|商品尺寸||17.78 x 17.78 x 7.62 cm; 453.59 克|
|保修说明||2 year manufacturer.|
Shure True 无线适配器适用于隔音耳机,*头戴式贴合,蓝牙 5 无线技术,电池寿命长,带充电盒,指尖控制
Shure True Wireless Adapter for Sound Isolating Earphones, Secure Over-Ear Fit, Bluetooth 5 Wireless Technology, Long Battery Life With Charging Case, Fingertip Controls
- MMCX 吊坠设计
- 8 小时电池寿命
- 3 个额外充电外壳
- MMCX Pendant Design
- 8 hours battery life
- 3 additional charges from case
- Dedicated, premium headphone amplifier
- Environment Mode
AONIC 系列根据数十年的工作室经验设计,拥有最挑剔的听众所要求的长期价值和专业性能,确保今天的音乐爱好者、发烧友和音乐家能够享受优质的聆听体验 - 在火车上、健身房或家中使用。 Shure 舒尔的新产品包括 AONIC 50 无线降噪耳机和 AONIC 215 真正的无线隔音耳机。
Introducing AONIC True Wireless Secure Fit Adapter
Easily transforms any detachable Shure Sound Isolating Earphones into true wireless.
SECURE, OVER-EAR FIT
Built with the same design musicians use for in-ear monitoring on-stage.
NO CORDS. NO WIRES. JUST PURE LISTENING
Awe-inspiring, true wireless audio with clear sound and deep bass.
UP TO 8 HOURS BATTERY LIFE PER CHARGE
Plus included carrying case provides three additional charges for a total of up to 32 hours battery life on-the-go.
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Apologies for the bold but unless you do this you will experience bluetooth connectivity issues. After the update the bluetooth connection is rock solid, even over large distances.
The sound quality and comfort is exceptional.
I do not use them for telephone or conference calls except for the ad-hoc moment where they are in my ears when I receive a call. I use it pretty much for listening to music or audio books.
I have seen the low reviews for only being able to receive phone calls in the right ear which isn't an issue for me at all.
I own Apple EarPods Pros as well as Bose Quiet Comfort Earbuds:
The Apple EarPod pros are by far the most convenient with the W1 auto switching between devices. I have an issue with them when it comes to online meetings and people complaining that the microphone picks up and amplifies background noise. Their sound quality is pretty good.
The Bose beats everyone hands down for microphone quality on calls. Their sound quality is on par with Apple EarPods Pros. Switching between devices is more painful once you are used to the Apple EarPods and the W1 chip.
The Shure bluetooth and 846 earphone combinations is a 5 star rating for me and I love them. Keep in mind I dont use them for conference calls.
I hope this helps other people who needs to decide what to buy.
First, the Pro's:
The sound quality is fantastic. I had been using my SE425's connected directly to my iPhone using a lightning cable, the quality was fine. I was hoping these would be at least as good as a direct connection, but the sound quality is much much better!! This goes to show that the built in driver/amp in the iPhone is crap, the driver/amp in these bluetooth adapters is great. I'm truly blown away at how much better these sound.
They're comfortable. I've worn these for as long as 8 hours straight and experienced no discomfort.
The case/charger works really well. I've read reviews that say the case/charger is awkward and difficult to use, but I find it very easy and convenient. I love that it holds three charges. I also like that the case is fairly rigid, which really protects my earpieces from being crushed. (I had to replace my left SE425 a few years ago because somehow it got crushed in the little black canvas case the adapter came with.)
Firmware upgradeable - this is a definitely plus.....assuming they actually do release updates periodically, which I'm really crossing my fingers on (more about that in the Con's section).
Passthrough mode works great when enabled. This is a feature I've been wanting for a long time and they did a great job of implementing it.
Now the Con's:
No volume or next-track buttons. If you want to adjust the volume or skip to the next track, gotta do it on your device. It's not the end of the world, but these adapters are very sophisticated, so I'd have expected they'd have that covered. To me that's a pretty big deficit, but the adapters are still worth it to me.
Phone calls, Siri, and certain other sources like Google Meet video conference are all mono, the audio is only heard in the right ear. Shure is up front about this, they say it right on the product page, but that doesn't make it any less annoying. I'd use these for a phone call in a pinch, but only if I absolutely had to.
The microphone stinks. It's not the end of the world, I bought these to listen to music, not for phone conversations, but either way it's worth mentioning that the microphone doesn't work well at all. The few times I've used these on the phone or in Google Meet, people said they could barely hear me.
Connection Problems - this is by far the most annoying issue to me.
Every so often, usually when my environment changes, like entering a stairwell, or small space, the earphones wig out. The cut in and out over and over, but after a minute or two they settle down and continue smoothly. When they wig out like this, a lot of the time the left and right earphones will get out of sync and the music is now echoing. It's easily resolved by stopping the music, turning the adapters off, turning them back on, wait until they connect to the device, then play again. It's a hassle.
When I first got these (I updated firmware immediately), it'd slip into this echo-mode 4-5 times/day. When I wrote technical support about it, they suggested I factory reset them. I did that and they performed beautifully for about a day, they didn't wig out at all, and absolutely no echoing. But within two or three days they started wigging out and echoing again. Now they slip into echo-mode probably 3-4 times a day. It's 7:15am and they've already gone into echo-mode three times this morning. I'm sure factory resetting would help, but doing that every two days is far less convenient than just restarting them when it happens.
The fact that it did behave so beautifully for a solid day tells me that they're capable of performing smoothly, and it's probably (hopefully) a firmware issue....so I'm checking for a firmware update every day, hoping that eventually this problem will be solved. If/when this wigging out and echoing problem is solved, I'd happily add a star to my rating.
In summary, I'm still happy I bought these, there are a lot of problems with them, but the amazing sound quality really goes a long way in making up for those problems.