Shure SE535 Sound Isolating Earphones, Clear
The Shure SE535 utilises Triple High Definition MicroDrivers – a dedicated tweeter and dual woofers for incredibly spacious sound and rich bass making it the ideal choice for discerning professionals and audiophiles.
- Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers - one dedicated tweeter and two woofers
- Spacious sound with rich bass
- Cable with formable wire and a wide assortment of accessories for secure, comfortable fit
- Sound isolating sleeves in multiple sizes for up to 30 dB of isolation
- Cables are lockable for safe connection while in use and detachable for easy replacement
- Colour: Clear (SE535-CL)
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The SE535 is ideal for in-ear personal monitoring and for mobile listening devices. The detachable, Kevlar reinforced cable with formable wire allows for easy replacement and secure, comfortable fit.
What Is Sound Isolation?
Sound isolating earphones were originally developed as Personal Monitor Systems to allow musicians to hear their own performances in loud onstage environments. They work by using soft, flexible sleeves to block background noise, allowing small, high-performance drivers to deliver incredibly precise sound directly to the ear. By selecting from an assortment of included soft sleeves, you are able to personalise the fit of the earphones to your ears.
What Is A Triple High-Defintion Microdriver?
It is made up of three balanced armature drivers – one dedicated tweeter and dual woofers. It also includes an integrated passive crossover that ensures high and low frequencies remain distinct and defined. This allows you to hear the details of your music like never before.
Detachable Cable With Wireform Fit
The SE535 features a durable Kevlar™ reinforced cable that allows easy replacement or customisation. 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.
How Is Sound Isolation Different From Noise Cancelling?
The seal created by a sound isolating earphone physically blocks most frequencies of background noise. Noise cancelling headphones are generally larger, heavier and battery driven. It uses active circuitry to counteract background noise, which may introduce unwanted artefacts in to your audio.
Shure SE535 Specifications
Speaker type: Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers
Sensitivity (1 kHz): 119 dB SPL/mW
Impedance: 36 ohms
Frequency range: 18 Hz - 19 kHz
Cable length: 162 cm