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50% Discount on the Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones £28.49 @ Advanced MP3 Players

£28.49 @ Advanced MP3 Players
Serious bargain for top quality earphones. A set of Shure's for under £30! Need I say more... This is one of their newsletter deals. GGMRSE110 Read More
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Serious bargain for top quality earphones. A set of Shure's for under £30! Need I say more...

This is one of their newsletter deals.

GGMRSE110

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#1
What is the fit like on these?
#2
AliHearse
What is the fit like on these?


I think they come with 3 different sized buds for your ears, small medium large.

This is a really hot deal. great find, heat and rep:thumbsup:
#3
excellent - come with a selection of foam buds so that you can find the best fit. USed them on a trip to the US a few months ago and the flight attendant had to keep tapping me on the shoulder as I couldn't hear her asking if I wanted coffee etc. Cuts out a lot of background noise and just allows you to enjoy your tunes!
#4
I have these and they are excelent quility
#5
Great price, almost worth buying to use as spares and for replacement buds on my SE530's.

Do you get one or two sets of buds? I only use the large black foamies.
#6
Cheers, ordered. Delivery was £3.99, I did try one of the free delivery items but it didn't work. Still a great price at £32.48 but might be worth updating the title? ... cue someone to show I could have got free delivery!!
#7
Excellent Earphones. Bought them when they were on offer at play for £17.99.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/292454/shure-se110-sound-isolating-earphon/
#8
These were cheaper at play last year. Not really worth £30, were ok but nothing outstanding. Just about worth the £17 on play.
#9
Poor bass performance, but very well made earphones.
banned#10
IMHO well worth 30 odd quid of anyones money
#11
A friend has some of these, sound quality is excellent
#12
link working for anyone? They look to be full price on their site, unless i'm missing something..
#13
Cold; this is a poor price - I've bought them when they were £17.99 from Play, plus I got TopCashBack on top of that. They're nice enough headphones, but there are better models out there if you want to spend £30 and keep an eye out for offers.
#14
pompouspeabrain;6383552
These were cheaper at play last year. Not really worth £30, were ok but nothing outstanding. Just about worth the £17 on play.

ditto, though good value from play but £30 is a bit toppish for me on these would prefer the cx300s
#15
GafferTape;6383900
link working for anyone? They look to be full price on their site, unless i'm missing something..


All the details are on the main link.

Step 2:
At Checkout, enter the discount code "GGMRSE110" and press the redeem button.
#16
shifty
Poor bass performance, but very well made earphones.

Agree and disagree.

Wasn't overly impressed with the sound quality when I got them for £17.99 at Play.
Then after a few months one of the buds stopped working.

They seemed sturdy enough, but obviously not. I should add I take good care of my headphones and these were to replace my 5+ yr old Sony EX70s which were notorious for breaking within months.
Also, they're pretty big.

*edit*
Forgot to add, their warranty service is excellent.
I sent in just the headphones and extension lead (as requested) and got a brand new retail boxed set back within a week.
So I now have 2 sets of each buds, 2 cases etc.
#17
people that say the cx300 are better really know nothing about headphones, and for 30 its still a bargain, if i didnt have the se310 i would have got these

And with 2 yrs warrenty its just a gimme, my first pair of shures, i got replaced 5 times in 2 yrs, even tho they didnt break, cos the turnover on warrenty was 3 days, and recently they sent me a extension cord, without asking for the old one back, top company

Nice find OP
#18
I couldnt live without these, they are great for drowning out idiots talking on the train first thing in the morning. I also got them at £17.99 so this might be a good price for them now but they have been much cheaper
#19
damn! Just got EC2's last month :(

I love shure!
#20
How do these compare to the SoundMagic PL12s that people also seem to recommend on here?
#21
gonna give these a try

heat added
#22
these look good....count me in
#23
had shures once never again great quality sound but awful bass, good deal though
#24
Yeah... how do these compare to the E2Cs? I have strange ears - I can only get the small size buds into my ears and they hurt after a while because they are a little too big (if I put them in any shallower they just pop out). So are the ends any smaller? Thnx
1 Like #25
loveheartz
Yeah... how do these compare to the E2Cs? I have strange ears - I can only get the small size buds into my ears and they hurt after a while because they are a little too big (if I put them in any shallower they just pop out). So are the ends any smaller? Thnx


I have both and like the sound of my Kramer-modded E2Cs better. The E2Cs also seem a bit better made. I've used mine for around 6 years now without any problems. I use small black rubber tips with mine. Nice soft, but snug fit. I get sore ears with the clear tips and the foamies.
#26
Don't forget Quidco 4% :thumbsup:
#27
patelbadboy06
people that say the cx300 are better really know nothing about headphones, and for 30 its still a bargain, if i didnt have the se310 i would have got these

And with 2 yrs warrenty its just a gimme, my first pair of shures, i got replaced 5 times in 2 yrs, even tho they didnt break, cos the turnover on warrenty was 3 days, and recently they sent me a extension cord, without asking for the old one back, top company

Nice find OP


CX300s are better and aren't a pain in the **** to get them into your ears.:p

What is the point of making an expensive(ish) pair of headphones and then go "I think we'll leave the bass out!". I really wanted to like the Shures, but no matter what I did (headphone amps), they were still a big disappointment. So I bought some CX300s.

And before you say I don't know anything about headphones, it's all I listen to, some lovely HD600s going through a Graham Slee amp, hmmmmm!:-D
#28
@Bazza71, in all honesty most Shures lack base. I've got a pair of 330 and 5's
#29
I might give these a try, cheers.
#30
Bazza71
CX300s are better and aren't a pain in the **** to get them into your ears.:p

What is the point of making an expensive(ish) pair of headphones and then go "I think we'll leave the bass out!". I really wanted to like the Shures, but no matter what I did (headphone amps), they were still a big disappointment. So I bought some CX300s.

And before you say I don't know anything about headphones, it's all I listen to, some lovely HD600s going through a Graham Slee amp, hmmmmm!:-D


Try different outputs on your mp3 player, i think the bass is more then enough personally
#31
I have these and paid much more for them

In hindsight I probably wouldn't have bought them at around the £40 I paid (I felt that the bass was somewhat lacking)

However at this price I highly recommend them
#32
I have the SE210's and they are awesome. The sound isolation is incredible, the only "sound" you can hear are the bass/vibrations of your environment i.e. tube rattling along, plane turbulence, but crucially you *do not* hear anything! The sound quality is top notch too.

The SE110 are £30 is just ridiculous, do your MP3 player and ears a favour, and buy these.

- oh, be careful crossing the road with these because I've nearly been run over a couple of times (don't cycle with these)
#33
Pretty good earphones at a decent price. Have some HeAt!!
#34
I have the se210s and while they sound great I would like more bass. If I up the bass on my ipod it distorts. Those saying they have no bass at all just arent fitting them properly, use the black foamies. Sound isolation is excellent!
#35
not really worth £30 imho. cx300s outstrip these for sound quality, the only benefit of these is the noise isolation, which is very good. e2c's are still floating around and they are far superior in terms of fit and sound quality.
1 Like #36
Very tempted. Are these as good as the Shure E2C’s?

My beloved E2Cs are gone :cry: They went everywhere with me for the 18 months or so I had them. They saved me from countless hours of listening to chavs arguing and one-sided “I’m on the train. No TRAIN! I’m surprised you can’t hear me, I’m in the quiet carriage!”-type conversations on my commute. They were the best earphones I’ve ever had and better at blocking out surrounding noise than any of the noise-cancelling earphones I’ve tried (and I’ve tried several – my life is a never-ending quest for a peaceful commute). Eventually, they suffered from (what I gather is) a common problem in that the cable split where you hook and shape it around your ear (users of E2Cs will know what I mean). I covered this with insulating tape but that wasn’t very satisfactory. In the end, I broke them while trying to unsolder one of the earpieces to fit some shrink sleeve. After looking at them forlornly for a few days I finally got the nerve to chuck them in the bin. Soon after I read on this forum that the manufacturer would probably have replaced them as the splitting cable was a common fault they seemed to be accepting as a design flaw :-(

At the moment, I’m using a pair of the Senn CX500’s I bought a few weeks ago but they’re not a patch on my beloved E2C’s. On the train I can still hear people talking at normal conversational level so the loudmouth louts and their revolting, grubby, feral children are all too evident. I’m tempted by this offer but only if they’re very good (i.e. very effective at blocking out surrounding noise). After all, I could get some more E2C’s for £50.
banned#37
bought thanks

comes with 3 foot extension cable
#38
Nice one OP
#39
I had a pair of CX300's and I had to turn the base down. they lasted me a year though which is reasonable.

Bought the Shure 110's last december and I dont think I could ever own another pair of tinny headphones again. I would pay £60 for these. if you enjoy your music give these a try, use the foam buds and fit them properly.
#40
I love these earphones and as luck would have it this deal came up the day after the wire on my set stopped working in one ear.

Just a really dense question. I can't seem to get free delivery so can only seem to get it for 32.49- it seems like you can't stack discount codes and that includes the free 'stork' delivery code. Am i missed something ? :oops:

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