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Shure rolls out SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones

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Shure has introduced its new SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones, the latest addition to the company’s sound isolating line. The Shure SE110 features include a Balanced MicroSpeaker for more vivid and detailed sound, assorted sleeves, a modular cable, and come with a carrying case and nozzle cleaning tool. Mark Karnes, Executive Director of Marketing, Shure Incorporated, said “We’ve always refused to compromise sound quality or aesthetic appeal for a low price, and today we’re redefining the sub-$100 category.  The SE110 is premium audio at an everyday price point.” The Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones will be available beginning September 17 and will sell for $100.

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1

Bound to be fantastic.  I have a couple pair of in-ear phones from Shure - granted they cost me a few dollars more than these - and they are fan-frikkin-tastic. 

Almost any $100 in-ear set would be a huge upgrade for anyone without a good set of earphones, but a $100 set from shure… these are shure to knock your socks off.  har har.

Posted by Peter on August 31, 2007 at 8:59 AM (CDT)

2

...if only my now-third pair of e2c’s would not exhibit the exact same cracking of the cable that loops over the ear, I would be able to recommend Shure for their great sound.

Posted by OnlyShawn on August 31, 2007 at 9:59 AM (CDT)

3

um ... OnlyShawn ... I’m struggling to understand why you’d buy a defective product which you wouldn’t recommend to anyone THREE TIMES ...?

Posted by wonderstoat on August 31, 2007 at 11:21 AM (CDT)

4

stop looking around for cheap models buy the e500 thats the real thing :)

Posted by superbientotal on August 31, 2007 at 11:50 AM (CDT)

5

the only thing that really matters with these is the return policy.. because when your 5 gen ipod breaks the right ear piece you will need to know that you can return them for replacements. time and time again.  on my 4th pair of headphones all, mysteriously, with the broken right side sound problem

Posted by crash613 on August 31, 2007 at 6:07 PM (CDT)

6

“um ... OnlyShawn ... I’m struggling to understand why you’d buy a defective product which you wouldn’t recommend to anyone THREE TIMES ...?”

probably because they replace the FOC within warranty…

Posted by nmntz on August 31, 2007 at 7:05 PM (CDT)

7

Yes—Gaurantee—But ehy will only replace my 4c’s with a pair of 310’s. What a moron I am. Shure saw me coming.

Posted by Andy Simmons on March 11, 2008 at 6:53 PM (CDT)

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