The SE112 delivers great sound with deep bass and impressive sound isolation. The first step in an audio upgrade for portable digital devices, the SE112 features Sound Isolating sleeves in multiple sizes block outside noise up to 37 dB and provide a secure, comfortable fit.
Evolved from personal monitor technology that's been road-tested by pro musicians, the SE112 delivers detailed sound for personal listening or monitoring.
Sound Isolating Design
Comfortable sound isolating sleeves block up to 37 dB of ambient noise. Sound isolation technology prevents outside noise from interfering with your listening experience, whether onstage or on-the-go. Shure Sound Isolating Earphones require a proper fit to achieve the best sound.
Unmatched Personalization and Comfort
Ergonomic, Professional Design
- Lightweight, low-profile shape with optimized nozzle angle is designed to rest comfortably in the ear.
- Over-the-ear configuration keeps cables out of the way.
Fit Kit Includes
- Sound Isolating Sleeves
The role of the included sound isolating sleeves is twofold: blocking ambient noise and ensuring a comfortable customized fit. Because every ear is different, the Fit Kit includes three sizes (S, M, L) of the soft flex sleeves. Experiment with the size and style that creates the best fit for you. A good seal is key to optimizing sound isolation and bass response as well as maximizing comfort during extended wear.
- Drawstring Pouch
A compact drawstring carrying pouch is included to provide a convenient, tangle-free solution to store and travel with your earphones.
|Speaker Type||Single Dynamic MicroDriver|
|Sensitivity||105 dB SPL/mW|
|Frequency Range||25Hz – 17kHz|
|Cable Style||50" Fixed|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
Gray Soft Flex Sleeves
For SE model earphones (except SE102MPA), SCL3, SCL4, SCL5, E3c, E4c, E5c, and E500 versions. Reusable soft flex sleeves available in 5-pair packs in S, M, and L.
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Service & Repair
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