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Monday January 8, 2007 12:46 am

CES 2007 Video: Shure Gives Us A Look At Their New SE210, SE310, SE420, and SE530 Earbuds



We were able to stop by Shure’s booth at CES Unveiled, where Chris Lyons gave us a look at their newly announced line of in-ear headphones. Focusing on sound isolation, the four new models aim to heighten your listening experience through keeping outside noises away, letting you hear all the details of the music. We have the details of each product after the jump, along with the interview in the video above.

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Shure SE210: The SE210 is designed with a Hi-Definition MicroSpoeaker to provide full-range audio distinguished by an optimal high frequency response. The SE210 retails for $150.

Shure SE310: The SE310 includes Tuned BassPort technology, which showcases extended range audio and enhanced bass for optimal high frequencies and enhanced low-end performance. The SE310 retails for $250.

Shure SE420: The Shure SE420 features Dual TruAcoustic MicroSpeakers - a dedicated tweeter and woofer - which gives listeners a more detailed soundstage. An internal crossover sends lower and higher frequencies to dedicated drivers to that lows, mids, and highs are distinct and defined.

Shure SE530: These are the top of the line for the SE line. Featuring Triple TruAcoustic MicroSpeakers - a dedicated tweeter and dual subwoofers - the SE530 provides an expansive soundstage and full-bodied bass. The two dedicated woofers provide the ultimate in balanced lows, low-mids, and full-bodied bass. They will certainly cost you a pretty penny though, as the SE530 retails for $450.

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