Bose engineers are here some great products. With the launch of QuietComfort 20 first in-ear noise cancelling headphones and Soundlink Mini Bluetooth speaker, Bose Corp is ready after 30 years of continuous research in advancing their technology. Delivering a remarkable breakthrough in noise reduction, audio performance and comfort, these headphones fit in your pocket, weigh just 1.5 ounces, and rival the performance of much larger headphones. Bose engineers first placed two tiny microphones in each earbud; one senses the sound approaching, the other measures the sound inside. The measurements are then sent to a digital electronic chip located in the control module found on the headphone cord. The Bose-exclusive digital electronic chip, the first of its kind, calculates an equal and opposite noise cancellation signal within a fraction of a millisecond. The resulting noise reduction is so dramatic, it has to be heard to be believed.
The new SoundLink Mini speaker fits in the palm of your hand and connects wirelessly to a smart device or tablet. At 1.5 pounds, this speaker weighs no more than the average tablet. It measures just 2.0”H x 7.1”W x 2.3”D and with its anodized aluminum housing, it resists scratches and fingerprints, and is strong and durable enough for the rigors of everyday use. Debuting in the SoundLink Mini speaker, the new Bose transducers move twice the air as conventional same-size transducers and deliver clear mid- and high-frequencies. To optimize the audio output, Bose digital signal processing is integrated for tonally balanced sound at any listening level. The resulting experience is unprecedented, shares Bose.
The QuietComfort 20 and 20i headphones will be available starting in the summer of 2013 for $299.95. The SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker will be available beginning on July 11, 2013, for $199.95; SoundLink Mini speaker preorders begin today through Bose stores, Bose.com and select authorized dealers.