The future: Bose has just introduced a new QuietComfort headset for its range. The new headset, called the QuietComfort 45, will be an upgrade over its predecessor, improved battery life and sound insulation, and two new listening modes can be selected: mute, which cancels out noise, and conscious off.
Since the launch of the original QuietComfort 35 headphones, the popularity of the QuietComfort Bose series has grown significantly, with some of the most popular wireless headphones available. After the QC35 was launched, the company upgraded it to the QuietComfort 35 II, which later included the game with a detachable microphone unit.
Bose is currently upgrading the QuietComfort series with the new version. QuietComfort 45. Compared to previous versions, its design is almost the same and has few changes. Some of these changes are the removal of soft materials and modifications that make the gap between components smoother.
In order to better preserve the environment, the Bose QuietComfort 45 has two listening modes. When silent mode is active, the noise canceling system enters and analyzes and cancels outside noise. In conscious mode, noise cancellation is turned off to provide complete clarity of sound.
With four buttons on the right ear, users can power on, control volume, pair via Bluetooth, answer calls, and end calls. Play and pause music and access virtual assistants. On the left earring case, there is a button to switch between the two modes or turn off the microphone.
The battery life has been improved compared to the QC 35 II and is used for a maximum of 24 hours. For a full charge, the headphones need to be charged for two hours, and a 15-minute charge can give you three hours of playback. The headphones are charged via the USB-C port. Another new feature in the QC45 is noise cancellation in calls, isolating the user's voice and preventing external noise from getting louder for clearer communication.
The new QC45 is compatible with Bose Music, which allows users to configure multipoint connections with iOS and Android devices, and uses Bose SympleSync to connect headphones to compatible Bose audio bars. to use. Available in black and white, the Bose QuietComfort is now available for pre-order for $329.95.
The new Bose QuietComfort 45 is a small but welcome upgrade to the QuietComfort 35 II