Bose’s QuietComfort, better known as “QC”, Headphoens are often considered to be one of the best active noise cancellation technologies, at least when it comes to consumer audio accessories. However, this is mainly true for larger products or headphones that at least have enough room for the electronics necessary for ANC to work. That’s why Bose is so proud of its new QuietComfort earbuds that it’s the first time that popular QC technology has been brought down to a shape that is only a quarter in size.
Of course there are plenty of truly wireless stereo or TWS earbuds out there these days that offer active noise cancellation, but there is definitely something to be said when any of Bose̵
Using a special chip and algorithm, the Bose QC earbuds use multiple microphones to measure and remove residual noise that has not been cut off by the StayHear Max tips of the buds. Aside from a simple on / off switch, however, the Buds offer 11 sound levels, so users can either block the whole world completely or let in critical ambient noise. Everything in tiny buds with a battery life of 6 hours plus an additional 12 hours from the charging case.
Bose is also announcing an upgrade to its Sport Earbuds, which have been redesigned with new drivers for better audio output. With the StayHear Max tips, Bose promises that these buds will stick to your ears no matter how intense your workout may be. The sports earbuds last up to 5 hours when fully charged and up to 10 hours longer with the case.
The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are available in triple black and soapstone colors and cost $ 279. The Bose Sport Earbuds, on the other hand, cost $ 179 and are available in Triple Black, Baltic Blue and Glacier White. Both are available for pre-order now. The dispatch date is planned for September 29th.