Shure Announces its First Bluetooth Wireless Earphones

Shure today announced the launch of its first ever Bluetooth-compatible earphones, bringing wireless connectivity to its SE headphone lineup. Both the new SE112 and the SE215 models are designed to connect to an iPhone using Bluetooth.

Shure says that both models feature high-quality, detailed sound that Shure headphones are known for, with a sound isolating design that blocks up to 37dB of outside noise, and a fit kit featuring a variety of sleeves for the best possible fit for each user.

The headphones each offer eight hours of battery life on a single charge and have a range of 30 feet.


Shure's SE215 Earphones, priced at $150, come with a detachable Bluetooth Accessory Cable, an accessory that Shure is also selling on a standalone basis for $99. The cable can be used to add wireless connectivity to current Shure SE earphones.

The SE215 is available in translucent black, translucent blue, white, and clear.

Shure's more affordable SE112, priced at $100, does not include the detachable cable, instead offering only a fixed Bluetooth cable. This model is also only available in black.


The new wireless SE112 and SE215 will be available from retailers that offer Shure products soon.

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24 months ago
i'm not shure if i'm sold on this
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24 months ago

Can we stop calling this 'wireless' please? smh

Can you stop being one of "those" people please?
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24 months ago
Best pair of earphones I ever heard were my Shure SE102s... that was YEARS ago. They couldn't achieve bass like Bose ear/headphones, but mids and highs were fantastic. Curious to see if Shure ever truly goes wireless. The day they start to compete with AirPods - that'll be the day my AirPods finally get a break!
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Can you stop being one of "those" people please?

Just 'cause they call it a "cable" doesn't mean its "wireless". Inside the "cable" is a buncha freagin' wires. Not wireless. Therefore, I shall also be one of "those" people. Stop calling it "wireless!":mad:
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24 months ago
Retrofitting to original buds is nice, my SE215s so great
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24 months ago

I can see why the airPods are selling so well. Cables to implement BT?


I like my BeatsX’s. It’s useful if you need to take one or both out for whatever reason they can just hang around your neck.
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24 months ago
I like Shure earphones (SE535s for example), but they don't make good cables. I'll consider it when they make something that's genuinely wireless.
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24 months ago
Doesn't look very ergonomic with that chunk of plastic right at the back of your neck.
Maybe it will be okay though.

Very curious.
Looking forward to reviews.
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24 months ago
Arrived fully charged- they sound excellent, as expected.

Surprisingly little to no difference from a plugged-in connection on familiar tracks. The pairing was smooth and easy, the controls are intuitive, and best of all, the cable is the formable wire type (as on the original cables for the SE series) rather than the soft type (as with the MPC cable from Shure). All the audio you expect from a set of 535's with no cable pull or weight once they're on.

Excellent job from Shure, as expected. Even the voice menu sounds professional (much less annoying than the one from Jaybird)

Uses the SBC codec on my MBP. On the iPhone 7+, the soundstage was completely different on the same track.

Let me know if there are any specific questions.
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24 months ago

Can you stop being one of "those" people please?

Nope.
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Can you stop being one of "those" people please?

Did you see the new 'screenless' iPhone X? It's amazing. Or the new 'wheelless' Tesla Model 3? So cool.

Ridiculous, right?
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24 months ago
The plastic capsule has a special clip that allows you to attach it to your collar or undershirt and it practically disappears when worn. It also has a cable clip that allows any slack to be cinched down. Haven’t needed it.

No to the Android question. I don’t own any such devices.

The system fits perfectly well in the original SE535 hard zipper case.
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