Bose has officially introduced the QuietComfort 45 headphones. The new model features improved active noise cancellation, Transparency Mode and 24 hours of battery life. The headphones cost €350 and will be delivered from September 20th.
Bose QuietComfort 45 specifications are consistent with information that has been posted online for a few weeks leaked. According to Bose, Active Noise Cancellation could have been improved, providing more silence via Quiet mode. the edge Reports It is better to filter especially mid-range frequencies. The headphones also include an Aware mode. This transparency mode allows users to listen to music and hear sounds from their environment at the same time. Microphones are used for this to pick up ambient noise. This sound is then played in real time in the ear cups. Bose has also added a fourth external microphone to improve speech detection during calls.
The operation and appearance of the QuietComfort 45 is similar to that of the QuietComfort 35 headphones. On the right side of the headphones there are four buttons that allow you to adjust the volume, change the Bluetooth connection, and turn off the device. On the left there is a button that switches between quiet mode and aware mode. According to Bose, nicks and rips have been eliminated on the new models, and softer materials have been chosen, including faux leather on the ear cushions.
The QuietComfort 45 headphones have a USB-C port and a 460mAh battery. This will allow the headphones to operate for 24 hours on a single charge. The device is recharged in 2.5 hours. With a 15-minute charge, you can listen to music for about 3 hours. The headphones support Bluetooth 5.1 and can connect to two audio devices at the same time. Bose Simple Sync is also supported.
The new QuietComfort 45 headphones replace headphones QuietComfort35 II and still Bose site Bookable for 350 euros. It is available in two colours: white and black. The device will be delivered in the week of September 20th.
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