So the leaks are verified with the publication of the QuietComfort 45 (also called QC45) paper by Bose on its official website, as well as with pre-orders open. Information shared by the US manufacturer confirms everything we know so far: The Bluetooth headset with active noise reduction from Bose has a USB-C port, promises more generous autonomy for 24 hours of use and can communicate via Bluetooth 5.1. The technique of listening to surrounding sounds is also part of “consciousness”.
This loading also highlights the design of the helmet, which could have been modified slightly to be more resistant (using fiberglass-reinforced nylon on the bow, and metal-reinforced hinges), while still retaining a very nice lightness. A fourth microphone also appears to ensure better quality of audio capture during calls. The little information allows us to know if there is a real disturbance in the acoustic performance of the headphones, both in terms of sound reproduction and isolation by means of active noise reduction. Bose highlights the patented “TriPort” acoustic architecture, which will ensure that “Deeper and richer sound” Even with the relatively small headphones. However, one thing is absolutely certain: the automatic active equalization function according to the volume, which works especially at the level of bass reproduction, will be integrated into the QC45.
Therefore, the Bose QuietComfort 45 is expected to be released at the end of September 2021. Pre-orders have already been activated on the manufacturer’s official website, with the delivery date set for September 20. The helmet is available in two colours: black or cloud white.
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