Shure SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones with Universal Remote
One of our most popular earphones, the SE215 combines comfort, isolation, and a rich sound: a thoughtful, well rounded package.
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The Shure SE215 is a noise isolating, in-ear monitor featuring Shure’s high definition dynamic micro-driver. Originally designed for musicians, the SE215 is one of our most popular earphones for a number of reasons:
The SE215 is a slim package, moulded to fit snugly and discreetly into most ears.
The SE215 is bundled with a host of foam and silicone eartips to provide the perfect fit and very strong external noise isolation.
The included detachable MMCX cable contains a universal remote / microphone that works with both Android and iOS. Being a generic connector, the MMCX cable can easily be replaced if damaged.
Also included is a protective carrying pouch, so that earphones can be safely tucked away when not in use.
A 2 year warranty rounds out this thoughtful package.
The SE215 can be described as having a warm, thick sound signature. The bass is rich and smooth, so that the earphone can keep the beat during noisy commutes, and then to wind down. The treble is also relaxed, with no sibilance or harshness, allowing the vocals to shine through. The SE215 is therefore great for all genres, but shines for vocal heavy tracks due to it’s intimacy. For a more energetic sound signature, consider the iBasso IT01, or the Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear.
- Zippered Case
- Memory and silicone ear tips
- Universal remote for iOS and Android
- Shure SE215 Earphones
- Detachable universal remote cable, terminating in a 3.5mm TRS plug
- 3 pairs of foam tips (S M L)
- 3 pairs of silicone tips (S M L)
- Cleaning tool
- Carrying case