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08.12.2013| By Allison Wolcott|
In anticipation of the SE846 making its way into ears and hearts worldwide, I sat down with Shure earphone guy Sean Sullivan to get the scoop on what’s so great about these earphones, the challenges …
07.24.2013| By Allison Wolcott|
Soon, the new SE846 Sound Isolating™ Earphones will make their way into the ears of audiophiles and musicians around the world. Spoiler alert: the sound quality is MIND BLOWING. Until the day arrives when you …
11.08.2012| By Shure Notes|
By Shure Notes Editors Contributors: Frank Gilbert, FOH Engineer at Chicago’s Mayne Stage, The Vic and Park West; Kent Morris, Peavey Electronics, Cornerstone Media; Stuart Rosenberg, Partner – SPACE and League of Creative Musicians Live performance venues deal with it all the time. In this post, we’ll break down the subject of acoustics for you into its most basic components, talk with a trio of our experts about how they handle venue challenges and offer some helpful hints that won’t require you to hire an acoustician. A little history The study of acoustics goes all …
08.20.2012| By Shure Notes|
By: Shure Notes Editors, Contributor: Chris Lyons Noise cancelling headphones have become very popular in consumer markets over the past few years. Especially around the holidays, TV spots featuring de-stressed travelers in headphone Nirvana seem to dominate the airwaves. This has caused a little bit of confusion about the difference between sound isolation (as used in Shure earphones) and noise cancellation headphones like the ones you see advertised on television. Noise cancellation is an electronic process. It was originally developed to improve radio communications in noisy environments like aircraft cockpits. There’s a microphone built into …tagsChris Lyonsearphonesheadphonesnoise cancellationpersonal listeningSalman AshraftShure Earphonessound isolation
12.17.2007| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast Ever wanted to know the difference between sound isolation and noise cancellation? In this episode, along with guest Chris Lyons, we explore the characteristics of both technologies, complete with real-world audio samples.