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Bose introduces wireless QC noise cancelling headphones in India

Bose QC35 is an around-ear headphone with a custom engineered Bluetooth system that has up to 20 hours of battery life

By: Tech Desk |
June 30, 2016 7:49:06 pm
Bose QC35 features the same noise cancellation technique seen on previous QC25 but is wireless now Bose QC35 features the same noise cancellation technique seen on previous QC25 but is wireless now

Bose has announced the update to its QuietComfort 25 series headphones in India. Bose has announced QuietComfort 35 around-ear headphone and the QuietControl 30 in-ear headphone in India.

The highlight here is that both the headphones offer wireless noise cancellation. Bose still offers trademark noise cancellation among premium headphones and that doesn’t change even a bit with the introduction of new QuietComfort range.

Bose QC35 is an around-ear headphone with a custom engineered Bluetooth system for consistent connection. The QC35 has up to 20 hours of battery life and has controls placed on the right earcup.

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Bose QC30 is a wireless in-ear headphone featuring tiny earbuds integrating total of six microphones and a sleek neckband houses the rest of the electronics. It also lets users control the noise cancellation. Bose QC30 has up to 10 hours of battery life from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

Bose is also announcing new soundsport and soundsport pulse headphones. The soundsport series device water resistant headphones with powerful audio performance.

Bose QuietComfort 35 is available now for Rs 29,363 while QuietControl 30 will be available from September for a retail price of Rs 26,438.

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