Follow on her Aonic 50 Headphones, which debuted at CES 2020, Shure today announced a more affordable sound-cancellation option. With the Aonic 40, the company offers a similar design to its premium model, maintaining compatible active noise cancellation (ANC) and on-board control, with slightly longer battery life than the 2020 version.
Although the Aonic 40 will debut two years ago at কম 150 less than its older siblings, the new model does not look less premium. The Aonic 50 has opted for a combination of aluminum and nylon, modifying silver and black or sliver and white / tan color schemes. The 40’s earplugs rotate flat and fold inwards for easy storage, making them a perfect option for travel.
Shure says you can expect a fully customizable EQ as well as its “iconic sound” through the ShurePlus Play app on Android and iOS. That software allows you to save any created settings for future access The app allows you to choose between three ANC options as well as change the environment mode (ambient sound). Shur added that the software is equipped with a high-resolution music player that works with the Aonic 40.
Nowadays, as is usually the case with headphones, dual beamforming microphones are hypingelect the call quality. On-board controls will allow you to access both volume adjustment and ANC and ambient sound options, as well as answer them easily. The company says you’ll get up to 25 hours of battery life if you turn on active noise cancellation – more than 20 hours on the Aonic 50. Also, a fast charge option can be used for five hours in 15 minutes.
The Aonic 40 is now available in black and white for 24 249.
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