Editor’s brief: Color is a choice. Color is personality. And one of the best loved colors worldwide since time memorial, has to be purple – the color of nobility. Shure brings a special edition of the SE215 earphones decked in purple, with all the same goodness in audio clarity and especially those who love a punchy bass. Read more below.
SINGAPORE – Sound isolating earphones in a stunning shade of purple are the latest product from global audio equipment manufacturer Shure, and they’re called the Shure Special Edition Purple SE215. With a focus on precision engineering, industry-leading performance, and subterranean bass, the Special Edition SE215 wired earphones deliver an audio experience unlike any other.
The winning color, purple, was decided by fans from 60 different countries voting online. The 215 now offers purple earphones, letting music fans express themselves through a color that is very much on trend in today’s society. Whether they’re rocking out on their daily commute or performing on stage, music fans can show their individuality with their choice of favorite color.
“We’re thrilled to have offered fans of the 215 earphones an opportunity to weigh in on which color to introduce to the roster,” shared Ellen Mahon, Senior Manager, Global Marketing at Shure. “While it came down to the wire, the enthusiasm for purple really pulled through. It’s great to see fans so excited about a color that’s trending this year.”
The Special Edition SE215 in purple, like its blue and white forebears, features superb sound quality and a snug, comfortable fit. The earphones stay in your ears while outside noise is blocked out thanks to the Shure’s renowned noise-isolating design. With crystal-clear audio and booming bass, the earphones transport listeners to a world of previously unexplored musical territory.
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