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Bose introduces wireless headsets with noise cancellation
Bose comes with wireless versions of its QuietComfort headsets with noise cancellation. The QC35 is an around-ear model and the QC30 is an in-ear version. Also, the manufacturer with wireless headphones for athletes, including a model with built-in heart rate monitor.
According to Bose has the QuietComfort 35 headphones a battery that is good for a service life up to twenty hours. controls are placed on the right earpiece. Parties microphone to measure the inside and outside ambient noise, the headphones produce on this basis an “anti-noise”. The in-ear version Quiet Control 30 has a ‘noise control’ feature, whereby users can control how much noise is transmitted. The earphones are processed six microphones; other electronics is in the neckband. The QC35 can be ordered in advance for 379.95 euros in versions black or silver and comes from 15th June. The QC30 from September available in black for a suggested retail price of 299.95 euros.
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Bose also comes with the Sound Sports and Sound Sports Pulse, wireless headsets that are designed for use during sporting activities. According to the manufacturer, these models’ for intensive indoor and outdoor use. Sound Sports Pulse headphones feature a built-in heart rate monitor that measures the heart rate of the wearer through the ear. Regular Sound Sport headphones have a suggested retail price of 179.95 euros, the Pulse version will cost 229.95 euros and comes in early September on the market.
All new wireless headphones come with NFC for automatic bluetooth link and work with the Bose Connect app, available for iOS and Android.Viewing:-101
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