Bose launches QuietComfort 45 headphones
Bose launches QuietComfort 45 headphones

After Bose debuted in FCC documents in July and reappeared earlier this month, Bose introduced the QuietComfort 45 noise-cancelling headphones with a 24-hour battery.

The helmet is priced at $329.95 and will go on sale September 23. The QC45 headphones offer enhanced active noise cancellation and transparent or ambient noise features that the company calls "awareness mode."

Voice call performance has been improved, battery life extended and can now be charged for up to 24 hours.

The company has high hopes for the release of this product and claims a headphone update that redefines headphones.

Available in black or white, this headset is very similar to its predecessor, the QuietComfort 35 II, and has a smoother design than the company's other advanced noise-reducing headphones 700.

However, this means that it can be folded up for easy storage in the accompanying bag or travel bag. The company said it improved the design by removing wrinkles and creases on soft materials and replacing the spaces between components with smooth transitions.

The controls are very similar, with four buttons on the right ear and one on the left ear to toggle between noise cancellation and transparency modes.

Speaking of which, the company claims that the QuietComfort 45's noise reduction is better than the QuietComfort 35 II headphones for eliminating mid-frequency frequencies often found on suburban trains, crowded offices, and coffee shops.

Although the noise-canceling headphone 700 allows you to adjust the level of applied noise reduction, the QuietComfort 45 offers only two modes: silent and perceptual.

QuietComfort 45 is also improved in terms of microphone performance. Bose includes bar tape to improve sound insulation during calls. There is also a rejection matrix that prevents distracting voices from being picked up and from reaching your conversation partner.

Bose launches QuietComfort 45 . headphones

Battery life is up to 24 hours of continuous use. QuietComfort 45 has a USB-C connection.

According to the company, a full charge takes two and a half hours. But only 15 minutes of charging time, you can get 3 hours of playing time.

Like its predecessors, the QuietComfort 45 headphones support multi-point pairing of two connections at the same time.

The QuietComfort 35 II has been discontinued and replaced with the QuietComfort 45. But if the dealer is sold out, you can still find old headphones.

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