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Shure

Traditional manufacturer with a late penchant for headphones

As a headphone brand, quite young, Shure is one of the big names in the audio world. Founded in 1925, Shure was especially famous for its microphones, until in-ear monitors for musicians were added in the late 1990s . Then the SRH series was developed in 2009, which immediately made a name for itself among musicians and in the studio business.

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The latest reviews: Shure

In-Ear by Carsten Kaiser 2 years ago

Shure SE846 Gen 2 High-end in-ears with customisable sound

With the Shure SE846 Gen 2, the new generation of the successful high-end in-ear model is waiting in the wings.

4.9

Studio by Carsten Kaiser 2 years ago

Shure SRH440A Closed-back headphones for home recording and voice applications

As the successor to the tried-and-tested Shure SRH440 headphone model, the Shure SRH440A takes things to a new level of performance for home recording and podcasting.

3.8

Studio by Carsten Kaiser 2 years ago

Shure SRH840A New edition of the closed studio headphones with warm and powerful sound

For the SRH840A Shure promise full bass, detailed midrange and a wide-ranging treble reproduction. The first two of these points were confirmed in our practical test. The overall warm and powerful sound characterises the reproduction of these headphones.

3.9

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 3 years ago

Shure Aonic Free Personalisable True Wireless in-ears with neutral basic sound

The wireless Shure Aonic Free in-ears feature versatile functionality and can be flexibly adapted to one's own needs via connection to an app. This applies to both the sound and the operation, as well as the amplification of external noise in ambient mode.

4.3

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 3 years ago

Shure Aonic 215 Gen 2 True-wireless headphones for sports with a very good fit and convincing sound quality

If you're comfortable with true-wireless headphones that use an over-ear hook, then the Shure Aonic 215 Gen 2 is attractively priced, sports-ready in-ears with convincing sound quality. What's more, they can be converted to wired operation for high-resolution music listening away from compressed Bluetooth signals.

4.1

Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 4 years ago

Shure Aonic 50 Wireless over-ear with Noise Cancelling

The closed circumaural Shure Aonic 50 are a pair of wireless headphones with Active Noise Cancelling which have been designed to provide studio sound in the upper mid-range. We've checked them out to see if they succeed in doing this.

4.6

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 4 years ago

Shure Aonic 215 High-quality True-Wireless headphones with Bluetooth 5.0 and secure over-ear fit

Shure are known as one of the premier manufacturers in the field of professional in-ear technology. However, their current model, the True-Wireless Aonic 215, is aimed at the consumer market. These headphones are targeted at demanding listeners who are looking for a True Wireless solution...

3.8
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