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Shure SRH1540 and SRH1840 - Shure's Flagship Showdown

"Shure's recent flagships, the closed-back SRH1540 and the open-back SRH1840 have teamed up to bring the price of great quality headphones under the £500 mark - but not at the expense of quality or an extremely enjoyable listen."
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Shure's recent flagships, the closed-back SRH1540 and the open-back SRH1840 have teamed up to bring the price of great quality headphones under the £500 mark - but not at the expense of quality or an extremely enjoyable listen. We decided to note down some impressions; both to explain just how these headphones are so good, and also because it was such a great excuse to try them for a while..

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Shure SRH1840

Totally immersive - don't forget your life jacket and emergency flares for when you inevitably get lost in there. It's unusual for a highly esteemed brand's flagship headphone such as the Shure SRH1840 to be going for under £500 (particularly headphones as good as this), so take advantage of Shure's generosity! - Read the full review HERE

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Shure SRH1540

As I come to appreciate slightly brighter headphones and presentations, the SRH1540 is one of the guiding lights along the way. The balance of lightness and impactful bass makes for a wonderful sense of space, realism and.. fun! Even the heaviest rock can be made to prance, skip and gambol yet retain its innate power. - Read the full review HERE

About Shaun Gostelow

Shaun is co-founder of hifiheadphones.co.uk and spends most of his time dealing with the business side of running the store, but still loves listening to music with headphones just the same as ever.
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