Shure SE215 Price & Specs in Malaysia October, 2021

If you are looking to step up your earphone game without spending a bomb, then the Shure SE215 is the perfect unit for you. Offering stunning sound and personalised comfort at an affordable price tag, the Shure SE215 is one of the best value-for-money earphones on the market today. Find out more about the Shure SE215 below.

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If you are looking to step up your earphone game without spending a bomb, then the Shure SE215 is the perfect unit for you. Offering stunning sound and personalised comfort at an affordable price tag, the Shure SE215 is one of the best value-for-money earphones on the market today. Find out more about the Shure SE215 below.

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Cheapest Shure SE215 Price in Malaysia is RM 87.22

The Shure SE215 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Shure SE215 price in Malaysia is RM 87.22 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Shure SE215 variants with Clear starting from RM 377.00 and Blue at RM 219.00. Shure SE215 price details are updated October 2021.

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Price List by Country for Shure SE215

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 1.127.807 RM 334.00
Malaysia MYR 87.22 RM 87.00
Philippines PHP 1,299.00 RM 107.00
Singapore SGD 31.00 RM 96.00

Shure SE215 Price in Malaysia by Variants

Variants Price Store
Shure SE215 Black RM 130.00 Lazada
Shure SE215 Blue RM 219.00 Shopee
Shure SE215 Clear RM 377.00 Shopee

Shure SE215 Specs

Noise Cancelling Yes
Active Noise Reduction Yes
Microphone Position On Cable
Weight 25g
Body Material Plastic
Control Panel Button
Waterproof Yes
Fast Charging Yes
Call Function
Answer Call Yes
End Call Yes
Voice Dialling Yes
Call on Hold No
Music Function
Play Yes
Pause Yes
Volume Yes
Next Track Yes
Previous Track Yes
Windows Phone Yes
Android Yes
iOS Yes

Shure SE215 Singapore – The Budget Earphones of Choice for Singaporean Audiophiles

For individuals who are always on the move, no other type of headphone spells convenience and portability than the in-ear variety. Their form factor enables them to be brought around easily so that you can enjoy your favourite tracks wherever you go. Moreover, the audio quality they deliver are equal or superior than other types of headphones which makes them even more valuable.

Shure is recognised as one of the most reliable in-ear earphone manufacturers around and the SE215 plans to continue this legacy with the features it offers. The Shure SE215 is the lowest-end models in the brand’s new line-up of removable-cable earphones. Despite the affordable price tag, they are able to deliver superb audio quality and comfort that you would expect from a pair of Shure earphones. Below is a rundown of what the Shure SE215 earphones have to offer to audiophiles in Singapore:


You can say that the SE215 earphone features a design that is like no other. Acknowledging the importance of having hassle-free earphones that can accompany you on your travels, Shure has made the SE215 even more portable as it comes with a detachable design that enables it to be kept easily. The Shure SE215 is available in two colours – clear plastic and shiny black. The former has a transparent head that exposes the components inside the housing and the gold connectors that form the earphone’s detachable mechanism. This gives a certain visual appeal that cannot be found on other earphones today. The cables have a textured finish that reduces tangles and are reinforced with Kevlar. The earphone comes with six pairs of foam and rubber tips, so you should not have problem finding a good fit for your ears. A slick zip-up case to keep the earphones when they are not in used are also included upon purchase.

Performance and Sound Quality

The SE215 might be more obtuse than what you might be used to, but Shure has utilized the extra space fully by adding in some fantastic drivers that delivers excellent audio performance. The earphones provide ample coolness and warmth to songs that require them. The bass thuds and thumps in an accurate manner, without being overboard. Shure has also managed to retain its core signature sound on the SE215, which will appeal to existing Shure users and create new fans as well.

The soundstage it delivers is also quite remarkable for a unit of its price, giving listeners the impression that the music is spread out across a wide sonic plain rather than a cramped space. The earphones also offer excellent noise isolation, making them the perfect travelling partner as they effectively block out the noisy sounds you potentially face on your daily commutes.

Reviews of Shure SE215
Reviewed on 2020-06-30
22HZ-17.5Hz frequency response, Better sound isolating than most in-ear earbuds, Excellent build quality
Bass could be a bit better, But not active noise cancelling, Lack of inline controls
Shure is already a pretty big name in headphones. Their prices have usually been pretty high, though, and most folks have decided to look elsewhere for more affordable headphones. With the release of the SE215 Shure has decided to push its prices down int...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-01
If you're looking for a set of affordable and high-quality in-ear monitors (IEMs), there are a handful of good options out there, and the list just got bigger. You've probably heard of the Shure SE215, the powerhouse of IEMs in the $100 price range. But r...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-14
Last week MajorHiFi delved into the Best Headphones for Jazz Music, and today we're returning to the subject of Jazz.  This time, however, we're covering the Best Earphones for Jazz Music (or the Best In-Ear Headphones for Jazz Music).  So cue up some Co...
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Reviewed on 2018-07-02
There's a major heat wave going on in New York City with temps well over 90 degrees Fahrenheit and the thought of standing in the sweltering subway with all my bags and tons of people while trying to untangle my headphones to endure the 45 minute rise hom...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-06
Ok, my budding audiophiles. It's time to spend money on headphones. You're looking in the $100 range. The Shure SE215 may be the ideal entry level headphone for the serious listener. What genres is the SE215 perfect for, and is it a good bang for your buc...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-03
Everyone knows Shure as a high-quality headphone brand. Mackie is less famous, but well known by musicians for its loudspeakers and professional studio equipment. Only recently have they started dabbling in the professional IEM market. How does its most i...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-09
Excellent audio performance, Super-secure in-ear fit, with some passive noise reduction, Removable/replaceable audio cable,
No extra cable included, Mediocre mic quality
In 2011, we reviewed the Shure SE215, $99 wired earphones that still sound ridiculously good for the price and come with a removable cable. Few earphones in this price range offer removable cables, which can add years to the life of the product (replacing...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-29
Both Shure and Westone recently released new wireless earphones. Shure's models are a bit less expensive than Westone's but I wonder how much the price makes a difference in the sound. Today I'll take a closer look and compose a Westone Wx vs. Shure SE215...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-28
Until recently Shure has kept their popular SE Series IEM's exclusively wired. But now a new chapter begins in the battle for the best wireless earphone with the Shure SE215 (SE215-BT1) wireless in-ear headphone. With the release of this Bluetooth versio...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-09
With the recent launch of Westone's $100 in-ear solution, the UM1, it's a no brainer to host a showdown between two companies known for their stellar in-ear monitors. Our Westone UM1 vs Shure SE215 article will break down the key differences in the two mo...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-30
Let's face it, audio engineers don't always have the luxury of having their studio reference headphones available when they're out and about. And if you're on a budget, getting the finest IEM really isn't an option. So I decided to make a short list of th...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-22
I wouldn't necessarily call the SE215 a looker. Shure seems to rather focus on a design that's functional than eye-pleasing. I'd agree with that from the perspective that in-ears aren't really that noticeable when donned, especially compared over-ears.Alm...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-25
The right music doesn't soothe the savage beast, it makes the beast more savage. When you're going for a long run, that's exactly what you want. The pulse of thumping beats can make you feel superhuman. It certainly beats the sound of your own labored bre...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-06
Solid sound isolationClear, powerful driversLow cable handling noise
Bass overwhelmsAwkward fitLarge physical size
Altec Lansing announces a trio of 'Custom Series' in-ear monitors -- no, seriously Shure's SE210m+ sound isolating earbuds include iPhone remote, $170 price tag Westone 4 earphones review There are a lot of in-ear headphones out there these days, from the...
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Reviewed on 2019-01-21
​Above-average sound quality, ​ Versatile and modular design, ​ Excellent price point
​ Outdated charging cable
Shure provides an elegant and high-performance solution for a crowded in-ear headphone market. Words by Alex Wilson. Note: This piece first appeared in Australian Guitar #131. Subscribe to our print edition here!F inding the right pair of earphones f...
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