The headset brand Shure unveiled its true wireless headset Aonic 215 and wireless noise-cancelling headset Aonic 50 at CES 2020, marking the brand’s first foray into the high-end consumer wireless headset market. The Aonic 215 is based on Shure’s award-winning, economical SE215 earbud upgrade, turning the original wired headset into a wall-to-ear wireless headset.
According to reports, the Aonic 215 can play up to 8 hours of music on a single charge, and the included charging case provides three full charges for the earbuds for up to 24 hours of battery life.
Although the Aonic 215 does not have active noise reduction, its earbud material helps to isolate outside noise, in addition to its support for environmental mode, after switching can be heard outside sound, in some scenes is still relatively convenient.
The Aonic 50 is a high-end product that Shure hopes to replace the XM3 as the prime standard for headphone noise reduction. It provides active noise reduction and adjusts the ANC and the environment patterns mentioned earlier. The headset lasts 20 hours after a single charge and performs well.
The Schure Aonic 215 sells for $279. The Aonic 50 costs $399, and both headphones are available this spring.