What is the difference between the Shure SCL5 (a.k.a. E5C or E5) and the Shure SE530?

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A. The main difference between the SCL5 and SE530 is the amount of microdrivers in each. The SCL5 has two while the SE530 has three. Sound separation and clarity is obviously greater on the SE530. Both can be used by musicians. The difference being
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The main difference between the SCL5 and SE530 is the amount of microdrivers in each. The SCL5 has two while the SE530 has three. Sound separation and clarity is obviously greater
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That really depends on what you're looking for in your music. The E5's would take care of the highs and mids nicely, but especially the bass because of the dual drivers it uses..
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Shure's SE Models offer a number of unique attributes including new sound signatures, modularity, style and ergonomics:
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