Shure Announces Aonic Line Of Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Shure has announced the Aonic 50 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones and the Aonic 215 Isolating Earphones with the same design as in-ear stage monitoring.

Shure said the Aonic line offers professional performance in a wireless Bluetooth design. The Aonic 50 features 20 hour battery life, while the Aonic 215 has eight hours of battery life plus three additional full charges on the go.

Engineered from decades of studio experience, Shure said the Aonic line offers long-term value and professional performance. They use the latest Bluetooth technology and codecs, which are now able to accurately deliver high audio quality in a wireless format.

Shure said special attention was given to battery life and adjustable noise cancelling. The headphones include the ShurePlus PLAY app for iOS and Android, which enables product feature customization.

Full product details will be available when Shure launches the new line in the spring of 2020.

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