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Shure SRH145 Specs

Shure SRH145 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateJan 2015
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connector
Cable length1.52 m
Weight & dimensions
Weight150 g
Ear couplingSupraaural
Headphone frequency25 - 18000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity100 dB
Impedance34 Ω
Driver unit3.6 cm
Acoustic systemClosed
Brand compatibilityUniversal
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productBlack

Shure SRH145 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-09-16
For portability, Shure engineered a hinge system on the left and right sides of the bands.They fold so that the cups fill the space and reduce considerably in size. This is always a great feature to have, if you're taking these on the go. However, since t...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-31
Folds, Ear pads are very soft, Nice sound for bassloversMetallook isn't really metal, Feels a bit light, Onear design a matter of personal preference
I know Shure from their line of audio gear, including the famous SM58 microphone. But headphones? Not so familiar. Today I get to try out the Shure SRH145 headphones.The box declares RICH DEEP BASS. Well at least there's no Beats logo anywhere.No, instead...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-14
It's easy to get drawn in by expensive headphones that come with a plethora of features and design quirks—like touch-sensor controls or swappable faceplates . But sometimes you don't need or even want any of those fancy features. Instead, you just need a...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-24
Great sound quality, Beautiful simplistic design, Collapses into tiny packageDo not include in-line microphone, play/pause control, or volume control
No one is going to mistake the SRH145 headphones for those big-name cans that shall not be named here, but that's OK. These portable headphones have a style all their own with a sleek brushed stainless steel look that continues uninterrupted from the bott...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-08
Rich, powerful bass, Smooth, balanced upper register, Light, comfortable design, Good passive noise isolationGlossy midrange lacks excitement at the attack, Exterior design looks a bit chintzy
Best known for leveraging its microphone expertise to craft top-ranking premium headphones, Shure has deigned to dig down into the budget segment recently, and with good results. The company's new SE112, for instance, are some of the best budget in-ear he...
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