Bose Announces New TWS Headphones: QuietComfort Earbuds and Sport Earbuds
Bose recently announced two new Bluetooth True Wireless (TWS) in-ear headphones: Bose QuietComfort Earbuds and Bose Sport Earbuds. Check out what these headphones have to offer!
Recently Bose announced 2 new models of True Wireless Bluetooth (TWS) in-ear headphones, QuietComfort Earbuds and Sport Earbuds. For the first time the company decided to put the name of its famous line of headphones with active noise cancellation on a TWSheadset , Quietcomfort. Probably the intention of calling one of your new headphones fully wireless in this way, is to impose it’s power as one of the leaders in active noise cancelling technology (ANC or active noise cancelling).
Through two new releases the North American company promises “all the ‘silence’ of bose headphones” for the TWS in-ear. According to the company, its new fully wireless headphones will offer stability and comfort even in the most intense workouts. However, there is a somewhat difficult way to pass in the case of Bose QuietComfort ($279), as it will go head-to-head with headphones such as the Airpods Pro, Sony WF-1000XM3 and Sennheiser True Momentum Wireless 2.
In the case of Bose Sport Earbuds, it will probably be more difficult to fight the competition, since it does not have any kind of active noise cancellation technology and costs US$179. In this price range there are many models that offer excellent quality and even with active noise cancellation function (ANC) in some cases.
At Bose QuietComfort we have 11 noise cancelling levels, which is common to see in noise-cancelling headphones that have applications. According to Bose, the format of its TWS headphones has been improved, bringing a more effective passive noise cancellation, where added to the company’s “new unique algorithm,” it is able to obtain a great capacity to attenuate external noise.
According to Bose, TWS QuietComfort avoids making any frequency in the spectrum (bass, midrange and treble) out of seeking a “faithful reproduction”. However, the company ends up contradicting itself with the statement that the bass are “rich and strong in any volume”.
In terms of battery life, the Bose QuietComfort is capable of achieving up to 6 hours of continuous playback and another 12 hours with the charging case.
Availability and release
Both Bose QuietComfort and Bose Sport Earbuds will be released on September 29 at prices of $279 and $179, respectively.