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Shure SE425 in-ear monitors transparent - £159 @ bax-shop
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Shure SE425 in-ear monitors transparent - £159 @ bax-shop

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Posted 21st Apr

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Shure SE425 in-ear monitors transparent

Just noticed, you get an extra £5 off if you sign up to their mailing list, making them £154!


Shure’s SE series offers in-ear monitors for virtually any budget. The SE425 earphones, for instance, are considerably expensive, but once you try them, you’ll instantly hear why. Whereas most other in-ear monitors use only a single driver, the SE425s are equipped with two micro drivers: one for the trebles, and one for the bass tones. The resulting sound is both accurate and balanced, with plenty of detail.

The Shure SE425 in-ear monitors come with a number of ear sleeves, which are also sold separately. They enable you to choose the level of sound isolation you prefer, with a range of up to 30 dB, and make sure the earphones fit comfortably into any ear. The monitors’ cable has been reinforced, so you won’t suffer any signal loss if you accidentally touch or bend it. In short, Shure’s engineers have put a lot of thought into these high-definition earphones!

Specifications
Weight:
(incl. packaging) 530 gr
Dimensions:
(incl. packaging) 17.8 x 15.8 x 5.6 cm
Active noise suppression no
Wireless no
Headphone impedance 20-29 ohms
Includes microphone no
Cable length 150-199 cm
Colour transparent
Maximum frequency 19 - 19.9 kHz
Minimum frequency 20 - 21 Hz
Changeable caps yes
Volume control no
System 2-way
Product specifications

double high-definition micro drivers
two-way system: separate woofer and tweeter
sound-isolating ear sleeves in various sizes for up to 30dB isolation
lockable cable for a safe connection
detachable cable allows for easy replacement
impedance: 22 ohms
frequency range: 20 Hz - 19 kHz
sensitivity: 109 dB SPL/mW
cable length: 157 cm
weight: 32 g
colour: transparent
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D4NVT21/04/2020 12:44

I want, *edit* NEED these... But the Mrs would kill me


Better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
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I want, *edit* NEED these... But the Mrs would kill me
D4NVT21/04/2020 12:44

I want, *edit* NEED these... But the Mrs would kill me


Better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
Would've loved the bluetooth edition of these for this price.
66yyhhnn6621/04/2020 12:46

Would've loved the bluetooth edition of these for this price.


Just buy the BT2 cable... Still a deal!
Edited by: "D4NVT" 21st Apr
I’m gutted to post a great half price deal, but still not be able to afford them 😄
parabola11721/04/2020 12:52

I’m gutted to post a great half price deal, but still not be able to a …I’m gutted to post a great half price deal, but still not be able to afford them 😄


I'm looking for a pair of Shure's either these or the se535 and they are a good price but I think the company have over exaggerated the RRP on the Shure Website they are £219, but still a great saving of £60

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Edited by: "28081947" 21st Apr
Had these, were great but in the end someone knocked them out of my coat pocket and they were crushed under and office chair wheel. The small tubes the foams sit on are fairly fragile.

They came with a 3 year warranty, the connectors on the earpieces lasted around a year before beginning to crackle but Shure twice replaced them under warranty with a new boxed pair.

I'd have liked a pair of 525s but could never spend 250+ on something very likely to accidentally break at some point. The 535 range is supposed to be substantial better than the 425. The 425 are closer to the 315 than the 535 apparently despite being priced bang in the middle.

After my se425's died i bought a pair of RHA t10i's as they are visually identical but moulded steel instead of polycarbonate, so are up to a bit more punishment, though their sound quality isn't quite as crisp, and they also suffer the same cable /ear mount crackling problems after around a year.
Edited by: "Regprentice" 21st Apr
Heat added! Ugly as hell. Looks like tadpoles.
when it comes to mid range IEM I still think etymotic 4 series are the best value in class. Yes they are definitely NOT cheap but the quality is well worth it. Shame that the brand is still very unheard of in the UK mass market.
For anyone looking for a giant killer try the Blon bl-03. Strange fit, awful cable but incredible iems when these shortcomings have been rectified.
crocodilezzz21/04/2020 14:44

when it comes to mid range IEM I still think etymotic 4 series are the …when it comes to mid range IEM I still think etymotic 4 series are the best value in class. Yes they are definitely NOT cheap but the quality is well worth it. Shame that the brand is still very unheard of in the UK mass market.


I had Sennheiser IE8 then I had etymotic one in 3 series then in 4 series, they're dangerously sound isolating, would never wear those while out and about. Anyway upgraded to CTM (clear tune monitors) for slightly higher than etymotic 4 serie ( for about 400 quid two years ago) and just opened that box few months back when etymotic finally broke. Yes etymotic is great but CTM is a class apart, would not go back to any of previous ones.


This is a good priced one for midrange however, heat added.
D4NVT21/04/2020 12:44

I want, *edit* NEED these... But the Mrs would kill me


They are transparent, she will not see them
abit pricy for this type of ear phone
jamismaccann21/04/2020 16:21

abit pricy for this type of ear phone



Lol! Yer right.

Pricey for a decent sounding pair of earphones? Obviously never heard of Shure then.

I don't do wireless or convenience. I do sound quality.

Heat for the deal .
This or FiiO FH5 ?

Great price for the SE425s shame its not for the black ones.
I have a pair of westone 4r which I have had for 5 years and looking for a decent replacement but I am getting sick of the wires been caught all the time.

never tried shure but not to sure if there better than the westone
D4NVT21/04/2020 12:48

Just buy the BT2 cable... Still a deal!


Better off just paying the £199 from amazon for the bluetooth included.
Back to £195 or £161 for B-Stock now
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