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Shure SRH240m+

User reviews on Shure SRH products

Unbalanced sound not good for mastering (Shure - SRH940)

By Efenstor, 29/10/2018
Used these for half a year and thought these were absolutely fantastic until once tried the much cheaper Sennheiser HD 200 Pro. In contrast with the Sennheisers the sound of SRH940 is very unbalanced, with over-the-top highs and rather bleak lows. Such a distortion may be good for casual listening but not for mixing and mastering. To much of my surprise, with the Sennheisers I managed to hear much more subtle nuances in my mixes which I could not hear with SRH940. I don't say these headphones are bad, they are decent and much more comfortable to wear than the cheap plastic Sennheisers but their sound is certainly not great, at least it doesn't worth the price, although they come with a fine case and a pair of detachable cables (Sennheiser HD 200 Pro's cable is not detachable). I think Shure is an amazing brand when it comes to mics but it seems their headphones are nothing but okay.

jcserlet's review (Shure - SRH1840)

By jcserlet, 17/05/2014
2 months ago this headphone delights me; he is my favorite among my collection (akg K701, Sennheiser HD650, audio technica ath-ad900 ...)
this makes me happy: his excellence on all types of music (classical, jazz, rock, pop ...); not a fan of electronic music, rap I do not know what would then
expensive (€ 379) but well equipped (atria and additional cable, carrying case) all delivered in a sturdy box
if I had known before I would have avoided superfluous purchases!
seen sound rendering, comfort is an excellent price / quality ratio
that's for sure: I would buy

listening at times when my wife is still asleep: my very morning drugs are music and literature

well made with a detachable but specific connector (a connector on each earpiece)
I have 2 months: seems to hold up well to a sedentary use

it is an open headphone so no insulation from outside noise (not important because I use in the morning or at night when the silence in the house)
good noise

very impressed (Shure - SRH440)

By fartamis, 20/04/2014
I use it for two weeks.

yes I have tried other models before.

unbeatable value for money and I would do this choice without hesitation report.

I wanted a fairly neutral headphones to allow me to play bass on my computer, I

already has a very good headphone (denon ah-d600), which is a beautiful headphones to listen

music play a game or watch a movie, but that is not really suitable for

practice bass on songs already mastered ... as often told each headphone

its usefulness, so I went to my local store an instrument music store but

which also sells headphones, so I could try the same bass and amp that I even

has, I started a pro HD280 ... I did not like hugs too comfortable head and

sound was not to my taste too much bass and not enough treble, I followed the pro hd380

same conclusion ... too low and not enough treble too tight head, I followed with a

sony 7506 too acute not enough bass ... by screaming against his comfort was good,

Then I tried a akg240 studio Comfortable but I found the sound slightly

cloudy with a midrange presence too in the foreground with a little touch

nasal, and then I came across the shure srh 440 and then the revelation clear sound

clear with no sail a good return frequencies upwards good bass

present but not intrusive low and high excellent medium and pitched well and this

clear but not attacking, this headphone is of exceptional clarity, no need to amp

either these headphones 44ohms impedance sounds as loud as my volume equal to denon

25ohms, in terms of comfort I know that opinions are quite divided over but

for me they are very comfortable I can wear them for 2-3 hours without a problem, this tells us

not all have the same head size so ideally try before you buy. for my

share this headset is definitely a very good monitoring headphones.

I used to practice my bass and do cover low.

it adapts to my head and my ears otherwise I would not have purchased, comfort is important too.

I found comfortable for long session.

the headphone is well built and feels solid, it's plastic but thick plastic of good quality.

the connection is detachable so more if something goes wrong.

Audio quality is very good.

sound level is fine.

it insulates well enough.

Go vegan! ^ ^ (Shure - SRH840)

By cheapolddata, 01/04/2014
Perfect is not leather!

I was looking for a non-leather headphone! Because I am a vegan musician (as Paul McCartney) and the SRH 840 is all plastic very good ;-) .

Nothing to say I have changed many times hardware configuration, but the 840 SRH him always remained with me nor do I ever intend to change because it is like new even after many years of service.

What do you use this headset (sound recording, mixing, mastering, live, studio ...)?

For computer music and listening to music.

Its coatings are they nice?

Nothing to say it is very nice to have on the ears and I think it's healthier to have leather on the ears for hours of music.

Its appearance or performance have they deteriorated over time?

Purchased from this output and it is like new it's all plastic but very good we feel that it's solid.

He has a detachable connection?

The detachable cable, stretch and super really practice a very good idea.

The audio quality of the headphones you she looks good (serious overall balance, middle, treble, stereo)?

Neutral! I find it perfect for my current use which is based exclusively on the computer music.

News Shure SRH

Sonarworks adds support for 5 new headphones

Published on 04/01/16
Sonarworks has added five new models to its list of default calibration curves for Reference 3 Headphone.

[NAMM] Shure SRH1840 & SRH1440

Published on 01/20/12

[NAMM] Shure SRH940 & SRH550DJ

Published on 01/16/11