Shure has released an updated version of its stellar Aonic 215 earphones, offering the same fantastic sound we heard on the first generation but with a host of hardware improvements to make them even more convenient.
Like its predecessor, the second generation Aonic 215 features the same snug, low-profile fit to hold them closely and securely to your ears while also offering great passive noise cancelling. Shure says it can block out 37dB of outside noise.
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