new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700s: features, price and release date

ByJocelyn Longoria 2019-05-31 1051

It has been three years since Bose introduced its successful QuietComfort 35 noise-cancelling headphones, which in 2017 received an upgrade to add a button dedicated to Google Assistant and were known as QuietComfort 35 II. Since then we have seen revisions but not new high-end noise-cancelling wireless headphones from Bose. Until today.

Today Bose is finally announcing the successors to the QC35 that will be known as Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700s or NCH 700s so as not to complicate matters. Headphones that come to claim the throne that Sony now owns with its amazing WH-1000XM3.

New design, touch panel and autonomy of up to 20 hours

The new Bose NCH 700s are based on the current noise cancellation technology that was born in the QC35, which is improved to add new systems that allow you to adjust what you hear, or don't want to hear, with better accuracy, or at least that's what Bose promises.

These new Bose headphones also feature a new design to take you away from the QC35 and look more in tune with what's currently on the market. Now you see cleaner, sleeker lines with fewer buttons and a touch panel is added to the front of the right earpiece to operate the basic functions.

At last we have USB-C port for charging and the autonomy will be about 20 hours of continuous use, according to specifications. It is compatible with Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant, so they can be used with any smartphone and be operated via voice.

The Bose NCH 700s incorporate a new system of eight microphones, four for noise cancellation and the other four to improve our voice in calls or when we ask something to the assistant, which is now activated with the voice and will not be necessary to press a button to invoke it.

The noise cancellation system can now be adjusted with up to 11 predefined levels, where thanks to 'voice pickup' technology, we can now focus our attention on an external audio source, such as someone's voice or car noise in a city, while the rest of the noise is cancelled.

For these new headphones, Bose is adding its Bose AR platform, something they describe as "augmented reality for the ears". This technology, which is still being tested, will be based on data collected by our smartphone, such as location, to give us voice data of where we are and where to go in case we are looking for an address, all automatically without user intervention, says Bose.

On the other hand, Bose promises that in a next update, 700s will be added to the NCHs "relaxing sounds" that will cancel out outside noise and whose goal will be to improve concentration and "disconnect from the world".

Price and availability of Bose NCH 700s

The new Bose NCH 700s will go on sale, initially in the United States on June 20, will be available in white and gray at a price of $399.95.

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