Shure Incorporated has released its first full line of broadcast headsets designed specifically for broadcast and media production applications – the BRH31M, BRH440M and BRH441M models,

The BRH31M is a single-sided lightweight headset for interchangeable wear on the left or right side It uses a closed-back, supra-aural, ultra-lightweight design. Key features include: an adjustable headband with a cushioned temple pad that provides a comfortable, ergonomic fit; a user-replaceable ear pad and windscreen for extended product life; and single-side, fixed cable with unterminated end (bare whip), that is reinforced with Kevlar for connection to a variety of devices.

The BRH440M is a dual-sided headset using a closed-back, circumaural design for high sound isolation from background noise. Features include: an ergonomic, adjustable headband with premium padding and optimal coupling force for long wearing comfort; a single-side, detachable cable with unterminated end (bare whip); a flip-up mute function that deactivates the boom microphone when raised vertically away from the mouth; and user-replaceable cable, ear pads and windscreen.

The BRH441M is a single-sided headset for wear on the left or right side. This also offers high sound isolation while keeping one ear open to the surrounding environment. Features include: an ergonomic, adjustable headband with premium padding and cushioned temple pad; aflip-up mute function; a single-side, detachable cable with unterminated ends (bare whip); and user-replaceable cable, ear pads, windscreen, and temple pad.

All headsets in the line feature a dynamic, cardioid microphone that claims natural, highly intelligible vocal reproduction, and frequency response optimised for communication in loud environments. Additionally, a flexible boom microphone pivots 270° for left or right side wear and precise positioning.

‘Shure has been manufacturing wired and wireless products for the broadcast market for decades,’ says Matt Engstrom, Category Director for Monitoring Products at Shure. ‘These new broadcast headsets were designed by the same core team that created our award-winning line of SRH headphones. They’ve been produced to meet the demanding conditions of any environment, whether they’re being used in the field, in the booth or in the studio.’


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