The Earbuds II will release September 15 for 299 USD.
The American manufacturer of high-end audio equipment BOSE has introduced an updated version of its flagship wireless headphones QuietComfort Earbuds.
Earbuds II has received a new profile - now the headphones are almost a third smaller in size, and also come in a new charging case. The Fit Kit comes in two pieces that allow you to mix and match different rubber bands and ear tips. New is the CustomTune calibration feature, which automatically adjusts the sound every time the headphones are put on, measuring the acoustic response in each unique ear canal.
BOSE QuietComfort Earbuds II also feature Bluetooth 5.3 support and enhanced sweat and water resistance. In offline mode, the flagship headphones can work up to six hours. The manufacturer also indicates that the model has a built-in voice assistant and intuitive touch controls.
“Since we brought noise cancellation to market, we’ve remained passionate about pushing boundaries in engineering, technology, and design — and the QuietComfort Earbuds II are the latest result of that commitment,” said Raza Haider, Director of Products at Bose.
The flagship model Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II will go on sale in the US market on September 15th. The retail price of the device will be $299. Later, the company will also introduce an updated version in the “Soapstone” color.