NILES, Ill., April 13, 2015—Today, at the NAB Show®, Shure Incorporated unveiled its new BRH50M Premium Dual-Sided Broadcast Headset. Leveraging Shure’s rich history of premium headphone and microphone products and best-in-class audio technology, the BRH50M introduces a modern design for on-camera use and premium sound quality, suitable for broadcast and media production professionals at every level. Sleek, lightweight, comfortable, and durable, with superior audio quality, the Shure BRH50M is constructed to meet the demanding needs of professional users throughout the broadcast industry.
“Designing an on-camera product is a bit of a balancing act,” said Matt Engstrom, Category Director for Wired Products at Shure. “Although on-camera aesthetic appeal is certainly a critical factor, it was important to develop a product that looked great on-camera without sacrificing sound quality, comfort, or durability. After extensive testing with the NFL and NBA, we’re confident the BRH50M delivers on all four of those factors, without requiring users to forfeit any aspect of product performance.”
As with all Shure products, ensuring superior audio quality was paramount throughout the development process. The BRH50M’s high-performance dynamic microphone features a cardioid polar pattern and frequency response optimized for natural and intelligible voice reproduction. The BRH50M also features a durable and rigid boom that pivots 270 degrees for left- or right-side wear.
The closed-back supra-aural design offers media production professionals a low-profile look and feel, while a fully-adjustable headband ensures a comfortable, ergonomic fit through long hours of wear. For long-lasting product life and usability, Shure includes a variety of accessories with the BRH50M, including user-replaceable ear pads, a replacement windscreen, and a ¼” XLR dual detachable cable. Other detachable cable options are available for connecting to a variety of devices.
The Shure BRH50M will be available in fall 2015. For more information, visit Shure at the 2015 NAB Show (#C1058 in Central Hall) or at www.shure.com.