Shure announced two new Bluetooth wireless earphones today. They happen to be the first-ever Bluetooth earphones that the company has ever made. The new models have been added to the company’s popular SE Sound Isolating Earphone lineup. The Wireless SE112 and SE215 models promise the detailed sound experience that Shure products are known for. The company claims that the sound isolating design “blocks up to 37dB of outside noise.”
“As media consumption continues to go mobile, we are thrilled to answer the requests of our customers by offering these new wireless options, featuring the audio quality and durability Shure is known for,” said Matt Engstrom, Senior Category Director at Shure.
Both wireless models promise up to eight hours of battery life and 30 feet of range. The SE215 Bluetooth wireless earphones feature a detachable cable like Shure’s more expensive models. This cable connects the two earbuds.
The Shure SE215 Bluetooth earphones are available immediately. They are available for purchase in clear, translucent black, translucent blue, or white colors for $149.
Shure’s entry-level SE112 Bluetooth earphones have a fixed cable and are only offered in black. According to the company, they provide “big sound.” They’re being sold for $99.
Both earphones have multi-point pairing capability which enables users to pair up to two devices simultaneously for seamless transitions between different environments.
Shure’s first-ever Bluetooth wireless earphones are available for purchase starting today at Amazon, B&H, InMotion, Sweetwater, and other Authorized Shure retailers.