Bose Bluetooth Headset Automatically Adapts to Both Quiet and Noisy Environments
It’s starting to seem like just about everyone is making a bluetooth headset nowadays, and now not to be left out, Bose has joined the crowd. The first ever Bose Bluetooth Headset features technology that will allow a user to move between a quiet and loud environment, without having to change volume controls. The headset has a special design that allows its built-in mic to selectively sense a user’s voice, and acoustically reject the background sounds that interfere with it — so that the caller is heard more, and distractions are heard less. The headset also comes with Bose StayHear tips for a comfy and secure fit without the need for an ear hook. The headset also has a sliding on/off switch for answering calls or turning the device on and off. Finally, the Bose Bluetooth headset comes with a protective case and 3 ear-tips and will be available in November for $149.95.
…features enhanced Bose TriPort acoustic headphone structure, now optimized for speech reproduction, and new Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology — an advancement that measures incoming speech and background noise, and adjusts voice levels automatically and smoothly.