Shure has added the Aonic Free earbuds to the catalog in a new special color Crimson Chrome. This design is the result of a collaboration with Jacob Collier, an English singer, songwriter and producer.
Like the original, which was released last fall, the Shure Aonic Free Crimson Chrome is a TWS earbuds with noise canceling (proprietary Sound Isolating System), EQ profiles and a design borrowed from Shure’s pro models. The company noted that cooperation with Collier began for a reason: this musician has been using Shure products on stage and in the studio for several years now.
Recall that Shure Aonis Free is based on Bluetooth 5 and supports Qualcomm aptX, AAC and SBC codecs. The earbuds can operate on a single charge for up to 7 hours, and the battery case can be refilled three more times.
The Crimson Chrome version comes with interchangeable attachments, a USB cable and a case. In the US, the cost of the Aonic Free Crimson Chrome earbuds was $200.
Shure Aonic Free Specifications
|Active Noise Cancellation||No|