Shure’s Aonic 3 wired in-ear headphones produce a stunning performance across the board.
Shure’s first wireless, noise-cancelling headphones have lofty ambitions. Can they compete with the class-leaders?
Both the superlative, transparent Shure SE425 and established, affordable SE215 in-ears are currently on sale.
Shure launches two new pairs of headphones - including its first ever true wireless earbuds. Here's the scoop...
Looking for the most detailed sounding in-ear headphones money can buy? Shure’s KSE1200s are a great starting point.
ces 2020 Shure has revealed its new AONIC range, featuring its first true wireless earbuds and new over-ear noise-cancelling cans.
The Award-winning SE425s and their five- and four-star siblings get longer-lasting wireless connectivity.
The company will no longer make any phono products, blaming "increasingly challenging" market forces.
Shure announces wireless versions of its SE112 and SE215 in-ears and a Bluetooth accessory cable which untethers current SE models.
Best home over-ear headphones £300+, Awards 2015. Another success story for Shure, the SHR1540s are 100 per cent worthy of their price – and your attention
Put performance first, and the SE846s are superb. The trouble is finding sources good enough to do them justice
At first glance these Shure buds seem expensive, but if you've got the cash then they're worth investigating
These Shure buds have a great sense of detailing, although some may find them too analytical in their presentation