Shure Aonic Adapters (turn old Shure Wireless)

Big Aura

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Hi - I need some new inears for running. As I'm now USB-C tied I need to look (sadly) as wireless. I've a big concern re wireless falling out, so came across the following Shure True Wireless Adapter for Sound Isolating Earphones, Secure Over-Ear Fit, Bluetooth 5 Wireless Technology, Long Battery Life With Charging Case, Fingertip Controls: Amazon.co.uk: Musical Instruments

I know Shure has really botched its foray into bluetooth, with the BT kit previously - but has anyone used these? The idea of using existing 535s is great, as is the over-ear loop which makes me think they'll be more secure. Anyone have any experience they'd care to share? thanks!
 

Big Aura

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give this thread has generated such interest (!), I thought I'd give an update. I've had these for a year. And really, really dislike them. Sound is fine (in fact, after a week, I was impressed with the 215s but more impressed with the tranmitters and was going to buy some new 535s to connect to them adapters instead). But... then the drop-outs started.

Not at home, but most times I leave the house, they suffer and stutter. I sent them back and the (really helpful) engineer couldn't replicate the issue in the workshop, so he sent new adapters.

After a bit, the same issue presented. I'm not sure if it's just rubbish Shure kit, or my phone is particularly poor (samsung s20). Work are upgrading my phone in a few months, so will check with a different device.

If not, I'll be back to see what the alternative is...
 
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