|Produktens mått||27.31 x 27.31 x 8.1 cm; 331.12 Gram|
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I was disappointed. For one main reason: these headphones have harsh unpleasant resonances at the high end. Namely at 3kHz but a couple more above that with practically dead spots in between. This makes the headphones extremely unpleasant to listen to with any track that has anything going on in the frequency range of those resonances. In fact I often found myself feeling like I was being stabbed in the skull with a 3kHz knife.
With a precise EQ this could probably be somewhat tamed (and a little more bass extension added to the very tame sub-bass on these cans), but the EQ ONLY works when listening to LOCAL files within the Shure app.
I also had some other issues that I will include in my summary:
- Excellent build quality
- Stylish design
- Seemingly high quality built-in DAC
- Reasonably comfortable
- Ear-piercing resonances at the high end make listening to some tracks unbearable
- No EQ outside of in-app listening to local files
- Carry case the size of 4 stacked dinner plates
- Sub-par ANC compared to Sony and Bose
I have just returned these and will instead buy a new pair of wired studio/audiophile headphones and accept that wireless ANC isn't ready yet. Honestly I think I'd rather have Bose's offering (or Sony's, but they had weird-sounding excessive bass to me).
The Aonic 50’s arrive in neat and nicely deSigned packaging - it shows off the product and the features really well and gives an indication of the quality of the product inside - you won’t be disappointed..
As soon as you unbox the headphones you realise that everything about their design is Premium - the headphones have been well designed and look elegant whilst retaining a rugged build standard - the big 50mm drivers are evident but unlike many ANC headphones there is plenty of room, even for oversized ears in the soft pleather ear pieces - the headband is also made of a quality pleather material and the Shure logo has been imprinted on the underside of the metal headband. The outside of the earpieces are embossed with the Shure logo in silver too - discrete but noticeable - these headphones will attract glances.
The included hard carry case is massive - it feels like you might have to check it in on a flight - there’s bags of room inside for accessories and for storing the headphones Whilst extended which is a good thing.
Operating controls are on the right earcup. Connectivity was a breeze - these have USB 5.0 so connecting to iPhone and PC took seconds..
The sound is terrific - it is a neutral footprint but the bass response is exquisitely well defined so it doesn’t feel lacking at all unless you really need to have a continuous high sub-bass signature - in which case these headphones aren’t for you... the midrange is detailed and allows for vocals and stringed instruments to flourish as they’re meant to - they feel close enough to touch at times whilst the treble is adjusted to be a touch on the warm side for ease of listening. I kept my EQ in neutral as the natural response of these headphones has been so beautifully tuned - these are headphones for musicians. Burn in is a mix of two things in my opinion - mechanical( phones) and psychological (user)- you have to burn in as well as the phones actually. After 20 hours Of listening the Aonic 50’s are only improving -these are ANC headphones for musicians if not audiophiles
Tracks which do well on these headphones - Tusk, Fleetwood Mac -you’ll hear a tuba on the track and in fact it’s fascinating to hear another few layers of detail in the song - it’s like almost having a microscope for sound...
Anything from Ry Cooder’s library sounds fantastic - layers of delicate guitar interactions and intricate percussion work really well -the track slow dancing in a burning room By Joanne Shaw Taylor highlights how good vocals sound in these headphones too... most headphones work well for some genres but not in others, these haven’t struggled anywhere yet... they are by far the best sounding ANC headphones I’ve listened too so far.
The ANC - well it’s good but it doesn’t stand up to the Bose NC700 - it Does well on low frequency noise mind you - but whereas the Bose fades voices, Tv sound and neighbour’s lawnmowers into the background the Aonic 50’s just reduce a bit.
Connectivity is fantastic - so is the microphone so these headphones are fantastic for long webinars and conference calls - you’ll be heard when you speak, and not sound at all muffled.. another tick.
Battery life is close to the advertised 20 hours - more than enough for me and with the USB C charging is quick and easy..
Shure do provide an app with these phones but functionality is very limited - the included EQ Only functions for music that’s played back through the app ( it doesn’t do Spotify) and doesn’t affect the firmware.. it will handle firmware updates and allows you to select the level of environment noise that is let through in “Environment”mode. The app notes that switching through ANC modes should be done on the headphones..
Things that aren’t so good about the Aonic 50’s (why they don’t get 5-stars): The music doesn’t pause automatically or reduce volume in “Environment mode”, so renders it pretty much useless. What were they thinking? A mic mute button would be really useful - allowing you to walk away from the PC to the window whilst being able to control the mic would have been a great addition. No firmware EQ - whilst I love these phones in neutral many people will need the ability to tweak the EQ to their preference - it’s a shame this hasn’t been implemented. Portability - a smaller travel case would have been useful and more practical rather than this huge container - yes, it’s a quality hard case but even when travel resumes I can’t see me hanging this off the back of a seat in the economy cabin, social distancing or not.
All in all - the Shure Aonic 50’s are fantastic sounding beautifully built ANC headphones - but they aren’t perfect either given their premium cost. Buy them for their terrific sound quality and connectivity but not for ANC or for portability ( you’d have to buy another case)
- Sound quality - absolutely stunning neutral sound. These aren't bass heavy (which is the normal Shure sound), however watching movies (Avengers) was a dream in these. Awesome for music as well. A bit unusually audiobooks sounded a bit dull, but usable.
- Build quality - these are extremely well built. Better than the Sonys and the Bose NC700, actually they are a league ahead. Also has replaceable pads.
- Call quality - better than the Sony's not as good as the Bose NC700.
- Noise cancelling. I read some of the reviews stating these were better, put simply NO WAY. When the noise cancelling works, it is very good. But 75% of the time it just isn't good enough. Other peoples conversations can be easily heard.
- Comfort. Other reviews have stated that these are too heavy, I did not find that. However the clamping force is horrible, as I have a slightly big head. I had to take them off after 30 - 45 minutes. They sometimes left me with a headache.
- Big sturdy case - this could be problematic if you travel with a small bag.
- App - I found it useless.
ABER als meine Tochter den Kopfhörer ausprobierte konnte ich meinen Ohren nicht trauen, ich hörte absolut Alles was sie hörte. Ich dachte zu erst an einen schlechten Sitz, habe es aber dann an meiner Frau und anderen ausprobiert. Der Kopfhörer geht bestenfalls als halboffen durch, von geschlossen kann nicht die Rede sein! Er hat einen deutlichen leakage. Für den Betrieb z.B. im Zug oder Flugzeug ist er absolut nicht geeignet, da er die Reihen herum mit beschallt! Was haben sich die Leute bei Shure nur gedacht? Da spendiert man einem Kopfhörer ANC also für den mobilen Gebrauch, und dann kann jeder in der Umgebung mithören was man gerade hört. Ein derartiges Problem kenne ich nur vom Master & Dynamic MW60, dem Sennheiser HD820 und dem Focal Stellia bei hohen Lautstärken (die aber beide nicht als mobiler KH gedacht sind) Alle anderen Mitbewerber machen es besser (M&D MW65, Momentum, H9i und H9, Technics EAH F70, Audeze, Bose etc). Schade, sehr schade, gerade dachte ich ich hätte einen sehr guten Bluetooth KH gefunden.
Wem jedoch egal ist ob er seine Sitznachbarn seinen Musikgeschmack aufdrängt ist sehr gut mit dem Kopfhörer bedient!
The issue is the sound quality, nothing short of abysmal! I listen to predominantly high quality audio from tidal as well as my own CD rips but nothing is listenable.
All top end has a horrendous shrill to it, the bass is all over the place...and even just a few minutes these are not going to get any better... these are going straight back to Amazon and I’ll go back to my trusted SRH1540 Shure which are sublime!