Bose new QuietComfort 35 and QuietControl 30 offers both Active Noise Cancellation system and wireless audio via Bluetooth.

Bose QuietComfort finally go wireless !

Good news for every Bose lovers out there, the band’s flagship QuietComfort series are now wireless, thanks to the new QuietComfort 35 headphones. According to Bose, this new QuietComfort 35 headphones offer the best noise cancellation available anywhere AND a custom-engineered Bluetooth system for a strong and consistent connection anywhere.

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Until now, great wireless noise cancellation and better wireless workouts have been more of a dream than reality,” said Bernice Cramer, General Manager of Bose Wireless Headphones. “Like the QuietComfort headphones before them, the performance of the QC30 and QC35 are way ahead of where the market is right now. And for the millions of people who run, bike, hike or hit the gym, SoundSport headphones offer a new kind of alternative, because they’re not just named for exercise — they’re made for it.

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With microphones inside and outside the earcups, the QC35 senses, measures and sends unwanted sounds to two proprietary digital electronic chips — one for each ear — which respond with a precise, equal and opposite signal in less than a fraction of a millisecond. The QuietComfort 35 has up to 20 hours of battery life from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Simple buttons are on the right earcup: on/off, music volume, play/pause, and answer/end calls.

Concerning the new Bose QuietControl 30, it’s a “technical tour-de-force to make every day better” according to Bose. It also gets a noise cancellation system, all packed in a wireless in-ear design. They also debut a new, robust Bluetooth system that works reliably in changing surroundings. The QC30 headphones feature tiny earbuds that integrate a total of six microphones, and a sleek neckband that houses the rest of the advanced electronics system. Turn its noise cancellation up or down, not on or off, and it adapts to the level you set without changing your music volume.

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The QC30 has up to 10 hours of battery life from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Simple buttons are on an in-line remote: music volume, play/pause, answer/end calls, and noise control. The QC30 also features StayHear+ tips, that eliminates the pressure and aches of conventional ear tips.

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Price and availability

The QuietComfort 35 is available beginning June 5, 2016 for $349.95, while the new QuietControl 30 will be available beginning September 2016 for $299.95.

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