|商品尺寸||27.31 x 27.31 x 8.1 cm; 334.52 克|
|产品颜色||AONIC 50 - 棕色|
|接口类型||USB Type C|
Shure 舒尔 AONIC 50 无线降噪耳机，高级录音室级音质，蓝牙5无线技术，舒适贴合耳朵，20小时电池寿命，指尖控件-棕色
Shure AONIC 50 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones, Premium Studio-Quality Sound, Bluetooth 5 Wireless Technology, Comfort Fit Over Ear, 20 Hours Battery Life, Fingertip Controls - Brown
- 一流的音质,一流:基于数十年的专业经验而研发。无电线。没有 Dr无论你在哪里,纯粹的 H 享受。
- 可调整的鼻梁和环境提示:只需一按按钮即可避免干扰 H 跑步体验或进入环境。
- 电缆蓝牙5种技术:更稳定的连接和覆盖范围可达 10 米。可与智能手机、平板电脑和笔记本电脑的连接。
- 舒适且耐用:用于抵抗道路的困难。可折叠,便于携带。操作:快速访问以响应电话,调整声音或通过一键停止音乐……舒适操作:快速访问以响应电话,调整声音或通过一键停止音乐..连接:包含一个模拟 3.5 毫米音频输入,用于连接任何设备,包括飞机娱乐系统和一个数字USB C 输入用于充电和发送的音频文件..ShurePlus PLAY APP:调整 EQ、Ger uschunterdrückung 和环境模式。免费应用程序适用于 iOS 和 Android - BOX:两年,无线头rer AONIC 50,防护运输外壳,3.5毫米音频线和 USB C 充电线。
- PREMIUM WIRELESS STUDIO-QUALITY SOUND: Engineered from decades of professional experience. No cords. No wires. Just pure listening anywhere you go.
- ADJUSTABLE NOISE CANCELLING & ENVIRONMENT MODE: Eliminate distractions for a truly immersive listening experience and hear the outside world with the flip of a switch.
- BLUETOOTH 5 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY: Enhanced stability and a range of up to 30 feet (10 meters). Pairs to phones, tablets and laptops.
- UP TO 20 HOURS BATTERY LIFE: Uninterrupted audio wherever you go – on the train, on an airplane, at work or at home.
- LONG-WEARING COMFORT & DURABILITY: Built to withstand the rigors of the road. Folds flat for portability with protective carrying case.
- PREMIUM HEADPHONE AMPLIFIER: Supports multiple codecs including Qualcomm aptX, aptX HD, aptX Low Latency audio, Sony LDAC, AAC, and SBC.
- CONNECT TO WIRED SOURCES: Includes 3.5mm analog audio input to stay connected to any device, including airplane entertainment systems, or USB-C digital input for charging and High-Resolution audio.
- ShurePlus PLAY APP: Customize your EQ, noise cancellation and Environment Mode levels. Free to download for iOS and Android.
- FINGERTIP CONTROLS: Quick access to answer calls, activate voice assistant, adjust volume, or pause your music with the push of a button.
- IN THE BOX: Free 2-YEAR WARRANTY included, AONIC 50 Wireless Headphones, protective carrying case, 3.5mm audio cable and a USB-C charging cable.
AONIC 50 无线降噪耳机采用数十年的舞台和录音室体验设计,提供高级聆听,卓越的舒适性和耐用性,让您无论走到哪里,都能沉浸在不间断的世界级聆听体验。
INTRODUCING AONIC 50 WIRELESS NOISE CANCELLING HEADPHONES
ADJUSTABLE NOISE CANCELLATION
Eliminate distractions for a truly immersive listening experience.
PREMIUM, WIRELESS STUDIO-QUALITY SOUND
No cords. No wires. Just pure listening anywhere you go.
UP TO 20 HOURS BATTERY LIFE
Uninterrupted audio wherever you go – on the train, on an airplane, at work or at home.
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Sorry, this ended up being longer than I expected.
- Bass thumps nicely, you feel it in your body but it's a little unbalanced (Not everyone will want this much bass, but you can use the EQ in the app to reduce it to a tasteful amount)
- BEST noise cancelling (I was surprised how well the noise cancelling worked, best I've ever heard and there are a few customizable options in the app)
- Overall sound quality is good/great depending on the song.
- Comfortable for short uses, but least comfortable in the group. After a full workday, the band on top made my head hurt and I had a mild headache.
- Having the touch controls on the outside of the right earpiece is a fun feature. After an hour or so, I got the hang of it.
- Earpieces fold up into the headband and can twist to lay flat. Firm case for storage will protect them well and is compact for traveling.
- Third Place
Sennheiser Momentum 3 (~$60 more than the Sonys):
- More balanced sound quality that I preferred over the Sonys, but there's less distinction between instruments. Occasionally, some songs sounded muddier than I preferred but overall it sounded great. The EQ in the app sucks though.
- Noise cancelling was fine, did not come close to how well the Sony worked.
- More comfortable than the Sonys. Didn't have a headache at the end of the day and I had to reposition the band on top fewer times.
- No touch controls, there's physical buttons along the rim of the right earpiece. Easy to use.
- Earpieces fold up into the headband but cannot twist to lay flat.
- Feels higher quality than the Sonys and the leather smells fantastic.
- A really nice feature is when you take an earpiece off your ear to talk to someone, the music pauses automatically and plays when it goes back on your ear. Even putting the headphones on your head but not on your ear doesn't cause this to misfire. It was perfect.
- Case is softer and not rigid, so least amount of protection in the group.
- Second Place
Shure AONIC 50 (~$110 more than the Sonys):
- Very balanced sound quality with the most detail from the group. I enjoyed listening to these more than the other headphones. In most songs, I can pick out an instrument and follow it throughout the song. Bass-heavy songs or songs with a lot of treble, it doesn't matter, these headphones sound the best. I haven't listened to a song yet where the highs squeal in a way that makes you feel like a knife is being stabbed in your neck, which I did encounter on the other headphones. (I've been listening to my regular music but also various Headphone Test playlists that help you get a feel for all aspects of your headphones. I recommend the What Hi-Fi? playlist on Spotify and Tidal. The song "You've Got to Have Freedom" by Pharoah Sanders gave me the neck-stabbing feeling on the other headphones, FYI.) One frustrating thing about the EQ, it can't be used unless you're listening to your personal music stored on your phone. The EQ will not work with Spotify or Tidal. However after a week of use, I wouldn't adjust the EQ anyways so it's not an issue for me.
- Noise-cancelling is mediocre. There isn't much of a difference with it on or off. However, having my volume between 50-75% drowned out most noise so it's negligible in my situation. Some reviews from audio websites have said these have great noise cancelling, but that was not my experience. Keep in mind, your milage may very.
- Most comfortable in the group. No headache and rarely adjust the band on top, even after a full workday.
- Earpieces do not fold up (not good for commuters), but they do twist for a thinner profile. Largest case, but is rigid, so great protection.
- Quality feels on-par with the Sennheisers. Both have more metal than the Sonys. Leather is also high quality and smells great.
- First Place
All 3 headphones are good enough to be bought and will be thoroughly enjoyed, especially considering the price difference. I will keep the Shures because they sound the best to my ear.
I have tried endless earbuds. The closest I have found so far are the Bose QC30 neck-band earphones with -very good- active noise cancellation. Although good, they are aging and don't support LDAC, APTX, APTX-HD etc. for high quality audio. Other earphones, although good, fall short at least in one or more areas. And in almost all cases, they don't support multipoint fully or correctly, even if they claim they do. Bose and Shure are the only ones that do.
The Sony WH-1000XM3s are good, (I have a pair) but in audio quality (supported CoDecs) they fall short, and they do not support multipoint fully.
The Shure Aonic 50s are, thus far, the only headphones that meet all my requirements, and I am VERY impressed. I use mainly Dell and HP notebooks, and they connect successfully with both the 'Stereo' (music) and 'Voice' profiles - this is a primary requirement for multipoint to work correctly. On my phone (Samsung Note 10+) they connect also for voice and music (as you would expect) but also, importantly, the LDAC option shows up in the Bluetooth profile, allowing one to enable the LDAC steaming providing up to 990kbps streaming - Yay. (In Developer options you can select APTX and other Codecs manually but not needed for me)
Multipoint: This one is not easy. So far I have found that only Bose and Shure have been able to implement it fully and correctly. I can now be simultaneously connected to my computer and phone, and seamlessly switch between the two, no questions asked. This is exactly as designed, but hard to implement correctly in practice. If I'm on a Skype or Zoom call, I can answer a call on my phone, and then get back to my conference cal. I can be streaming from a local server or Spotify on my phone, and interrupt it with a YouTube stream on my computer, and then restart my phone music. So far it really has been perfect.
Noise cancellation: Better than Bose and Sony, who have, until now, been battling for first place. They just lost that. Adjustable setting is great too. (Off, Normal and High)
Environment mode: Sony have this but the pass-through audio is not very good. On the Shures the sound is very natural, and the level is variable through the app, which I find super helpful, especially when on calls, so I can hear my own voice naturally rather than muffled, or in the case of the Sonys, distorted.
Music fidelity: Being Shure, with nearly a century of experience in this space, there is no doubt these come very high in the entry-level audiophile headphone space. They are no Audeze, Grado or other $1000-and-up cans, but for the money, they perform exceptionally well. I won't try to go into audiophile details as I believe this to be a very personal, subjective experience, but suffice it to say that in my experience they outperform Sony and Bose significantly (the Sonys are very highly rated for sound quality) and they have the added benefit of an analog connection through a standard headphone jack (3.5mm -> 2.5mm cable included) OR full digital through the USB-C port.
Aesthetically, although this is not my top criterion, these do look a significant cut above their competitors, so if you like something a little more unique and quality-oozing, these will cut the mustard.
Size: Yep, they're big. But when you get all of the above, who cares? :)
The app simply does not work well. I suspect Shure will fix this. Sounds good in Bluetooth (APTX-HD) and wired. I have yet to try the USB DAC function. Shure has concentrated the tech where it matters most to them, getting the best sound quality and so they have included all the major Bluetooth codecs, included a wired DAC function and focused on the drivers.
I read a few reviews suggesting the noise canceling is better than Bose 700. That is simply not true. A few issues. The noise-canceling is not as effective as the Bose (for all categories of external sound). However it is good enough, so this is not the major issue. What I dislike more is the noise cancellation colors the sound signature making it warmer. I like Bose 700 for what it is. It's a great noise-canceling headphone for travel (especially air travel where noise canceling is the most paramount) but the sound is very thin and sculpted compared to the Shure's. The Shure's sound much better and noise-canceling is sufficient for office home use.
So basically if you place sound quality above all else, and you are looking for a neutral, accurate sounding headphone which is also Bluetooth and has a USB dac. This will work for you. Think as the noise cancelling as an added plus.