Shure Aonic 215 review

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  • Shure Aonic 215

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Overview
Type In-Ear
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date March 20, 2020
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Headphonecheck.com

High-quality True-Wireless headphones with Bluetooth 5.0 and secure over-ear fit

from Headphonecheck.com

With the Aonic 215, Shure delivers True Wireless headphones that give impressive sound quality for their price range. The design and the carrying system have been adapted from the professional sector. The workmanship is of high quality and the fit is both comfortable and secure. There are slight...More

With the Aonic 215, Shure delivers True Wireless headphones that give impressive sound quality for their price range. The design and the carrying system have been adapted from the professional sector. The workmanship is of high quality and the fit is both comfortable and secure. There are slight weaknesses in the codec area, but these do not diminish the overall positive impression of the sound. Conversely, the usual advantage of this type of headphones – their easy usability in everyday life – has been reduced by the slightly cumbersome construction of the hooks.

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Headphone Review

Great sound, good battery life

from Headphone Review

Looking for the most natural-sounding and audiophile-friendly true wireless headphones out there? These are probably the way to go, but they’re not without their trade-offs. The design, while interesting, makes for a larger carry-case, and if you want to use the EQ, you’ll have to play your m...More

Looking for the most natural-sounding and audiophile-friendly true wireless headphones out there? These are probably the way to go, but they’re not without their trade-offs. The design, while interesting, makes for a larger carry-case, and if you want to use the EQ, you’ll have to play your music back through the Shure app itself. There are plenty of competitors out there, but none of them are truly as audiophile-friendly as the Shure Aonic 215 headphones.

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Digital Trends

Solid sound, unique package

from Digital Trends

With the Aonic 215, Shure made a pair of comfortable, smooth-sounding earphones that are easy to grab and go with. But, considering everything similarly priced competitors have to offer, they dropped the ball in the features department.

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With the Aonic 215, Shure made a pair of comfortable, smooth-sounding earphones that are easy to grab and go with. But, considering everything similarly priced competitors have to offer, they dropped the ball in the features department.

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Cnet

True wireless earbuds for audiophiles

from Cnet

It has a distinct design that's certainly in keeping with Shure's in-ear monitor heritage and will make you like a musician wearing them even if you're not. I just think to find a larger audience, these will have to come down to closer to $200.

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It has a distinct design that's certainly in keeping with Shure's in-ear monitor heritage and will make you like a musician wearing them even if you're not. I just think to find a larger audience, these will have to come down to closer to $200.

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TrustedReviews

If sound quality is your only concern don’t look any further

from TrustedReviews

Weird-looking for sure, and while the market is not short of choice where expensive true wireless in-ear headphones are concerned, the Shure Aonic 215s belong in the ‘really, really good’ category with a splendid audio performance

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Weird-looking for sure, and while the market is not short of choice where expensive true wireless in-ear headphones are concerned, the Shure Aonic 215s belong in the ‘really, really good’ category with a splendid audio performance

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Pocket-lint

True wireless never sounded so good

from Pocket-lint

Once we started listening, we just didn't want to take the Shure Aonic 215 true wireless out of our ears. The audio quality is simply sublime. Only slow manual switch-on and rare connectivity glitches count against these wireless in-ears.

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Once we started listening, we just didn't want to take the Shure Aonic 215 true wireless out of our ears. The audio quality is simply sublime. Only slow manual switch-on and rare connectivity glitches count against these wireless in-ears.

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PC Magazine

Get many things right, but not quite enough to justify their high price

from PC Magazine

Shure's Aonic 215 earphones are a cable-free model for those who want to preserve as much sonic quality and freedom as possible, as evidenced by the support for both AptX and AAC, as well as the detachable earpieces that can be used in wired mode. The disappointments come primarily in the form of...More

Shure's Aonic 215 earphones are a cable-free model for those who want to preserve as much sonic quality and freedom as possible, as evidenced by the support for both AptX and AAC, as well as the detachable earpieces that can be used in wired mode. The disappointments come primarily in the form of perplexing decisions on Shure's part, like the lack of a cable for wired listening, no physical volume or track navigation controls, and EQ that only works if you play music though the Shure app itself.

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