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Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones (White) just £17.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco!

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Designed for music lovers looking to upgrade the earphones included with their MP3 players, the compact SE110 is a perfect introduction to the stunning performance of Shure earphones. Evolved from ear… Read More
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Designed for music lovers looking to upgrade the earphones included with their MP3 players, the compact SE110 is a perfect introduction to the stunning performance of Shure earphones. Evolved from earphone technology road-tested by pro musicians and perfected by Shure engineers, the compact SE110 delivers a rich, lifelike listening experience that's free from outside noise.

Balanced MicroSpeaker
Developed for the discerning music lover, Balanced MicroSpeakers deliver optimized audio for a vivid and detailed listening experience. Rediscover your favorite music-richer and more lifelike than you've ever heard it.

Sound Isolating Design
Comfortable sound isolating sleeves block over 90 percent of ambient noise. Combined with the compact design and a modular cable, interruptions from the outside world are minimized, enabling you to focus on your music.
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#1
When I click hot on your deals! It seems to generate twice the amount of heat than anybody elses deals! I think you must be getting paid for doing this!
#2
HOT, I have a pair of these in black and they are great.
#3
Been waiting for these to go back down in price! Thanks!
#4
lol, was out of stock n now its back on! :-D
#5
Hot!
These are great headphones, play seem to do these for around this price quite often.
don't forget Quidco!
#6
been waiting for these to come down again... many thanks :)
#7
How do these rank to the CX300s?
#8
Got some of these last time they were this price. Excellent headphones and even more comfortable than previous Shune headphones ive owned. I couldn't live without them for droning out people yapping first thing in the morning on the train
#9
I'm listening with a pair of these as I type. Just did a comparison with a pair of throwabout Sennheiser MX300s I bought for a fiver. I actually found the Sennheisers warmer without any noticeable loss of detail. Source was an Apple Nano with MP3 tracks encoded at 320kbit/s.

Hot deal nonetheless!
#10
Are these better than the Goldring GX200 headphones?

I already own the Shure headphones and I know they are excellent but I just bought the Goldrings as a present for someone at the same price. If Shure are a lot better then I will get them instead and send back the Goldring headphones.
#11
Parp
Are these better than the Goldring GX200 headphones?

I already own the Shure headphones and I know they are excellent but I just bought the Goldrings as a present for someone at the same price. If Shure are a lot better then I will get them instead and send back the Goldring headphones.


Haven't listened to the Goldrings, but I reckon with in-the-ear headphones at this price-level, you'd struggle to hear a big difference. Down to individual preference I'd say so six and half a dozen really. You'd need proper 'cans' to appreciate a full sound from headphones.
#12
Parp
Are these better than the Goldring GX200 headphones?

I already own the Shure headphones and I know they are excellent but I just bought the Goldrings as a present for someone at the same price. If Shure are a lot better then I will get them instead and send back the Goldring headphones.


I have both. The Goldrings sound better.

EDIT: The shures are very smooth, and dare I say it, dull. Although they are not run in yet, being only 1 week old. But the sound is definitely boring compared to the Goldrings, and the way you have to have the Shures over your ears (or swap left with right) is weird.
#13
oldskooladdict
How do these rank to the CX300s?


I prefer the CX300, but these defo give better isolation, meaning you dont need them so loud. Lacks the bassy punch of the Senn's tho.
#14
Bargain at this price. Thanks to the OP :thumbsup:
#15
These are very good, but most people complain of lacking bass. I too found that on my Creative Zen, it felt a little "flat", but I tweaked with the EQ a bit and they are fine. When being driven from a much higher quality audio source, no EQ tweaking is required at all and these are really very good for the money.

Notably, these are great for classical music and anything with a lot of mid/high detail. I have a lot of music in VBR V0 and keep hearing detail that I have not heard before on other buds.

However, if you use poorer bitrates (<192), and a ****** MP3 player (iPods have poor sound quality and even my Zen isn't that great - Cowon are the best really), don't expect these to shine at all - they'll sound dead dull with no EQ fiddle, unlike other buds that ram the bass up quite a lot at the expense of mid/high range detail.
#16
Ah ******. Only just bought £150 of Bose headphones at the weekend..

But, I could really do with a new set for my lunchtime walks... ;) buyed! - cheers.
#17
The sound quality is excellent!! Great bargain for the price.
#18
Ive just bought the Goldring GX200 headphones thanks.
#19
Nice one!!! Heat added!
#20
Does anyone know how these compare to the Klipsch Custom 1?

I've still got a pair on order from when they were this price at Amazon, so I don't know which pair to go for...
#21
nintendolinky
Ive just bought the Goldring GX200 headphones thanks.


The Goldring GX200 is better in my opinion. I have both and I find the quality in the Goldrings just that little bit better although the build quality in the Shure is better.
#22
Bought these the last time around, they were one of the worst pair of headphones i have ever used. Virtually no bass sound despite adjustment to the EQ!!

Sold them on Ebay as i could not be bothered with the fuss of trying to sort out my money with Play.com and made £12 profit for my troubles.

If you like bass don't buy these - if you don't mind then they are an OK but only on par with a cheap £9.99 set of headphones.
#23
Altrezia
Ah ******. Only just bought £150 of Bose headphones at the weekend..

But, I could really do with a new set for my lunchtime walks... ;) buyed! - cheers.


I might also add that these buds are exceptionally sensitive to cables rubbing. Walking can be a bit of a nightmare imo, unless you have the wire well insulated under clothing.
#24
didnt like them either.
#25
natanddan1

If you like bass don't buy these - if you don't mind then they are an OK but only on par with a cheap £9.99 set of headphones.


I disagree here. Put a decent audio source into these (like a proper power + pre amp, or valve headphone amp), and they will blow bigger headphones out of the water. They are buds, sure, but they sound better when driven correctly.

Sadly, 95% of these sold will never see their full potential and will be used only on MP3 players. The impression I get is that these are more suited towards being used as monitors.
#26
The build quality of the Shure's over the Goldring's is significant. I agree that the Shure's lack the bass that the Goldrings readily supply, but I still think I'd go for the Shures. The sound isolation is superior for the Shures, and the sound quality is still great. The Goldrings don't fit comfortably into the iPhone, either.
#27
These are great headphones, once fitted correctly they sound fantastic. At this price they are a steal.
If you like heavy bass then the CX300's will be more up your street and they're very easy to fit.

I find that the SE110's are most comfortable and sound best with the foam buds but they are fiddly to fit. You roll the foam buds up like ear plugs before inserting them, then it takes a while for the foam to expand in your ear and create a good seal. Only then does the bass come through fully.

The sound wasn't as good with the rubber buds, poor bass due to a poor seal with the ear.
#28
Wow! Bought these at 25 quid and now it's down so much!!! What a bargain.

Got a pair of black ones myself, awesome earphones!!
#29
Fantastic price, thanks to the OP. Currently using Ultimate Ears Super.fi 5 Pro's but these will come in useful for a spare set!
#30
i already have these, got them when they were £25, is it worth getting another as a backup? do they last long?
#31
I bought these last time they were on HDUK. They are very good headphones but the only down-side is the cable feels a bit heavy and bulky where it connects to the extension lead. Without the extension lead the cable is too short.
#32
just ordered a pair!

I had a pair of Sennheiser CX300 and had to turn the base down for better sound quality. Nice headphones though and lasted a year which is good for me.

Looking forward to trying these ones out!
#33
I received these as replacement for E2c's which had faulty flex. Clearly they've taken the p*** if they can afford to sell these for this price. I paid £50 for my E2c when they were fairly rare in the UK.

Oh and these are bargain for this price, but not worth over £25 imo
#34
So whats the Verict?

Shure SE110 or the Goldring GX200s?

im getting a pair for my new fuze mp3 player i just bought and was going to get the goldrings but then the shures have popped up again.

so what will it be folks?
#35
steveilevi
When I click hot on your deals! It seems to generate twice the amount of heat than anybody elses deals!


that's because someone rated up the deal in the time you loaded the page and clicked on 'vote up'

hot deal, i'll probably buy the goldrings for a christmas present, but the saving on these is also significant
#36
thks 4 pairs ordered
#37
What are these like for running with?
1 Like #38
Jetpac
So whats the Verict?

Shure SE110 or the Goldring GX200s?

im getting a pair for my new fuze mp3 player i just bought and was going to get the goldrings but then the shures have popped up again.

so what will it be folks?


Sandisk don't use the best DACs in their MP3 players, but it should still sound better than an iPod. If you plan to sit a lot, have high quality MP3 files and will use a decent Hi Fi setup too, get the Shure SE110. If you plan to be quite mobile, the Goldring will be more suitable imo.

Shame really, as these headphones have a lot to offer.
#39
Unlight
What are these like for running with?


You'll be able to hear just about every movement your body makes - the wire is very sensitive and conducts noise easily.
#40
Unlight
What are these like for running with?
On the upside the cable goes over the ear which should stop them from being dragged out. On the downside the extra connector in the lead is heavier than just regular cable.

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