Let’s face it, sometimes you need some some peace and quiet to get some work done. I’m not sure what your household is like, but with 4 1/2 and 3 year old boys at home, there is rarely a quiet moment in our house. Now while I love the sounds most of the time, there are some times I need to focus on work. But with that, I can’t be completely unavailable, just incase someone needs me. That used to be somewhat of an anomaly, but not any more.
How do I do it? With my new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. With their brand-new acoustic design, it allows me to achieve the best noise cancelling performance (the best of any Bose headphone ever) while also allowing me to transition from complete isolation (which I sometimes need) to full awareness, simply with the touch of a button.
The noise cancelling technology feeds in the sounds of the outside world so you can engage with and be aware of your environment. This allows you to wear Headphones 700 anywhere you go and have ultimate control of what you do, and don’t, hear.
Since you can now go anywhere, an adaptive four-microphone system that automatically adapts to your environment to isolate your voice from competing noises so that you can confidently take a call, or talk to your voice assistant, knowing you will be heard clearly and naturally on the other end. Bose Headphone 700 also incorporates a brand-new design that perfectly balances function and design.
A new touch interface provides intuitive gesture-based controls for managing your content, while three dedicated buttons provide direct access to some of the headphones’ most important features. But, sometimes your hands aren’t free and you can’t easily access the headphone or phone user interface. This is where Bose worked closely with key partners to integrate wake-up word support right into the headphones. Just say the trigger word for your favorite voice assistant (where available) and proceed with your task.
Bose AR is a new audio augmented reality (AR)** technology and platform that uses a combination of sensors built into the Headphones 700 to superimpose sound on top of the real world. It is the combination of sensors embedded in the headphones (together with a mobile device’s existing sensors like GPS) that app makers use to generate audio information that augments and is superimposed on the user’s real world.
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**Users of iOS devices can experience Bose AR by downloading, and opening the Bose Music app to view the Bose AR Showcase.