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Shure SRH1440 Open-back Pro Studio Headphones Reviews

5.0 stars based on 5 customer reviews
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  • from United States April 3, 2014Music Background:
    Musician; ever learning.

    I could have paid more, but why?

    The Shure SRH1440 Pro open-back headphones are simply amazing. I never fully appreciated the depth, clarity and range that my Yamaha Arias could produce until I heard the sound through these headphones. Well worth the money.

  • from Houston,TX September 26, 2013Music Background:
    HIP HOP

    SHURE 1440

    HEAR EVERYTHING WITH THESE CANS. MONEY WELL SPENT.

  • from NJ February 7, 2013Music Background:
    Musician, Recording Artist, IT Professional.

    Awesome

    Couldn't be a more level freq range. Exactly what a reference pair of headphones should be. NOTE -- these are reference headphones and I wouldn't recommend them for normal listening. You won't get any standouts without an equalizer...you can hear everything across the entire range. Pops, hisses, etc. Bass is not boomy... everything is level level level. Enjoy!

  • from Los Angeles April 18, 2012Music Background:
    Piano, guitar, horn

    Shure SRH-1440 Stereo Headphone review

    The SRH-1440 sounds like a SRH-1840 from lows to mids, but sounds like a SRH-940 in the highs -- but overall very similar to the 1840 except for the brightness. Enter the spare earpads. Using the thin foams from 2 pairs of earpads and inserting those into the earcups, the 1440 now sounds like an 1840 (not that Shure planned on that). Either way the sound is top-notch, the build quality is excellent, looks great -- a very good value.

  • from San Francisco, CA October 15, 2015Music Background:
    Producer and Engineer (soundcloud.com/bewhorse)

    The Truth

    I own 3 pairs of headphones, VMODA M100's, Audio Technica M50X's, and these. I do most of my mixing on my M50X's and M100's, but these are my go to headphones for when making final mix decisions and mastering. These are not fun headphones, there big, and extremely flat. But what they offer is the truth, what I mix on these comes out the same on my professional monitors. You don't feel the bass with these but you can clearly hear them and compare them to the rest of the mix. If your going to buy these headphones just for listening pleasure, I wouldn't recommend them, but if you live in the city and can't use your monitors all the time or at all, these are a god send for those moments.

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