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|Sensitivity||114 dB SPL/mW @ 1 kHz|
|Noise isolation||Up to 37 dB|
|Input connector||1/8" (3.5 mm) gold-plated|
|Low-pass filter||~3 dB @ 90 Hz
~10 dB @ 250 Hz
Low Frequency roll-off @ 75 Hz (approximate)
|Impedance||9 Ω @ 1 kHz|
|Driver||4x Balanced armature drivers|
|Frequency range||15 Hz to 20 kHz|
The SE846 combines state-of-the-art engineering with great musicality.
Four balanced armature drivers, Customizable frequency response, User-replaceable cables
Not as good at isolating outside noise as custom in-ears
I ’ve recently reviewed two $99 in-ear headphone offerings, from Sennheiser and Shure , that brought lots of bang for the relatively affordable buck. Now it’s time to bring out the big guns. If you’ve been keeping up with my headphone reviews, you can probably guess I’m somewhat an audiophile.
The Shure SE846 is a high-end in-ear monitor that has a fantastic sound – and a price to match. At $999, it certainly isn’t going to be for everyone. But if you’re the type of person who wants to have the best earphones on the block, this one may be for you.
Warm and rich-sounding earphones for high-end headphone fans after a less analytical sound.
Excellent bass, Great mid-range texture and detail, Removable cable
Shure's range of earphones has expanded greatly over the last eight years, with the SE line covering price points from £50 to well over £300. Until now the flagship was the £389 SE535, which replaced the SE530s that launched in 2007.
Tremendous sound quality, exceptional detail and balance, sturdy design, customisable sound signature using nozzle filters
Expensive choice, unlikely to suit very small ears
For the customers that bought these earbuds I truly recommend them to buy -and I know is an extra expense- the Full Shell Sleeves from Sensaphonics. (Google It)On top of the expense of the Full Shell Sleeves (150 USD) you will have to spend also a visit to an audiologist for the impressions of your...
The SE846 gives you the feeling of a premium product (which it obviously is) right from the start, with its large amount of nice included premium accessories. Sound-wise, it is definitely a premium product as well: it features a mature “fun” signature with “true” sub-bass that is very arid and...
- Sound, design, comfort, portability
- Well of course they are expensive but you get what you pay for.
Lets start with bass. At times it seems if i can actually feel the bass in my feet and see the waves with my minds eye. It brought a new life to every song i threw at it, from rock to rap, from Jazz to Movie Scores.
this are simple amazing... i am a bass player that has need this headphones to play at church wit the wireless in ear system, i hated so bad because all the time i couldnt listen my self, and is so hard to play right your parts when you couldnt even listen what you are doing...
Best headphones ever
Since 2010 I have enjoyed my previously top-of-the-line Shure SE535-V Triple High-Definition MicroDriver Earphone with Detachable Cable - Metallic Bronze , so I was a little reluctant to take the plunge of purchasing this newest model at this price point, wondering "Can it really get any better?
i was born deaf, and this product brought my ears back to life.
These earphones are made with alien technology. Just heard a amoeba dividing in the Sombrero galaxy. It was a great experience overall.
Superb sound quality ! I had to sell my earrings, bangles , neckless and phone too ,to buy this.
now im hearing song " selfie maine leli aaj" . its like dhinchak turned worser than i thought