CES 2007: Shure unveil new range of Sound Isolating Earphones

CES 2007, Gadgets, Home audio

shure-se310.jpgShure has unveiled a new range of Sound Isolating Earphones, improving upon its predecessor, the E Series Earphones.

Acclaimed producer Mike Fraser, who has worked with artists like AC/DC, Metallica, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin and Rush listened to the new flagship product in the line and summed up the experience by asking, “Who knew such a big sound could come out of such a small earphone? When mixing, it’s critical that I listen to my mixes through different sources. The Shure earphones are an excellent reference tool because they deliver such pure sound.”

The four models are the SE210, SE310, SE420, and SE530/SE530PTH.

The SE210 feature premium sound in a sporty design. Costing £99.99, the design features a high-definition MicroSpeaker providing full-range audio distinguished by an optimal high frequency response.

The SE310 (pictured) costs £169.99 and the same Hi-Def MicroSpeaker features Tuned BassPort technology for extended range of audio and an enhanced bass.

The SE420 costs £249.99 and features Dual TruAcoustic MicroSpeakers, with dedicated tweeter and woofer, and providing an internal crossover to send low and high frequencies to dedicated drivers.

Fiinally the SE530/SE530PTH cost £329.99. Formerly the E500, these earphones offer Triple TruAcoustic MicroSpeakers, with dedicated tweeter and dual woofers. An internal crossover routes audio to a dedicated tweeter to ensure that highs and mid-highs are incredibly accurate and detailed, while two dedicated woofers provide the ultimate in balanced lows and low-mids and full-bodied bass.

All come with a Deluxe or Premium Fit Kit for a comfortable listening experience and high-quality sound isolation.


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Andy Merrett
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