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The Shure SE115 is a step-up from the company's bottom-of-the-line SE110 earphones. The SE115s list for $120, but can be found for closer to $100 online.
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The SE115 earphones are Shure's most colorful set, available in your choice of black, red, blue, and pink versions.
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As is typical with Shure earbuds, the SE115s come with an array of cushy foam tips and silicone sleeves in a variety of sizes. You also get a zippered carrying case and a detachable extender cable.
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The main earphone cable terminates in a sturdy Y, which is capped with a gold-plated 3.5mm straight plug.
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The Shure SE115 earphones perform best on the low end. Bass is king here, which means the 'buds will be most suitable for reggae and hip-hop fans.
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You'll find better detail and clarity from competitors, such as the Etymotic HF5 and the Altec Lansing BackBeat 326.
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