Shure SE215-CL

Dynamic Sound Isolating In-ear Headphones

  • Dynamic MicroDriver for warm sound with dynamic bass
  • Shields over 90% of ambient noise
  • Suitable for in-ear monitoring as well as MP3 player
  • In-ear
  • Impedance: 20 Ohm
  • Sensitivity: 107 dB SPL/mW
  • Frequency range: 22 - 17,500 Hz
  • Detachable cable, can be rotated 360° at the gold-plated plug-in contact
  • Cable on ear is wire-reinforced
  • Cable length: 162 cm
  • Including transport case
  • Including foam and silicone ear pieces in 3 sizes (S, M, L), more available optionally
  • Colour: Transparent (also available in black, under article nr 262381)

Optional accessories:

  • CBL-M + K Music Phone adapter cable for Apple Article number: 255644
  • CBL-MK Music Phone adapter cable for Samsung Galaxy S and other smartphones, article nr: 331370
  • EABKF1-10S/M/L Foam ear pieces (sizes S, M, L), article nr: S 137235, M 137236, L 319294
  • EASFX1-10S/M/L Silicone ear pads (Sizes S, M, L), article nr: S 172504, M 172505, L 137237
  • EAYLF1-10 Universal foam ear pieces, yellow colour, article nr 127879
  • EATFL1-6 Triple flange ear pieces available at article nr 208206
  • EAADPT-KIT Adapter Kit article nr 204355
  • EAC64CL Replacement cable, transparent colour, article nr 258854

Further Information

Number of Ways 1
Custom Made No
Removable Cable Yes
Ambience No
Color Transparent
Bass Boost No
Midrange Boost No
HiFi No
Allround Yes
Application Allround

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Great Headphones for great price
Simon St., 17.02.2014
Hi!
At first i would like to excuse my insufficient English skills.
I'm from germany, but i'll do my best, so that you can understand my opinion on this product.
It took me a long time to choose a price range.
At last i decided to spend 100-150EUR.
I compared the Shure Se 215 + Shure 315 + tBone Ep7 and the Se 215 won, but why?

All 3 In-Ear Headphones sound great, so you'll propably be happy with each one of them :) But i'll try to compare them.

The tBones have a great sound in the lows.
The bass is very direct and deep.
Mids + Highs are ok.
They look pretty good.

The Se 315 have a bit less bass .
But for me it seems like the high frequencies are a bit clearer and better.

The Se 215 sounds very very similar.
There's only a bit less resolution.
They sound only a tiny bit "muffled " compared to the 315.
But I got the impression, that the bass in the 215 is a bit more present than in the se 315 ( even it's not that clear).

For me the tBones have 2 problems :
- You can't change the cable ( when the cable is broken, you have to buy completely new ones)
- You can't bend the cable to you ears that good.

That's why they lost.

The difference between the 215 + 315 were very slight.
That's why i decided to use the 215, and i did not regret that.

Btw the 215 are also great headphones for listening to music.
A very clear sound :)

I hope you understand everything.
If you want to spend only a few money but you want to have good quality, you should go for the Se215.
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Okay! could be better, could be worse
Fergal97, 07.05.2020
Build quality is okay, the cable connectors are solid, but the biggest issue with them is the metal wire used to mould the cable to your ear.
These have snapped twice on me over the course of 2 years, this is from constantly being changed.

Overall sound quality is ok, not enough high-end and too much low-mids but they do the job and the outside noise isolation is very good!
comes with a little zipper pouch for storage and honestly would buy again if it wasn't for the lack of high-end
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Excellent in-ear
Mr Transistor, 07.02.2015
I am a little bit of a headphone-freak. I tried a few brands: Etymotic, Shure, Sony, Sennheiser, Boss (yes, they make in-ear headphones), Apple...

I really like my Sennheiser HD600. Great headphones: linear, dynamic, distortion free and comfortable. With the new ear-pads and head-pad they are back as they were brand new.

I was a little bit sceptical about the SE215. I was in love with my Shure E4C. Really good in-ear headphones. Solid bass, clear treble, balanced mids and excellent noise isolation. Unfortunately, the cable broke a few months ago and it wasn't replaceable with a Shure one. I replaced it with another cable but the E4C were falling into pieces.

I decided I didn't want to spend a fortune in new headphones; the SE215 looked reasonably priced so I decided to give it a go.

* Comfort
In-ear headphones can be a little bit of a problem for some people. Especially the bit that goes inside the ear can hurt after a while.

The body fits in my ears perfectly. It shows that Shure put his experience in in-ear designing in the SE215. The tips are soft and don't produce excessive pressure inside the ear.

The SE215 come with 6 pairs of tips. 3 are made of special foam that adapts to the ear shape. The other 3 are more conventional.

* Cable
The cable is Kevlar® reinforced and it is thick. Much thicker than the average headphone. This makes it mechanically robust, electrically transparent and not prone to get tangled.

The drawback is that touching the cable induces some mechanical noise in the earpieces. Frankly it is not a problem for me but it might be a problem for some.

The SE215 are design to have the cable going around the ear. The cable has a semi-rigid cover in the last few centimetres before the earpieces. This allows the cable to be pre-shaped so every time is ready for your ears. It works great for me but some people may prefer the extra flexible cable used by other brands/models.

Last but not least, the cable is detachable. Yes, you can unplug it from the earpieces, replace it and your headphones are back as new. It is a great idea that I would like to see more often.

* Body
I purchased the clear/transparent version because I like how it looks but the SE215 are available in black as well.

The body is made of solid plastic. There are no semi-rigid parts that inevitably after a few years simply disintegrate.

* Isolation
It is very good. Perhaps too good - I don't recommend them while cycling.

The isolation is so effective that I find hard to understand why people buy active noise-cancellation headphones. In my opinion, the only case where noise-cancellation headphones makes sense is when in-ear cannot be used (e.g. because of the ear shape or if one has ears that cannot tolerate in-ears)

* Sound
They sound so good... I can't take them off. The SE215 pulverise my old Shure E4C. In comparison, the E4C sound like music on the telephone.

The bass is clear and powerful but not overpowering. Trebles are clear and defined. Mids are balanced. The best thing after my HD600.

* Conclusions
If you look for a good headphones that deliver clear, powerful and solid sound the SE215 are an excellent choice.

If own cheap headphones, do yourself a favour and buy the Shure SE215. Portable music will never be the same.
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Great entry level IEM's
Kevo, 26.12.2019
I am a one man Acoustic Guitar/Vocal performer (Pub singer) & sometimes perform with a fiddle player. I have some hearing issues so was struggling with on stage monitoring. So I finally relented and decided to purchase an IEM system. I decided on a b-stock t.bone 150 (I highly recommend). Most of the reviews I read recommended that I switch out the included headphones for something a little better. So I chose these for price, name, and the fact that at time of purchase, they were the number 1 selling item in this category.

Out of the box, you get a small carry case and some replaceable buds of varying sizes to ensure you can find a suitable fit for you.

Outside Isolation: They do isolate the sound quite well. It is important that you are using the correct size buds for your ear to ensure a good seal.

Sound: Quality is good enough. I have no doubt there are better sounding phones than these but at the price point they will suffice.

Comfort: Surprisingly comfortable. You need to try the different size buds to find the ones best suited to you. They do take some getting used to so I recommend using them at every opportunity to facilitate this.

Quality: They are well built and look & feel like they will take a bit of abuse. However, others have noted that you will need to replace parts at some point. It is almost inevitable. Another plus for the phones is that all the parts are replaceable. So no need to buy a new set when these stop working.

Overall, a great entry level set of phones. The difference between IEM's & on-stage is quite noticeable (for the better). If you are sitting on the fence about switching I recommend you make the switch. On stage monitors are bulky heavy items. For solo/duo use the in-ears a really a no-brainer. For bands, available funds will usually dictate outcome. I still think in the long run IEM's are an away better option. Thomann reps are brilliant for advice and will guide you on what is best for you. Not what is the more expensive. So make use of the Thomann 30 day money back guarantee and try out a set. I don't think you will regret it. Remember it takes time to get used to wearing & using them.
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