• Shure Announces New Headphones At NAAM

    This week is NAMM, the huge music products trade show out in Anaheim — sort of a CES for music nerds. Some of the first products to come out at NAAM are from Shure. Shure announced a set of in-ear style buds and two pairs of DJ-style headsets. Read More

  • Shure unveils SE315 Sound Isolating Earphones, Audiophiles Rejoice

    Shure announced their latest sound isolating earphones today (don’t call them earbuds), the SE315. The SE315’s are a single driver earphone with a full range of sound, and a detachable cable. Read More

  • Get the Band Back Together And Sing Into the Shure Special Edition Super 55

    This $299 may look like something Betty Boop used to record that “Boop boop be-boop” thing she used to do but it isn’t. It’s a high quality, high-output mic with a supercardioid polar pattern and vintage styling for those who need a little extra to get them through the session. Read More

  • Shure announces new "DJ" headphones

    Shure makes many different kinds of headphones, but this may be their first style aimed specifically at the DJ set. The new cans sport special 50mm drivers, and a sound reducing ear cup to cut out the excess noise that can be a problem when mixing in a club. Read More

  • CrunchGear Video Review: Four headsets enter, one leaves

    For those of you about to rock, I encourage you to pick out a nice pair of headphones. I tested four models at around $100. They are: Ultrasone Zino – $99 Philips Tapster – Price TBA Shure SE102MPA – $119 Klipsh S4i – $99 Which one did I love the most? While they were all special in their own way, there were two that really stood out in the round-up… but I… Read More

  • Shure intros full size headphones for pros and joes

    Shure has been known for years as a company that makes high-end earphones, but that image might change slightly with these three over-the-models. The cans start out at $199 for the SRH840 Professional Monitoring Headphones designed for reference quality frequency response. The $99 mid-level SRH440 are designed to be more portable with a collapsible design. Lastly are the previously announced… Read More

  • Shure debuts over the ear cans, SRH240

    At the London International Music Show, Shure introduced a set of headphones that are perfect for “general listening.” The SRH240s feature 40mm neodymium dynamic drivers that promise to reproduce “deep bass with clear mids and highs.” Weighing in at 181 grams, the SRH240 headphones will be available next month for roughly $115. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 35% off Shure headphones at Earphone Solutions

    Here’s a random CrunchDeal for y’all. Earphone Solutions, a fine Web site, has a bunch of Shure headphones (except the i2CM, SE110 and SE-110-K) for 35 percent off the regular price. That means you could walk away with, say, $150 SE210 for just $97. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Shure I2C-MP headphones for $40

    Amazon has the Shure I2C-MP headphones for the low, low price of $39.69. That’s a savings of $80 off the retail price (which is $120). The headphones qualify for Super Saver Shipping—Amazon sends the headphones to you by Pony Express (or some other as-slow shipping method) for free. While I haven’t used this particular model, Shure usually produces a quality product. Plus… Read More

  • Shure releasing new, low priced earphones

    Currently, the lowest priced Shure earphones here in the States are the SE110 at a modest $119, but that might change. Shure is releasing the E2c plugs over in Japan for 8000 yen, working out to be an even more modest $75 USD. I’m not a Shure aficionado but I do understand retail price points, and having a Shure-branded unit to compete with high-end Sony and JVC models does have a… Read More

  • Back to School: In-ear 'phones

    I think it’s safe to say that 90 percent of you Collegians have iPods and 100 percent of you probably use those eardrum-popping white earbuds. Get rid of those immediately because I doubt you’ll want to trade them in for hearing aids in a few years. As I’ve said in the past, in-ears are where it’s at, so you better jump on the wagon. And we’re not going to… Read More

  • Shure goes after mobile device market with six new headsets

    In my honest opinion there are way too many companies catering to Apple and it’s stupid iPhone. I really, really can’t stand this so-called phone. It’s constantly crashing and sucks as a phone. I can’t wait for the new BlackBerry Bold and/or the T-Mobile G1. Anyway, Shure announced an entry-level sound isolating music listening device today aimed at iPhone users. Read More

  • Sound Opinion: Headphone Showdown

    Given the widespread use of iPods and other portable music players it would seem that headphones are mostly used so as not to disturb others. And while that is one purpose for these direct to your ear mini speakers, headphones can just as easily be used to block the ambient noise around you, and more importantly to provide rich full quality audio when large speakers are unavailable. Of… Read More

  • Shure's Direct Injection Headphones

    Just in time for Easter, Shure just dropped a bombshell on headphone lovers everywhere by introducing the industry’s first direct-injection headphones. They promise to beat the hell out of regular old canalphones, thanks to a tiny tube sticking out from the end of the earphone that actually rests directly against your eardrum. But don’t worry, it’s only 70 percent as dangerous… Read More

  • Help Key: Home Recording, Part II

    I live in a neighborhood of burgeoning artists and musicians, and an endless stream of people ask me, “How do I set up a cheap, quick, and easy home recording studio?” I’ve actually got it down to a science at this point, so here it is. Keep in mind that your favorite indie rock band has probably used a less sophisticated setup. I recently spoke with Sam Endicott of The… Read More

  • So Many Headphones, So Little Head

    as well. Top 10 Headphones Reviewed [Webpodge] Read More