There are no better in ears for this amount, I found this model on amazon for 80 but I think they might even worth more. Before these I used some KZU also bought from amazon and I notice one obvious difference. When you turn up the volume on SE215 the sound doesn’t change while on KZU I had, sounds like the EQ is different out of the sudden bass frequencies were killed and all you hear are the highs.
Mine are clear so you can see drivers inside which I found cool. I got like memory sleeves and the regular ones. I only use memory sleves cause they kill 80% environment noise I think. I really like that. I connect my phone do a mixer and I can easily set the sound that I want without hearing a lot from the stage.
It’s no brainer if you ask me, Shure is freaking dope.
I think Shure will make these for a long long time. Since I bought them I had only one issue with them.
One night after taking of the cable I lost some tiny part and I couldn`t attach cable again so I just bought the replacement cable and since then they`ve been stepped they`ve been sinked into to a beer washed in a washing machine (by accident) and they still work fine. Shure bought my trust with these IEMS and I am positive that when they or something, I will continue to use Shure.
They are known as a company that can build a solid product with good value for money for as low as hundred bucks. Just look at the SM57 this thing is a legendary, used worldwide and cost nothing.
I know the SE215 have only one driver and I would like to try the model that has at least two I think my next will b personality nice e SE315. I heard Dave Weckl use these.
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