Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II wireless earphones that automatically adapt to sound

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Bose unveiled the "Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II," a wireless earphone with noise cancellation. It will be available on September 29th. There are two color options: triple black and soapstone.

Each time the earphone is inserted in the ear, a unique tone is played, and the microphone within the earphone measures the acoustic response inside the user's ear. Based on that data, it is outfitted with the most recent "CustomTune technology," which precisely customizes both music and noise cancellation in less than 0.5 seconds. The user may now hear precisely what the artist meant. The noise reduction signal is additionally tailored to the user's hearing, resulting in much-enhanced noise cancellation performance. Furthermore, Aware mode allows you to take in the surrounding sounds as naturally as possible, ActiveSense, which strengthens noise canceling at the optimal level when a loud noise occurs nearby and returns to the original Aware mode when the noise disappears, bassEquipped with an equalizer function that allows you to control the midrange and treble to your liking.

The connection interface is Bluetooth 5.3, the codec is SBC / AAC, the communication distance is up to 9m, the battery life is up to 6 hours, the earphone charging time is approximately 1 hour, the charging case charging time is about 3 hours, and the charging time is around 20 minutes. The earphone is 17 mm broad, 30 mm high, and 22 mm deep, and weighs around 6 g. The charging case is 60 mm wide, 27 mm deep, and 66 mm high, and weighs around 60 g. Pricing seems to settle at around 250 USD.

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