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Optimized performance with Shure's legendary rugged build.
The SRH240 Headphones from Shure provide excellent sound reproduction and comfort. With 40mm neodymium dynamic drivers optimized for general listening and monitoring, the SRH240 Headphones reproduce deep bass with clear mids and highs. Impedance, power handling and sensitivity are all calibrated for connection to most consumer and professional audio devices.
SRH240 Studio Headphones
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Triple the price would still be a fair price for these headphones
I never write reviews but for these headphones I made an exception. They are unbelievable comfortable and sound better than headphones at three times the price. I could not be happier about these headphones. They have a long chord so if you are sitting in front of a computer you do not have to get a chord extender but it is a little long for someone looking to get headphones to listen to an ipod sitting in a pocket. Overall a great job by Shure, I could not be happier.
I ordered these as a backup whenever I travel so I don't have to carry (and risk losing!) my expensive ones. I read good reviews so my expectations were high and I'm telling you...ALL of my expectations were met! These were absolutely AMAZING! Sound quality is awesome! I've read some reviews saying that these lack bass, and while they are correct in that these don't have booming bass sounds, I feel the mix is PERFECT (and this is coming from a bassist). Overall, great headphones. Great quality. Great sound. I have only two qualms about these: 1) They are a little bit uncomfortable (but only if you have massive ears like me!) and 2) you can't fold up the sections that go over your ears so it's a little bit inconvenient for travel, but that's OK for me because I always wear them anyways!
These headphones are alright. The sound quality is decent, but the ear cups are quite uncomfortable. If you have smaller ears, then these would work great, but they're too small for me.
They are a great pair of headphones for the price. They lack in bass response so they are not my preference (i still like my Sennheiser HD202's better) for listening to music. They are not dry enough to mix tracks for recording outside of just basic home recordings but make a good monitoring headphone for someone recording. I absolutely love them when it comes to live mixing. They reproduce the signal for good EQ now i don't mix without them.
These are decent quality headphones, especially for the price they are asking. The balance between treble, and mids are near perfect. The only qualm I have is that the bass seems to be a bit lacking. They have excellent clarity but it seems like it just needs a little more omph! I have noticed that in the week that I have had them, they feel like they're "loosening up." That is, they seem to have actually gained some extra bass response. All in all, a very acceptable headphone for general listening and for use in an amateur home studio. Not professional by any means, but I would buy these again, no questions asked.
I got these headphones not too long ago and have been using them alot. I just wanted them for listening to music and quiet practice (bass guitar), and they've done fine for that. The bass wasn't as boomy as i liked at first, but the eq on my ipod fixed that. They're also really comfortable, i can wear them for several hours at a time, which is alot compared to other pairs i've used. Overall they've got a really clear sound, and for the price i think they're more than worth it.