Bose has launched a new pair of noise cancelling headphones called the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. The new headphones come with a total of four microphones for sound input, two of which work on noise isolation while the other two work on isolating user’s speech. The Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 use active equalisation which will help reduce listening fatigue.
Bose has also launched the Earbuds 500 and the Earbuds 700 alongside the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. The Noise Cancelling Headphone 700s are up for preorder and are priced at $399.95. The latest headphones support all major voice assistants like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Siri. You can also invoke Alexa by using voice commands.
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 also feature improved hardware that results in better noise cancellation. Furthermore, the new digital signal processing is designed to eliminate the typical hissing noise emanated by the Active Noise Cancelling unit. You can also choose between 11 different intensity level and choose whether or not to let ambient sound filter through the noise cancellation.
The new headphones are built out of stainless steel and according to the company, have less exposed screws and joints. Bose has baked in touch controls that let you play, pause, control volume and skip tracks. There is a dedicated button to invoke voice assistants, and for accessing the noise cancellation feature. The new headphones will go on sale from June 30th in the US and are rated to offer 20 hours of battery life.