A great replacement for Apple’s AirPods Pro could be the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II

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The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II offer a new design that’s not only smaller than its predecessor, but also lighter. But that’s not the only change, as the new earbuds feature Bose CustomTune sound calibration technology. As soon as you take the earbuds out of the case, they will start ringing. Audio coupled into the earpiece’s microphone measures your ear canal for the best possible noise cancellation. Additionally, the technology can target specific frequencies, allowing you to tailor noise cancellation to your environment. This can be achieved with his four microphones dedicated to each earphone, which are used to instantly capture changes in audio frequencies.

When it comes to noise-cancelling headphones, Bose really isn’t short: the company’s founder, Dr. Amar Bose, brought this technology to consumer products. The company’s light has faded in recent years, but it always offers interesting products. Today, the company unveiled its latest wireless noise-cancelling earbuds, the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II.

Highlights

  • That’s why Bose has developed a new “Ear Tip Fit Kit” with ear tips and interchangeable stability bands to help users enjoy maximum comfort. Bose says up to nine different configurations are possible. When it comes to protection from the elements, the QuietComfort Earbuds II are IPX4 rated sweat and water resistant. The earbuds also have touch controls that let you play, pause, skip, and more. Bose plans to add more features at a later date.

  • Plus, when it comes to music, CustomTune optimizes the sound coming out of your earphones, letting you hear the music the way the artist intended. Awareness mode with ActiveSense makes users very aware of their surroundings. The new mode has enhanced transparency settings to ensure that the sound is conveyed to you in the most natural way possible. Of course, without comfort, there is no point.

The earbuds come with a stylish charging case that charges via USB-C, and the earbuds offer up to 6 hours of battery life and an additional 3 charges using the case. Best of all, the earbuds are compatible with both iOS and Android devices. These could be great replacements for the recently announced Apple AirPods Pro. The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II launch his September 15th and cost $299.

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