Shure Ships New Headsets

Single- and double-sided models now available
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Microphone and headphone maker Shure is shipping products from its new headset group.

The BRH31M is a lightweight single-sided broadcast headset for broadcast and media production applications. The company describes it as “ultra-lightweight and durable.”

It features a single supraaural earcup design that enables the user to hear external audio cues. A dynamic cardioid microphone offers natural, clear vocal reproduction, according to the company, and pivots 270 degrees for left or right wear. The adjustable headband includes a cushioned temple pad for a comfortable fit. An unterminated, fixed cable allows for connection to a variety of devices.

The BRH440M is a dual-sided headset with circumaural ear cups that block out background noise. A dynamic cardioid microphone delivers natural, clear vocal reproduction, says the company.

Wearable on the left or right side, the flexible boom offers a flip-up mute function that deactivates the microphone when raised vertically. A detachable cable with unterminated ends connects to a variety of devices and is easily replaceable, which extends the product’s life.

The BRH441M (shown) is a single-sided version with the same features as the BRH440M.


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