Shure SE215 Pro Earphones

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  • Great for the price
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Lightweight and portable design
  • Easy to use controls on cord
  • No accessories included


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Shure SE215
The Shure SE215 are decent critical listening in-ears that perform better than the higher-end models in the same lineup. They have almost an identical design to the Shure SE315 and Shure SE425 but don't come with as many accessories. On the upside, they have a better-balanced sound, and they isolate a bit more in noisy conditions
Sam Vafaei
5 months ago
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Save Money - Buy MEE M6 Pros Instead
Let me save you the money. I purchased the MEE M6 Pros about 2 years ago. They don't get heavy use but are used almost each weekend for in-ear monitors on stage. The sound isn't amazing and had some struggle picking up a good range but was good enough to hear the majority of the band and singers. Ho...
Scott Boss
5 years ago
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Finally, great sound quality in comfort and wireless
These earphones sure sound great and I mean that as an Audiophile. Typically, I stick with over ear headphones because I haven't had luck finding in-ear solutions that work, but these finally work for me. They fit comfortably inside my ear and don't cause any discomfort after prolonged wear sessions...
George Aldridge
1 year ago
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Shure SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones Overview
and today we're looking at their Se-215 which provide outstanding performance, but come in at a very comfortable price point. I can tell you from personal experience that these Se215s sound fantastic. I think you'll be blown away by the amount of solid, extended low frequency response that you get out of these earphones
1 month ago
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Great for motorcycle use!
I bought these for motorcycle use under a helmet. They are a replacement for my Etymotic ER-6i that my dog ate. A high standard to match if you've ever heard them. Key requirements: * Fit under a close fitting motorcycle helmet * Offer sufficient seal and sound isolation * Have sufficient volume Pro...
I Fix Things
5 years ago
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Shure SE215 has very few flaws for its price
This is my review of the Shure SE215 in ear monitors. I've had these headphones for a decent amount of time, just over a year now. I've used these in all sorts of different scenarios, from studying, to sleeping, and even intense golf course maintenance. My review will be divided into 3 different sec...
Tanner D. Silva
7 years ago
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Shure SE215 IEMs in 2019! Review after 2.5 years! Still worth it?
If you are a critical music listener and all you care about is sound like you want the best possible sounding earphones for a hundred dollars, then this is probably not it. and there are a lot of other options out there that sound better than these and are a lot cheaper. For example, you can find a lot of Chinese HiFi earphones that will sound better than these and you can get them oftentimes for even half the price
Kay Dubz
1 month ago
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A wonderful pair of earbuds, once you learn how to use them
Let's start with what I don't like. That's why you read reviews, right? Scanning through to find red flags? As a neophyte to this earbud design, I had significant trouble putting these in my ears. The earbuds are translucent, so the small `L` and `R` letters indicating ear are near-impossible to see...
Kindle Customer
3 years ago
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Impressive w/right ear tips
I wish I could remember his name but the customer service guy was extremely helpful. He sent me a pair of yellow foam sleeves and a pair of triple flange sleeves (for free!) because I couldn’t get the stock ones to sound good without having to push/pull on my ears. These IEMs sound amazing compared ...
3 months ago
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Amazing headphones, love using on my commute
I got these headphones after learning that riding on BART in certain parts of the tunnels, the screech/howl can get up to 90 decibels. So instead of turning my iPhone headphones up to ridiculous volume levels in order to drown out the howl (and make me go deaf).... I got these! They are amazing for ...
5 years ago
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