For years, Bose QuietComfort 25 was the reigning champs of noise-canceling headphones for travelers. Now, Bose has just figured out a way to hang the daily office work thanks to the new Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700.
The headphones that come out on June 30 and cost $ 399 (about £ 300, AU $ 575) will offer two built-in personal assistants – standard Amazon Alexa and also Google Assistant – plus Bose's new voice system technology that uses an eight microphone array to eliminate noise and focus on your voice.
In short, while the Bose Bose Headphones 700 has always been known for its great noise-canceling technology, looking forward to the headphone manufacturer's audio play even more for those who are constantly on the phone.
"The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 has been designed from scratch as an integrated system with a new acoustic and electronics package, new digital signal processing and a new eight microphone system for the most complete, effortless headphone experience ever," Bose said in an official review. release.
"Six microphones dramatically break noise so that it doesn't reach your ears. Two of these microphones combine with two others to dramatically improve voice pickup. A beamform array isolates your speech and suppresses anything else that's audible. A rejection ̵
Noise reduction in the ear? Bose has it too.
Along with the new Noise Canceling 700 headphones, Bose also unveiled two new earphones to reduce its noise reduction technology to a smaller size. For this purpose, we can also expect to see the new Bose Earbuds 500 and Noise Canceling Earbuds 700 joining the Bose headphone family in the near future.
According to Bose, the truly wireless Bose Earbuds 500 are super compact, versatile, and will be available this year, while the truly wireless Bose Noise Canceling Earbuds 700 will follow next year with more detail coming as we approach the launch.
Although there are no more details to go right now, the timing is interesting – especially since rumors continue to whirl about Apple's noise-canceling AirPods that we expected to see this year just to receive the less-than-ideal Apple AirPods 2.
If Bose and Apple squared next year with new noise-canceling genuine wireless earphones, yes, it could be a win-win for everyone.