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Shure SE215

In-ear or ear-Pad monitor from Shure belonging to the SE Models series.

Public price: $99 incl. VAT

Shure unveiled the SE215 Sound Isolating Earphone, featuring a newly developed Dynamic MicroDriver and a detachable cable, at the 2011 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.

This earphone joins the ranks of the Company's SE315, SE425, and SE535 Sound Isolating Earphone models.

 

SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones

The SE215 uses a Single Dynamic MicroDriver. Available in clear or translucent black, the new SE215 features a detachable Kevlar-reinforced cable with wireform fit. It comes with an accessories package that includes three pairs of disposable black foam sleeves (S, M, L); three pairs of soft flex sleeves (S, M. L); and a carrying case.

 

SE315 Sound Isolating Earphones

The SE315 uses a Single High-Definition MicroDriver. It is available in black and clear, and comes with an accessories package that includes three pairs of disposable black foam sleeves (S, M, L); three pairs of soft flex sleeves (S, M, L); one pair of yellow foam sleeves; one pair of triple flange sleeves; and a carrying case.

 

SE425 Sound Isolating™ Earphones

The SE425 uses Dual High-Definition MicroDrivers. It is available in clear and metallic silver, and comes with an accessories package that includes three pairs of disposable black foam sleeves (S, M, L); three pairs of soft flex sleeves (S, M, L); one pair of yellow foam sleeves; one pair of triple flange sleeves; a premium carrying case; and a quarter inch (6.5mm) adapter.

 

SE535 Sound Isolating™ Earphones

The SE535 uses Triple High-Definition MicroDrivers. It is available in clear and metallic bronze, and comes with an accessories package that includes three pairs of disposable black foam sleeves (S, M, L); three pairs of soft flex sleeves (S, M, L); one pair of yellow foam sleeves; one pair of triple flange sleeves; a premium carrying case; quarter inch (6.5mm) adapter; airline adapter, and a volume control.

 

Pricing and Availability

  • SE215: $99 retail [$119 MSRP]
  • SE315: $199.99 retail [$249 MSRP]
  • SE425: $299.99 retail [$349 MSRP]
  • SE535: $499.99 retail [$549 MSRP]

 

The SE215 earphones carry a two-year limited warranty and will be available for purchase from select retailers in spring 2011.

 

For a complete list of where Shure products are sold, visit www.shure.com.

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