Shure KSE1500 electrostatic in-ear headphone $3,000 Review

March 28, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“The Shure amp-digital converter build quality feels robust. The headphone’s Kevlar-reinforced cable is thicker, stiffer and heavier than most in-ear headphone cables, and it’s definitely not user-replaceable. Maximum playtime for the KSE1500’s Lithium-Ion battery is 10 hours. The converter’s maximum resolution is limited to 96-kHz (24-bit) PCM files — nowhere as high-resolution as what’s available from Astell & Kern or FiiO music players. Shure includes a handsome leather case for the amp-converter.”

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