Shure SE846 Earphones
The Shure SE846 earphones Sound Isolating Earphones feature a clear case design that lets you see the inside microsdrivers. The foam earphone tips fit the ear for a close to custom fit that blocks ambient noise very well, not to mention Shure's noise cancellation perk.The earbuds are super light and extremely comfortable due to the detachable cable.
These earpods may seem pricey but a company that has such a great reputation in high end products wouldn't just over price a product that much. This product is worth looking into! Here is a video to see for yourselves.
Quad High-Definition MicroDrivers The SE846 delivers extended high-end clarity and unparalleled low-end performance. Evolved from personal monitor technology road-tested by pro musicians and fine-tuned by Shure engineers, the SE846 features a patent-pending design that includes a groundbreaking low-pass filter. This technology enables the deep low-end performance of a true subwoofer without sacrificing clarity or detail of mids or highs.
Comfortable Sound Isolating sleeves block up to 37 dB of ambient noise, whether onstage or on-the-go.
Customizable frequency response, detachable cables, and a wide variety of accessories ensure an unequalled, perfectly tailored listening experience for the most discerning audio enthusiast.
QUAD HIGH-DEFINITION MICRODRIVERS WITH TRUE SUBWOOFER
- For extended high-end clarity and unparalleled low-end performance
- Four custom-engineered, balanced armature drivers tailored to blend precisely with each other
- Three-way system configuration for dedicated low-, mid-, and high-frequency distribution
PATENT-PENDING DESIGN FOR UNPARALLELED LOW END
- Groundbreaking low-pass filter enables low-end rolloff at ~3 dB at 90 Hz (~10 dB at 250 Hz)—the previously unattainable deep low-end performance of a true subwoofer—without sacrificing clarity or detail
- Ten precision-welded, stainless steel plates form 4 inches of high acoustic mass pathway, naturally enabling low frequency rolloff to begin at about 75 Hz without distortion or artifacts
UNMATCHED PERSONALIZATION AND COMFORT
- Customizable Frequency Response
- Adjustable sound signatures via changeable nozzle inserts and removable metal nozzle (balanced, warm, and bright options included)
- Ergonomic, Flexible Design
- Lightweight, low-profile shape with optimized nozzle angle designed to rest comfortably in the ear
- Over-the-ear configuration keeps cables out of the way
- Detachable Cable with Wireform Fit
- Durable Kevlar™ reinforced cables with formable wire ensure secure placement
- MMCX connector with lock-snap mechanism allows easy replacement and provides 360-degree rotation to optimize fit
- Two included cable lengths (46" and 64") for flexible wearing options
DURABLE, SOPHISTICATED DESIGN
- Comfortable Sound Isolating sleeves block up to 37 dB of ambient noise, whether onstage or on-the-go
- Removable cable and nozzle components ensure a long product life by providing easy and efficient cleaning and part replacement
- Rugged, ergonomic housing with sweat-resistant construction withstands the extremes of onstage or everyday wear
- Crystal-clear housing allows a view of the precision-engineered, laser-etched components of the interior
Sensitivity 114 dB SPL/mW Frequency Range 15 Hz–20 kHz Cable Style Detachable cables with wireform fit Cable Length 46" and 64" Detachable cable? Yes Colors Crystal Clear Speaker Type Quad High-Definition MicroDrivers
Below are some useful reviews from Shure.com
The SE846 Sound Isolating Earphones by Shure are amazing. I could stop right there but I can’t. Impossible...Read full text of Henry Rollins' review on our blog
I listen to music seriously. Most of my albums are 256-bit encoded. My daily in-ears are custom-molded...Read full text in Popular Mechanics
You guys know Shure; it’s best known as a microphone manufacturer, but millions of vinyl lovers have had long-term affairs with Shure’s phono cartridges. The company jumped into the earphone market in 1997 and focused on pro users—musicians and sound engineers—but audiophiles quickly got the word...Read full text in Sound & Vision
We're living in the golden age of headphone design. Never before has there been such a vast assortment of exceptional headphones available in every price class...Read full text on cnet.com's The Audiophiliac blog
The Shure SE846 are something of a rare breed. While there are a lot of expensive headphones available, there aren’t many expensive in-ear headphones. But Shure has a long history with excellent headphones, not to mention with microphones and other audio gear. Judging from the specs and design, the SE846 look like they could be very interesting...Read full text in Forbes