Bose set the benchmark for active noise-cancelling headphones with its QuietComfort series, but there hasn't been much in the way of a product with Bluetooth connectivity. Until now. Bose is finally offering a wireless version of its flagship headphones with the QuietComfort 35, which is available right now for $349. The QuietComfort 35 shares a similar design as its predecessor, and is offered in black and silver color variants.
The QC35 features buttons on the side for playback controls, and Bose is claiming a battery life of twenty hours between charges. Says Bose:
With microphones inside and outside the earcups, the QC35 senses, measures and sends unwanted sounds to two proprietary digital electronic chips -- one for each ear -- which respond with a precise, equal and opposite signal in less than a fraction of a millisecond. The result is dramatic and exclusive to Bose.
In an instant, the rumble of a subway car, plane engine, or the commotion from rush hour all but disappear. Stay in silence, or hear your music more clearly with a new EQ that balances sound at every volume, for any genre.
Bose is also rolling out the QuietControl 30, a set of wireless in-ear headphones which offer active noise-cancelling. The in-ear headphones come with playback controls on the neck cable, and you'll be able to listen to music for ten hours on a full charge. The QuietControl 30 will be available starting September for $299.
Bose is going after the likes of the Jaybird X2 with its SportSound headphones, which feature a sweat-resistant constuction and eartips designed to stay in place during a workout. The SportSound will make its debut sometime later this year for $149, and a Pulse version with a built-in heart rate monitor will retail for $199.
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