Bose is a legendary headphone maker and it’s new upgrade to the QC35 is going to be an amazing one. The headphone maker had said the new headset has been created with proprietary active equalization meaning they can avoid boosted bass, vocals and even treble that can create listener fatigue over time.
To solve the problem, Bose created a clear, natural and balanced reproduction which will be overtaking the Bose QC35. In fact, just this Wednesday, the company made the announcement that a new set of over-ear headphones that is built upon the QuietComfort Series.
The wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 feature a staggering eight microphones to assist with noise cancellation and improve voice pickup. Bose said they’re designed to “transform the most demanding environments into private sanctuaries for listening” and “transform the same public spaces into private rooms for talking with friends, family and virtual personal assistants.”
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The headphone is well built and well designed. It has capacitive touch which can be used for normal tasks such as call answering and ending, volume adjustment and pausing, playing and skipping music tracks.
Aside that, there is also the presence of three physical buttons with each having various functionality like like on and off while the other access noise cancellation levels and the third is meant to activate your virtual personal assistant of your choice such as Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant.
The new headphone will offer a powerful 20 hours of battery life and it can also fold flat with a twist of the ear cups which allows them to be well kept into their case. There are two colors which includes $399.95 when they launch by the 30th of June. Interested parties can pre-order the cans starting today.