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Shure has gained notoriety for making studio earphones that catch everyone's eye, and we've said as a lot throughout the years dependent on our encounters with items like the SRH1540 and the SRH750DJ.
Shure Aonic 50 headphones

With the arrival of the $400 Aonic 50 remote earphones, Shure has taken on another test: Finding strong balance in a field that is now intensely populated by excellent items. With the Aonic 50, Shure inclined toward what it knows best – making unbelievable sounding earphones – and managed on different highlights. The outcome is an item that may not separate itself totally from contenders, yet one that absolutely made some breathing room.

Out of the container

I've been utilizing these earphones for phone calls since numerous individuals around the globe started telecommuting. At the point when it came time to survey them, I needed to scrounge through my home workspace to discover the container for the Aonic 50 since, well, I was unable to recall what it resembled.

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What I discovered was a roundabout bundle with the earphones and their conveying case situated cozily inside. Included with the jars — which are accessible in dark or earthy colored trims — are a 3.5mm sound link, a snappy beginning aide and manual, and a USB-C charging link. Standard adornments, sure, yet significant no different.

Whichever way you go, associating (and remaining associated) is basic. The included sound link takes into consideration connecting to a PC, or any of the rest of the gadgets that despite everything have an earphone jack, and listening inactively without turning the earphones on.

Bluetooth is likewise straightforward, as the Aonic 50 consequently enter matching mode when you press the force button at the base of the correct earphone cup. The Aonic 50 element Bluetooth 5 innovation — with help for codecs like aptX, aptX HD, AAC, LDAC and SBC — and I can vouch that associating wasn't an issue during the over 30 hours of remote listening I've spent trying out them.


Look. I don't have to reveal to you that, with regards to being effectively versatile and travel-accommodating, earbuds are regularly a superior alternative. Earphones are dispassionately heavier, greater, and all the more a problem to pull around.

Disclaimer off the beaten path, the Aonic 50 are a lot of splendidly versatile earphones. Shure figured out how to discover an intersection between strong, adaptable, and agreeable in its structure of these jars. While not indestructible, they feel solid. While not weightless, their size feels appropriated well over the whole fit. While not completely foldable, the cups can flip 90 degrees to permit the earphones to fit level into their conveying case.

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The earpads and the adjustable foam with which they're sketched out give the sort of solace you'd trust in a $400 pair of earphones, and the controls remembered for the correct cup were anything but difficult to work once I submitted their precise areas along the cup to memory. I despite everything don't have a clue whether I would pick these over a lot of earbuds to drag along for a day by day drive, yet they were bounty agreeable for long pooch strolls and an end of the week of tasks.


In any event, for a brand so exceptionally touted for its sound quality, it's insufficient to simply incline toward strong sound nowadays. As opposed to the Aonic 215, Shure's remote headphones that appeared nearby the Aonic 50, these earphones accompany highlights that can help legitimize their retail cost. You can in any case show signs of improvement highlights for the money you'd spend, however these earphones demonstrate they have a place at the table.

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Shure guarantees as long as 20 hours of battery life, with the "up to" segment of that express reliant on how noisy you wrench the volume and how much commotion you're counteracting. I've needed to charge these precisely once in the time I've utilized them, and when I did, an hour associated with an outlet got me 88 percent battery life. These would get you through numerous workdays or crosscountry flights without a hiccup.

As referenced, Shure has constructed the vast majority of the controls into that correct earphone cup. Side catches changes the volume and an inside catch offers a wide assortment of employments, including rearranging through tracks, noting calls, and enacting a voice aide. There's additionally a switch that permits you to explore between Shure's condition mode, unbiased mode, and dynamic clamor undoing. It's everything there, and they're anything but difficult to utilize.

The issue that Shure runs into — through no issue of its own, truly — is that I'm committed to evaluate the Aonic 50 against our dominant champs in not one, yet three earphone classes. The Sony WH-1000XM3 are our preferred commotion dropping jars, remote earphones, and earphones when all is said in done. At the point when you begin to put the $400 Shure earphones next to each other with the Sony – which had retailed for $350 yet can presently be gotten for $300 – the Aonic 50 begin to look like to a lesser degree a deal.

The Sony model highlights 30 hours of battery life in a solitary charge, putting Shure at a noteworthy drawback in spite of being the pricier model. Past that, despite the fact that I loved utilizing Shure's incorporated controls, Sony has had different models to refine its orders, and it appears.

This is all to state, in case you're investigating the Shures, it won't be a result of their highlights. Honestly, they're acceptable, yet decent at a value that ought to in any event be hitting birdies. In case you're paying for the Aonic 50, you're paying for sound quality.

Sound quality

I can discuss the battery life and controls of the Aonic 50 for a long time, however at its center, sound is Shure's meat and potatoes. Their cost will make most ask a great deal from the sound nature of these jars, and have confidence, they convey.

Shure Aonic 50

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I had the chance to test the Aonic 215 headphones not long before proceeding onward to these earphones, and the most noteworthy defect I found with its sound was the nonappearance of satisfactory bass. It's as a matter of fact in any event halfway close to home inclination, however it's difficult to imitate a track the manner in which it was intended to sound without rounding out the whole range.

The Aonic 50, with their 50mm drivers and a recurrence reaction scope of 20 Hz to 22,000 Hz, dealt with this. The low end doesn't overwhelm you; it hits that sweet spot, where the bass makes its quality known liberated from mutilation. Rum by Brothers Osborne had the power I had recently missed. Heavier tracks, similar to Post Malone's Enemies, didn't avoid a beat.

Obviously, it's not about the bass. Melodies like Stuck In The Middle With You by Stealers Wheel exhibited mind blowing sound system imaging. What's more, truly, I can't tune in to that tune without considering Reservoir Dogs, either.

Different choices, similar to an acoustic adaptation of Peter Frampton's Baby, I Love Your Way, was a vivid excursion that really seemed like Frampton himself was belting and culling ceaselessly in my family room. On the off chance that the image isn't sufficiently clear yet, these things sound wonderful.

Clamor scratch-off ability

The dynamic clamor scratch-off incorporated with the Aonic 50, and the pair of highlights that accompany it, are strong, however perhaps not as significant as you'd expect in a couple of premium earphones. With comparing flips of the switch on the correct cup, you pick between three modes. Ecological mode pipes in clamor from your environment; nonpartisan mode speaks to the center ground, depending on the earphones' normal commotion disengagement capacities; and dynamic clamor scratch-off, well, needn't bother with much clarification.

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I saw the ANC as successful. I had the option to for the most part overwhelm yelping hounds as I worked, and as I ventured into my terrace for outside air, the neighbor cutting gardens nearby was only a black out snarl out of sight. There is a similarity to repetitive sound ANC on, however I just saw it in calmer settings.

Shure's free ShurePlus Play application presents the capacity to modify both natural mode and dynamic clamor crossing out, contingent upon which highlight you're utilizing right now. The application additionally has an equalizer to tune the sound of the earphones, however on the off chance that you ask me, the Aonic 50 has a perfect sound signature with no guarantees.

The single issue I can take with the clamor undoing highlights of the Aonic 50 is that they simply aren't extraordinary. What's more, when you're evaluated to go up against brilliant clamor dropping earphones like the Bose 700, you should be unique to separate yourself.

Our Take

Shure's Aonic 50 earphones are a portion of the better-sounding jars you can discover, and there's nothing impartially amiss with the highlights they offer. Be that as it may, they're costly, and keeping in mind that they're fine commotion dropping units, they simply aren't tantamount to a $400 value point would propose they'd be.

Are there better other options?

It is hard to track down something right now that sounds essentially better. As far as highlights and dynamic clamor abrogation, however, you can burn through $100 less and not miss much with the Sony WH-1000XM3. Or then again, address a similar cost and do without some stable quality for improved ANC with the Bose 700.

To what extent will it last?

The Aonic 50 feel very sturdy and are supported by a brand that has been busy for almost a century. These earphones are going to last.

Would it be a good idea for you to get it?

On the off chance that sound quality is foremost to you, and variables like highlights and clamor undoing take a rearward sitting arrangement, yes. Purchase the Shure Aonic 50 – you will love it. However, on the off chance that a less expensive, all the more balanced item seems like nearer to some tea, purchase the Sony WH-1000XM3 and don't think back.