Shure SE535 Sound Isolating In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Metallic Bronze)

Shure SE535 Sound Isolating In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Metallic Bronze)

Shure SE535 Sound Isolating In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Metallic Bronze)

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Product Highlights

  • Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers
  • Ergonomic Housings
  • Eartip Fit Kit
  • Detachable Kevlar-Reinforced Cable
  • Volume Attenuator
  • 3.5mm Plug with 1/4" and Plane Adapters
  • Carrying Case
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Color: Metallic Bronze

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Shure SE535 overview

  • 1Description

The metallic bronze SE535 in-ear headphones from Shure provide top-quality audio in a sleek, compact, noise-isolating design that's ideal for use at home or on-the-road. Based on Shure's experience with professional in-ear monitors, each of the earpieces has triple high-definition MicroDrivers, in essence putting a separate tweeter and dual woofers into each ear for rich, detailed audio across the full frequency spectrum with a deep bass response. The ergonomic, professional design has a low-profile shape with an optimized nozzle angle for exceptional comfort.

The included fit kit contains multiple sizes of ear sleeves, allowing you to find the perfect size for your ear and effectively reduce ambient noise by as much as 37dB so you can focus on your music. The detachable Kevlar-reinforced cable connects to the earpieces using gold-plated MMCX connectors to lock in place but also provide a 360° rotation. This rotation, along with the formable wire, allows you to direct the cable over and behind the ears to minimize snags and tangles. The other end of the cable has a 3.5mm mini plug, as well as 1/4" and airplane adapters for wide compatibility with consumer and professional audio devices, and in-flight entertainment systems. A detachable volume attenuator is included for lowering high-output sound sources. A compact and durable case is included for storage and transportation.

High-Definition MicroDrivers
Triple high-definition MicroDrivers in each earpiece put a separate tweeter and dual woofers into each ear for rich, detailed audio and deep bass
Comfortable, Ergonomic Design
Ergonomic, professional design has a low-profile shape with an optimized nozzle angle for exceptional comfort
Noise Isolating
The included fit kit contains multiple sizes and types of ear sleeves, allowing you to find the perfect size for your ear and effectively reduce ambient noise by as much as 37dB so you can focus on your music
Detachable, Formable Cable
The detachable Kevlar-reinforced cable connects to the earpieces using gold-plated MMCX connectors to lock in place but also provide a 360° rotation. This rotation, along with the formable wire, allows you to direct the cable over and behind the ears to minimize snags and tangles
Wide Compatibility
The 3.5mm stereo mini plug and 1/4" adapter provide wide compatibility with consumer and professional audio devices
Ideal for Air Travel
A dual-prong airplane adapter plug and detachable volume attenuator allow you to connect to in-flight entertainment systems and lower the volume of high-output sound sources
Carrying Case Included
A compact and durable case is included for storage and transportation
UPC: 042406178631
In the Box
Shure SE535 Sound Isolating In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Metallic Bronze)
  • 1/4" Adapter
  • Airplane Adapter
  • Volume Attenuator
  • Carrying Case
  • 3 x Pairs of Flex Sleeves (S/M/L)
  • 3 x Pairs of Black Foam Sleeves (S/M/L)
  • Pair of Triple Flange Sleeves
  • Pair of Yellow Universal Fit Foam Sleeves
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Shure SE535 specs

    Type In-Ear Noise-Isolating Stereo Headphones
    Frequency Range 18 Hz - 19 kHz
    Impedance 36 Ohms @ 1 kHz
    Sensitivity 119 dB SPL/mW
    Maximum Input Power Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Connectors Gold-Plated 3.5mm Stereo Mini Plug with 1/4" and Airplane Adapters
    Cable Length 5.3' (1.63 m) (Detachable)
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.6 x 4.5 x 3.4"

    Shure SE535 reviews

    SE535 Sound Isolating In-Ear Stereo Headphones (Metallic Bronze) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 29.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent sound quality and isolation These in ear phones sound great. You really can hear everything in a clear and unadulterated way. Good recordings really shine, but I'll have to say, being a 50's something person, my old rock favorites sound better than ever as well. I have some B&W Society of Sound recordings that sound amazing through these earphones. I travel to Asia numerous times a year, and look forward to using these on the 14 hour flight. They are a little awkward putting in at first, but not bad once you get the feel of it. You know they are well seated when you can't hear a conversation less than 10 feet away. I also own a pair of Shure 210's, which are very good for the price. These really stand out as having much more dynamic sound quality.
    Date published: 2011-02-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptionally Amazing I've owned Shure ear buds forever. My last one was the SE530, which I thought was pretty good. I've also bought Ultimate Ears 10 Pro earphones, which was great for low ranges but was missing the highs. I just put on the SE535 which arrived today. My music has never sounded better. I listen to a lot of jazz, classical, and rock. The SE535s has remarkable fidelity; I'm hearing details I did not catch before. At least for my ear, and I would consider myself an average audiophile, the SE535s are the best in-ear phones I've heard
    Date published: 2015-10-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from AN INVESTMENT - In my opinion sound and music are 2 very different things. Music propagates my lust for life inflames temperament ( jim Morrison ) music coming from low quality speakers can also be stimulation not sound - Sound is a energy that if heard in its true and purest form can be very powerful. Shure SE 353s are a revolution in sound engeneering and quality for audiophiles. Ridiculously pure highs and lows with clean bass specially with electronic music and also Jazz wow wow wow hats off. Loved every aspect of the SE535s specially the fit and sturdiness. Worth every cent - PS - the guys at BNH are great at there product knowledge sell the product on what its really worth. Raghav Bhalla
    Date published: 2012-04-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Best Sounding In-Ear Headphones Having owned many Shure headphone models, I finally decided to go up to their most expensive. I was not disappointed. The sound is second to none, the build quality is superb. It comes with many different size ear pieces and the ability to go to an audiologist to get fitted for custom sized inserts. It also comes with a volume control that attaches to the cord, but that is of poor quality. The plastic sides have already split apart simply from putting the plug in. That is why I deducted one star from an otherwise excellent product. I would not use these to workout as I'd be afraid of sweating into them. They are too expensive for that. The cords bend over your ear, and they could be a bit thinner and more pliable for that. They don't really stay bent well as they should. Just too thick I think. One thing that really stands out about these, and even the lower end Shure lineup, is they completely seal out ambient noise. Excellent for flying. No need for those big Bose noise cancelling headphones. These do it perfectly.
    Date published: 2011-02-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply The Best Universal IEM there is!! Build quality: The build quality of this IEM (in ear monitor) is pretty phenomenal, these are by far the most robustly built IEMs I've owned. The cable is thick and strong, yet pliable. I doubt the cracking issue from earlier models will plague this IEM, but even if it does, the cables are replaceable. Fit: Fit is clearly a personal thing, so my experiences may not ring true for others reading this. The earpieces are somewhat smooth though they are a few ridges on them (including the imprint of SE535 on the inside). I didn't have a big issue with the ear guides on these, though some might. The SE535 sound in 3 words: authoritative, mid-focused, full. Highs: These IEMs have good treble detail but the treble isn't crisp, instead it's smooth and somewhat understated. This may result in less perceived clarity than some other brighter phones. Don't be fooled though, the treble is there and it is well extended, its just that the way it's presented may sound a little dull. The treble produced by these allows for fatigue free listening. And depending on treble tastes this could be a pro or con. Mids: Dominant and smooth. Very clear and revealing. Given that these IEMs are quite mid focused; they can sound somewhat unusual at first, depending on how comfortable you are with Shure house sound. Once you do get used to it, it really does allow you to pick out new details in the music, and at least in my case, identify a very unique sound signature to music. Lows: good bass extension without an over-emphasized impact. If the song requires a lot of bass, these will produce it. But they'll never drown out the rest of the music (unless it was intended that way). The bass is also fast and textured. There is rarely any boom to it. I lobe the bass on these. I think they are just right in the main. If I'm listening to dub step, hip hop or any other bass heavy music, these wouldn't hurt to have another few dbs on the bass. Sound stage: These IEMs have a very good sound stage/head stage, its not artificially wide, but it's wide when it needs to be. Sound placement is also great, as one would expect at this level, you can easily locate sounds in 3D space; whether that be forward and backwards or above and below your ear line. In summary these are incredibly well built IEMs that produce a unique, mid centric, yet balanced sound, if you are a fan of the Shure house sound you will really love these. The recommended retail price for these IEMs are very much on the high side for universals, but if it is the Shure sound you want then this is it.
    Date published: 2010-12-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Headphones I've Ever Owned! I am the furthest things from an audiophile, but I sure do enjoy a nice pair of headphones. In the last few years I've owned the Ultimate Ears Triple.fi 10, Bose MiE2, Audio-Technica ATH-M50, Sennheiser HD595, V-moda M-100, etc. And I would have to say that these SE535's are by far the BEST sounding headphones I've ever used. The price is hefty, but it's worth every penny. I remember listening to a few songs & hearing aspects of the songs that I had completely missed in the past. Honestly at first I was unsure of this purchase because of its price tag. But I started to truly appreciate how good these were when I tried using other pairs of headphones. I then realized I could never go back. The noise cancellation on these are great as well. Whenever I'm out at a cafe, I can pop these in and just focus on my music and my work. It comes with different sized fitting foams for your ears that create a great seal. I personally use the yellow foams. It is comfortable enough for me to keep on for hours at a time. You surely won't regret getting a pair of Shure SE535! It is unmatched in quality, sound, & comfort. What are you waiting for? Check them out now!
    Date published: 2014-02-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great In-ear monitor headphones I am a worship leader that uses these earbuds on stage, as well as for listening to music at home. They are amazing when I am using them as a personal monitor on stage, as well as when I am listening to Hi-Res music on my MacBook Pro and DragonFly DAC. However, for my taste, they lack a rich low end and can be a little too brash in the higher end frequencies (mostly when listening to lossy music files). I usually tend to use my Audio Technica ATH-M50's when I'd like a better listening experience with my music collection. Even with that said, they are the most balanced earbuds I've ever experienced. I would definitely recommend these earbuds. Outstanding for on stage use and when listening to Hi-Res audio, but definitely show the flaws in lossy music (like the files you would get from iTunes, Amazon, and Google Music).
    Date published: 2014-06-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes these are as good as they say Possibly as good as an in ear headphone can get. The biggest problem is everything in the $100-$200 range now seems inadequate. These are very solid and well made but take some practice to find the perfect position. Once you do they are very comfortable. I just ordered custom ear plugs for these. My ear canals are at an odd angle and are narrow. Off the shelf plugs don't fit me perfectly, but for many they will. Try those first. The most noticeable audio quality is the depth of imagining. Very close to over the ear cans.
    Date published: 2011-07-05
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