Sure also likes wired headsets and fans of the brand, but the high-end audio brand has already embraced the essential Bluetooth accessories and includes the Shure AONIC 50 and Shure AONIC 250 with the launch of the Port AONIC range.
The devices are now focused on the consumer market in Portugal and mobilize the professional audio brand’s full experience, but they were already unveiled at CES in Las Vegas in January. The wait was long but well worth it.
The Shure AONIC 50 is the first Shure Bluetooth headphone with active sound cancellation, allowing you to actively isolate the surrounding sound.
The AONIC 50 has Bluetooth 5.0 and is compatible with the main audio codec, but the wire allows those who understand that sound has all its capabilities to listen with a cable. This battery lasts up to 20 hours.
Now, in addition to the AONIC 50, Shear has launched a real wireless headset in the form of the AONIC 215s, with Bluetooth 5.0 and an 8-hour range, for a total of 32 hours with the case. Here, too, Sure Wire fans are not left out: with virtual wireless virtual, this and other Sure models can be turned into connected headsets.
“This product’s modular design allows users to convert AONIC 215s wireless headsets into virtual wireless headsets in a matter of seconds without having to buy a second pair of headsets to access any other technology,” said director of global product management at Shure. “If you want to switch between wireless listening from your phone and connecting a cable to a laptop for a video call, you just have to press a button, so we protect the high quality audio functionality.”
Finally, the ShurePlus Play app allows you to change the volume levels, in addition to playing high-definition audio to get the most out of Sure.