Shure’s new Aonic 40 are a slightly cheaper pair of noise-canceling wireless headphones

Shure’s new Aonic 40 are a slightly cheaper pair of noise-canceling wireless headphones


The Aonic 40 is made of aluminum alloy and glass-filled nylon. | Image: Shure

Shure has expanded its headphone lineup with the release of the new Aonic 40. The Aonic 40 are a set of wireless over-ear headphones with adjustable active noise cancellation, Environment Mode, 40mm composite drivers, USB-C quick charging, and an estimated 25 hours of battery life with ANC turned on. Priced at $249, this new model sits below the current $299 Aonic 50 in Shure’s lineup — which earned a nod in The Verge’s best noise-canceling headphones of 2021 — and shares some features like a user-customizable EQ through the ShurePlus Play app.

While the Aonic 40 have a slightly revised look taken from their older sibling, with an aluminum build and a collapsible design, 2020’s Aonic 50 remain at the top…

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