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Shure Introduces DAC/Amplifier Cables for its Earphones

At CES in Las Vegas, Shure has introduced two Remote + Mic Lightning Accessory Cables feauring a premium inline DAC and stereo headphone amplifier for use with any iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod) with a Lightning connector.

The Shure cables employ the Apple-certified Lightning Audio Module, three-button remote and mic and the Shure Remote + Mic Lighting Accessory Cable in a single product.

Shure RMCE-LTG cable

Shure RMCE-LTG cable

The Remote + Mic Lightning Accessory Cable (RMCE-LTG) has MMCX connectors, providing digital iOS compatibility for all detachable SE Sound Isolating earphones.

“With current and future generations of iOS devices eliminating the 3.5mm headphone jack, the new Lightning Accessory cable provides a superior iOS digital audio solution, enabling Shure earphone users to get the most out of their music,” said Sean Sullivan, senior product manager at Shure

Shure RMCE cable

Shure RMCE cable

Shure also announced a new Remote + Mic Accessory Cable (RMCE) designed for detachable SE earphones and Apple iOS devices with 3.5mm TRRS connectors. This cable features a three-button remote/mic pod that enables listeners to control device playback, volume and the sending/receiving of calls.

Both cables work with Shure models SE215, SE315, SE425, SE535 and SE846. The Remote + Mic Accessory Cable (RMCE) has a retail price of $29.99 and will start shipping in February, 2017. The Remote + Mic Lightning Accessory Cable (RMCE-LTG) has a retail price of $99.99 and will be available spring of 2017. 

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