Shure SE420 Sound Isolating Earphones £129 @ Advanced MP3 Players+ possible 4% quidco £129 @ Advanced MP3 Players - HotUKDeals
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Heart-Pounding Performance
Featuring Dual TruAcoustic MicroSpeakers, the SE420 uses a dedicated tweeter and woofer to provide a detailed sound stage. Lows, mids, and highs are distinct and defined - for accurate reproduction of all the details of your music.

Product Overview:

Sound Isolating Design
Speaker Type: Dual TruAcoustic Microspeakers
2-Year Limited Warranty
Included Premium Fit Kit
Available in what Shure call White which we would call Silver


The cheapest price I can find them is for £162.99
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1 Like #1
Hot, good deal.
#2
assuming you use these on an ipod, they actualy cost more than the ipod (if nano)

Insane, whats the world coming too.
#3
andyfisher100
assuming you use these on an ipod, they actualy cost more than the ipod (if nano)

Insane, whats the world coming too.


what do you find insane? :thinking:

good deal, thanks
#4
Stupid f'n post... (Not this one)
#5
£129!!!! For a set of flipping earphones!!!!!!!

That is stupid, crazy, madness...
#6
for people with more money than sense!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:lazy:
you could always try these Shure SE530 Sound Isolating Earphones were £275 now reduced to£229 at [url]www.crazycameras.co.uk[/url] (what a snip)
#7
Stupid, crazy, madness = commenting on a subject on which you have little or no knowledge!

You get what you pay for with headphones.
banned#8
good price for a sensational product
#9
here we go, "how much for something so tiny?"

These are excellent earphones. At this price they are a bargain. Granted, they are beyond most people's needs.

For the record, coupling these with an iPod would be an absolute waste of earphones, the iPod could not do these justice.
#10
I'll order half a dozen...!!!
#11
smally54
for people with more money than sense!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:lazy:
you could always try these Shure SE530 Sound Isolating Earphones were £275 now reduced to£229 at [url]www.crazycameras.co.uk[/url] (what a snip)


I got a pair of 530's as a present from someone a few years ago, they really are absolutely stunning, although complete overkill for most purposes and people
banned#12
I wish these were at/around this price back in 2008, ended up getting the se210(£59.99 from amazon(originally bought from play for £5 more but they got lost in the post), at the moment they're £75) back then as these were closer to £200 and the se310 were double the price of the se210.

the se210 from the reviews I've read are not too far off the se310 so I decided to save the money, on the other hand if the se420 was around this price I'd prob have made the jump.

I'm tempted by these but trying to stop myself, as looking at getting a new tv for the bedroom(the 7 series 40inch samsung led back lit).
#13
The Sure in ear units are superb.

I travel on the tube and these kill the sound from the environment. All I heard is my breathing and the cable touching my jacket.

Be careful using these on the street as you will not hear traffic when walking or it took me 2 weeks to get used them as the ambient noise suppression is so good.

Now there are some things you might need to know about these types of unit

1) The foam that comes with them is key to getting good sound. You cannot pop them in and hope they work. You have to get them into you ear canal. The foam last about 12 months. A set of new ones (10 pairs) is about £13 quid. Another thing it comes with a cleaning tool. Keep this really CAREFULLY and clean the wax out every 2 weeks. If you don't they will clog up with wax and then they are no good you need to buy a new pair. Trust me I did not listen to the cleaning guidelines a costly mistake!

2) The sound from any of the Apple players is quite poor when listening through these. Not a problem with the Sure any decent headphones will show up the poor audio on the iPods.

3) They let you hear all the defects / artifacts on the recordings, so low grade mp3 or aac sample sets would need to redone. I chap at work recoded is tracks using DBPower amp to rip his CD collection to FLAC. I've moved to FLAC and got the Samsung R1 16gb with iPlayer support and DixX/Xvid with no recoding for any resolution up to 720p! Great DSP deck also if you like that sort of thing.

4) The price seems high but my goodness I spent a few hundred dollars on my Sure 2 or 3 years ago no regrets

5) I have several very expensive headphones at home all costing >£150 the Sure are up there with the best and the Sound Isolation is spectacular. Forget the electronic noise suppression the foam on these and the drivers are out of this world. Really.
#14
Hot. You guys voting cold really don't know what you're missing. There's something deeply magical about being able to hear every last detail of a mix, and be able to lose yourself following a something through the track. In a good recording of a good performance, there's so much to be heard. You've got three or however many musicians playing the best instruments they could afford putting all the skill they've spent most of their lives working to develop, and if the producer's up to the task, it gives you an amazingly deep and detailed track. With cheapie headphones, the details really do get lost, and you just can't appreciate the music as much as you can with these.

If you're not really into music, you don't really need high-end gear. But if you're a musician of any kind and if you've got an atuned ear, this sort of thing is essential. I've got the 110 model that sells for half the price of these, and I love 'em to bits.
#15
JayDubya
here we go, "how much for something so tiny?"

These are excellent earphones. At this price they are a bargain. Granted, they are beyond most people's needs.

For the record, coupling these with an iPod would be an absolute waste of earphones, the iPod could not do these justice.

when i first got my 420's,i plugged them into my ipod classic with high expectations! they sounded awful!!went through the eq presets and they sound amazing on the r&b setting!! i couldnt go back to any other earphones after these! i'm thinking real hard about a pair of 530s!!or even the new 535s! an ebayer is selling them for £300 from usa,he's sold quite a few pairs and everybody loves them.

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