Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds: Feel the Music, Not the Noise

Bose QuietComfort Ultra EarBuds

Bose has just dropped three new products. Among them are the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds, QuietComfort Ultra Headphones, and QuietComfort Headphones. This is the first time Bose has slapped “Ultra” on its products. And it is there for a reason.

Both the Ultra products aim to deliver a class-leading audio experience. They come with advanced audio tech that delivers the most realistic sound. And if you’re looking to upgrade your listening with brand-new True Wireless Stereo earphones, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds should be under your radar.

Main Highlights of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

As you might’ve guessed, the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds is a flagship offering from Bose. And as a pair of high-end earbuds, it brings a lot to the table. Here are the key features of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds:

Immersive Audio Through Spatialized Sound

Like the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones, the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds integrate the proprietary spatial audio system. And for those wondering, it has nothing to do with Dolby Atmos. As you might know, Dolby Atmos offers an immersive soundscape that makes you feel like you’re listening to a song at a live show.

While the spatial audio feature of the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds does the same thing, Bose achieved it through proprietary audio processing. It creates a wider and more spacious soundstage, making all the audio content multi-dimensional. And the great part is that it works with any audio platform or device.

QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

With Bose’s spatialized audio, you get the feeling of virtually sitting right in the acoustic sweet spot. Also, the Immersive Audio feature of the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds reveals the true depth of the playback. As a result, you get to enjoy every nuance of the audio playback and discover the details you might have never heard before.

On that note, two different modes are available for the spatial audio feature on the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds. The first is called Still mode, which offers the best possible immersive audio experience when you are not moving. It keeps the spatialized audio in position, letting you get the most immersive sound.

The second is the Motion mode. As you can guess, it allows the audio to move with you. And with it turned on, you will feel like the audio is right in front of you when you’re on the go.

Customized Audio Experience

To make you get the best immersive audio experience, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds come with CustomTune tech. At the core, it’s an audio calibration feature that considers your listening capabilities and ears to deliver personalized audio. It does auto-calibration and lets you get the sweet spot in every playback.

Peronalized Audio

World-class Noise Cancellation on the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

Besides offering amazing sound, the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds excel in terms of isolation. Like the spatial audio feature, you will find two modes for noise cancellation. The first is Quiet mode, which shuts the world off and keeps you from getting distracted from the external noises.

QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

Then, there’s the Aware mode. As you may have guessed, this mode only cancels out the loud external noises. It works pretty similar to the Transparency mode found in the Apple AirPods. And you can get the best out of when carrying out outdoor activities where you need to stay aware of your environment.

On that note, the CustomTune technology also plays a role in this regard. It considers your environment and sets the noise cancellation mode accordingly. As a result, you get top-notch isolation regardless of the environment around you.

Enhanced Comfort and Superior Stability

You can keep the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds on your ears for a prolonged time without facing any discomfort. The buds come with a highly ergonomic shape, letting you get a natural fit on your ears. What’s more important, you can get nine possible combinations with the included ear tips and stability bands.

Comfortable Fit

With them, you can get an extremely secure fit. Also, the stability bands of the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds deliver an interlocking fit. They even help to make sure that the buds are mounted correctly on your ears. You don’t need to worry about the earbuds falling off when carrying out explosive moves or while you are on the go.

Sleek Outlooks and Calling Performance of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

Bose has chosen a refreshed design for the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds. It incorporates a new metallic treatment. This treatment makes the wireless earbuds achieve a much sleeker and luxe look.

Moreover, the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds utilize dynamic microphone mixing and adaptive filters. With these, the buds can clearly pick your voice even in less-than-ideal environments.

Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

Controls, Waterproofing, and Battery Life

The Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds come with responsive touch controls. You can quickly pause, play, skip, and adjust the volume through the touch panel on each bud. And as the wireless earbuds feature an IPX4 rating, you don’t need to worry about sweat or water getting inside the internals.

When it comes to battery life, the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds can offer up to six hours of runtime with fully charged batteries. And with the charging case, you get up to 3 additional charges. That means you can get up to 24 hours of runtime after a full charging session.

Pricing and Availability

Want to grab a pair of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds? You can pick one in the Black or White Smoke colorway. However, they are currently on pre-order, priced at $299. Bose will start to ship the earbuds on October 3.

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