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Shure SRH1440 Specs

Shure SRH1440 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelSRH1440
DateJan 2014
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connector
Cable length2.1 m
Connector contacts platingGold
Weight & dimensions
Weight343 g
Headphones
Ear couplingCircumaural
Headphone frequency15 - 27000 Hz
Maximum input power1000 mW
Headphone sensitivity101 dB
Impedance37 Ω
Driver typeDynamic
Magnet typeNeodymium
Acoustic systemOpen
Design
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productBlack

Shure SRH1440 Expert Reviews

avguide.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-20
Shure was founded in 1925. They began as a radio parts company and published their first catalog in 1926. Shure introduced their first microphone, the model 33N, in 1932, their first headset in 1942, and they haven’t stopped making microphones and he...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-27
Revealing, detailed sound, Removable cable, ComfortableNot quite as comfy as Sennheiser rivals, May be a tad bright for some
If you want the very best in headphone sound quality, you need to look for a full-size open-back pair like the Shure SRH1440. They're thoroughly impractical in anywhere but quiet rooms, but other types rarely get close to the expansive, detailed sound the...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-29
The Shure SRH1440s may be a large, full-size set of headphones, but its lightweight design and gentle earpad pressure make for an extra comfortable fit that fits nicely with its audiophile-endorsed soundThe SRH1440s are large and don't fold flat, limiting their usability for traveling listeners
The Shure SRH1440 headphones have an open-back, circumaural design that offers a more "open" and less "canned" profile than closed-back headphones. The SRH1440 certainly succeeds on that score, and while it can be used on-the-go with phones and digital mu...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-28
The Shure SRH1440s may be a large, full-size set of headphones, but its lightweight design and gentle earpad pressure make for an extra comfortable fit that fits nicely with its audiophile-endorsed soundThe SRH1440s are large and don't fold flat, limiting their usability for traveling listeners
The Shure SRH1440 headphones have an open-back, circumaural design that offers a more "open" and less "canned" profile than closed-back headphones. The SRH1440 certainly succeeds on that score, and while it can be used on-the-go with phones and digital...
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headfonia.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-20
First of all, there is no mistaking that Shure tuned their new open-back headphones for the music listening crowd. Vastly different than the closed-back SRH840 and SRH940, the open-backs takes a more musical stance, something that reminds me of Sennhei...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-19
Excellent audio performance. Ideal for mastering and critical listening scenarios. Very comfortable despite large frame. Comes with high quality detachable cables and replacement ear pads.Sound leakage is built into design?not ideal for public listening and not well-suited for home recording. Massive protective case is effective, but large enough to make it difficult to pack
In the iPhone era, headphones have taken a backseat to in-canal earphones for portability reasons. For the professional musician, mastering engineer, or serious audiophile, however, headphones are often still preferred for reference listening. Shure's SRH...
itreviews.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-12
Very comfortable, great sound quality, versatile,No the best option for rock music
Review date: 12 March, 2012. Review by: Riyad Emeran Shure has something of a legendary reputation when it comes to professional audio. Whether it's in-ear monitors, microphones, mixers, or DSPs, there's usually a Shure presence of one kind or anothe...
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