Monday, October 2, 2023

Bose QuietComfort Ultra headphones launched with aptX Adaptive and Immersive Audio

Bose officially launched an Ultra for the first time today (September 14, 2023) to its flagship wireless peripherals with “world-class noise cancellation, high-quality audio, and legendary comfort and stability.” The new headphones feature Snapdragon Sound for “lossless, low-latency sound” and support Qualcomm’s Qualcomm aptX Adaptive technology.

The manufacturer also claims that the choice of audio chipsets ensures “more seamless and robust connectivity with premium Android devices” across the QuietComfort Ultra range. Both are compatible with Google Fast Pair and standard Bluetooth 5.3 technology.

The Ultra headphones also have a wired mode – via a 2.5mm port, although there is a cable with a 3.5mm jack at the other end of the case. They are available to order now directly from Bose for $429.

Bose could try to rationalize these prices by introducing Immersive Audio – although the new Ultra headphones are programmed to provide a maximum of 18 hours of use per charge when the device is on (or 24 hours with the new setting turned off). .

For those looking to spend less money, there are new Ultra non-immersive audio headphones. The new QuietComfort headphones are introduced as QC 45 and are the premium headphones with the lowest metal content among Bose’s three new models. However, they have adjustable and customizable noise cancellation. They’re also said to have a battery life of 24 hours or less and still come with Bluetooth 5.1 – but they still cost $349.

In addition to the White Smoke and Black options open to the QuietComfort Ultra variants, they are available at least in the exclusive Cypress Green variant.

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