Future headphones and earphones from Bose would benefit from spatial audio and better audio quality

The MySmartPrice site has posted visuals of Bose’s future high-end audio products, the Bose QC Ultra headphones and the Bose QC Ultra Earbuds.

2:20 p.m. update: Definitely, Bose does not seem to be able to reduce the leaks and we are approaching the flood. In the wake of information from MySmartPriceit is again the leaker Billbin-Kun who revealed on Dealabs the data sheet of the three Bose products, as well as their official presentation date.

Thus, according to information from the French leaker, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra would benefit from better noise reduction than the manufacturer’s previous headphones, with immersive audio and spatial audio compatibility. It would also incorporate an equalizer aimed at adapting to the shape of your ears, 18 hours of autonomy with Immersive Audio (spatial and immersive audio) and 24 hours in classic mode. The headphones would also be multipoint Bluetooth compatible, would benefit from touch controls, Bluetooth 5.3 and would be Snapdragon Sound and Google Fast Pair certified. Moreover, who says Snapdragon Sound compatibility says aptX codec, or even aptX Lossless.

The standard Bose QuietComfort headphones would lack immersive audio features like spatial audio. It would not benefit from the Snapdragon Sound certification either, but only multipoint Bluetooth. However, and this is logical from its name, it would benefit from active noise reduction, but also from a transparent mode.

The Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

Finally, for the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds wireless headphones, it would be necessary to count on the Immersive Audio function and the adaptive equalizer as well as the Snapdragon Sound. On the other hand, unlike headphones, headphones would not benefit from multipoint Bluetooth. They would also be limited to six hours of use in classic mode and four hours in Immersive Audio mode.

For the launch date, Billbil-Kun indicates that the three products will be presented from September 26th.

12:12 p.m. article:

At the start of the year, we learned thanks to leaker Kuba Wojciechowski that Bose was working on a new high-end noise reduction Bluetooth headset, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra. Earlier in the week, this time it’s Billbil-Kun from the site Dealabs which revealed that the American manufacturer was actually working on three new products: not only the Bose QuietComfort Ultra headphones, but also a more accessible Bose QuietComfort Headphones model and Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds headphones.

Information that seems to be confirmed while the Indian site MySmartPrice released this Thursday new information on the upcoming range from Bose. In partnership with the leaker OnLeaks, the site has posted visuals not only of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra headphones, already seen in February, but also of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds headphones.

On the Bluetooth headset side, as we could already see on the previous leak, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra – or Bose QC Ultra – should adopt both the codes of the manufacturer’s QuietComfort range – with forks maintaining the arch at the shells, — but also the Headphones 700 model with more tapered ears. The helmet would also be equipped with a USB-C connection for charging and physical buttons to manage the volume or the music. A headphone jack in 2.5 mm format would also be integrated alongside the USB socket. The helmet would also be available in two colors: black and cream.

Headphones very similar to the QC Earbuds II

On the other hand, this is the first time that we can see visuals of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds, the manufacturer’s future wireless headphones. These should succeed the Bose QC Earbuds II launched at the end of last year and would largely take over the design. The Bose QC Ultra Earbuds would thus have short stems. They would, however, be distinguished by a matte surface with a metallic look on the touch area. Again, two colors would be offered by Bose: black or cream.

The Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

For the time being, we still do not know when the new Bose products will be officially presented. However, the fact that the visuals for marketing are already ready suggests a launch in the next few months or, at the very least, by the end of the year. For prices, Dealabs announced this week that the headphones would be offered at 350 euros when the high-end headphones would be displayed at 500 euros.

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