Fans of dance might like these energetic cans, but we're not so impressed
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Shure's SRH range of professional headphones claims to be the first choice for "music obsessives."Well, as far as the SRH440s are concerned, we would position them slightly further down their pecking order.Fans of dance will be impressed by the energetic sound: there's power aplenty, but at the expense of refinement and subtlety.Their one-dimensional approach and the lack of natural finesse means they struggle to keep you interested.
ForPower aplentyAgainstLack refinement and subtlety; one dimensional
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