Shure Remains the Leader in Headphones with the SE535 – Global Sound

Global Sound – Celebration, FL (Vocus/PRWEB) December 14, 2010

Shure headphones and earphones have long been one of the most trusted names in the audio world, with over 85 years of innovation, legendary performance and numerous awards to prove it. Their new SE535 Sound Isolating Earphones have just made the Best In Ear Headphones of 2010 by Earphone Solutions. The company has been rating the best headphones for iPhone and iPod for over 8 years. The SE535 has become the product of choice for professionals and those who demand the highest quality earphones available.

The SE535 is lightweight and durably built, with full, robust sound quality. The bass is very controlled and tight, but doesnt overpower or drown out other frequencies. It combines balanced sound with enough power to satisfy anyone. The earphones are available in clear and metallic bronze, and features triple high-definition micro-drivers.

Small, compact, and lightweight, the earphones boast a dedicated tweeter and dual woofers for incredible sound with rich base tones. Sound isolating sleeves are available in multiple sizes for up to 37 dB of isolation. The Shure SE535 in ear headphones can be customized with a wide array of accessories. Shure integrated the earphones with a detachable cable that features wire form fit for comfort, functionality and easy replacement if needed. Cables are kept out of the way with an over-the-ear configuration. The gold-plated connector has a lock snap device allowing for 360-degree rotation.

Before the SE535 was officially released to the public, it underwent grueling tests in the field by professional musicians where it excelled. The advanced design allows users to experience nuances of their music that is lost with other earphones. The earphones come with Shures well-known product repair and replacement options. When purchased by an authorized dealer, users enjoy the power of the full Shure warranty program.

Shure has a reputation for quality audio products that began in 1925 with the Shure Radio Company. A zest for innovation and a passion for quality led to many firsts for the firm and resulted in numerous awards. Shure has made the transition from the early days of radio, microphones and phonographs to become the industry leader within the musical industry for its earphones and headphones.

Shure has been the microphone thats graced every presidential lectern since Lyndon B. Johnson, and by 1966, rock and roll musicians had adopted it as the industry standard. Shure developed the first microphones that allowed journalists to report from the field. In 1999, Shures studio condenser microphone earned a place on the desk of Tonight Show host, Jay Leno. The firm was awarded the 2003 Technical Grammy Award by the National Academy of the Recording Arts and Science for outstanding contributions to the recording world.

Shure introduced its E series line of earphones to mainstream consumers in 2004, and in 2006, they were awarded the TEC Award for Outstanding Technical Achievement for Excellence in Audio. The SE530 was installed in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in the White House.

Shures sound isolating earphone was named Best of 2007 Deluxe Earphone of the Year by iLounge. The earphones received the Editors Choice Award by Windows Vista magazine and named one of the 100 Best Products of 2007 by PC World magazine. The new Shure SE535 has received the Best of 2010 In Ear Headphones Award by Earphone Solutions.

Shure continues to combine cutting edge technology with quality design for products that are industry standards and favorites of professionals in all fields. The SE535 represents the next generation of listening and sound reduction innovation.

For more information about the Shure SE535 earphones, you can read the Shure SE535 review.

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