Until recently, Shure’s range of compact wireless headphones could be found in several models. All of them sat perfectly in the ears and were suitable for active sports. The headsets were held “in the right position” with earhooks. However, in the new model, which was called Aonic Free, the manufacturer decided to abandon this element.
At the same time, the company claims that the novelty will also sit securely in the ears. This will help a special design and interchangeable ear pads. The latter also provide good sound insulation from external noise.
There is no active noise cancellation system in the novelty. The manufacturer notes that the special design of the ear cushions allows you to cut off various sounds with a volume of up to 37 dB. At the same time, Aonic Free has its own analogue of the transparency mode. The new headphones from Shure have a lot of settings. In a proprietary application, users will be able to adjust the equalizer and change the sound by selecting one of the pre-created presets.
As for autonomy, Aonic Free can work up to 7 hours in music playback mode. A branded case will add another 20 hours of battery life to this value.
You can order Aonic Free on the official website of the manufacturer. The price of the novelty is $199.
A source: Shure