NILES, IL, 2009 — Shure Incorporated announced today that it has recently launched a new Japanese-language website (www.shure.co.jp) designed to provide an “in language” experience for the Company’s customers in Japan.
Like its English-language counterpart, www.shure.co.jp will offer customers in Japan the opportunity to learn about the Company and its history, view product information, and find valuable resources like Shure’s Wireless Workbench® System Control Software v5.0, which enables users to coordinate and monitor RF frequencies and control UHF-R® wireless microphone systems for complete command of wireless productions in a complex RF environment.
“This new site offers us more direct, interactive communication with our customers in Japan," said Anita Man, General Manager for Shure Asia Limited. "It also allows us to share our Company’s 83-year history as a leader in the professional audio and consumer electronics industries with these customers, which we hope will make our customers feel closer to the Shure brand.”
Additional updates and resources will be available on the site in the coming months.
About Shure Incorporated
Founded in 1925, Shure Incorporated (www.shure.com) is widely acknowledged as the world's leading manufacturer of microphones and audio electronics. Over the years, the Company has designed and produced many high-quality professional and consumer audio products that have become legendary for performance, reliability, and value. Shure’s diverse product line includes world-class wired microphones and wireless microphone systems for performers and presenters, award-winning earphones and headsets for MP3 players and smartphones, and top-rated phonograph cartridges for professional DJs. Today, Shure products are the first choice whenever audio performance is a top priority.
Shure Incorporated corporate headquarters is located in Niles, Illinois, in the United States. The Company has additional manufacturing facilities and regional sales offices in China, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, The United Kingdom, and the United States.