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If You Have A Wired Bose Cans, You May Want To Check Out This Accessory

Before the era of wireless headphones, many Bose users would have the good’ol wired noise cancelling headphones. If you one them who contemplate on upgrading to a wireless variety, you may want to check out this sleek (and dare we say neat) accessory called AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter from Bolle & Raven. Available for Bose QuietComfort 25 (QC25) as well as Bose QuietComfort 15 (QC15), AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter is designed to fit seamlessly to the contours of these two Bose audio cans (all hail to removable cable!). Continue reading If You Have A Wired Bose Cans, You May Want To Check Out This Accessory

Meet The New Bose Voice Assistant-Enabled Smart Speakers

Is it just me who feel Bose is being particularly aggressive in pushing out new and innovative products lately? Prior to the Bose Frames and after the ear plugs, it has announced a couple of new ‘smart’ audio devices: a new wireless smart speaker called Bose Home Speaker 500 and two new smart sound bars, referred to as Bose Soundbar 700 and Soundbar 500. Continue reading Meet The New Bose Voice Assistant-Enabled Smart Speakers

Bose Now Has A Pair Of Sunglasses And It Is The World’s First To Tout Audio AR

Well, what do you know? Audio equipment maker Bose has just introduced a pair of sunglasses this week. You heard that right. Sunglasses, from Bose. Naturally, this being Bose, you’d expect audio of some form to be in the mix. The Bose Frames, as it is called, indeed have that. Not only does it pump out audio through its proprietary open-ear design, it also has audio augmented reality built into it. The open-ear speaker is located discreetly on each temple, in front the ear. Continue reading Bose Now Has A Pair Of Sunglasses And It Is The World’s First To Tout Audio AR

Oh, Look. Bose Now Also Makes Earplugs To Keep Noises Out Too

If the myriad of night time noises are keeping you awake, then it is high time to get yourself a pair of earbuds (or earplugs if you will). Earbuds are a dime a dozen. From the cheapest that you can in hardware stores, normally use when working in constructions, to those that allows you to tune out the environment noise based on your preferences. It is right to say there is something for everyone. And then there is the Bose Noise-masking Sleepbuds. Continue reading Oh, Look. Bose Now Also Makes Earplugs To Keep Noises Out Too

Bose SoundSport Free Cut The Cords, But Not Looking Awkward Like AirPods

Wireless in-ear headphones aren’t new at all and like many overly common products, we tend to skip them unless it has some worthy mentions. However, when the Bose SoundSport Free surfaced, we are obliged to let you know just to remind everyone how freaking hideous Apple AirPods is. Long before Bose came onboard the wireless earbuds bandwagon with SoundSport, already several independent makers have already did so. Seriously, independent makers. You know what that means? It means they are mostly start ups with little budget. Continue reading Bose SoundSport Free Cut The Cords, But Not Looking Awkward Like AirPods

Bose’s Future Headphones Lets You Tune Out What You Don’t Want To Hear

By today’s standard, putting on a pair of headphones would means you chose to listen to music over conversation. I did’t make this up; it is a norm accepted by everyone since with music blasting into your sound holes, you’d be straining to hear others and if you speak, you’d be yelling to be heard… by yourself. This is where Hearphones Conversation-enhancing Headphones by Bose aims to address. Details on this revolutionary personal listening device are not extensive, but according to its dedicated website, Hearphones puts you in control of what you want to listen. Continue reading Bose’s Future Headphones Lets You Tune Out What You Don’t Want To Hear

Bose Introduces BOSEbuild For Kids To Build Their Own Bose Speaker

Bose is expanding its horizontal to include children. It now wants to educate the young ones about the birds and the bees of… speakers and it wants to do so by selling you the BOSEbuild Built-It-Yourself Speaker for Kids. To anyone who knows their Marketing 101, you know exactly where’s Bose is heading with BOSEbuild. It is the first of the DIY kit is a cube speaker that lets kids put together a Bluetooth speaker, after which they can personalize the fruit of their labor with colors and covers. It promised to be easy to build and comes with the necessary instructions which Bose described as “involve discovery and education – from how a simple magnet and coil make sound, to how a speaker reproduces music.” In other words, kids will not only build, but also kind of know the theory behind the build, which could be good source education outside of school. Continue reading Bose Introduces BOSEbuild For Kids To Build Their Own Bose Speaker

Bose’s New Headphones Lets You Control How Much Noise To Block

When it comes to headphones, Bose is one company that’s relentless in the pursuit of quietness and audio excellency. The all-new QuietComfort 35 and QuietControl 30 are the latest examples of this pursuit. Bose raises the bar of wireless noise cancelation headphones, letting you cut the ding out of the environment completely and while that may sound (pun not intended) rather ‘run-of-the-mill’, Bose promised remarkable silence when the around-ear QuietComfort 35’s noise cancellation is activated. Microphones inside and outside the earcups detects unwanted sounds which are then eliminated by two proprietary digital electronic chips to offer you dramatic quietness, so you can enjoy your favorite tunes without distraction. It saves your ears too, since there’s no need to crank up to the eleven in order to hear what you want to hear. Continue reading Bose’s New Headphones Lets You Control How Much Noise To Block

Bose Introduces New SoundLink Mini Speaker II with a Slew of New Features

There is no arguing with Bose’s audio quality, no matter how small the speaker is. That said, if you are in the market for an ultra portable, sophisticated Bluetooth speaker with the audio prowess to boot, then you might want to give the new Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II a thought. Billed as the most feature-rich, ultra-portable SoundLink speaker ever, the Mini II is updated with speakerphone functionality which its predecessor lacks, a longer battery life for up to 10 hours of playback, multi-connect capability that allows two device to be connected at the same time, and voice prompts that guides you through a painless pairing process. Continue reading Bose Introduces New SoundLink Mini Speaker II with a Slew of New Features

Bose Debuts Next Generation QuietComfort Headphones, Promised A New Level Of Quiet

it has been while since we were last impressed by any Bose headphones as far as design goes and hence, the lack of them here. however, the next-generation QuietComfort headphones announced last week, the QuietComfort 25 already had us at hello. granted we can’t attest to the sound yet, but as far as looks and what’s being promised under the hood goes, it sure sounds like Bose has a winner in their hands. aesthetically, we are digging its clean look, which unlike the QuietComfort 15, has less thing going on. we believe ‘sleek’ is the word we use to describe such design excellency. on the technical aspect, the QuietComfort 25 is the culmination of three decades of research, boasting a more finely tuned Active EQ that delivers a smoother frequency response spanning the entire spectrum of sound, regardless of listening level. Continue reading Bose Debuts Next Generation QuietComfort Headphones, Promised A New Level Of Quiet