The headphone jack is bound to become obsolete, judging by how things are going lately but it seems like Shure decided to take advantage of that by bringing us the BT2 Hi-Res cable.
Shure allows listeners to take the Shure earbuds and make them wireless by replacing the cable with the wireless one. The BT2 works via Bluetooth 5.0 and has an in-line mic and remote, a cable management slider and a plastic pendant-like housing for the battery and the integrated amplifier.
The cable supports a number of high-quality codecs too: aptX, aptX HD, aptX Low Latency, and AAC.
It has 10 hours of playback time and 350 of stand-by time but if it so happens that you run out of juice at the wrong moment, you can use the BT2 earbuds with the original RMCE cable.
The cable gives users the option to listen to their music however they want to – an option that is slowly, but surely being taken away by smartphone manufacturers lately, so their BT2 is a gesture we can all appreciate.
The Shure BT2 Hi-Res cable can be purchased for $149.
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