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    Matīss

    We are looking into adding SE535 to the list, but we'll have to do some extensive testing since quality of in-ear profiles vary oh so much depending on the seal end user has for the earphones.

    If SE425 are requested enough times, we'll definitely look into adding this model as well as soon as possible!

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    Alexander Ryaboy

    +1 for SE425

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    Alfonso Bellver

    +1 too

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    John Norris

    The 535 profile is available for True-Fi, although I don't think it's all that accurate.  Try using some of the other profiles that be complementary to the 535's.  The Focal Elear Average sounds good to me, as does the Audeze LCD-X.  Try a few different ones and see which ones sound good.  Let us know!

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    Sergey Krinichniy

    +1 for SE425, please, I will be very grateful to you)
    about the difference in sound, tested a couple of models, everything is almost the same..)

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    John Norris

    Very true, seal makes a huge difference.  I asked about these models because I see you have a profile for the Shure SE215.

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    Matthew Barba

    +1 for SE425 that would be super helpful! A popular IEM choice for many, I'm sure.

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    John Norris

    To be honest, I ditched Sonaworks due to the dearth of new headphones being added.  It's been almost 3 years since the SE425 was initially requested.  Now, seeing that the new SoundID version is a subscription-based product, I will never go back.  I installed a Schiit Loki between the DAC and headphone amp and never looked back.

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    Kārlis Stenders (Edited )

    Hi everyone! Here are the answers to your questions:

     

    • SoundID Reference is not a subscription service, it is still a perpetual license model (one-time purchase). See details and pricing here: Sonarworks Store. Due to popular user demand, we are also looking into a subscription model as an alternative,(not available yet). It turns out that a lot of users actually prefer a subscription model. The regular perpetual license model will always remain available.
    • New headphone models are added all the time (every couple of months or so), we have added 30+ new profiles in both Reference 4 and SoundID Reference this year. The full list of supported models is always available to check here: Supported headphones
    • We have also finally released some models from the Shure SE series along with 147 other new profiles (mostly in-ears) in SoundID Reference. These profiles are labeled 'For listening', learn more here: For listening - new headphone profiles in SoundID Reference

     

    I hope this helps, thank you!

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