Shure has added three entry-level products to its line of SRH headphones, the SRH144, SRH145, and the SRH145m+, which comes with a remote and a mic. Shure also introduced the SE112m+ sound-isolating earphones with remote and mic, which combine the fixed-cable design of the SE112 sound-isolating earphones with an inline remote and mic for seamless control of any Apple iOS device.
The SRH144, SRH145, and SRH145m+ headphones offer high-fidelity audio in portable, low-profile designs. The SRH144 semi-open headphones are said to deliver natural-sound reproduction with extended range and enhanced high-frequency response. The on-ear design includes a dark-gray finish and is lightweight and collapsible. Built for long-lasting comfort, the headphones feature adjustable ear cups and a padded headband. List price is $39.
SRH145 portable headphones are said to provide deep, rich bass with a full-range sound. The closed-back, on-ear design provides external sound isolation. Offering a combination of durability and comfort, the collapsible design with adjustable ear cups and padded headband ensure comfort and ergonomic fit. List price is $39.
SRH145m+ portable headphones with remote and mic are compatible with Apple iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. Featuring the same audio quality and collapsible design of the SRH145, the SRH145m+ features an inline remote and mic for advanced controls. List price is $49.
New to the award-winning Shure SE earphone line is the SE112m+ sound-isolating earphones with remote and mic. Using the inline remote, users can pause and play audio and video content, answer and end calls, and adjust volume levels. List price is $59.
“Anyone can listen to or create music wherever and whenever they want,” said Matt Engstrom, listening category director at Shure. “These four new products are designed for people seeking a high-quality listening experience anywhere. We’ve evolved the shapes and sizes of these products to fit on-the-go use, but we kept the accuracy and balance of sound that has been the trademark of Shure for almost nine decades. Whether you’re listening to or making music, we want to help you make it sound good.”
For more information about the new headphones, please visit www.shure.com.