an attractive value when you consider what's being offered up for under $100: clutch noise isolation, stellar performance and comfort at an entry-level price. If you can open your mind up to a different approach to the in-ear headphone, you're in for a treat.
- Tech Radar
The narrow soundstage is apparent compared to its competitors and even its sound signature can be rivaled by slightly cheaper brands to varying degrees. Smaller companies are coming up with more elegant products to capture a bigger market share at a way cheaper price.
In spite of not being a perfect pair of ear phones, Shure SE215 really stand above the ordinary. For nearly £65, these earphones are worth every penny and they will last quite a long time. Being highly customizable, these earphones allow us to change the sleeves, cables and the ear pieces itself in case something breaks.