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Shure launches new line of detachable SE sound isolating earphones

The new line of headphones have enhanced features that provide high-quality audio, improved wireless battery life, and the option to switch between wireless or wired listening

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Shure has announced today that its new line of detachable SE Sound Isolating Earphones is now available with enhanced features that provide high-quality audio, improved wireless battery life, and the option to switch between wireless or wired listening. 

The Sound Isolating design eliminates outside noise. The headphone amplifier provides lower noise and distortion while maintaining frequency response and supporting popular audio codecs, including Qualcomm aptX audio, aptX HD, aptX Low Latency, AAC, and SBC. Retaining a wireless range of up to 30 feet, the SE line maintains quality even from a distance.

The over-the-ear design ensures the earphones stay in place, and the Sound Isolating design features a fit kit with a variety of sleeves for a custom fit that can block up to 37 dB of outside noise for immersive listening.

“Not only do professional musicians use Shure earphones, but they trust Shure microphones and other Shure audio equipment to record and perform live,” said Sean Sullivan, associate director of global product management at Shure. “From the performer’s voice and the instrument’s sound to the listener’s ears, the complete end-to-end audio experience starts and ends with Shure.”

The wireless option has been upgraded, offering up to ten hours of sound when paired with any Bluetooth-enabled device – a 25 per cent improvement over the previous version.

The company’s established line of SE earphones now includes Shure’s High-Resolution Bluetooth 5 Earphone Communication Cable (RMCE-BT2), meaning listeners can transform from wired to wireless via the SE earphone solution of their choice.

“Our SE earphones have long been a staple for artists, musicians, and music lovers all over the world. In recent years, we’ve worked to elevate this product line even further, prioritising wireless connectivity and features that mobile listeners want,” added Sullivan. “We understand modern-day situations like lengthy flights and commutes can interfere with long-lasting wireless listening, which is why we offer a solution to go from wireless to wired. With a quick twist of the earphones, listeners have multiple options that help them stay connected no matter the device or situation.”

The flexibility of the SE line of earphones extends into calling features. The inline microphone and three-button remote ensures clarity for calls and voice prompts and provides volume and playback control.

Shure has various options in its SE line based on listening preferences and colour choices.

SE215 Wireless Sound Isolating Earphones provide clear sound and deep bass in an over-the-ear design with detachable cable and choice of sleeves. 

SE425 Wireless Sound Isolating Earphones feature dual high-definition drivers for an accurate, balanced sound. 

SE535 Wireless Sound Isolating Earphones feature triple high-definition drivers for spacious sound and rich bass. 

SE846 Wireless Sound Isolating Earphones feature four high-definition drivers for extended clarity and a low-pass filter for true subwoofer performance. 

Shure’s updated SE Sound Isolating Earphones are available now. All models are now available on www.shure.com and at participating authorised dealers.  

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