Shure SE846 In-Ear Headphones (Bronze) with Westone Bluetooth Cable and Shure Remote Cable

Shure SE846 In-Ear Headphones (Bronze) with Westone Bluetooth Cable and Shure Remote Cable

Shure SE846 In-Ear Headphones (Bronze) with Westone Bluetooth Cable and Shure Remote Cable

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Shure SE846 In-Ear Headphones (Bronze) with Westone Bluetooth Cable and Shure Remote Cable

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Product Highlights

  • Add Remote or Bluetooth to SE846
  • Connects via MMCX Connectors
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Connectivity
  • Up to 33' Range
  • Wired Cable with Remote and Mic
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Cut the cord or add a remote with the Shure SE846 In-Ear Headphones with Westone Bluetooth Cable and Shure Remote Cable. This B&H Kit consists of Shure's SE846 earbuds in bronze, which can be detached from their Shure cable and connected to the Westone Bluetooth cable or Shure cable with remote. The Bluetooth cable connects to your mobile device over Bluetooth 4.0, enabling you to use your SE846s cable-free with up to 33' of range, and the Shure cable has an inline remote with microphone.

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SE846 In-Ear Headphones (Bronze) with Westone Bluetooth Cable and Shure Remote Cable is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These headphones are spectacular I've been a recording engineer for over thirty years and I can truly say that these in-ear monitors combined with the Sensaphonics custom sleeves sound better than my studio headphones. Over the years I've had a wide variety of high quality studio headphones that can't compare with these in-ear monitors. The se846's sounded decent with the stock sleeves that came with them, but I didn't think they were worth a $1000. Then I spent the extra money buying the Sensaphonics custom sleeves and now I can hear a $1000 worth of difference between the se846 and my other headphones. If you're mixing music you have to have monitors that will reproduce exactly what you play thru them. Nothing more and nothing less (so that you know exactly what your mix really sounds like). I've listened to recordings that don't have much bass on them and that's exactly what se846's gave me. Then I listened to recordings that have deep bass on them and deep bass is what the 846's gave me. I bought these in-ears for the stage but I intend on using them in the studio and for casual listening as well. I'm glad I went all the way with se846 and Sensaphonics sleeves. The only reason I wrote this review is because I didn't want to spend the money at first, but now, I'm glad I did.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Money Well Spent Shure SE846s: The Shure SE846s are what I expected them to be, the best earbuds I've ever owned. They come with a deep, clear bass, and sharp mid-to-high range delivery. I owned the SE535s previously -- which were very good -- and these are just that much better. If you're a true audiofile, or you simply want a solid platform to push your tunes through during a workout, you won't be disappointed. Given the quality of their sound, I had to convert my entire iTunes library to the Apple Lossless Codec -- which was a pain, but necessary to take advantage of the earbuds. Westone Bluetooth Cable: The first time I paired my iPod Touch with Westone's bluetooth cable, I had all kinds of issues approx 30-minutes into my workout at a local gym. The iPod was on my left arm, the bluetooth module under my right ear. I thought maybe they weren't as "sweat resistant" as suggested, so I added some barriers on the cable between the earbuds and module (athletic pre-wrap and tape, much like you'd do prior to a b-ball/football game as a youngster). I also moved the iPod to my right arm. Haven't had an issue since. I even tested the pairing by moving the iPod to several locations within the home. The signal/connection was clear -- no skipping -- with two walls and about 40-feet between the bluetooth module and iPod. Not sure if the second round of pairing on has been stronger, or the added "sweat barriers" and iPod move to my right arm did the trick. Next time out, I'll probably move the iPod back to my left arm to test it out again.
Date published: 2018-07-18
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