Money No Object: Are The Top-End Shure E500’s Really Worth The Top-End Price?

High end audio goodies like the headphones described below sure do carry a heft price tag. But have you ever wondered if it’s really worth it?

Shure started out making in-ear headphones for musicians on stage; blocking out the audience sound and letting the artist hear what’s coming out of the mixing desk rather than what’s echoing across the stage. Equipment has to be sturdy to cope with a life on the road and Shure has a reputation for robust kit with quality sound for the professional musician who can afford to pay. Shure’s reputation has carried over to their range of headphones designed for those of us listening to music someone else has recorded; being well built and at the high end of the price list…. Source: Den Guru