Depending on your requirements the KSE1500 may or may not be the right earphone for you. In this post we'll highlight some differences between our current top of line earphones with balanced armature drivers (the SE846), and the KSE1500.
An interview with Sensaphonics audiologist Heather Malyuk about hearing loss among music industry professionals and ways to prevent it.
Earphones and headphones often come with some fairly intimidating spec sheets. This can make choosing the right model for you a little daunting. Thankfully, we've put together a list of the most commonly seen specs to help you make an informed decision.
Shure Associates share what they like about hearing certain genres of music in certain places with certain technologies. Tell us about your listening habits!
This brief video will demonstrate how to get the best sound isolation and the most comfortable fit from every Shure earphone.
There isn't one of us who doesn't have a tangled pair of low-end earphones in a gym bag, coat pocket or buried next to the I-PASS tollway transponder somewhere in the glove compartment under a crumpled pile of fast food napkins. The chances are pretty good, too, that at least one pair hasn't worked for months and will eventually end up in the trash bin just like all the others that came packaged with various MP3 players over the years.
Recently, the editorial staff at TIME evaluated nearly 3,000 listening products. Partnering with a third-party research service, TIME combed through archives of expert reviews, product specs and media coverage to determine which brand offered the "true audio experience."
In light of Neil Young's PonoMusic, we look at high-res audio, the importance of headphones, and how you're only as good as the weakest link in your signal chain.
There are two distinct varieties of headphones available: closed back and open back. Each type has specific advantages or disadvantages depending on your application. Decide which type is right for you.
It's a common misconception that Shure earphones "lack bass". In reality, less than 1% of earphones returned to Shure service for "lack of bass" are defective. In almost all cases, the cause is due to how they're fitted, and here's why.