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Shure Aonic Free True Wireless EarBuds offer a lot of sound quality and longer battery life

With the Aonic Free, the well-known studio brand Shure has presented its first true wireless Bluetooth earbuds, which are primarily about good audio quality and individualization of sound and control using an app. As a bonus, the new Bluetooth earphone features a practical automatic environment mode and quite long runtimes.

Shure Aonic Free true wireless Bluetooth earphone

Shure is an institution as a manufacturer of studio microphones and headphones, but to date, there have been no truly wireless Bluetooth headphones from the brand, the Aonic 215, which is now also available in a second generation, also used a separate true wireless earbud. Wireless adapter that you put behind your ears, maybe a little getting used to.

In this respect, the Aonic Free, which is now officially introduced for $199, is the manufacturer’s first true Bluetooth Wireless headset, and that too does not look quite as chic and small as the true wireless earphones of many competitors. Active noise cancellation (ANC) is also not on board, although Shure promises a high level of passive sound isolating from outside noise thanks to the compliant foam earplugs in three sizes.

The manufacturer focuses on audio quality and configuration options. Not only can all control options be individualized in the Shure Play app, but the sound “in studio quality with deep bass” can also be adjusted via an EQ and saved as presets in the headphones. Another exciting feature of the Shure Bluetooth earphone is an automatic environment mode, which optionally automatically amplifies outside noises when music playback is stopped, as praised in a first test by PC Mag (we haven’t found any more at the moment).

The tester also promises very good audio quality for the price, although the lack of IP certification against water and sweat as well as the clunky design of the USB-C charging cradle and the earbuds themselves are mentioned as points of criticism. The former also does not support wireless charging but offers 14 hours of runtime in addition to the 7 hours of the earphones themselves. In terms of Bluetooth 5 codecs, aptx, AAC, and SBC are mentioned, PC Mag also mentions aptX HD.

Shure Aonic Free price and availability

The True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds are available immediately in the,, and online stores for $199.

Shure Aonic Free true wireless Bluetooth earphone

Recently, Marshall brings new true wireless earbuds to the market with the Minor III. These concentrate on the essentials, but can still come up with 25 hours of gaming time. The new Marshall headphone Minor III features Active Noise Canceling, however, coming with a significantly slimmed-down feature. Instead of focusing on many features, the focus is on a rich sound.

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