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.


The latest reviews: Shure

Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 1 year 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.


Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 1 year 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...


Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 3 years ago

Shure SE 535 Wireless

Noise-Isolating In-Ears with New Bluetooth Connectivity

These in-ears from Shure’s SE series come updated with new wireless technology. From now on, these dependable headphones can work wirelessly thanks to Bluetooth connectivity.


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Editor's recommendations: Shure

These headphones come with high recommendation thanks to their superior sound. Apart from the impressive bass range, the sound in general is exemplary. With a premium purchase price to consider, the SRH1540 is no casual investment, but those seeking something that will deliver the results in sound production they’re after will find plenty to enjoy here.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 22. August 2017

The Shure SE846 makes a big promise of well-appointed in-ears with professional applications, while also ensuring those after everyday audio enjoyment are catered for. First-rate workmanship, not to mention an immense range of accessories, make these earphones a fun and flexible choice, especially for the purchase price. Noise cancellation and wearing comfort are also top of the class, while the adjustment possibilities of the frequency range means these in-ears can cope with almost any playback situation and musical genre. If you want to treat your ears to real sound luxury and have the funds to make the purchase, the Shure SE846 is a worthwhile consideration.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 27. March 2017

These SRH1840 monitoring headphones from Shure are a top-tier model for those looking toward the high-end of audio enjoyment. If you’re willing to make the investment, you won’t have much to be disappointed about when these land on your doorstep. Expect a very natural sound as standard, and marvel at the magnificent levels of workmanship on display. Genuine quality deserves a price to match, after all.

Mark Ziebarth 8. June 2016