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Bose announces its first noise-isolating in-ear headphones in India

Bose launches its first noise-isolating in-ear headphone at Rs 11,138

By: Tech Desk |
September 11, 2015 3:26:48 pm
Bose, Bose noise-isolating headphones, Bose SoundTrue headphones, Bose SoundTrue Ultra, Bose wireless headphones, Bose StayHear, Bose headphones, Bose headphones, Bose speakers, Bose headphones with Mic, gadget news, tech news, technology Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-ear headphones come with redesigned StayHear Ultra tips for superior comfort (Source: Bose)

Bose has introduced its first noise-isolating in-ear headphones in India. The Bose SoundTrue Ultra in-ear headphones come in Charcoal and Frost colour options.

The Bose SoundTrue Ultra in-ear headphones feature new StayHear Ultra tips which don’t rely on good fit in the ear instead rest on the outside of the ear canal, offering acoustic seal with use of a new high-precision driver for accurate audio reproduction.

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Bose is also introducing a new cable with T-joint design that Bose says is less likely to come in contact with the body. Bose has also added an inline remote and microphone allowing to control music and take calls easily.

Bose also introduced new SoundTrue around-ear headphones II with slimmer profile and SoundSport in-ear headphones engineered for exercise.

The Bose SoundTrue Ultra in-ear headphones are available for Rs 11,138 while new SoundTrue around-ear headphones are available for Rs 14,513 and SoundSport in-ear headphones are priced between Rs 7,763 and Rs 10,013. The headphones are now available from Bose retail stores and select authorised resellers.

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