"Very Good .At the moment they are less than £50 ."4.0 starson by Bostedclog
Pros: Very good balanced sound .Not too much Bass not too much Treble .I have compared these to my B&O A8 ,Denon AH C360 and my ,Sennheiser px100.Very good build quality ,Great buds,
Cons: Not %100 sure about the over ear style .Its not that I dont like it its just im 44 and dont like change.LOL..
Summary: It seems like Shure have played it safe to be honest.The Bass is not as booming and as dominant as my Sennheisser.s which lack any highs.The Treble (highs) are not as piercing as the B&O which lacks Bass.The Denons are good but have a really annoying hisss on any esses sung.The Shure SE110 has none of these faults it has Bass (quite tight and punchy),it has decent highs and and very good middle.In fact its boring.Only kidding.One thing I will say is that I use Rockbox on my Cowan X5 and with this I can do and awful lot with the sound..I forgot to say I have a Cowon X5l player with Rockbox installed.Right after fiddling around with my EQ for a while last night Ive cracked it.Here are the eq settings Ive found which work superbly for me .Great sound all round.Love em..Enjoy .
Overall the sound is safe for me ,its clear and precise and does the job thank you.For £50 these would be a vast improvement on your factory supplied headphones .Cheers Mr Clog..
Updated on Nov 13, 2009
The EQ settings for these earphones are as follows:
The mid-bass is a little muddy, so you're going to need to make adjustments.
The midrange is where it needs the most adjusting.
4-6kHz is the presence range, so this will need to be raised quite a bit if you want some airiness to the sound and to bring out more detail.