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Shure SRH440

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Overall 7

Review: Shure SRH440

5 April 2012
  • Excerpt: Shure has been a fixture in studios for decades. So it should come as little surprise that the SRH440 skews more towards a neutral tonal balance. But while the similarly signatured 280 sounded dull, distant, and tinny with certain genres of music, the Shure’s sparkling highs, well-balanced mids, and tight bass translated into a much warmer, more inviting overall sound.
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Shure SRH440 Headphones (Playback 34)

14 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Playback was suitably impressed when we reviewed Shure’s SRH840 headphones last year. The 840s set a benchmark for under $250 headphone performance, though of course Grado ‘phones, for very different sonic reasons, also hold a warm spot in our value-oriented hearts. When Shure recently introduced the even lower priced SRH440, at half the price of the 840s ($125), we wanted to get them into the lab as soon as we could.
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Overall 7

Shure SRH440

18 June 2011
  • Summary: The Shure SRH440 headphones might not appeal to people who use higher-end equipment or who want skull-shattering bass, but as a step into the world of home studio recording, they sound great with a wide range of musical genres--and the price is right.
  • Pros: Audio is clean and exceptionally balanced; ideal for home studio recording, but also great for general listening; detachable, replaceable cable; affordable price.
  • Cons: Overall retro and plastic design; clunky cable weighs down the headset; uncomfortable for long-term use; exposed small wires running from the headband to the earcup.
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Overall 7

Shure SRH440

PC Authority
27 May 2011
  • Summary: Fans of dance might like these energetic cans, but we're not so impressed
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Overall 9
Value for money 9
Features 10
Sound 10
Usability 10

Shure SRH840 and SRH440 Mixing & Monitoring Headphones
5 September 2010
  • Excerpt: A great set of cans is essential whether you spend a lot of time in the studio or play drums live to a click-track. A relative newcomer to the professional headphone space, Shure has taken their expertise with in-ear monitoring and microphones and applied it to this essential area of sound reproduction.
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Overall 8

Shure SRH440 Professional Studio Headphones

PC Magazine
28 August 2010
  • Conclusion: The Shure SRH440 sounds fantastic with a wide range of musical genres—and the price is right for artists recording in a studio and music lovers alike.
  • Pros: Strong bass response and crisp highs. Ideal for recording, but also great for general listening. Detachable, replaceable cable.
  • Cons: Can be uncomfortable when worn for long periods.
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SRH 440 Headphones

Music Tech Magazine
18 December 2009
  • Excerpt: It always pays to check your mixes using a decent pair of headphones as you’ll often hear nuances that are missed when listening through your main monitors. Shure’s new SRH 440s feature 40mm neodynamic drivers optimised for general listening and monitoring and have been finetuned to deliver accurate audio reproduction from 10–22,000Hz.
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Comparatif Shure SRH840 vs. SRH440

Generation mp3
18 June 2011
  • Conclusion: Le srh440 est un jeune très prometteur, qui aimerait pouvoir être le meilleur partout. L’énergie qu’il dégage est impressionnante mais il en oublie de laisser parler la douceur et s’envole parfois sans se contrôler.Le srh840 est lui un vieux sage. N’ayant pas l’énergie de son petit frère, c’est un casque qui accepte le compromis pour donner le meilleur à quelques styles élus.
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Takstar Pro 80 & Shure SRH440
22 January 2014

Test: Shure SRH 440 professioneller, aber günstiger Studio-Kopfhörer
1 August 2013
  • Conclusion: Wenn es auch einige Kleinigkeiten gibt, die uns nicht ganz so gut gefallen haben ist der Shure SRH 440 ein sehr solider Studio-Kopfhörer. Das lineare und klare Klangbild überzeugt, liegt aber etwas unter dem hohen Niveau von teureren Kopfhörern. Dennoch machen ihn der Gesamteindruck und der attraktive Preis zu einem guten Angebot. Mit 99€ liegt dieser im unteren Segment für hochqualitative Kopfhörer. Wir empfehlen: Probetragen, Probehören und selbst überzeugen.
  • Pros: klanglich Gut. Linear, recht klar und mit Details, gute Verarbeitung, attraktiver Preis
  • Cons: Etwas wenig Druck im Tiefen Bassbereich, Ohrpolster und Bügelpolster etwas zu dünn.
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