Good selection of add-ons.
Little to no microphonics.
Offers exceptional clarity.
Deep, tight bass.
Rich, enveloping sound.
Great noise isolation.
Relatively comfortable and include some useful extras such as an in-line volume control and an airplane adapter.
Sound quality will blow you away.
Most robust headphone cable you'll find.
Clear color option looks great.
Really high price.
Not the most comfortable earphones at this price.
The earbuds are on the large side.
By Macworld Australia on June 08, 2011
Shure has been known for having the best earphones on the market for years and the new SE535’s have only taken their reputation to the next level.The cables themselves are the first things that shout “high quality”. Shure has gone with...100
By Tech2 on March 17, 2011
This is my favourite part, as I get to tell you about the price and imagine what your face is going to look like. These earphones have a market price (MOP) of Rs. 27,000. Yes, that is correct. While this is definitely way too expensive for a regular...75
By TechRadar on February 22, 2011
There are three types of earphones; those that look good, those that sound good, and those that look and sound awful.The Shure SE535 earphones sit firmly in the second category. Stylish and good-looking they are not, but they do sound utterly...90
By The Gadgeteer on February 12, 2011
The Shure SE535 earphones are a study in contrasts between frustration and nirvana. Boy, this wide-open gap in opinion is going to need some explaining. Shure is one of the better known headphone/earphone companies around, so when they announce a new...-
By Whathifi.com on November 03, 2010
These top-end are off to a great start if a good fit is high on your list of priorities. They’re a little fiddly to get in the ears, but their snug fit and wrap-around cables keep them firmly in place.At the time of writing, the SE535s’...80
By cnet on November 01, 2010
Anyone looking for ultracompact headphones with top-notch sound quality should consider the Shure SE530 Sound Isolating Earphones. This set will cost you a pretty penny, but it'll be worth...90
By AVguide on September 20, 2010
If you polled a group of high-end headphone aficionados to ask which universal-fit in-ear headphones they regarded most highly as performance icons, I’m betting that Shure’s venerable SE530 would appear near the top of the list. Or at least...95
By ConsumerSearch on September 01, 2010
The Shure SE535 earphones replace Shure's top-rated SE530s, and reviewers say the new earphones are the best pair you can buy short of getting a custom-made set. Sound quality and detail are excellent, thanks to the SE535's triple-driver design:...-
By Engadget on August 25, 2010
500 headphones aren't for everyone -- and admittedly, you need to be something of an audiophile to have even made it this far into the review, much less consider ever owning a product like the SE535. That said, it's not hype and these aren't...80
By HardwareZone.com on August 17, 2010
As a refresh of the SE530, the new SE535 isn’t a revolutionary step forward, so owners of the former would probably still want to hold on to their earphones. Furthermore, at S$729 we aren’t entirely convinced it is worth the money to upgrade...-