Bose Debuts Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones QC35 And QC30

Posted: Jun 6 2016, 11:24am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Bose Debuts Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones QC35 and QC30

Besides the new QC Noise Cancelling Headphones, Bose als introduced the new SoundSport and SoundSport Pulse headphones.

Today, Bose announces the wireless QuietComfort 35 around-ear headphones and the QuietControl 30 in-ear headphones. The Bose QC35 lets you tune out completely with the same silence of Bose’s wired QuietComfort headphones.

And the Bose QC30 adds lets you control how much surrounding sound you block out or let in. The Bose QC35 is available beginning June 5, 2016 for $349.95 and the Bose QC30 will be available beginning September 2016 for $299.95.

Bose also announces the all-new SoundSport and SoundSport Pulse headphones. Designed exclusively for exercise, SoundSport wireless headphones present an unbeatable combination of benefits for training. For tracking personal performance, SoundSport Pulse wireless headphones come with a built-in heart rate monitor measured through the ear. The SoundSport headphones hit the market beginning June 5, 2016 for $149.95 and the SoundSport Pulse is available beginning September 2016 for $199.95.

All of Bose’s new wireless headphones include NFC for touch-to-pair convenience, voice prompts for key information including setup, caller ID and battery life, and the free Bose Connect app for even more functionality.

“Until now, great wireless noise cancellation and better wireless workouts have been more of a dream than reality,” said Bernice Cramer, General Manager of Bose Wireless Headphones. “Like the QuietComfort headphones before them, the performance of the QC30 and QC35 are way ahead of where the market is right now. And for the millions of people who run, bike, hike or hit the gym, SoundSport headphones offer a new kind of alternative, because they’re not just named for exercise -- they’re made for it.”

With microphones inside and outside the earcups, the Bose 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 QC35 has up to 20 hours of battery life from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, lasting longer than a flight from New York to Hong Kong. Simple buttons are on the right earcup: on/off, music volume, play/pause, and answer/end calls.

The QC30 headphones feature tiny earbuds that integrate a total of six microphones, and a neckband that houses the rest of the advanced electronics system for take-anywhere performance. For wherever you are or whatever you’re doing, a new Bose breakthrough -- controllable noise cancellation -- puts you in charge of how much of the world you shut out.

From needing awareness on a busy sidewalk, to complete isolation for work, to taking a call from home in a crowded cafe -- the QC30 lets owners choose what they hear. Turn its noise cancellation up or down, not on or off, and it adapts to the level you set without changing your music volume. To hear every note from your favorite tracks and artists, the QC30 uses a new EQ customized for its size and design. With distractions on mute, a dime-size enclosure never sounded better.

The QC30 has up to 10 hours of battery life from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, lasting as long as a fully-charged phone or tablet. Simple buttons are on an in-line remote: music volume, play/pause, answer/end calls, and noise control.

The QC30 features StayHear+ tips, the often-imitated-but-never-duplicated Bose innovation that eliminates the pressure and aches of conventional ear tips for hours and hours of wear.

While the QC35 and QC30 use microphones for noise cancellation and controllable noise cancellation, they also use a dual-mic system to reject the annoying background sounds that interfere with talking. Wind and crowds fade. Text-to-speech accuracy is improved with Siri and other phone VPAs. Conversations are clearer, voices sound natural, and every word can be heard on both ends. Bose Introduces Wireless QC Noise Cancelling Headphones And Wireless Sport Headphones.

Headphones are an essential part of working out, but wireless models can still get in the way with designs that hurt, aren’t stable, and sound weak. SoundSport headphones make wireless training better. They use a special sport-version of StayHear+ tips designed to stay secure and comfortable during exercise. Made from soft, flexible silicone, their umbrella shape creates a gentle seal in the ear, while an extended wing “locks” in the fit.

For indoors or outside, SoundSport headphones are sweat and water resistant with powerful audio performance. Their inline mic and remote let users stay focused while skipping songs, adjusting volume, or taking and making calls.

The SoundSport Pulse headphones include a built-in heart rate monitor with the precision of a chest strap, so you can have one amazing product to pump your music and track your progress. And it’s compatible with Runkeeper, Endomondo and other fitness apps.

SoundSport headphones can complete a marathon with charge to spare. The SoundSport Pulse has up to 5 hours of battery life and SoundSport has up to 6 hours.

The free Bose Connect app gives each Bose wireless headphone more functionality. Its interface is so clean and minimal, it’s familiar on the first use. Owners can connect and switch between Bluetooth devices, update software, personalize their voice prompt language and more. For the QC30, the Bose Connect app will include the controllable noise cancellation feature to increase awareness or decrease noise; for the SoundSport Pulse, it will show your real-time heart rate. The new Bose Connect app will add new headphone “skills” over time.

The QuietComfort 35 headphones come in Black and Silver; the QuietControl 30 headphones come in Black; SoundSport wireless headphones come in Black and Aqua now, and Citron in September; the SoundSport Pulse headphones come in Power Red. StayHear+ tips for the QC30 and SoundSport headphones are included in three sizes: small, medium and large. Bose Introduces Wireless QC Noise Cancelling Headphones And Wireless Sport Headphones.

Bose offers with the new noise cancelling headphones a solid line-up for 2016. Wireless in headphones has finally arrived in full.

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