Shure Incorporated is a consumer and professional audio electronics corporation. Shure Incorporated produces mostly microphones and other audio electronics, but also produces in-ear monitors (earphones) for a variety of audio applications including MP3 players.

Shure was founded in 1925 as The Shure Radio Company under an audio magnate named Sidney Shure. The company is based in the United States, and has been a Chicago area company since its founding, when Sidney Shure worked out of an office in downtown Chicago. The company moved to Evanston, Illinois in 1956. In 2002, Shure Incorporated relocated to an award-winning office building in Niles, Illinois.

The company's products, including their wireless systems and microphones, are ubiquitous in well-known music award events, such as the Grammy Awards.

Shure Incorporated has donated an MX-100 series microphone to IPRO 344. It is instrumental to the success of a well designed drive-thru kiosk.

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