The “iconic” Bose QuietComfort is officially back in TWS earbuds form. They are also Ultra for the first time, thanks to their signature “realistic” sound enhanced by Immersive Audio. This manufacturer’s long-awaited novelty in spatial audio features “Motion” and “Still” modes, designed to keep the impression of a “wider and more spatial soundstage” constant, regardless of whether the user is moving or not .
The QuietComfort Ultra headphones also feature the same internal specifications as the new flagship headphones, not to mention the same CustomTune sound calibration. They also have internal microphones and filters that “dynamically” adapt to wind noise, ensuring optimal speech intelligibility during telephone conversations.
Bose’s latest flagship headphones look a lot like their predecessors, although their wide, touch-sensitive temples have been given a new “metallic treatment” to make them resemble the new QuietComfort Ultra headphones. They can now be ordered directly from the manufacturer in the same colors Black or Smoke White for $299 https://www.bose.com/p/earbuds/bose-quietcomfort-ultra-earbuds/QCUE-HEADPHONEIN.html?dwvar_QCUE – HEADPHONEIN_color=BLACK&quantity=1.
However, at this price, Bose only claims a total usage time of 6 hours per charge for its new headphones, which drops to 4 with the new spatial audio system.
On the other hand, the Ultra Earbuds now charge wirelessly, but only when placed in their “new optional wireless charging case,” which costs $49 at https://www.bose.com/p/accessories-carry-cases- . bags/bose-wireless-charge-case-cover/CMWB-FQCUE_WLSCH-COVERCASE.html?dwvar_CMWB-FQCUE__WLSCH-COVERCASE_color=WHITE%20SMOKE&quantity=1 at bose.com. However, it is also compatible with the previous generation, which could encourage longer use of the QC II headphones.