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Shure has unveiled new enhancements and improvements to its SRH headphones portfolio, namely the SRH 440A and SRH840A. The studio-grade cans are available for retail prices of $99 and $149, respectively. Both products come with a detachable, straight nine-foot locking bayonet cable and threaded gold stereo adapter, while the SRH840A set also comes with a carrying bag. As well as design upgrades and improvements to sound quality, Shure says these second-generation headphones will provide superior audio, long-wearing comfort and durability.

“Today’s consumers are seeking high-quality audio without sacrificing style and comfort,” said Sean Sullivan, Global Product Manager, Listening Products, at Shure. “This upgrade delivers just that – a low-profile design that looks great on camera and improved acoustics to ensure clean, and consistent audio reproduction. Recording professionals and content creators will benefit from professional headphones that include Shure’s iconic sound signature and a fresh, modern design.”

Shure SRH840A Headphones

Both headphone sets are optimized for critical listening and studio monitoring, and include lower harmonic distortion and more precise left-right driver matching. The more expensive SRH840A offers a tailored frequency response with 40mm neodymium dynamic drivers for better bass, clear mid-range, and extended highs. The product includes a wide, padded headband and collapsible design.

These latest SRH line products are designed with ‘ultra comfortable’ lightweight headbands for extended use, and a closed-back, ‘circumaural’ design resting over the ears for reducing background noise over long listening periods. A new industrial design with matte finish enhance the looks of the headphones and a straight cable is standard for both models to offer more mobility. For more information, visit Shure.

 

 

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