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Shure SE535 In-ear Headphones Review

The SE535s are a good, durable set of in-ears. They’re stupidly expensive at $500, though.

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Introduction

The SE535s are Shure's new high-end in-ears. The SE535s come with a variety of extras, such as eight different sets of sleeves and an optional volume control. The SE535s also detatch at the ear bud, to allow for easy cable swapping.

Although they're certainly a good, versatile set of in-ears, the Shure SE535s are currently priced at a very, very expensive $500.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Sound Quality
  4. Isolation
  5. Comfort
  6. Usability
  7. COMP1 Comparison
  8. COMP2 Comparison
  9. COMP3 Comparison
  10. COMP4 Comparison
  11. Conclusion
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