Bose has announced the company’s latest wireless headphone – SoundLink around-ear wireless headphone II in India at a price tag of Rs. 21,150. It comes in two colours – Black & White and will be available starting September 4, 2015 from selected authorised Bose dealers, Bose retail stores & on Bose.com. It used impact-resistant materials, glass-filled nylon and corrosion-resistant stainless steel. it comes with soft ear cushions & a contoured headband.
Commenting on the launch, Bernice Cramer, general manager of Bose Wireless Headphones, said:
“We believe when you give up wires, you shouldn’t have to compromise audio performance or convenience. So, we did more than make the SoundLink II the best-sounding wireless headphones out there. We made them the most hassle-free wireless headphones, too. You’ll notice how great your music sounds first, and then you’ll notice that we solved all the little and big problems that no one else has.That’s the power of great engineering — it makes the entire streaming music experience that much better.”
The SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones II combine the best sound quality of any wireless headphones and offers amazing 15 hours of battery life. It also has multi-point for connecting two devices at a time, quacking pairing with NFC technology, seamless audio/video sync, easy switching between music and calls and intuitive controls & voice prompts that don’t leave you guessing.
They are made for mobile. The SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones II uses proprietary technologies and it includes active equalisation & new volume-optimized eaualization, so your music is detailed & real at any volume.
Adding further, Cramer, said:
“We’ve never adjusted how a piece of music will sound when it’s reproduced because it’s not our music — it’s the artist’s music and it’s your music, and our job is to make it sound as good as it can.”
For calls, the SoundLink around-ear headphones II use an advanced microphone system, HD voice and adaptive audio adjustment technology for wind or noise. Volume is changed automatically based on speech level and changing environments, letting you move from a quiet building to a busy street without missing a word or fumbling for controls.