The Story of Shure 

On April 25, 1925 Sidney N. Shure founded a one-man company, selling radio component kits. Within three years Shure would grow to more than 75 employees.

The Great Depression grips the United States in 1929. The market for radio component kits declines when factory-built radios are launched. Shure becomes the exclusive distributor for a small microphone manufacturer.

Ten years later, historic figures like Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy or Martin Luther King use the Shure microphone to proclaim their messages. The 55 Unidyne becomes an integral accessory for performers like Elvis Presley.

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