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Shure SE112M+ : Just a competitor

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First Impression : 

Shure bags a huge share in the Audio market and has been setting trends for a very long time now. It has been a respectable choice for many audiophiles and maybe Shure SE112M+ could be their next first choice . First of all, they never seem to provide comfort to one\’s ears because of the bulky size and the buds lack the ability to provide noise isolation as good as Shure claims it does. I could clearly listen to some exterior noise leaking in; even after changing bud sizes it still wasn\’t the best fit.

Shure SE112M+ sports a sturdy make; the cables are strong and quite helpful with the Remote + Mic feature. It has a decent quality of audio to offer which is pretty loud but not extremely clear. This Shure Headphone sounds better when connected with an Apple device as they are specifically designed to work with them. I will give you three reasons you why you can opt for the Shure SE112M+

1.It guarantees a quality sound output with the Dynamic MicroDriver

2.If you are an iPhone, iPad or any other Apple device user you will love it because audio is tenfold better when used with an Apple device. The sound completely changes. It turns more immersive and Sound Isolation differs too.

3.The Remote + Microphone feature is something that has turned into a necessity for us city commuters and that
feature gives this Shure headphone an edge.

We tried using them with Android devices but they sounded completely mediocre while the volume rocker insisted
on being non-functional. You can stop and play from an Android device or buy yourself an iPhone. On the Apple
device the Bass was emphasized but wasn\’t punchy as it is enjoyed by the masses but the higher tones were clear
as crystal. Costing just 5.4K I think it is a good value for your money if you are Apple user.

Verdict :
We tried using them with Android devices but they sounded completely mediocre while the volume rocker insisted on being non-functional. You can stop and play from an Android device or buy yourself an iPhone. On the Apple device the Bass was emphasized but wasn\’t punchy as it is enjoyed  by the masses but the higher tones were clear as crystal. Costing just 5.4K I think it is a good value for your money if you are Apple user.

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