Shure SE215 In-Ear Monitor (SE215-CL) (Clear)

Single Dynamic Driver

4.3 out of 5 stars

What's in the box:

  • Shure SE215 Sound-Isolating In-Ear Stereo Earphones (Clear)
  • 3 x Pairs of Flex Sleeves (S/M/L)
  • 3 x Pairs of Black Foam Sleeves (S/M/L)
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty

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Shure's SE215 sound isolating earphones are an outstanding choice if you're looking to get into the world of in-ear monitors or to add a second pair of IEMs to your setup without blowing your budget while still getting great audio quality and isolation. These single-driver in-ear monitors feature Shure's Dynamic MicroDriver technology which deliver detailed sound with enhanced bass, so you'll hear every part of the monitor mix come through without compromise. The CL model of the SE215 offers a clear, see-through housing. The included sleeves also provide you with up to 37 dB of ambient noise reduction, to block out extraneous noise to keep distractions to a minimum while using your SE215 in-ear monitors.


  • Sound isolating design blocks up to 37 dB of ambient noise using included sound isolating sleeves
  • Lightweight, low-profile shape with optimized nozzle angle is designed to rest comfortably in the ear
  • Formable wire with over-the-ear configuration keeps cables out of the way
  • Durable Kevlar-reinforced cable allows easy replacement or customization
  • Gold-plated MMCX connector has a lock-snap mechanism allowing 360° rotation for comfortable fit
  • Included Fit Kit comes with three different-sized pairs (S, M, L) of flex and black foam sleeves

Specifications for the Shure SE215 In-Ear Monitor

{ "Driver" : "Single", "Sensitivity" : "107 dB SPL / mW", "Impedance (nominal, 1 kHz)" : "17 Ohms", "Frequency Range" : "22 Hz - 17.5 kHz", "Cable" : "Detachable 64" (162 cm) cable with wireform fit", "Color" : "Clear" }

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Jon Marx - Marx Music Studio
This is my preferred entry level product when introducing clients to in-ear monitoring. It delivers a pristine full range of sound while offering much better protection than regular store bought buds. If I can get a client to take this leap and enjoy it, I know that I have helped protect their hearing as well as shown them how to begin discerning good sound.

John McDermott - The Well Community Church, Modesto
Great entry level IEM for vocalists. Good sound isolation and comfort. They double (with the Bluetooth cable) for music listening as well!

Stephen Lund
These are a great basic "pro" earbud. That is to say, they are way better than the standard earbuds that come with phones and devices. But of course, they're not as good as the models that cost quite a bit more.

The in-ear type provides good isolation from other noise. However, if you haven't used "in-ear" type before, it takes a little getting used to. Isolation from other noise also means you can't hear the audience and such.

I will say that the grey tips are pointless IMO. To get a good sound, you need to have a solid, tight fit *in* the ear. So the default black tips do a much better job. In fact, these sound even better if you get the optional yellow foam or my favorite, triple white flange tips.

Earbuds are about audio - how do they sound: These are fairly neutral. A bit of boost in the low end or maybe a little low in the high highs. These are good for any musician but probably best for keyboardists and other instruments looking for the full sound range. They are clear enough, but after using the sister se315 and up, I find the se215 highs to be a slight bit dull. And that gets to the point: for the price, these are great buds. There are other options in the class and it really depends on what flavor you like. You get what you pay for if you move up from the se215's. But as with most professional tools, the price increases exponentially for relatively slight increases in quality. So unless you've got a bigger budget, the se215's are a great place to start.