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Shure SRH145 Portable Collapsible Closed-Back Headphones

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  • Rich deep bass with full range audio
  • Closed-back, on-ear design provides good external noise isolation and comfortable fit
  • Ultra-lightweight, collapsible design for easy storage and on-the-go-use
  • Adjustable ear cups and padded headband ensure ergonomic and secure fit
  • Legendary Shure quality from the brand trusted for music history's greatest moments, plus a two year manufacturer's warranty covers free replacement or repair

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Customer Reviews

Definitely would recommend. First Shure headphones I've bought. They are NOT Sennheiser(sp) HD600s but I didn't expect that. But for $30, they are great. I was in the hospital for 3 nights after knee replacement. I have a portable Blu-Ray player and these phones sounded great watching, and listening, action movies. RED, Star Trek, and others like that. And they sound good with my MP3 players at the gym, Definitely worth the price and good for general, casual, listening. 45 star sound - but not so much for comfort Update after 4 monthsThey have got more comfortable. I don't use them often so I don't think it's my ears that have got used to them I think the material has gotten softer with use and maybe the band has stretched out a bit.I'll add to my review that while these are not hard to drive they are not easy to drive either. They are near the top of easy to drive. They are 32 ohms and sensitivity is 96db. What does that mean? I use these mostly with my computer that has a pretty good sound chip and I find that I have to have the computer sound (windows 7) and the music app (foobar 2000) volume all the way up to get these to where they open up and sound best. In general, they need to be a little louder than I would like to sound their best.Sound wise I find myself punching up the bass a bit. They need a little bit more hit and a touch of bloom for things like the bass guitar and kik drum to sound about right. Not a lot, just a 3db boost from about 80 to 200hz. I also find they need a bit of a push at 10K and up to put a little more air around the instruments. With more listening, I'm not quite as thrilled with the sound as I was, but I still like them. Hours of listing do not leave me with ear fatigue and they do not punish poorly recorded music.Update after a month:These have not got more comfortable and I kinda wish I had returned them but for $32 it's not really worth it given I'd get charged $5 for the return. These hurt after a couple of hours and no amount of moving them around relieves it. The material is soft enough but I think it is too soft and packs down. Also clamping pressure is pretty high on my melon so now that I'm keeping them I may try to stretch them out a bit================================================================I am FUSSY about sound! I want natural neutral sound. That's what you get with these. The bass is natural, drums sound pretty good. Sibilance is there but not annoying. They are accurate without being clinical or fatiguing. They are musical without being over warm or polite. They do not punish poorly recorded music like some more HiFi headphones do. There is a nice amount of 'air' around the instruments but not much of a sound stage beyond that. They are a nice middle of the road set of headphone, not too bright, but bright enough, a good mid-range, pretty well-controlled bass without much bleed and some bass extension. They could use a touch more bloom to suit my tastes but what is there suits me fine. If I thought they were bass shy I would tell you.I use a 15 band equalizer on my computer and I end up putting some EQ on most headphones I use, but I found with these I liked them best with no EQ. They do not go super loud with my phone. Loud enough for me, but not might be loud enough if you like your music really loud.They need a little volume to sound there best but that's pretty typical and I have had headphones that needed to be louder to sound their best.They have one big problem. They are not very comfortable. I would not get these if wearing them all day at work is your thing of if comfort is really important to you because you get annoyed if they are not comfortable. In comparison, the Sennheiser HD 2.20 is WAY more comfortable. The foam is too thin and you almost feel like the plastic is pressed against your ears. They 2nd day they felt a little better. My ears getting used to them, or maybe the foam adapting to the shape of my ears or a little bit of both.The headband cushion is also really thin but did not bother me as much as the earpieces.They have almost no isolation. My old open back Sennheiser 239 had more isolation. I'm also not a fan of how round that headband is but I guess they did that so they would fold up smaller? I don't know but I wish the fit a little closer to the head on the sides.The cable is kind of weird in that the right and left cords are side by side like lamp cord and a little thicker than on other budget headphones.Between my old Senn 239, and the Senn 2.20 and the Jabra Move (I think it was the Move) I like the sound of these Shure the best by far. If these cost $50 or even $60 I'd be really happy with these, at least for sound. For $30 dollars I'm REALLY happy with them.I'd be tempted to knock a star off for comfort but for me, the sound is everything so the 5 stars are for the sound. 5Great sound for the money Needed a set of headphones for watching movies and chilling with my iPhone. I prefer a semi or full open back design as I like more detail and do not like heavy or boomy bass. These headphones do perform acceptable for my needs. I tried some Beats EP, but the closed back and over exaggerated bass was a turn off. The Shure 144 has a better representation of the middle bandwidth and enough detail that to keep me listening.The are semi open so I can still hear what is going on around me, but there is sound leakage. Not a negative for those who are familiar with the design just know that everyone can hear what you are listening to if they are in close proximity.The ear pads are soft and relatively comfortable and do adjust easy enough.Only turn off for me is the 90 degree jack. It is a tapered design to fit through most phone cases but its big and obtrusive.In the end these travel well and will do great for nightstand headphones. 4These are a terriffic little set of headphones. My problem: I live in south Florida and I do most of my headphone listening outdoors, in the warm sunshine, where I sweat. Ear buds are useless to me, as the sweat makes them slip out of my ears and they can't isolate from ambient outdoor sounds. Over-ear headphones are way too hot and sweat-inducing. Open ear phones do not give me the depth of sound I like, nor any noise isolation, plus they don't fit well. Enter these little babies. They have good-excellent sound (outdoors, I'm not looking for great sound), they're comfortable, they cover enough of my ears to offer decent sound isolation but not so much that my ears feel like they're in a microwave and at $40, an excellent value. There are reviews that go into sonic detail about them and that's fine but for me, they check off my critical few boxes and at a really nice price. 5They do not disappoint. They're comfortable to wear After loving my Beats for years, they finally broke and I couldn't afford to replace them. I decided to search google for a decent set of headphones for under $100 and these popped up on a couple of sites. They do not disappoint. They're comfortable to wear, adjustable, the sound quality is great, and they're surprisingly good at noise canceling without being advertised as a noise canceling brand. I also like the groovy, minimalist style. 5Great value Executive summary: Can't beat 'em for the price. Great for movies and TV and pretty good for casual music listening.At this price you aren't going to do any better in on ear headphones. They aren't as good as headphones that cost 3 times as much but that's an unreasonable expectation. They don't have the clarity of higher end headphones but they're comfortable for my head and work great for watching movies and TV on my tablet. I listen to a lot of small group jazz and chamber music in lossless compression files or on CD. The sound of individual instruments isn't as distinct as it is with higher end headphones but it's surprisingly close. Diminishing returns starts early in audio and price isn't necessarily a perfect guide to quality. These are cheap enough that losing them wouldn't be heart breaking and good enough that they provide a satisfying experience. 4Good headphones for certain tastes I bought the Shure SRH144 (the "semi-open" model). I'd call them a quality set of headphones with a lot to admire.They look good, they're foldable, and they manage to be feel well-made, substantial, and light (5.3 oz) all at once. They put just the right amount of pressure on your head -- enough to be secure without feeling tight -- and they don't overheat your ears on long walks, making them comfortable in every way. The two-year warranty is generous, and it's a welcome sight to see bigger-than-average 36mm drivers at this price point (30mm is standard for cheap headphones). The only design detail to complain about is the weirdly bulky headphone jack.As for sound quality, most professional reviews seem to say these sound good (a minority disagree), while the Amazon opinions are more mixed. I'm somewhere in the middle. The best way to describe the sound is probably "accurate" -- the SRH144s reproduce music faithfully and properly. But they also have a flat/neutral bias that seems aimed at purists. It would probably go down well in, say, Japan, but I'm a typical American who likes a tad more bass and treble (not wretched excess bass like Beats headphones, just a little more), and to my ears, these headphones need more punch.You could say I admire these headphones more than I like them, so back to Amazon they go. But if you like your music flat, dive right in.(Note: the SRH145s are supposedly stronger in the bass department than the 144s. Both have been discontinued as of summer 2018.) 4smooth,non fatiguing, easy on the ears, versatile == a bargain I bought these when the last of my sennheiser px-100's bit the dust, and I found that its successor (and, indeed, most modern phones) boosted the midbass so artificially as render most music practically unlistenable. That is why I got these instead of the SRH 145's, which are reputed to have more bass. My purpose is to use them at my desk, plugged into my desktop computer via an audioquest dragonfly. I eventually settled on the Grado SR60e's as my main listening phones, although compared to their progenitor, the original SR60's, the "e"'s had a shrillness at the top end that never went away, despite reassurances from Grado. Anyhow, those phones developed a mechanical fault, and I went back to the Shures and you know what, they are really good. Compared to the Grado's, they lack a little punch deep, and their top end is a little veiled. But I can, and literally have, listened to them all day, hours on end. They hold up well on all kinds of music. At work I tend to listen mostly to instrumentals, from classical (meaning mozart and chamber music), jazz (the contemporary Pandora channel has some good stuff) to celtic folk. Listening to Lunasa right now and they are doing a fine job propelling the music without any of the things that annoy me about audio in general and headphones in particular: no boomy midbass, ever; no undue accent in any particular area of the spectrum; never a shrill or harsh note at the top end but neither does it lack energy there. And they are easy to wear -- light weight, almost no sound bleeding out despite their open design. They are easy to drive, and they fold up. I've listened to lots of headphones in my time -- including Stax, Senns both low and high end, Grado, Koss, Sony, Audio Technica (the ATH M50 makes an excellent match for the Audioengine D1), and the Shure hold their end up well against some stiff competition. And for the price, they are a true audiophile bargain. 5Excellent, low-cost headphones This is a really good pair of inexpensive headphones. The design is attractive and appears durable. I find them very comfortable to wear. They sound very good, meaning the frequency response balance seems very even between low, mid and high frequencies. The bass response, in particular, seems very even, uncolored and deep - especially given the price. Importantly, the earpads are replaceable and inexpensive (about seven dollars). I bought these to replace a pair of Sennheiser HD428 headphones because the earpads on the Sennheisers are deteriorating and cannot be replaced. These headphones have a two year warranty, which is unusual for a product in this price range, and the Shure corporation is a venerable, reputable manufacturer of consumer and professional headphone/microphone products. I bought them on sale for $30 and am very pleased with them.03/06/18After a year's use these headphones are proving to be remarkably durable. I use these headphones many hours per week, and it's often hard usage which means I wear them while lying the side of my head against a pillow for hours at a time. The fact that I can do that without any significant discomfort, and that I can do that without damaging the ear pads amazes me. Given the good sound quality, great comfort and striking durability this really is an outstanding product. 5Wired headphone with a quality microphone at a reasonable price. Adequate for music listening. For a Shure product, the sound quality of these phones really is not all that good. The mids are clear and detailed but the low end and high end are both rolled off, resulting in a lackluster music sound quality. These sound somewhat similar to my old Bose AE2 headphones, so if you like that sound signature, then maybe you'll think these sound great.. I prefer the sound quality of Apple earpods if that tells you anything.But I wear these listening to music on my phone during hours when talking on the phone takes priority to listening to music. And for that these headphones do well. Shure is a world-class microphone manufacturer and it shows in the microphone quality. The part with the buttons is solidly-built, the buttons work perfectly, and the sound quality of the mic itself is CRYSTAL CLEAR.After I'm done taking phone calls I switch over to my Sony MDR-7506 phones, which i recommend for a higher quality music listening experience at a reasonable price. Unfortunately no one makes a wired headphone with high sound quality and a mic at a reasonable price anymore. 3
Shure SRH145 Portable Collapsible Closed-Back Headphones

Shure SRH145 Portable Collapsible Closed-Back Headphones

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€94,00
Sale price
€94,00
Regular price
€154,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€60,00)