Bose first introduced its QuietComfort 35 II headphones in 2017. In 2019, the company released the Bose 700 model but didn’t retire the QC lineup. However, now the firm has announced a replacement for QC 35 II- the QuietComfort 45. The company also said the forthcoming QuietComfort 45 will offer the same audio quality, comfort like that of its predecessor, along with reliable control. Plus, the company has used the same design for QC45 as its predecessor, apart from a few changes.
The company made some significant design changes in Bose 700, but it has maintained the same aesthetic when it comes to QC45. Bose said that it has retained the design elements that made the QC35 and QC35 II special. However, it has removed the pleats on the earpads and closed some gaps to provide a better transition. These headphones are likely to be light and cozy as the company has not tweaked with things that made the headphones travel-friendly. Moreover, they still have the same flat for ear storage courtesy of the rotating earcups and a hinged headband.
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What’s more, the company has made some significant changes inside the headphones. According to Bose, the QC45 is equipped with an enhanced noise cancellation feature, and internal and external microphones are paired with a proprietary digital chip. The company claims that this setup should detect and silence more mid-range frequencies in Quiet Mode.
Additionally, the QuietComfort 45 also packs an Aware setting. This feature offers full transparency to your environment. Unfortunately, there’s no level adjustment for the active noise cancellation (ANC) here, you just have the two modes mentioned above.
Pricing and availability
The QuietComfort 45 headphones will be available for purchase starting September 23rd for $329.95 in black and light grey color options. The pre-orders through official Bose’s website and Amazon has already begun.
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