Shure SE425 Dual Drivers IEM Earphones with Replaceable Cable - Silver
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- What Hi-Fi? 2016 Award Winner: Best in-ears £150 - £300
- Stuff Magazine: 5 Stars
- Dual high-definition balanced armature MicroDrivers
- Detachable cable for easy upgrade or replacement
- 'Memory' flex-cable can be routed as required
Designed for the demanding audio specifications of live performance, the SE425 is engineered to provide reference quality audio. Hear all the details of your music with Dual High-Definition MicroDrivers that deliver an incredibly accurate and balanced listening experience.
The finest in-ears we’ve ever heard at this price.
Shure's high-end SE425 earphones offer a distinctly rich sound with accurate musical detail at all frequencies along with an easy in-ear fit that is comfortable to wear, even for newcomers.
The SE425 balanced armature has dual MicroDrivers paired into tweeter/woofer arrays within each earpiece for the ultimate in clear sound reproduction and spacious instrumental separation.
Great for listeners wanting to take true "listening room" sound quality on the road.
The SE425 utilises dual, balanced armature drivers for an incredibly accurate and balanced listening experience. It also includes an integrated passive crossover that ensures high and low frequencies remain distinct and defined.
Sound Isolating Design
Sound isolating earphones were originally developed as personal monitor systems to allow musicians to hear their own performances in loud onstage environments. They work by using soft, flexible sleeves to block up to 90 % of the background noise.
The SE535 features a durable Kevlar reinforced cable that allows easy replacement or customisation. The formable wire ensures secure placement, and over the ear configuration keeps cables out of the way.
Because every ear is different, the eartip fit-kit includes an assortment of foam and silicone eartips in different sizes. A good seal is key to optimising sound isolation and bass response as well as maximizing comfort during extended wear.
What Hi-Fi? 2016 Award Winner: Best in-ears £150 - £300
"They really are the finest in-ears we've ever heard at this price."
Stuff Magazine Celebrates Shure SE425 Earphones with 5 Star Review
"Spacious, expressive and revealing of the finest details, with tightly controlled bass and a genuine monitor feel."
Trusted Reviews Praises Shure SE425 Earphones - Recommended
"The audio quality offered by the dual-driver design is nothing short of astounding, and coupled with the excellent build quality, makes the SE425s an almost irresistible set of earphones."
Shure SE425 Features
- Excellent for in-ear monitoring
- Dual high-definition MicroDrivers deliver an incredibly accurate and balanced listening experience
- Detachable, formable wire allows for easy replacement, personalized comfort, and additional functionality
- Sound-isolating sleeves block outside noise and provide a custom fit
- Speaker Type: Dual High-Definition MicroDrivers
- Sensitivity (1 kHz): 109 dB SPL/mW
- Impedance (1 kHz): 22 Ω
- Noise Attenuation: Up to 37 dB
- Acoustic Seal: Closed
- Cord Type: Straight Y
- Frequency Range: 20Hz - 19 kHz
- Input Connector: Gold-plated 3.5 mm
- Shure SE425 In-Ear Sound Isoalting Headphones in Silver
- 3 pair foam sleeves (S/M/L)
- 3 pair soft flex sleeves (S/M/L)
- 1 pair yellow foam sleeves
- 1 pair triple flange sleeves
- Carrying case
- 6.35mm adaptor
|Feature Keyword||Comfortable, Ear Canal, IEM, In Ear, Lightweight, Monitor, Noise Isolation, Portable, Professional, Studio|
|Recommended Use||Digital audio player, Portable audio system, Studio|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Years|
|Included Accessories||3 pair foam sleeves (S/M/L), 3 pair soft flex sleeves (S/M/L), 1 pair yellow foam sleeves, 1 pair triple flange sleeves, Carrying case, 6.3 mm adaptor|
|Headphone Fit Type||In-Ear|
|Headphones Type||Headphones - binaural|
|Connector Type||Headphones (3.5 mm stereo jack)|
|Driver Type||Balanced Armature|
|Frequency Response||20Hz - 19kHz|
|Headphones Form Factor||In-Ear|
|Headphones Technology||Balanced Armature|
|Number of Drivers||Dual Drivers|
|Sound Isolation (dB)||37dB|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||No|
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- Cracking earphones but questions around robustness
by AndyOfEngland on 28/07/2015 I've owned a pair of 425's since their initial release and really rate them.
Once you get over the different way of wearing them (over the ear rather than dangling in-front), they are sublimely comfortable, easy to forget they are in your ears. The sound isolation with the default foam pads is good but investing in a pair of custom molds is as always preferred.
The all important sound from them is very nice (I hate that word but what the heck). Quite balanced with reasonable bass. You can't expect head thumping bass from any IEM's but, it's _good enough_ for me and, being an EDM fan, I can't complain really.
So far, I've no faults about them... BUT...
When I mentioned at the top of the posting that I've had them since they were released... I've not had the same set.
I'm actually on my 4th set of them due to at least one of them eventually stopping working due to (what seems like) a dodgy connection inside of the unit. Removing or replacing the cable didn't make any difference as it seems like it was inside of the unit itself. So frustrating!
The units I am currently using will be sent back (again) as these have started exhibiting the problem.
Now, before any comments about excessively hard usage or ham-fisted handling, I use them when sitting at my desk or, at the gym. I'm the only person using them; they are stored either in my desk drawer or in the car after a gym session.
So, in summary - I really love the 425's and am looking forward to getting them replaced again. Aside from the reliability I've experienced, they are a 5* product but, sadly they lose a mark due to the faults.
To Shure's credit, they have been fantastic in their support. Easily 5*'s for this.
Would I buy them again? Yup.