Shure SE102 review

They might look a tad strange, but these in-ear Shure's are sonically awesome Tested at £75.00

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Our Verdict

Not the most promising looks, but the Shures are assured music-makers

For

  • Open, balanced and engaging

Against

  • Not the greatest lookers

‘Chunky' is the word we'll be using here.

A chunky cord and chunky driver enclosures distinguish the Shure SE102s, but they're comfortable
enough and not all that heavy.

Sound is chunky too – to an extent.

Low frequencies are robust but not overblown, and there's excellent detail retrieved, in the midrange particularly.

Open, balanced and poised, the SE102s are a composed and engaging listen – they're expressive and involving enough to make the best of whatever you choose to play through them.

On balance, in fact, ‘poised' is the word that best applies

Specifications

General Information

Product NameShure SE102