TechDigest: Headphone manufacturer Shure has just dropped us word of a couple of new products that they’re bringing to market. The SE115s are the latest addition to Shure’s noise-isolating range.
They come in blue, pink, black and red, and – well – there’s not a whole lot more detail than that being offered, except that they have ‘enhanced bass’. They cost £100 (around €110), which seems a tad steep, I must admit. As they’re from Shure, though. you can bet they’ll sound good.
Also announced are a pair of USB condenser microphones – the PG27USB and PG42USB. They come with plug and play connectivity, along with zero-latency headphone monitoring, and monitor mix control.
These are most likely targeted at pro audio professionals and podcasters that spend a lot of time travelling – they’ve got a rugged, portable design. The PG27 and PG42 will cost £220 (€240) and £270 (€290) respectively, and be available from 20th June.