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About Shure

  1. Shure – History of the sound specialist
  2. Product Portfolio
    1. Microphones
    2. Wireless Systems
    3. Headphones and In-Ear Monitoring
    4. Installation Microphones and Conference Systems
    5. Accessories

1. Shure – History of the sound specialist

Shure's almost 100-year history is full of defining moments, groundbreaking innovations and great successes. How a small Chicago company became one of the world's leading audio brands ...

  • 1925: Sidney N. Shure founds the Shure Radio Company in the heart of Chicago. Microphones are not yet involved, but the company sells kits for radios and matching electronic parts. Three years later, Shure's brother Samuel J. joins the company, which from then on operates under the name "Shure Brothers Company".

  • 1931: The foundation for the future is laid when development of the first Shure microphone begins in 1931.

  • 1939: With the 55 Unidyne, Shure launches the first dynamic microphone with a single capsule. It is not only more compact, but also cheaper than the competition and quickly becomes the world's most popular microphone.

  • 1942-1946: During the Second World War, the Shure Brothers Company is the Allies' main supplier of microphones and headphones. Shortly afterwards, all other Shure products were also manufactured according to the strict quality standards of the military. In 1946, the company name was changed again to "Shure Brothers Incorporated".

  • 1958-1959: It is not only in the field of microphones that standards are set: in 1958, together with Columbia Records, Shure introduces the world's first magnetic pick-up for record players. One year later, the Unidyne 545 III, the forerunner of the legendary Shure SM57 microphone, followed.

  • 1965-1966: Two milestones in PA history in two years: First, in 1965, the Shure SM57 is released, a dynamic microphone that establishes itself as one of the most popular models for vocal and instrument pickup. In 1966, the Shure SM58 follows, whose direct sound and almost indestructible construction make it the most popular vocal microphone of all time.

  • 1973: Another microphone saw the light of day that is still popular today in barely changed form with broadcasters, recording studios, podcasters and streamers: the Shure SM7 (now available as the SM7B).

Shure 5575LE
The Shure 5575LE is a tribute to the 55 Unidyne and was launched to celebrate its 75th birthday.
  • 1989: The Shure Beta 57 and Beta 58 are designed to combat feedback on stage, as the supercardioid polar pattern consistently eliminates background noise. Even today, the two models are extremely popular.

  • 1990: The L-Series Wireless lays the foundation for Shure to become the world's leading manufacturer of wireless systems within a few years.

  • 2003: For its many achievements in audio, the company is recognised with the Technical Grammy from the National Academy of the Recording Arts and Sciences.

  • 2012: The ULX-D digital wireless system makes wireless sound transmission fit for the future and impresses with crystal-clear 24-bit audio quality, among other things..

  • 2019: The MV88+ Video Kit expands Shure's award-winning MOTIV series and enables high-quality mobile recording from your smartphone.

To be continued ...

Shure Beta 57
Always a popular vocal microphone: Shure Beta 57