SRH145 Portable Headphones
SRH145 Portable Headphones
SRH145 Portable Headphones feature deep, rich bass with full-range audio.
- Closed-back on-ear ear cups in an adjustable design for good external noise isolation and a personalized fit
- Affordable, collapsible headphones for general listening on the go
- Fixed, straight cable
- Includes SRH145 and user guide
Developed by a brand trusted for music history’s greatest moments, the SRH145 Portable Headphones deliver deep, rich bass with full-range audio.
- Closed-back ear cups provide good external noise isolation
- Ultra-lightweight, collapsible design offers convenient storage and on-the-go use
- Adjustable, on-ear ear cups and padded headband ensure an ergonomic and secure fit
Two-year warranty covers free replacement or repair
|Sensitivity||100 dB SPL/mW|
|Frequency Range||25 Hz–18 kHz|
|Weight||5.28 oz (150 g) without cable|
|Cable Length||5 ft (1.52 m)|
|Cable Style||Straight, attached dual-exit|
|Plug||Nickel-plated 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini jack|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
HPAEC145 Replacement Ear CushionsReplacement ear cushions for SRH145 Portable Headphones and SRH145m+ Portable Headphones with Remote + Mic.
The competition is heating up for high-performance budget headphones, and these two new Shure on-ears, the SRH144 and SRH145, are bona fide contenders. They sound the same, and sell for the same price; the difference is the SRH144 semi-open design lets you hear sound in your environment, while the SRH145 closed-back design hushes external noise. The SRH144 and SRH145 smooth over the roughest edges of harsh MP3s and iffy-sounding YouTube videos, no problem. The tonal balance is commendably rich...
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With a judicious blend of power and poise, the SRH145 provide an affordable ride that’s worthy of the Shure name. If you’re looking for a solid set of on-ear cans for a tiny chunk of change, Shure’s new SRH145 should be penciled in at the top of your list.
Shure’s SRH145 Portable Headphones are a very nice offer into the collapsible headphone arena. The sound quality is very good and the headphones are totally attractive. I took them on a business trip to Chicago with me and was able to truly test how portable these cans are.
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