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Shure Release SE315 Sound Isolating Earphones
Shure has launched the SE315 earphone which now completes the new range of award winning Shure SE Sound Isolating earphones.
The SE315 Sound Isolating earphone features a single High-Definition MicroDriver with Tuned BassPort Technology, a new sound signature and a new unique formable, detachable cable.
Shure earphones are favoured by numerous musicians such as The Who, Iron Maiden and Elbow and are the perfect accompaniment for in-ear monitoring systems as well as MP3-Players or iPhones.
The new range including the models SE115, SE315, SE425 and SE535 provide diverse sound signatures and offer unique listening experiences for a variety of different preferences.
The SE315 Sound Isolating Earphones feature a single High-Definition MicroDriver for full range audio.
The single driver of the new SE315 is housed in a uniquely designed internal assembly.
It delivers the maximum performance out of a single driver for a clear and pristine extended audio range, plus Tuned BassPort technology which optimises the low end performance.
With its Dynamic MicroDriver II the SE115 offers warm sound with resonant bass. Featuring Dual High-Definition MicroDrivers, the SE425 uses a dedicated tweeter and woofer for accurate and balanced sound.
The SE535 utilises Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers ? a dedicated tweeter and dual woofers for incredibly spacious sound and rich bass.
The SE315, SE425 and SE535 models have KevlarÃƒ?Ã‚Â® reinforced cables that allow for easy replacement or customisation with mobile phone accessories.
The formable wire ensures secure placement, and over the ear configuration keeps cables out of the way.
The gold plated MMCX connector has a lock-snap mechanism allowing 360 degree rotation for comfortable fit.
Also assuring an individual, secure and comfortable fit whilst blocking up to 90% of background noise, all Shure SE Sound Isolating Earphones come with an assortment of foam and silicone sleeves in different sizes.Posted on 31 Aug 2010 14:00 to category : Instruments News
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