SHURE opens 2nd flagship store with the Wonders of Stem Ecosystem in the Philippines

STEM Ecosystem is a part of Shure’s conferencing solutions focusing on meeting rooms

Shure, the leading brand in all audio and sound equipment, together with its exclusive distributor Audiophile Components Inc., opened the firs Shure STEM store in Festival Supermall, Alabang, last June 30.


Also patched virtually to Audiophile’s Experience Center and streamed via Zoom, Shure championed the efficiency of the STEM products by conducting a demo showing how these products excel in delivering and producing crisp, clear audio.


The demo was led by Shure Senior Specialist Market Development Southeast Asia Vick Teoh, where he accentuated the plug and play feature of the STEM products making it easy for its users to mix and match any of the items. Also featured during the demo is the in-depth step-by-step process on how to set up one’s first Stem room, aligned with the proper usage of Shure’s STEM speaker, wall, table, ceiling, control, and hub.


STEM Ecosystem is a part of Shure’s conferencing solutions that focuses on having the ideal set-up for meeting rooms and conference areas. The products involved under this line up are designed to let the users experience a customizable audio ecosystem and allow them to have a studio-quality sound for every meeting without any expert’s help.


Being in the industry for decades, Shure is best known for bringing performance-grade audio through its products. It is their aim to bring the right audio solution to its customers and let them have a seamless experience in its usage and application.


Shure’s STEM store is located on the 3rd level- Digi Shops of Festival Supermall in Filinvest, Alabang.


To know more about Shure’s STEM Ecosystem, you may visit


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