Reviews & hands-on

  • Audio 3.5 out of 5

    Shure SE115 in-ear headphones review

    By 21 April 2009

    Shure are best known for their high-end in-ear headphones that come with a high price tag too. With the SE115 Shure are making a play for the aftermarket, coming in with a still fairly hefty price of £99.99. So are these worth the money? When you start...

  • Audio 3.5 out of 5

    Shure SE102 headphones review

    By 27 October 2008

    When Shure announced an "entry-level" headphone coming in at a realistic price point we admittedly got rather excited. But can these headphones perform to the standards set by their premium brethren? Out of the box you can’t help but notice the similarities...

  • Audio 3.5 out of 5

    Shure E4c Sound Isolating Earphones review

    By 22 November 2005

    Up until the time of writing this review I believed that the only real way to block out all general noise while listening to your MP3 player was to invest in pair of noise cancelling headphones. It seems I was wrong. While the noise cancelling option...

  • Audio 4 out of 5

    Shure E3C Sound Isolating Musician's Earphones review

    By 20 December 2004

    One way to find a quiet place to relax, away from the modern world, is to don a pair of the most modern, sound isolating earphones. Shure, best known for personal monitor systems used by professional musicians on stage, has designed the EC3 earphones...