Bose QuietComfort: Promotional video leaks for cheaper alternative to QuietComfort Ultra
@OnLeaks and The Tech Outlook have combined to leak the first promotional video for the Bose QuietComfort, a pair of headphones that has been the subject of various leaks in the last week or so. Most recently, The Verge shared hands-on photos of the Ultra, which shares the same overall design as the standard QuietComfort. Previously, various sources revealed various details about the QuietComfort, plus the QuietComfort Ultra and QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds.
In comparison, @OnLeaks and The Tech Outlook's latest leak shows the QuietComfort in use for the first time, as well as how Bose intends to market the headphones. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Bose focuses on its noise-cancelling technology, which it now considers has reached legendary status. Moreover, the company advertises the QuietComfort as offering 'all day comfort', coupled with a rumoured 24 hours of battery life. Furthermore, the headphones can be connected via Bluetooth or an AUX cable.
However, it remains to be seen whether Bose allows the QuietComfort to operate using AUX when its battery is fully depleted. Separately, Bose also demonstrated its three-band equaliser for controlling bass, midrange and treble, which is more simplified than its competitors like Sony provide for their headphones. The QuietComfort is anticipated to debut on September 26 for €399.95. Bose is rumoured to have prepared the QuietComfort Ultra and QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds for release simultaneously too, which are expected to debut for €499.95 and €349.95, respectively.