Niles, IL (Sept. 20, 2017)—Shure has introduced new additions to its popular SE Sound Isolating Earphone line, including Wireless SE112 and SE215 models, and a discrete Bluetooth Accessory Cable developed for owners of current Shure SE earphones who want to convert to wireless.

The Wireless SE112 ($99, pictured) and SE215 ($149) models feature Shure’s proprietary Sound Isolating design with a fit kit with a variety of sleeves, which reportedly blocks up to 37 dB of outside noise.

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Providing up to eight hours of battery life and 30 feet of range, the Bluetooth 4.1 models can serve a wide range of uses.

The SE112 is available in black, while the SE215 comes in hues of translucent black, translucent blue, white, and clear.

Users who already own Shure detachable earphones can “go wireless” via Bluetooth technology with the Shure’s new Bluetooth Accessory Cable, available as a separate purchase. The portable, durable cable features an integrated mic and three-button remote for volume and playback control, while providing up to eight hours of clear audio on a single charge.

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