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Friday, January 14, 2011

Shure SE215: The New Dynamic

Shure just announced a new entry level IEM called the SE215, featuring the same overall design style as the SE315/425/535 model with detachable cable. This particular model seems to aim to breach the gap between the current SE115 and SE315 model. Another interesting aspect about this model is it utilizes a small dynamic transducer instead of balanced armature. Priced at around $120, it is still a bit above what a typical single dynamic based IEM would cost, though it is still within reason of what Shure usually priced their product at, which is slightly above the 'typical' price. It will hit the market in next few months.

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