands/models.

Last but not least, the cable is detachable. Yes, you can unplug it from the earpieces, replace it and your headphones are back as new. It is a great idea that I would like to see more often.

* Body
I purchased the clear/transparent version because I like how it looks but the SE215 are available in black as well.

The body is made of solid plastic. There are no semi-rigid parts that inevitably after a few years simply disintegrate.

* Isolation
It is very good. Perhaps too good - I don't recommend them while cycling.

The isolation is so effective that I find hard to understand why people buy active noise-cancellation headphones. In my opinion, the only case where noise-cancellation headphones makes sense is when in-ear cannot be used (e.g. because of the ear shape or if one has ears that cannot tolerate in-ears)

* Sound
They sound so good... I can't take them off. The SE215 pulverise my old Shure E4C. In comparison, the E4C sound like music on the telephone.

The bass is clear and powerful but not overpowering. Trebles are clear and defined. Mids are balanced. The best thing after my HD600.

* Conclusions
If you look for a good headphones that deliver clear, powerful and solid sound the SE215 are an excellent choice.

If own cheap headphones, do yourself a favour and buy the Shure SE215. Portable music will never be the same.
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best choice for a cyclist
fionnotoole, 01.06.2019
Great sound, well balanced (some brands tend to EQ a bit heavy either on the bass or treble but these are really well balanced, plenty of mids) super secure in the ear, best choice for around €100

so many of my previous earphones got destroyed from cycling, I've had two different cables since I bought them over 5 years ago. One of the perks of a modular design. I Highly recommend.
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Great budget in ear
Stephane4242, 03.06.2019
I recently joined a band where the all used in-ear. I didn't want to pay too much for my first pair as they all used the high end Shure model (SE846 at over €600...if i'm not mistaken - gulp !)
So as a rookie I tried the cheap end of the spectrum. I am completely sold they are amazing. They render great stereo image of the mix. very well balanced.
These come with 2 types of ear tips, soft rubber and foam, both in 3 size S M or L
The rubber will not render the bass as good at the foam, but they are light and are blocking the sound very well
I personally use the foam ones, they render great bass and sufficient mid and highs to my hearing. However I find the tips a little uncomfortable after 2hours of use. they can irritate the skin slightly the day after.
Overall a very good, cheap first buy. if you are looking for reliable, good , first pair of in-ear, with a reputable name, go for it. if you are looking for a more refined sound, go for the higher models but it won't be the same budget. I would recommend the 215 no problem
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The ''Go-to''
Art lé Epic, 16.05.2019
In this price range you couldn't go wrong with 215s. Unless you aren't going for custom mades and you are a vocalist, guitarist or any other instrumentalist then they are the perfect gateway to the world of IEs.

They'll last for ever cause you can buy spare parts so easily and the bag they come in is keeping them safe anyways.

If you want to brag about anything it might be the sound - they run on only one driver - but there isn't a drastic difference between the SE425s and 215s.
IMO if you want to take it to the next level buy the custom mades (Ultimate ears, 64 Audio etc.).
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Obino, 04.06.2019
It's ok for low monitoring
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Arra shure what can I say!
LizCJ, 08.02.2019
Excuse the pun! I love all Shure products. This is my second set of in-ears from them (only because the first set got damaged by one the cable being caught in a door!), would highly recommend these!!!
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Reliable and robust
Topshitsoundguy, 01.02.2019
I've been using this model as a daily in-ear bud for my phone for some years now, and have only re-ordered a pair because I lost them. Comfortable fit with malleable wire that grips the ear. Noise cancellation is not complete of course, but very good. The cable is even long enough to back-pocket. I would use these as IEMs and have no issues using them when exercising.
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Amazing quality, better price.
25.06.2015
I had for a while been struggling with whether or not I should go ahead and purchase a set of in ear monitors and when I found these I needn't look further. When they arrived I was delighted to see that they were incredibly well built with a great little carry case which fits perfectly in a stick bag or rucksack.

My main concert as a somewhat heavy handed drummer was whether or not the the isolation would be good enough without having to drive them to hard to hear what was being played.

That wasn't an issue at all I can even use my phone pushed about half way and still have a crystal clear signal.

The only issues I would say I have are that the ear buds are somewhat difficult to remove and that the audio is some what lacking in the bottom end.
For general music enjoying on the go these would do the job but as a musician I would really only use them for recording and gigging, just bare in mind that the lower end of the frequency spectrum isn't as well defined and therefore you may perhaps struggle to hear some of the bass parts, so perhaps just make sure to try and mix them a little higher.
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very good, few shortcomings
Francisco Hartung, 07.03.2019
very good in ears, but somehow the bass does not translate well, those are there to hear, but if i don't press the in ear into my ear then it won't translate well, the issue might be from the shape of my inner ear.
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Perfect sound!
pepepe, 12.11.2018
These are my first in-ear headphones and I have to say that I am truly impressed with the sound and comfort straight out of the box. Cable is long enough even though I bought an extension for live use. I been using them last week playing with my band for a TV show 10 hours a day on stage with these in-ear headphones all day long, The end of the day my ears was still calm and that was I surprise to me, very comfortable and the smooth and flat sound makes you feel pretty good even after a whole day of playing. Nice work, Shure!
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Have been using poor IEH and these are much better
Ed Bray, 21.06.2018
I have been using various cheap in ear headphones to listen to the mix when recording, I got fed up with the poor sound and decided to go with something a bit better. Not being able to afford £1000 in ear phones I decided to go to the top of the bottom end and chose some that at least had a reasonable name and would fit the bill.

I really like these in ear phones, the squidgy ear pieces work great and completely block out external sounds, the sound from the phones is full and distinctive and more than suitable for their use as monitors of our sound.

There have been some concerns about their durability, but as soon as I have finished using them they go straight back into their case and I have not noticed and issues as yet.
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Exceptional Value
CE2JLS, 05.05.2015
I bought these because my church has recently moved to a in-ear monitoring system, they had good reviews, and they didn't cost the earth. I am very impressed. Using the foam-like buds they form a very good seal (I can stand next to a drum kit and not hear it!) . The sound quality is excellent - not too much low end, and a nice balanced middle and high end. But most of all they are very robustly made, and the cable is replaceable, not that I have had any need to do this (nor any concern). I'm sure the next models up in this range are great, but I just don't really see the need because at this price, the Shure SE215's are unbeatable.
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Good choice, if you can't afford molded ones
HugoJ, 16.02.2016
I got my hands on a T.Bone IEM 75 system and naturally I was expecting the out of the box earphones to be... well, not quite suitable for the job. Truth is, the supplied earphones don't sound too bad, I'm using them now to "daily" activities such as ipod listening, but they keep dropping from their position with the slightest movement.

So, I found myself in need of a more suitable set of earphones for IEM purposes. After some digging around I noticed that the Shure SE215-CL had overall better comments so those were the ones I've got. The best thing about them is how good they fit into your ear, thus having a direct impact on how well they seal, maximizing low frequency delivery.

In terms of sound, I didn't find them to be amazing, just simply good. I haven't tried IEM-purpose earphones before, so I don't know if the spectrum of frequencies they deliver is supposed to facilitate specially the middle ones; if that's the case, they my bad, they do exactly as they're supposed to. If not, I would say the that the range of frequencies they deliver in practice feels a bit limited, as in "could be richer" rather than "sounds pretty bad".

The SE215-CL are very comfortable. The provided isolating sleeves work marvelously. The construction feels very professional, and the flexible cable allows for easy placement and performance.
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Great for drummers
MonikaK, 13.06.2014
I use these in-ear-phones when playing drums and they are really good for musicians. The headphones cancel out the noise just the right amount to play along to some music and still hear what you are playing.
I have used these for over a year and they still work perfectly even though I read some reviews before purchasing that they will break easily. I am sure that they will work for another year and when they eventually break, i can easily replace the cable and use them for even longer.
I really like the sound quality despite being the cheaper headphones from the Shure SE series.
I also think that they are great for studio and live drummers as you can wear them for a long time without hurting your ears.
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Great In-ears for a universal entry level
GeorgeStocken, 26.04.2019
These earphones are great but as a singer, If I move my jaw too much or too wide they can move to allow some outside noise in which can be annoying, however the sound quality and the general build quality is very high.
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DISASTER EARPHONES
cutedaddy, 15.01.2018
These in-ears seem totally ideal at first glance: detachable (=replaceable) cables, pivoting cable connection, behind-ear wire to improve support of the position in your ear, and everything looks well designed en well executed. Also you receive two different kinds of earplug-cushioning, both kinds in three sizes. This is a really well thought-out and complete setup, save for the fact there's no remote switch in the cables. But these can be replaced, so that problem can be solved.
Alas, upon trying them, the sound was really below expectation. Thin in the bass and really harsh in the upper midrange, offensive even. On top of that, the seemingly ideal method with the wire behind the ear turned out to be (in this case anyway) a lot of hassle. It's endless fumbling before the phones are in, and once they were in, they just would'n stay in place, whatever i tried. They didn't fall out, on account of the behind-ear wire, but they did keep coming undone, ruining the isolation and making the thin bass even thinner.
I am sending these back in favor of some Fender in-ears, see if those are any better.
The Pioneer over-ear i got from Thomann a while back, at 85,= euro i believe, have a way better sound at a lower price, AND have remote switch in the cable. I'd recommend the Pioneer over these anytime.
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Shure SE215-CL
Republic Of Mac, 24.02.2018
The Shure SE215-CL are practical and inexpensive IEM's perfect for beginners. They come with 3 different size of buds, and 2 different materials (6 in total) so you can find your perfect size. The tool for cleaning the IEMs are very useful. They are not the greatest sound but if you look at the price of IEMs that acceptable. I would recommend because hearing protection is paramount for a live musician. If you can, i would recommend you get impressions made for moulded IEMs.

NOTE - I am not sure what Außengeräuschisolierung is (in the ratings) So i gave it one star.
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Great for the price!
ButabiBoi, 13.05.2019
These were my first set of proper in ear headphones and I have to say they are great! Not too expensive and the quality is fantastic. The audio is perfectly clear and crisp anytime I use them. I use them in a live setting most of the time and the outside noise isolation is great. Definitely worth the money.
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good for it's price
stijnbass, 26.04.2019
For the times i'm using it in musical shows it does his job well. Still payable if you compare it with custom earplugs
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Beware cable not covered by warranty
28.02.2017
I have these in-ears about a year and a half, using them only for weekend gigs. Not what I'd call heavy usage. All was fine until the cable developed a problem with sound coming and going.
My reply mail from Thomann confirms that the cable is not covered under the warranty and a new cable costs 50eur.
I have cheaper headphones at home, used much more regularly that lasted longer than this. Disappointing.
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raws, 27.12.2017
Bought these for an on-stage monitoring, but understand that these can also be used every day as these are staying pretty well in ears when moving around. Has very good and detailed sound and every aspect of these earphones are well thought out. I haven`t tried other more expensive Shure earphones, but I am really satisfied with these(and I am quite demanding on sound).
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Perfect budget solution
Gui Marques, 06.03.2018
Works very good for simple tasks where top class hi-fi sound is not a need. Sounds very good and with the gray insert, the insulation is great so do the bass response.
Having used a dual driver, of course it's not comparable, but for the price, I truly recommend it! Cheap and nice!
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Great quality, industry standard
jvanillah, 19.02.2019
Great sound response, bass very clear. They feel very durable, great selection of foam earpieces supplied so they should fit most ears. Don't go any cheaper, these are highly affordable and punch far above their weight.
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