Shure SE535-V

8.8/10 AVG.
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  • Shure SE535-V
  • Shure SE535-V
  • Shure SE535-V
  • Shure SE535-V

Specs / Features


Hard zip case, 1/4" adapter, airline adapter, volume control, nozzle cleaning tool Spacious Sound with Rich Bass | Speaker Type: Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers | Available in clear or metallic bronze | Formable wire ensures secure placement over the ear

Hard zip case, 1/4" adapter, airline adapter, volume control, nozzle cleaning tool Spacious Sound with Rich Bass | Speaker Type: Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers | Available in clear or metallic bronze | Formable wire ensures secure placement over the ear

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Specification

Specification
Brand Shure
Model SE535BLACK
Warranty 3 months
Size 11 x 8 cm (4.3 x 3.2 in)

Reviews (8.8/10 Avg. rating)


TrustedReviews

Without a doubt the best you can buy

from TrustedReviews

If you have something over £400 to spend on a pair of earphones, cost be damned, then the Shure SE535s are without a doubt the best you can buy and we recommend them unreservedly. If you're constrained by budget, however, then the SE530 earphones, available for over £150 less, are a b...More

If you have something over £400 to spend on a pair of earphones, cost be damned, then the Shure SE535s are without a doubt the best you can buy and we recommend them unreservedly. If you're constrained by budget, however, then the SE530 earphones, available for over £150 less, are a better buy - just hurry to grab them before they're out of stock.

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What Hi-Fi

A great pair of luxury earphones

from What Hi-Fi

The SE535 are an advanced design. They have twin mid/bass drivers and a dedicated tweeter per side and can dig deep when the music demands. Tinie Tempah’s Pass Out thumps out with real venom, and a decent sense of pace.

Wide dynamic reachThe Shures may not be quite as transparent as their closest rivals, but they’re still able to unravel a complex piece of music and make it understandable....

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The SE535 are an advanced design. They have twin mid/bass drivers and a dedicated tweeter per side and can dig deep when the music demands. Tinie Tempah’s Pass Out thumps out with real venom, and a decent sense of pace.

Wide dynamic reachThe Shures may not be quite as transparent as their closest rivals, but they’re still able to unravel a complex piece of music and make it understandable.

Their dynamic reach is wide and they can play loudly without an issue.

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TechRadar

These earphones are pricey, but they're also brilliant

from TechRadar

There are three types of earphones; those that look good, those that sound good, and those that look and sound awful.

The Shure SE535 earphones sit firmly in the second category. Stylish and good-looking they are not, but they do sound utterly fantastic.

At £350 they're certainly not cheap. If you're looking for some iPod-replacement earphones these probably aren't for you. They're bulky and can be a tad fiddly to put in your ears...

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There are three types of earphones; those that look good, those that sound good, and those that look and sound awful.

The Shure SE535 earphones sit firmly in the second category. Stylish and good-looking they are not, but they do sound utterly fantastic.

At £350 they're certainly not cheap. If you're looking for some iPod-replacement earphones these probably aren't for you. They're bulky and can be a tad fiddly to put in your ears.

But if you're an audiophile or at the very least someone who appreciates well-rounded, natural-sounding high-bitrate music, these earphones are brilliant.

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Cnet

Ultracompact headphones with top-notch sound quality

from Cnet

These 'buds definitely live up to their lofty price point. In fact, our listening tests inspired frequent bouts of desk dancing, much to the amusement of neighboring editors. The Shure SE530s sound fantastic, but where to begin? First, the 'buds offer excellent passive-noise isolation, assuming y...More

These 'buds definitely live up to their lofty price point. In fact, our listening tests inspired frequent bouts of desk dancing, much to the amusement of neighboring editors. The Shure SE530s sound fantastic, but where to begin? First, the 'buds offer excellent passive-noise isolation, assuming you achieve a proper seal with the ear, which shouldn't be a problem given the aforementioned array of fittings. The seal also allows for deep, tight bass response--it's enveloping without being overwhelming, and there's no distortion. The highs are sparkly, and music overall has impressive clarity--even during frantic hard rock riffs, we could pick out the varying sounds. Detail is certainly not lost to these 'phones, either.

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Amazon.com Reviews Summary

358 from Amazon.com

358 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Shure SE535-V. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.3 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

8.6/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

11 from Amazon.ca

11 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Shure SE535-V. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.9 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

7.8/10

Amazon.co.uk Reviews Summary

22 from Amazon.co.uk

22 Amazon.co.uk shoppers shared a review for the Shure SE535-V. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.4 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.co.uk customer reviews.

8.8/10

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