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I like Shure products, in general, but these IEMs were not what I was expecting. I wanted them for my band's live on-stage monitoring system. I have a fair bit of experience with sound so based on all of the reviews I was really hoping for a great audio rendition of our mix.
Unfortunately, these IEMs did not live up to the hype. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
The sound is tinny and hollow. I compared various other cheaper headphones that I own playing MP3 files through iphone, ipad, Macbook, etc.
Put it this way - my bluetooth ipods sound significantly better... so that's not a bar I want to aspire to for a $1,000 set of Shure 846 IEMs.
I did try a couple of different nozzle attachments to see if the ear fit was the key issue... and to some degree that was part of the problem. My right ear needs a slightly different "fit" than my left to hold the seal. And when I hold the IEMs snuggly, pressing gently inward, I can certainly hear more low end and the sound, overall, is better and fuller.
However, again, in comparing my $149 airpods, which fit relatively loosely, the Shure 846 was still lacking considerably. And I shouldn't have to hold/press inwards to get the audio experience.
I've read that if you listen to really hi-fi enhanced audio file formats you get a tremendous experience. But who is going to set up their entire library to accommodate that?
Plus, my band tried everything to adjust my on-the-floor sound and nothing worked well. Albeit a few adjustments worked better than others... but for $1,000... I really expect to be blown away.
These IEMs are no better than a traditional $100 pair of headphones. Unless I'm doing something drastically wrong?