When you are talking about good quality noise-canceling headphones, the one company that cannot be left out of the equation is Bose. They are known for delivering some of the finest offerings in the market, and their QuietComfort series has become the top player in delivering excellent comfort, noise-canceling, as well as sound quality. Today, Bose has launched the QuietComfort Earbuds II, and these do want to take on the Apple AirPods Pro.
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II are Excellent High-End True Wireless Earbuds
The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II is offering a new design that is smaller and lighter than its predecessor. However, that is not the only change, as the new earbuds are also offering Bose CustomTune sound calibration technology. As soon as you remove the earbuds from the case, they will start to play a tone. The tone paired with the microphone in the earbuds will measure the ear canal, and this will create the best, tailored noise-cancellation for the user.
In addition to that, the technology can also target specific frequencies, which will allow the noise cancellation to become adaptive to a person's surroundings; all of this is done through four microphones that are in each earbud and are used to sense sound frequency changes in real-time.
Furthermore, when it comes to music, CustomTune can optimize the sound coming from the earbuds, allowing music to be heard as the artist wanted you to hear. It can also make users hyper-aware of their surroundings using "Aware Mode with ActiveSense." The new mode is going to offer improved transparency settings, allowing sounds to pass through to the user in the best possible way. The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II are also getting the "eartip Fit Kit," which brings ear tips and interchangeable stability bands, allowing the users to maximize comfort with up to nine different configurations. You are also getting IPX4 sweat and water resistance.
Moving further, the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II will also feature touch controls that will grant you access to play, pause, skip, and more. Bose is planning on adding more functionality at a later date. The earbuds are going to ship with a sleek charging case that you can charge using USB Type-C; the earbuds provide 6 hours of listening time with additional three charges with the case. The earbuds are compatible with both Android and iOS and are easily among the top contenders for anyone who wants to replace their AirPods Pro.
The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II are going to cost $299 and will be available on 15th September, later this month.