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Shure SRH840 Professional Monitoring Headphones

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  • SRH840 Professional Monitoring Headphones feature a precisely tailored frequency response that delivers rich bass, clear mid-range and extended highs
  • Optimized for studio recording and critical listening
  • Closed-back, circumaural collapsible design
  • Detachable, coiled cable
  • Includes SRH840, threaded 1/4" gold-plated adapter, carrying bag, replacement ear pads, and user guide

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Customer Reviews

A Great Sounding Over Ear Headphone That Has Great Clarity and Accuracy, Very Highly Rated I take my headphones seriously. I go to bed every night listening to music throughout the night, listening to music on my iPod. I listen mainly to music that features the piano, which can range from jazz trio, to classical, to new age. My main love is trio jazz, just to put my review into perspective. I own two music amplifiers, but find no need to use them with these headphones.I tried perhaps eight pair to sample before buying. I perhaps used up some of the good will in returning products. Each was a top in class headphone for closed cup over the ear, as rated at http://www.head-fi.org/. It was a very interesting experience to experience such world class headphones.There are some very complete reviews of these headphones here and elsewhere. Perhaps the most value that I can write is that I finally chose two pair of headphones, this being one of them. The sound is outstanding, and they are good for digital devices, they don't need amplification. Some people may prefer headphones with more thumping bass, but I tend to avoid that so I can hear the clear highs. Also, bass can do more damage to your ear drums. The bass is excellent, a very clear reproduction of the sound, but it is not overly pronounced. I would have loved these with rock music a few years ago, but not now.The mid-range and highs are also excellent, giving a rather flat reproduction of the sound, without Shure trying to emphasize any type of range for particular tastes. What you hear is pretty much the way it was played. They are very well built, and very comfortable, being worn for 8-10 hours at a time.Bottom line,is head-fi.org rates these headphones as being the 10th best out of over a hundred pairs, many of which cost over well over $500. I liked these better than higher rated headphones, and these cost less than $200. I use these instead of my other pair when I want more noise blocking. These aren't noise cancelling, but they do shut out a lot of sound.I bent a cord jack inadvertently, and could replace the cord for $20, which helps make them future proof. Parts that tend to wear out are replaceable.I love these headphones. 5) I feel like these are a small upgrade I upgraded to these from my modded Sennheiser HD555, because I needed closed headphones (I share space.) I feel like these are a small upgrade. It's not a fair comparison since the HD555s are open, and these are closed, but these still manage to have a good soundstage and sound fairly neutral despite being closed off. The isolation is nice, and complaints about sound leakage have ceased. They don't block outside noise as well as a noise-cancelling headset, but my wife owns Sennheiser's flagship noise-cancelling model, and these do sound better to my ears. I call it a fair trade.The foam earpads for the higher-end model in this series fit well, and are a nice upgrade for comfort. My only gripe is that the headband is unnecessarily heavy. I'm going to modify it one of these days. It doesn't bother me once I'm focused on something else, but it could stand to be lighter. 4Producer/Audiophile Review All I have to say is wow. I'm a producer, I own a pair of sennheiser hd650s, and akgs k550s and this competes right up there with them. For such a low price all I have to say is wow. The sound fidelity, neutrality, and clarity is just unstoppable from these headphones. Prepare to be super uncomfortable the first few times you use them though. But don't worry, after those first few times these headphones are comfortable and nice to use. Overall for the price range, these can't be beat, seriously. Look no further if you want the best sound fidelity for the buck. 5Great Audiophile Headphone - best choice for personal audio without a hassle. Summary of my experience: These are great headphones for someone who wants great sound without much hassle. They are clean, powerful, comfortable, and sturdy. They will satisfy your needs in movies, music, video-games no problem - and will work fine with computer, TV, or mp3 player. Sure - you can do better, but not under $400, and unless you are very experience with audiophile equipment, the difference won't be worth it to you either.Now, in detail:I bought these for my girlfriend, since she before this just used a pair of earbuds that came with her iPod. I was looking for something that would deliver good sound across the range, clear detail, and reasonable soundstage. Also - had to be closed for use away from home.My personal experience is rather far-reaching - I heard almost every single model from Grado, Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic, AKG, Stax, Ultrasone, Audiotechnica. I heard some of the Bose models - but they were not even close to the same level, and Skullcandy just sounds plain bad. Most equipment is very polarized - it tends to be great with some genres/records, and horrendous with others. Other equipment - like Sennheiser HD650 can be phenomenal if you can put $2-3000 of equipment behind it. And all of this is not practical if you want one headphone to solve all your problems, and do so for reasonable amount of money. If you were a home listener, HD600 or Beyer DT880 would do, but they are open.Shure SRH840 solves this problem elegantly though: it is closed and foldable, and its sound provides uniform experience across all uses. Bass is strong but not overbearing (unlike say Bose), midrange is present, although slighly recessed. Treble is clear but not too sharp (so it isn't painful). The sound is not perfectly balanced, but really good nevertheless. Impact is great on sound effects in movies and games - and the sound is directional so you can feel immersed in the experience. They get loud on computer soundcards and TVs, and they get plenty of volume out of my mp3 player (iAudio 9).In addition - replaceable cable, which is great, because that is the part that typically breaks on all headphones. These will last you a long time. 5Shure 840 This is my first product review. I felt the need to chime in since I relied heavily on product reviews while deciding which direction to go with a couple recent headphone purchases. Also, I wanted to say what a great set of headphones the Shure 840's are. They are very well built and I find them extremely comfortable. I purchased a pair in May 2013 and have been very satisfied. I bought them for $169.99 on Amazon and thought I got a great value for my money. I saw today, they can be purchased $20 cheaper for $149.99. At this price, I would consider these headphones a remarkable value. I have found they work fine plugged into my MacBook Pro, but sound much better (louder, clearer, and improved sound when I run them thru my Audioengine D1 (DAC). I am picky when it comes to headphones and had sent back a pair of Audio Technica 500D because I felt it was a muffled sound. My other favorite headphones are the Sennheiser HD 598. Coupled with the Audioengine D1 both of these headphones sound superb, and offer distinct advantages to each other. Overall, I prefer the Sennheiser HD 598, hands down. But the Shure 840's offer everything I could have asked for at $169.99 in closed back headphone. I find myself using the Shure 840's 40% of the time, since they provide diversity to my listening experience. I gave both the Shure 840's and the Sennheiser HD 598 five star reviews. I listen to a lot of jazz artist like Charlie Parker and Cannonball Adderley. The Shure 840's gives me the sound of having a first row balcony seat while the Sennheiser HD 598's give's me the effect of being on stage. I would recommend both headphones, and think they are the best headphones at their respective price points. My other source of music are a set (two floor standing and center) B&W 703's with proper amp. I just wanted to throw that in there to show I take listening seriously and have not sacrificed cost for quality. The Sure 840's at $149.99 (or less) are a steal. 5overall good sound, good bass, heavier that it should be, unacceptable material quality and broken in one year. I use these headphones about a year. Mostly for the classical music and movies.To compare with my old Sony MDR7506, those one have a better bass, so-so similar mids and less clear highs. Overall it ok. Bass good for the organ music, violins acceptable, speech in movies are clear. Volume is good enough.The BIG difference if you use it with laptop output or headphone amplifier.I use it with the external creative card and Lehmann amp. With standard sound output, it sounds much worse.Also, it was heavier that Sony, and it was uncomfortable for the first time. Then I was adapted to the weight and its ok.However, from the $200 headphones, I expect the better build and material quality. It was used very carefully but become broken in a year. Same issue as the other people report: the plastic handle broken. Look at the picture. Plastic just cut in the middle. 3Excellent quality and sound I'm not a professional and I don't even consider myself an audiophile. Having said that, I can recognize quality when I hear it. And these headphones are pure, crystal quality. The fit is comfortable and snug. They are a little bit heavy so I don't know if i would recommend them for long (several hours) of continuous use. The construction is solid and they feel top notch. And the sound...wow. Right now I'm listening to some Zen inspired relaxation music and it feels like I have never heard the soundtrack before (even though I have listen to it many times). Highly recommended.3/26/19 Update: the sound is still amazing, no issues with materials and they are as comfy as they were when I bought them. Hands down, best headphones I have ever had. 5Amazing headphones. Your ears will thank you. Let me start off by saying I have had these headphones for around 2 years. They are great. After two years of daily use, they are still functioning perfectly, and I've never had to replace the cable or the ear pads. Most of my other headphones eventually broke after a few months which is why I decided to invest in a more expensive pair. Boy, did that ever pay off. If you've never used a pair of studio monitor headphones before, the first thing you'll notice when putting them on is how well they block out noise. They aren't active noise cancelling, but the ear padding is nice and thick and plastic body is heavy duty, so it's almost like putting on a pair of earmuffs. They have very low sound leakage, so even at high volume you won't disturb your roommate or family members. They are very well made, as I stated above I have been using mine daily with no problems whatsoever. It comes with an extra set of ear pads, and the cable is detachable. The cable appears to be a proprietary connector, so replacements would have to be ordered through Shure. It also comes with a soft pouch which the headphones fold up into. If I had to choose one word to describe the sound of these headphones, it would be...clear. After listening to these headphones it makes all the phones I've had before it sound dull and lifeless (most of them were under $50). Earbuds are laughable compared to this. This highs are crisp and clear, the mids are full and warm, and it has a nice strong low end. It isn't overly bass-ey like some headphones (cough cough beats by dre). Listening to super heavy bass tracks, it handles them nicely. It can produce sounds down to and below 30hz, at which point you just feel them vibrating against your skull. Overall they have a very balanced sound. These are amazing headphones and I would encourage anyone to pick up a pair. I have only two complaints regarding these phones (neither of which had anything to do with the headphones themselves). The first is that I have looked high and low and can't find a hardcase to fit these in. The only ones I could find that they fit in are well over $100. The second complain is that when having a high quality set of phones like these, you can really start to hear the difference between low quality and high quality mp3s. This drives me absolutely crazy because listening to low quality music really defeats the purpose of having nice headphones. Overall, I give these headphones 5 start. I would recommend to everyone. 5Perfect sound forever Wonderfully detailed and precise with jazz, classical and rock music. As a musician of 30+ years, my ears appreciate the quality of the music delivered by these cans. I use them at work almost all day and then also when mixing my own music. The bass is balanced well with the detailed highs and the mids are very warm and present. Brilliant. They are not light in weight so be prepared for that if you are not used to full sized, closed back headphones.Shure is a great audio company with a long history of solid products. Get these headphones and stop wondering if you made the right choice. 5Nice clean sound, great bass! - UPDATE The Shure SHR840 headphones are some of the best I've ever owned. Great step up from an old set of Sennheiser HD280 headphones, huge difference in sound. I compared both the Shure SRH840 and the Sennheiser HD380. Playing various types of Rock, Metal, R&B, both are very, very close sound quality, almost identical. However, after playing several bass heavy songs (try Bass Test - Feel The BASS!) seems the Sennheiser's bass is deeper, more like a subwoofer, although supposedly this is electronically enhanced. Fit wise, the Shure's fit nicely and don't put too much pressure on your head but they sit directly on your ears. The Sennheiser's fit tighter, but the cans are oval shaped and larger, which keeps them off your ears a little better. Build wise, the Shure's seem more solid, the Sennheiser's are cheaper feeling.Shure SRH840 - Great sound, smooth accurate bass, CLEANER SOUND, nice fit, solid buildSennheiser HD380 - Great sound, ENHANCED BASS, tighter fit, larger cans, less solid buildUPDATE - After a few years of using these headphones the headband piece where it connects to the ear piece has broken. Was able to contact Shure and they want $90 for a replacement headband or $100 to have them repair. It's too bad, loved these headphones but they're just not durable, and expensive to repair. 3
Shure SRH840 Professional Monitoring Headphones

Shure SRH840 Professional Monitoring Headphones

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€222,00
Sale price
€222,00
Regular price
€366,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€144,00)