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9 products

  1. Shure M97xE review

    Shure M97xE review

    10  

    An unusually good turntable cartridge for the budget buyer

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    Shure SE535 review

    Shure SE535 review

    9  

    These earphones are pricey, but they're also brilliant

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    Shure SE115 earphones review

    Shure SE115 earphones review

    9  

    The earphone market can seem like a bit of a minefield for anyone who doesn't know exactly what they're looking for. And with the sub-£100 section of the market literally bristling with different options, it can be hard to work out what to buy.

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    Shure SE102 earphones review

    Shure SE102 earphones review

    7  

    Shure's latest pair of budget earphones are aimed at 'aspiring audiophiles' - people like you and me who are fed up with the poor quality cans that come bundled with most MP3 players. That's especially true of iPods of any generation, despite Apple's claims to the contrary. Those white earphones? Yech!

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    Shure SE530 review

    Shure SE530 review

    9  

    I can't quite believe that I'm sitting here using a set of earphones that have an RRP of £330. Fortunately, most retailers are selling them lower than that - £269 seems to be the best price we found. And how good can earphones get, anyway? Actually, very very good

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    Shure SE420 review

    Shure SE420 review

    8  

    Surely £202 is far too much for a rational human being to spend on a pair of earphones? Together with one of the bigger iPods the pair would cost you over £400. That's an expensive way to block out the chattering and sniffing on the Tube

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    Shure SE420 review

    Shure SE420 review

    8  

    Costing more than most upmarket portable music players, these earphones are clearly targeted at quality-conscious listeners - and they're not even Shure's top model. The cost, of course, is in the detailed micro-engineering

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    Shure E500PTH review

    Shure E500PTH review

    8  

    These are almost certainly the world's most expensive earphones, andthey're aimed at the portable audio market. But is compressed digital audio worth good-quality earphones?

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    Shure E4c Sound Isolating Earphones review

    Shure E4c Sound Isolating Earphones review

    9  

    If you can cope with the weighty price tag, the Shure E4c SoundIsolating Earphones deliver a remarkable experience for the passionate audiophile.

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