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1. Shure E2 High Energy Earphones
$9.49 list($10.60)
2. Shure PA755 Triple-Flange Sleeves
$119.99 list($214.00)
3. Shure E3c in-Ear Monitor Earphones
$18.99 list($21.99)
4. Shure Universal Fit 20 Pack Replacement
$9.50 list($11.99)
5. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c
$9.49 list($11.99)
6. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c
7. PARENT - M-Audio Studiophile DX4
$119.88 list($165.00)
8. EDIROL MA-10D Digital Powered
$424.99 list($798.00)
9. Shure P2TRE2-H2 PSM200 Wireless
$199.99 list($399.95)
10. M-AUDIO BX-5 Bi-Amplified Studio
$49.95 list($74.99)
11. Galaxy Audio CM130 SPL Meter
$369.00 list($625.87)
12. SHURE E5 Sound Isolating Earphones
$299.00 list($399.00)
13. Event Tuned Reference TR5 Active
$77.99 list($109.95)
14. NADY PFW-12 400 Watt Monitor Speaker
$269.95 list($349.95)
15. M-Audio Studiophile LX4 2.1 Surround-Sound
$499.00 list($999.00)
16. KRK V8 Series 2 Powered Monitor
$119.88 list($165.00)
17. EDIROL MA-10D Digital Powered
$203.99 $196.16 list($289.95)
18. Powered Studio Monitors
$269.99 list($295.00)
19. Edirol MA-20D Digital Stereo Micro
$301.60 list($399.00)
20. Tannoy REVEAL Passive Studio Monitor

1. Shure E2 High Energy Earphones
by Shure
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B0000C8CG6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 1856
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Shure E Series sound isolating earphones block ambient noise with their unique in ear design. Each earphone includes a tiny, yet powerful, speaker. The result is a studio-quality listening experience ? at home, at work, or traveling ? even in noisy environments.Shure?s in ear design isolates you from background noise. So in noisy environments ? airplanes, gyms, work ? you can listen to the sound without being distracted by the ambient noise. It?s also safer for your ears, since you can listen without turning the volume all the way up.All Shure earphones use powerful speakers, located inside the earphone, that deliver professional studio-grade sound quality. Shure earphones deliver a listening experience far superior to other earphones.All Shure earphones come with a personalized fit kit ? multiple shapes and sizes of foam and flex sleeves ? allowing them to fit gently, and snugly inside your ear. They?re the perfect choice for sports, workouts, or other activities in which other earphones might shift or fall out. Shure earphones are lightweight, weighing as little as 0.9 ounces (28 grams).Speaker Design: Single high energy dynamic speakerImpedance (at 1 kHz): 16 ohmsSensitivity (at 1 kHz): 105 dB SPL/mWLightweight Construction: 30 g (1 oz)Personal Fit Kit: 3 sizes (S, M, L) of foam and flex sleevesCable Length and Design: 1.57 m (62 inches) high-fidelity copper cable with flexible reinforcements at the earphone and plugCable Adjustment Tub... ... Read more

Features

  • Ideal for sports, exercise or any activity where headphones or earbuds may come loose
  • Powerful, high performance audio output in an extremely small format driver
  • One of the lightest earphones available anywhere for portable listening
  • Personalize your earphone fit with either the pair of disposable foam sleeves or the three pairs(S, M, L) of reuseable flex sleeves (all included)
  • Natural noise attenuation permits lower listening volumes in loud, distracting environments

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars Make These Fit Better for Cheap!!! - READ THIS
I love these headphones.They sound great, they have great isolation, and they are very durable.BUT, I had almost resigned myself to an unneccessarily painful fit:I have normal sized ears, but I couldn't get either the smallest plastic or foam inserts to be comfortable for more than an hour before I felt like my ears were going to bleed from the outward pressure of these buds . . . until I had a thought: "Why doesn't Shure sell these phones with the small-ish inserts like Etymotics uses.

I had remembered the earplugs that I had used to take all of my biggest exams with, so I went down to my local sporting goods store, browsed the hunting and shooting section and found $2 rubber earplugs with three "fins" on them like the Etymotics.These plugs are hollow, so all you have to do is carefully cut a small hole on the end, cut off the bulk of the back of them (the opposite end of what you put in your ear), stick them on the bare tubes of the Shures, and eureka!My EC2s fit perfectly and sooooo much more comfortably.

I have since learned that Shure sells inserts like these for an extortive price, but why buy when you can make them for 1/5 the price.I reccommend buying 2 or 3 pairs of the earplugs your first go-around, just in case you butcher the first pair like I did.

4-0 out of 5 stars definately worth buying
I use the e2's that came with the shure wireless monitoring system that i use to monitor broadcasts and concerts.they have a very uncolored sound (no extra bass and no extra sizzle for the high freq's) and i find them to be extremely comfortable (rubber sleeves - the foam ones got annoying).i have 2 minor complaints - the wire goes over your ear and down your back, which is great when used in conjunction with a wireless beltpack but a little more inconvenient for use with a laptop or mp3 player.also, the buds slip out of my ears every so often and they really need to be deep inside in order to hear the sound properly.also, if your music is low and you arent in the middle of a large concert or sporting event, you can hear your own breath, chewing, etc.

2-0 out of 5 stars Sure, they sound good, but they HURT your ears!
I bought a pair and I pretty much never wear them anymore.They definitely sound great, and they block out all external sound, so all you hear is the music. . . BUT, I find them very uncomfortable to wear.The so-called "flex sleves" are relatively hard plastic.After about 1/2 hour in my ears they really start to hurt.The foam sleves are marginally better, but take a lot longer to put in.

I think there is a variation on this product that has soft rubber sleves with ridges, rather than the plastic "cones".Those are probably a lot more comfortable (and expensive).

5-0 out of 5 stars Sound Heaven!!!!
These Headphones are just what i was praying for for 3 years. i live in NY, and the subway is a real challenge for ANY headphone pair, and these babys just passed the test!!. i didn't realize, but all of a sudden i was listening to thigs i haven't heard in my favorite music, and then i just saw the train moving, and me not having to hear it!!! this just blew my mind. get them if you take your ears and your music seriously!!!.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply outstanding earbuds
While these are different from typical earbuds (i.e. a bit difficult to fit) they more than make up for it in sound quality. You might have to fiddle with them (people overall seem to have more comfort with the foam earpieces, but the silicone rubber ones supplied worked well for me) to get them to fit securely, but once you do-watch out! They will blow you away!

It is true that they take a little to break in-I sped up this process by connecting them to the headphone jack on my computer, and played music through it at low volumes overnight-once they do, the sound they deliver is outstanding. No fake bass, or muddy midrange-they simply deliver accurate, crystal-clear sound.

In fact, these are so good, you might find yourself listening to these instead of your quality stereo speakers-I really appreciate the sound quality, and unless I am expecting a phone call, etc., prefer these to the stereo speakers I own-that is saying a LOT!

I recommend these without hesitation-if you have trouble fitting them, make sure you follow the instructions, and you should have no problem. A bit confusing, but well worth it!

Also, i am training for a marathon-I exercise with these and an iPod mini without any problems at all-they stay securely in place, and there is no problem with the (heavy duty-quality) cord

... Read more


2. Shure PA755 Triple-Flange Sleeves for Shure Sound-Isolating Earphones (1 Pair)
by Shure
list price: $10.60
our price: $9.49
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Asin: B0002INL4M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 5364
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

PA755 1 Pair of Triple-Flange Sleeves for E1, E2, E3, E5 Earpiece ... Read more

Features

  • Includes 1 pair of replacement sleeves
  • Reusable silicone triple-flange sleeves for Shure sound-isolating earphones
  • Designed to ensure a personalized fit
  • Sleeves form a tight seal while holding earphones in place
  • Compatible with Shure E1c, E3c, and E5c earphones

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy These When You Can Make Them For Cheap!!
You can make these by hacking up a cheap pair of earplugs from your local sporting goods store.This is the description/review I have posted elsewhere describing the process (initially posted for the E2Cs):

I love these headphones.They sound great, they have great isolation, and they are very durable.BUT, I had almost resigned myself to an unneccessarily painful fit:I have normal sized ears, but I couldn't get either the smallest plastic or foam inserts to be comfortable for more than an hour before I felt like my ears were going to bleed from the outward pressure of these buds . . . until I had a thought: "Why doesn't Shure sell these phones with the small-ish inserts like Etymotics uses.

I had remembered the earplugs that I had used to take all of my biggest exams with, so I went down to my local sporting goods store, browsed the hunting and shooting section and found $2 rubber earplugs with three "fins" on them like the Etymotics.These plugs are hollow, so all you have to do is carefully cut a small hole on the end, cut off the bulk of the back of them (the opposite end of what you put in your ear), stick them on the bare tubes of the Shures, and eureka!My EC2s fit perfectly and sooooo much more comfortably.

I have since learned that Shure sells inserts like these for an extortive price, but why buy when you can make them for 1/5 the price.I reccommend buying 2 or 3 pairs of the earplugs your first go-around, just in case you butcher the first pair like I did.

2-0 out of 5 stars Better seal, less comfort
As nice as the E3c's are, how they sound is highly dependent on the seal you get. The triple-flange sleeves are designed to get you a better seal in your ear, and they do accomplish that (in comparison with the other plastic sleeves originally included with the earphones).

Nevertheless, these sleeves have a big drawback: they're extremely uncomfortable. They are very long and often feel like they're putting pressure on my inner ear, pressure that extends almost into the throat area. If I were to do it all over again, I would buy a pack of replacement foam sleeves instead. I believe you can get a 10-pair pack of the foam replacements for $20. The foam inserts are simply more comfortable (more like a soft earplug) and, if replaced often enough, create a seal with relative ease. ... Read more


3. Shure E3c in-Ear Monitor Earphones
by Shure Incorporated
list price: $214.00
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Asin: B0001FI51U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure Incorporated
Sales Rank: 3014
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Single Low Mass/High Energy Driver Earphones ... Read more

Features

  • Transducer Type: low mass/high energy
  • Sensitivity (at 1 kHz): 115 dB SPL/mW
  • Impedance (at 1 kHz) 26 ohms
  • Output Connector: Gold-plated stereo, 3
  • 5 mm (1/8-inch) phone plug

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Do you know what your ears are missing?
The E3/E3c (the only difference between the two is color) are NOT the earphones for you average bass/treble heads. These are a true introduction to the world of an audiophile experience. Ever hear the reed of a sax actually vibrating? Hear the brushes on the snare drum? Then you dont know what your ears have been missing.However i do suggest you use caution in your source in which you obtain your music because you will hear EVERYTHING so dont cheat yourself using low quality playback... because if you didnt recognize a difference before YOU WILL NOW!!

here are a few tips to further your audio experience with your E3/E3c or any headphone for that matter ( READ #3 at least )

1. achieve proper fit,and use as instructed.... directions are in the box. (if its your first time with *in ear* headphones it'll take some getting used to)

2. the true test of any sound reproduction unit is not how loud you can get it before it distorts its how well it performs at the most moderate levels you dont wanna have to crank the volume just to get the little chime of the triangle in the left side.

3. BURN IN this is perhaps the most important thing irregardless of if you spend 20 bucks or 500 you must allow for burn in time. (when i buy a new pair of any type of headphones i'll check to make sure its working perfectly, then plug it in to some sort of audio device pull up a playlist, set it at moderate volume levels and let it run for a few hours. (usual burn in time is between 12-24 hours so be patient.

there are other shure models out there but this being the entry level pair that utilizes Shures *microspeaker* its amazingly inmpressive and for those of you out there who are like me and are just looking for something cheaper to beat up because you just couldnt bare to see anything happen to your precious E5's you'll be extremely impressed withthe value of the E3/E3C.

for the under 200$ genre of personal in ear monitors these are superior in overall sound reproduction.

DONT JUST LISTEN TO YOUR MUSIC, IMMERSE YOURSELF IN IT

4-0 out of 5 stars sound fantastic...but i want more
I got these earphones for $120 from earphone solutions with free shipping, 2-year warrenty, but non-returnable barring defect. I was expecting amazing things and when I first put these in, I was in bliss. I purchased some of the triple-flanged plugs in addition, and though they are hard has hell to get into your ear, they sound about as good as the foamies but last much longer with proper cleaning. I get a good seal, and the bass does sound quite natural, but if you listen to rap or any dance/trance/heavy rock, you will miss the hard-hitting bass. I guess it's a sacrifice one has to make for clear sound in a small package. If I had more money, I would probably get some Seinheiser HD 485 cans for the home or when I crave bass. These phones are really nice, but they are expensive. Just be prepared for a little less bass than you thought you paid for.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous sound balance!
I have the E3 gray color model and would buy it again (and again)!The bass response is widely reviewed so I won't reiterate all the solutions already spoken for.I'd just say that it makes bass sound like music and not like an artificial mask that drowns the instrumentation.A great test for E3 (and E3C) is to try it with a remastered CD where the original recording was not all processed like a 70s disco hit.Try the 1999 remaster of the famous Benny Goodman Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert.You will hear everything with perfect clarity and balance!! Harry James' trumpet will have a beautiful timbre and Johnny Hodges alto will have that famous tone.Nothing will be sawed off or tinned down.The rhythm on the big band numbers will carry you despite the 1938 year of the recording.These earphones also do the greatest for voices.Listen to an Ella Fitzgerald recording from her Cole Porter or Gershwin Songbooks.The quality is pristine and the nuances of the full orchestration are all there - it's not traded off or manipulated. A general rule of thumb for me, is that if the original recording was done in an old analog technology and generally recorded live in the studio or in concert with limited tracking, and if the performance was good, then the music is there and will sound good with sufficient equipment.Great music sounds good at a moderate or even low volume.Remember how much you loved your Beatles 45s played on non-stereo record players!These earphones sound beautiful at a volume of 10-12 out of 40 on my MPIO 512mb flash memory MP3.On my Panasonic portable DVD, they get all of the sound effects and the spoken voices are crystal clear.For rock music, U2's All You Can't Leave Behind sounds superb! There are lots of thoughtful sounds and guitar workings that come right through that you miss on the radio (in a car or at home).Try Elton John's Madman Across the Water (the album and the song).Levon and the title track sound fresh and brand new.The guitar work that opens the title track is truly haunting and its balance with the orchestra and piano work is dramatic.I'm willing to bet it sounds just like the producers and artists intended.In sum, I think the Shure E3 and E3C is such a great product, I'm rediscovering my whole library.With such consumer satisfaction in all these reviews, it's hard to say something new, except maybe, try them with something old! You'll be thrilled at what you hear and what you've been missing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good product, but a little expensive?
So, I have to say from reading forums/reviews across the internet, these truly are great headphones if you can manage the right fit. ONe important thing to note however, is that by and large people are going to try and overcharge for them. Froogle.com was very useful in helping me understand this, and most importantly, it helped me find noonshopper.com, where they have these E3Cs for $127 and 7.50 shipping!!! Unbeatable!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best sound quality available!
These are the best headphones I have ever heard.They are better than any Bose or Sony headphones on the market.If good quality music and compact design are what you are after, then these are the headphones to buy.No regrets. ... Read more


4. Shure Universal Fit 20 Pack Replacement Foams for E1c, E3c and E5c Earphones
by Shure
list price: $21.99
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Asin: B00029U0YK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 4223
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Product Description

PA750 (10 pair) foam ear sleeves for Shure E1, E2, E3, E5 earphones. ... Read more


5. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c Earphones - Small 10 Pack (5 pairs)
by Shure
list price: $11.99
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Asin: B00029U0XG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 6367
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Product Description

The reusable, disposable foam sleeves compress to fit gently into the ear. Once in the ear, the foam expands to form a tight yet comfortable seal that holds the earphones firmly in place. ... Read more


6. ShureReplacement Foams for E2c Earphones - Medium 10 Pack (5 pairs)
by Shure
list price: $11.99
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Asin: B00029U0XQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 7056
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Product Description

The reusable, disposable foam sleeves compress to fit gently into the ear. Once in the ear, the foam expands to form a tight yet comfortable seal that holds the earphones firmly in place. ... Read more


7. PARENT - M-Audio Studiophile DX4 Professional Desktop Monitoring System, Silver
by M-Audio

Asin: B0007UNVZY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars A simple and affordable product with good sound
I found the DX4's to be good speakers for the money. If you are into surround sound gaming, they are not for you, but they are perfect for music on the desktop.

Note that these aren't just for computers. They have standard line-level inputs on the back, so you can attach anything to them, such as an iPod or CD player.

The cabinets are sturdy (and heavy). The cones are exposed though; there is no grille to keep curious cats, ferrets or toddlers away from the relatively delicate material of the speakers themselves. Keep this in mind when you choose a location.

The headphone jack on the front is a very nice touch, but I found the midrange boost control feature to be of little value, at least in the room I was in. Your mileage may vary.

Sure, you could go get "real" stereo speakers and an amp to drive them, but if you want some good sound on a budget these speakers with built-in amp will treat you well.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top of home, office, or studio computer speaker systems!
Just hooked these up yesterday and I am loving them.
I have the top of the line dual 2.5gig G5 mac with 23 inch cinema screen and these are by far as good as the rest of this system.
Was not sure which speakers to get so I went to the Mission Valley Apple store here in San DIego and listened to every set they had on display. There were six sets in all and these studio monitors blew the others away.
The sales person agreed and was surprised because he had dismissed them because they did not look as cool as all the others.
If you are into music and listen to voice recordings then these are for you.
We played the same song on each setup they had and these were the only ones that had full sound and all the highs and lows but most importantly the mid range sounds too.
We discovered that these were the only speakers that played the string instruments on the recording. The other 5 didn't.
If you have an Apple store near by, I reccomend you go and check these out for yourself. Beside the obvious reason of listening to actual studio monitors there, you will be fascinated to see the store of the future, Apple.
Rock on! ... Read more


8. EDIROL MA-10D Digital Powered Speakers (Pair)
by EDIROL
list price: $165.00
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Asin: B00006I5QB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: EDIROL
Sales Rank: 23030
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Listen to any source -- analog or digital -- through these compact powered audio monitors. Connect digital sources such as computers, MP3 players, MiniDiscs, DAT machines, CD players and cassette decks. High resolution 24-bit/96 kHz D/A converters provide great detail and impressive dynamics. Impressive performance from a very small package. ... Read more

Features

  • Frequency Range -45Hz - 35kHz
  • Analog RCA inputs plus Optical/Coaxial S/PDIF input jacks
  • Integrated high resolution 24-bit / 96kHz D/A converters provide excellent detail and turn-on-a-dime dynamic shift capability
  • 2-Way bass reflex enclosure features 3-5/8 Woofer and 2 Tweeter
  • Drivers magnetically shielded

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars A nice pair of starter speaker monitors
After years of exchanging computer speakers (Altec Lansing, Creative I-Trigue 3500 and others), I tried these. What a difference! You get clean, precise sound that you won't find on any other consumer grade computer speaker. These are monitor speakers so they are built to a higher standard. I've auditioned the Bose media mates and the more expensive $250 Bose system and these speakers are much better because the sound is cleaner and the response on all levels is more precise. I have a M-Audio 24/96 PCI sound card and was using a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz prior to that. Both give excellent results. The sound would distort at higher volumes when hooked up through the M-audio analog ports but was not an issue using the digital connection. However, I received the best results when I connected the M-audio to a Kenwood receiver and the speakers to the receiver. No distortion and if I wanted to I could blast the music to annoy my neighbors. These speakers are a little weak on bass range so I'd recommend pairing them with a subwoofer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than the rest!
Well as I always say, if you want the best of anything, go to the speacialists.When it comes to getting sneakers, you go to a sneaker store.Pizza, you go to an Italian pizza only spot.If you want a Mercedes Benz, don't go to a used car dealer, go to a Benz dealer.

If you want good audio on your PC, don't go to Logictec, Creative(yes, that's right), Labtec, Yamaha(yes), Sony (yes...) or any of these companies who make speakers as an afterthought.You go to comapanies who specialize in speakers.JBL, Polk and the like.Edirol(Roland) is in that class as they specialze in studio gear.That alone will tell you that you will be getting premium sound before even listening to it!

I bought these sound unheard based on the company and the fact that they are studio monitors, not just mere PC(cheap) speakers.These have 10 watts each speaker, so that alone tells you that it will be half-way decent.Then they are two-way.Most PC speakers are full-range, BS speakers.Finally, they are studio monitors!That alone tells you that the sound HAS to be on point or that could not have a good name in the music industry.

The fact that they are monitors means that you get excellent stereo separation, clarity and even depth(more so on the 20 watt models).Most people do not know what true sound sounds like, so these will not be appreciated by them.These monitors can sound better than you home stereo.The bass does not reach the lows that it should, but reaches more than many of those that come with subs(you can add one to these too).These are unbeatable (in this range) for their clarity and precision.If you are REALLY into it, they do have some that pump 50, 75 watts and up in EACH speaker, but where I live I have to keep it quiet.You cannot go wrong with these at all.

5-0 out of 5 stars outstanding desktop speakers for music lovers
These are not your usual run of the mill computer speakers in cheap, smallish plastic casing.These speakers are perfect for those people that enjoy listening to music on their computers.The overall sound quality is excellent (though they do require some time for adequate break-in), and is definitely better than
a $200-300 5.1 system with 5 tiny speakers and a sub (for music that is, if you are a gamer that doesn't listen to music on your computer having 3D sound may be more important to you than accurate sound reproduction.) As far as bass goes, these speakers do not include a subwoofer, but they do provide decent bass (though I do admit a sub would be nice, and could possibly be added if your sound card provides a sub output).

These speakers also can accomodate just about any type of input you could throw at them (standard RCA jacks, digital optical, digital coax) and also includes a headphone jack.

Overall, I have been impressed with these speakers and consider them a great deal!

P.S., I have been using these speakers on my PowerMac G4 and they work perfectly! ... Read more


9. Shure P2TRE2-H2 PSM200 Wireless Personal Monitor System
by Shure
list price: $798.00
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Asin: B0002E4Y38
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 978
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Product Description

Whether you're playing live or rehearsing, you need to hear yourself to be your best. That's what monitoring is all about. Yet some performers still struggle with booming floor wedge monitors and loud stage volume. The PSM 200 is the personal monitoring break through that performers have been waiting for. Featuring smart, versatile components that grow with you as your needs change, the PSM 200 series is a practical alternative to floor wedges for performers who want In Ear monitoring. TheSingle High Energy Driver Earphones.Built-in audio limiterFront mounted antennaTwo mic/line input channels for mix control1/2 rack space Input level control; Frequency select Tricolor input level; Frequency (2) Mic/line, xlr-1/4" combo input channels (2) XLR split outputs Frequency locatorBuilt-in headphone limiterIntegrated cable managementHigh-impact plastic chassis1/4" Line inpit jack with high/low gain switch Volume knob; Frequency select Power; RF reception; Frequency; Limiter; Low Battery Net Weight: 30g (1 oz)Transducer Type: dynamicSensitivity (at 1 kHz): 105 dB SPL/mWImpedance (at 1 kHz) 16 ohmsOutput Connector: Gold-plated stereo, 3.5 mm (1/8-inch) phone plugCable Length: 1.57 m (62 in.) ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in audio limiter
  • Front mounted transmitter antenna
  • Receiver can scan for a clear frequency
  • Two mic/line input channels for mix control
  • 1/2-rack space

10. M-AUDIO BX-5 Bi-Amplified Studio Reference Monitors ( Pair ) ? Black
by M-Audio
list price: $399.95
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Asin: B00009ZPSP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Sales Rank: 5048
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The BX5s are the latest in the popular Studiophile series. They deliver exceptional quality and professional sound at an affordable price. The BX5s offer 5.25-inch low-frequency drivers, 1-inch high-frequency drivers, and 75 watts of bi-amped near-field technology at a fraction of the cost of other monitors their size. Monitors that adapt to your needsYour monitors should be able to adapt to any changes in placement or work environment. That's just what the BX5s do. Since a monitor's bass response can change depending upon proximity to walls, the BX5s' Acoustic Space control section allows you to optimize their performance - no matter whether you need to put them on stands, on a bookshelf or in the corners. You can also adjust the high-frequency response to compensate for reflective surfaces like glass. The presence control gives you an automatic mid-range boost for added flexibility. There's even a variable low-frequency roll-off to optimize response at crossover points when adding a subwoofer like the Studiophile SP-8S.The 1-inch natural silk high-frequency drivers employs a flush design and electronic time alignment with the low-frequency driver, resulting in controlled dispersion for superior three-dimensional imaging. The tooled rear Sub-Frequency Ports reduce low-frequency turbulence and optimize driver excursion for amazing bass in a small footprint. SpecificationsType: Two-way near-field studio reference monitorsLow-frequency drivers: 5.25... ... Read more

Features

  • Integral bi-amped 75-watt active near-field design
  • 5.25-inch mineral filled polypropylene low frequency drivers
  • 1-inch silk high frequency drivers
  • Acoustic Space Controls optimize performance, regardless of placement
  • Sub-Frequency Ports deliver amazing bass response

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars welcome the dawn of new era
I tested this smallest model in the range of strictly studio supplier from deepdown America. The source was PC CD-ROM/ decoder line-output to M-Audio multichannel preamp (no equalizer!). Neither the electronics' gain level, nor the thick long hi-capacitance hi-resistance guitar cables used to connect to speakers , not the room (a resonant messy Club Multimedia in Moscow) contributed to the sound. We were intent to make it hard for the speakers so as to make easy for user.

The experience went to proove those are the very speakers for any player/PC/tape machine/whatever with master volume and analog RCA jacks. Some kind of volume knob will be there in most cases, though.

With master volume level crancked, we had the speakers deliver superior dynamics with not a shade of discernable distortion heard on sensetive chorale music. Their 70-watter built-in amps obviously belonged with a discrete true-to-life hi-end class, which chipset output of typical AV-receiver cannot match.

What's more, the myth about "rough studio sound with robbed-of low-level nuance" prooved a myth, exactly. If anything, the tiny 2-way M-Audios on quiet music preserved the soundstage which goes thin or hysterical on a receiver. Yet another ruined myth concerned the "difficult and unnecessary" controls on the speaker's back. They all were handy and immediately effective to level and tembre, working from min. to max. (left to right) regardless of maker's description.

Verdict: Stereopair of M-Audio's is terrific and immediately ready for home multichannel-output-equipped DVD player or 2-block (pre-main configuered) music centre. If you've got a kitchen mono tuner, an old radio, a ghetto blaster or a small receiver - one such compact speaker will revitalize them by adding power and FILTERING out hiss. They are NOT that strange "near field studio monitor" beast the public's been shunning for years. Price-wise, too. ... Read more


11. Galaxy Audio CM130 SPL Meter
by Galaxy Audio
list price: $74.99
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Asin: B0002GWFG4
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Galaxy Audio
Sales Rank: 1521
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Product Description

Low cost, high performance SPL meter with easy-to-read digital display and built-in electret condenser microphone. Use it to accurately measure sound levels. FeaturesMini SizeLow Cost High PerformanceMAX FunctionLevel Range DisplayResolution 0.5 dBSpecificationsMicrophone: ?? Electret condenser microphoneAccuracy: ?2 dB ( under reference conditions 94dB @1KHz )Level Range: 1 = 40-70 dB; 2 = 60-90 dB; 3 = 80-110 dB; 4 = 100-130 dBFrequency Weighting: A , CTime Weighting: Fast , SlowDynamic Range: 30 dBFrequency Range: 125Hz to 8KHzBattery Life: 9V Battery 110 hours (included)Operation Temp.: 0?C - 40?C (32 to 104?F)Storage Temp.: -10?C - 60?C(14 to 140?F)Dimension: 9.1x2.1"x1.3"Weight: Approx. 0.37lbs. (170g)(including battery) ... Read more

Features

  • CM-130
  • SPECIFICATIONS*
  • Microphone: ½ Electret condenser microphone
  • Accuracy: ±2 dB ( under reference conditions
  • 94dB @1KHz )

12. SHURE E5 Sound Isolating Earphones
by Shure
list price: $625.87
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Asin: B0001W1I76
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Shure
Sales Rank: 41866
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Unobtrusive, Low Mass/High EnergyTM Shure earphones are designed specifically for use with Shure PSM systems and deliver the incredible sound and performance ear buds and other headphones canât. Donât go In Ear without them.Along with their high fidelity, full-bandwidth transducers, the natural design of these stereo earphones allows them to rest comfortably in the ear canal, providing a tight seal for sonic isolation and a snug fit. Shure Universal Earphones can be used with foam, flex or triple flange accessory sleeves (provided). The universal 3.5mm (1/8 in.) plug connects to Shureâs PSM body pack receivers, as well as many other personal audio applications where high fidelity is deemed appropriate.In Ear, wide-frequency stereo sound with great accuracy and isolation from outside noise. ... Read more

Features

  • In ear design, using foam or flex sleeves, naturally blocks background noise. This allows lower listening volumes in loud environments
  • Dual High Energy Micro-Speakers with Extended Frequency Response and Level Attenuator
  • Earphones come with a pair of disposable foam sleeves, a pair of triple-flange sleeves, three pairs (small, medium, large) of flex sleeves, and three pairs (small, medium, large) ultra-soft flex sleeves to ensure a personalized fit
  • 62 Cable - Once formed, the E5's cables retain their shape around the ear, allowing for a more convenient, secure fit. The E5's cables pass behind the ear ? out of sight and out of the way ? to provide a more comfortable, discreet fit.
  • Weighs 1.1 ounces

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just the plain truth
The neck and head are an areas of great forces and heat.About 25% of body weight maybe above the shoulders.I only thought about price and sound when I first bought an mp3 player.Well, $1000.00 and five pair of headphones later I came to understand that it is difficult to make a headphone that can deal with muscular force, heat and cord weight.

So if you want a phone that will block out background sound without stressing out your player's phone jack and pull on the cords that connect to your left and right phones it is the Shure.

If you want a phone that will not be ear warmers in the cold and too hot to put on in temps over 50 F then it is Shure.

Lasly, what if you fall asleep or jog or have to wear you phones in an area were the big brand name on the phone gets you the wrong type of glance.Shure solves all of that. You can sleep in them, run in them and they do not make everyone say hey that is the top of the line brand x%$****!

I forgot to say.The higher the volume the more heat your player generates and the more power your battery uses.The money saved in headphone, player, and battery replacement will pay off the Shures.

PORTUGESE

Bom dia, amigos se gosto musica sem problemas o Shure é pra vocês.Os outro tipos estam afora as orelhas e as forças da cabeça estam masi que as outras marcas podem tolerar.

Os outros estam mui calorosos em as ruas do brasil.Tambem o vida do mp3 estaja mais com o Shure e o bateria tambem.Por quê pode jogue-o mais baxio.

Finalmente pra escutar um outro idioma o Shure é excelente pra o reproduçâo de voz!


ESPAÑOL


Buenas dias amigo si gustan musica sin problemas compare el Shure.El cabeza tiene grandes forcas.El otra marcas de fono de cabeza no pueden tolerar focas grandes.

El Shure no esta caliente.Puede cominar libere en él.
Tambien la vida de su mp3 y el pila de mp3 estan más grande con Shure.Porque puede tocar el tocador muy más abajo con el Shure.

Finamente si guste el voz solas o musica en un otro idioma el Shure es marvoloso. ... Read more


13. Event Tuned Reference TR5 Active Monitors
by Event
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B0002NR59E
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Event
Sales Rank: 1472
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Product Description

Do your mixes suffer from buried vocals, overwhelming bass, screetchy guitars, or other sonic unpleasantries? No doubt your monitors simply aren't giving you an accurate picture of what's going on in your mix. How to make the problems go away? Switch to Event monitors - the monitors famous for their "mixes you can trust" sound. (Just ask the people who have won Grammy awards for mixes they've done on them.)These monitors are precision tuned to provide flat frequency response and uncolored sound, giving you a true sonic reference for mixing. So when you mix on a Tuned Reference monitor, you know your mixes will translate accurately to other playback systems. (Which is, after all, the whole point.)You might think that this level of mix precision comes at a high price. But thanks to a powerful new ultra-efficient amplifier (actually two of them, since these are biamplified systems), Event is able to bring you high definition, non-fatiguing monitoring at prices so low they're downright silly. But don't let the cost fool you: The TR series monitors are filled with time-tested Event technology, and designed by the same engineering team behind their full line of critically-acclaimed monitors. LF Driver: Magnetically shielded 5.25" mineral-filled polypropylene cone with 1" diameter high-temperature voice coil and damped rubber surroundHF Driver: Magnetically shielded 1" diameter ferrofluid-cooled natural soft dome neodymiumFrequency Response: 53Hz - 19kHz, ?3dB... ... Read more

Features

  • 25mm soft-dome neodymium tweeter

14. NADY PFW-12 400 Watt Monitor Speaker (NADY PFW12)
by NADY
list price: $109.95
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Asin: B00009W40J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NADY
Sales Rank: 41829
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Product Description

12" LF, 14" horn, 400W 2-way full range wedge monitor speaker.Ruggedly built, exceptional sound, most affordably priced.The ProPower Series from Nady Audio delivers a great value in small PA speakers. ... Read more

Features

  • Full-range, 2-way speaker with 12" woofer
  • 4" x 10 1/2" horn with high compression piezo driver
  • 90dB sensitivity
  • Binding post and two 1/4" connectors
  • Variable low-cut, low-pass filters

15. M-Audio Studiophile LX4 2.1 Surround-Sound Expandable System
by M-Audio
list price: $349.95
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Asin: B0000VBUP8
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Sales Rank: 2361
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Product Description

Studiophile LX4s are the world?s first reference monitors that allow you to expand from 2.1 to 5.1 seamlessly on demand. The LX4 2.1 System gives you two transparent satellite speakers and a powerful subwoofer with integral crossover for a sound that surpasses mere stereo. When you?re ready to mix and experience multi-channel audio, just add another three perfectly matched satellites with the optional LX4 5.1 Expander for a complete professional-sounding 5.1 surround system. The LX4s? performance also makes them great all-around real-world reference monitors in both 2.1 and 5.1 configurations. The LX4s are so compact that you can fit them just about anywhere. Passive design also means that there?s no power or line-level signals to route, making setup and positioning a breeze. Studiophile LX4 - expand on demand.full-fidelity 2.1 monitoring4? polypropylene low-frequency satellite drivers1? mylar high-frequency satellite drivers8? subwoofer with 6 integral power ampssmall enough to fit anywhereported enclosures for optimal fidelityType: 3-way studio reference with subwoofer - 2.1 System, expandable to 5.1Subwoofer Driver: 8 inch diameter, specially-developed curved-profile pulp cone, high-temperature voice coil and damped closed cell foam surround - designed for sub-frequency pressure levels with very high efficiency and extremely low distortionLF Driver: 4-inch dia., magnetically-shielded with curved mineral-filled polypropylene cone, high t... ... Read more

Features

  • Now you can have high-quality stereo reference monitoring, along with an easy upgrade path to the complete Studiophile LX4 Surround System. The LX4 2.1 System gives you full-fidelity stereo monitoring today with two crisp-sounding LX4 satellite monitors and a bone-shaking subwoofer with integral crossover. Add the LX4 5.1 Expander at any time to complete your full 5.1 surround sound system.

16. KRK V8 Series 2 Powered Monitor (Single) Single Unit
by KRK
list price: $999.00
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Asin: B0002VCU64
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: KRK
Sales Rank: 2786
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Product Description

For the professional who needs an active near field monitor that is able to satisfy the most critical listening requirements and is portable enough to take on location. The V8 uses a separate power amplifier for the woofer and tweeter with an electronic crossover so that the power and frequency response is tailored to each transducer.The V8's Kevlar woofer is extremely fast and does not have audio band resonances that color the sound. Video shielding is standard. ... Read more

Features

  • Features a 1" silk-dome tweeter and a 8" woven Kevlar woofer
  • Amps deliver 120W to the woofer, 60W to the tweeter
  • Features Neutrik combo connectors for use with either XLR or 1/4" TRS connectors
  • Frequency range: 47Hz - 22kHz
  • Dimensions: 11"W x 16"H x 12"D

17. EDIROL MA-10D Digital Powered Speakers (Pair)
by EDIROL
list price: $165.00
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Asin: B00009YXAP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: EDIROL
Sales Rank: 45928
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Product Description

Listen to any source - analog or digital through these compact powered audio monitors. Connect digital sources such as computers, MP3 players, MiniDiscs, DAT machines, CD players and cassette decks. High resolution 24-bit/96 kHz D/A converters provide great detail and impressive dynamics. Impressive performance from a very small package.10w + 10w stereo amplifier powers both monitors24-bit/96 kHz DA converterRCA plus optical/coaxial S/P DIF input jacks2 way bass-reflex enclosureBlack wooden cabinetHeadphone jackRated Power Output: 20 W (10 W + 10 W)Speaker Unit: Woofer: 9.2 cm /3-5/8" (Magnetically-Shielded); Tweeter: 5 cm /2" (Magnetically-Shielded)Frequency Range: 45 Hz to 35 kHzNominal Input Level: Line: -10 dBu; Stereo: -10 dBuInput Impedance: 18 k ohmsIndicator: Power/Standby IndicatorConnectors: Right Channel Front: PHONES Jack (stereo miniature phone type); Optical Input ConnectorConnectors: Rear: LINE 1 Jack (stereo miniature phone type); LINE 2 Jacks (L, R) (RCA phono type); L Channel Output Jack (RCA phono type); Optical Input Connector; Coaxial Input ConnectorControls: BASS; TREBLE; VOLUME 1 (digital inputs + stereo mini); VOLUME 2 (RCA phono); POWER Switch; Digital Input Select SwitchDigital Input Section: Sampling Rate: 32/44.1/48/96 kHz, 24-bit; D/A Converter: 24-bitEnclosure: 2 way Bass-reflex typeDimensions: 156 (W) x 197 (D) x 238 (H) mm; 6-3/16 (W) x 7-13/16 (D) x 9-3/8 (H) in. ... Read more

Features

  • Frequency Range -45Hz - 35kHz
  • Analog RCA inputs plus Optical/Coaxial S/PDIF input jacks
  • Integrated high resolution 24-bit / 96kHz D/A converters provide excellent detail and turn-on-a-dime dynamic shift capability
  • 2-Way bass reflex enclosure features 3-5/8 Woofer and 2 Tweeter
  • Drivers magnetically shielded

18. Powered Studio Monitors
by NADY
list price: $289.95
our price: $203.99
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Asin: B0001659C2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NADY
Sales Rank: 53132
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Product Description

Blowout! Superb magnetically-shielded active studio monitors with built-in 100W bi-amped power (50W for LF, 50W for HF). A 6.5" woofer and 1" Ferro fluid-cooled soft dome shielded tweeter generate clear, transparent sound and full linear frequency response (35Hz-20KHz) for perfectly balanced mixes that translate accurately to any other system. ... Read more

Features

  • Active monitor with built-in 100W (RMS) bi-amped power (50W for LF, 50W for HF)
  • Clear, transparent sound and full linear frequency response (35Hz-20KHz) for perfectly balanced mixes that translate accurately to any other system
  • Vertically aligned 2-way nearfield monitor with 6.5" woofer and 1" Ferro fluid-cooled soft dome shielded tweeterâboth magnetically shielded for non-interfering operation near video monitors
  • Bass-reflex loaded with 2" tuned cylindrical port for optimized linear bass response
  • Curved front baffle for reduced HF diffraction effects and excellent imaging not possible with conventional square-edged baffles

19. Edirol MA-20D Digital Stereo Micro Monitor Pair
by Edirol
list price: $295.00
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Asin: B0002GXWD4
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Edirol
Sales Rank: 2594
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Product Description

These attractive Near-field Monitors boast impressive sound capabilities - two 20-Watt amplifiers and a stylish black & silver design. Building on the widely popular, MA10 series, the MA20D's have twice the power and all the style of the MA10's. They include the same functionality of the MA10D and MA10DBK speakers; including Treble & Bass controls, two independent Volume controls, S/PDIF digital input, and a headphone out. Each speaker in a MA20D pair is individually powered with its own amplifier and have a bigger woofer for a better low-end response.Superb Response for unparalleled Sound Quality in its price range.20W x 20W power in a 2-way Bass-reflex designPower Amp in each speaker for uniform stereo sound4-3/4? Woofer for good punch and excellent Bass Response24-bit/96 kHz capable S/PDIF connections 20W(Left) x 20W(Right)Woofer: 120mm, 4-3/4 inchesTweeter: 25mm, 1inch Bass-reflex type 96/48/44.1/32 kHz, 24-bitFront: Bass, Treble, Volume 1, Volume 2, Power switchRear: Optical/Coaxial Selection Switch RCA (L/R), Stereo mini, S/PDIF optical inputs (front and rear), S/PDIF coaxial input Headphones (Stereo mini) 170 x 230 x 280 mm, 6-3/4 x 9-1/16 x 11-1/16 inches ... Read more

Features

  • Superb Response for unparalleled Sound Quality in its price range.
  • 20W x 20W power in a 2-way Bass-reflex design
  • Power Amp in each speaker for uniform stereo sound
  • 4-3/4â Woofer for good punch and excellent Bass Response
  • 24-bit/96 kHz capable S/PDIF connections

20. Tannoy REVEAL Passive Studio Monitor Speakers, 6.5" (pair)
by Tannoy
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B0006FUI56
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Tannoy
Sales Rank: 3177
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Product Description

For those on a budget, the Reveal provides a high quality monitor with real high-end features. The distinctive cabinet has been designed to offer increased structural integrity and reduced HF diffraction effects. Its unique 1 ¼" thick contoured MDF baffle provides a solid foundation for drive unit mounting as well as increasing overall stiffness. This means a clean and articulate performance for whatever project you have in mind. Reveal's drive units include a 1" soft dome tweeter and 6 1/2" bass unit manufactured in-house by Tannoy, ensuring quality and consistency in use. Both units are also magnetically shielded, so the Reveal can be positioned close to video monitors if desired. High power handling capability coupled with above average sensitivity means that Reveal can produce high SPL's without distortion. Specifications:PerformanceSensitivity: 90 dB / 2.83 V @ 1 m (half space)Nominal Impedance: 6 ohmsFrequency Response ± 3dB: 65 Hz - 20 kHzPower Handling (RMS/Programme): 50 / 100 WattsRecommended Amplifier Power: 30 to 100 Watts into 8 ohmsDrive UnitsHigh Frequency: 1" soft dome tweeterLow Frequency: 6.5" bass driver, shieldedDispersion: 120°CrossoverFrequency: 3 kHzConstructionEnclosure Type: Optimized bass-reflex loadedVolume: 12 LitresDimensions: 13.38" x 8.27" x 10.24"Weight: 15.4 lbsFinish:Red satin baffleGrey suedette vinyl sides and backMagnetically Shielded: Yes ... Read more


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