Bose launches new Bluetooth headset
Dubai, March 27, 2012
Bose has introduced the Bose Bluetooth headset Series 2, which offers clear and natural conversations even in challenging environments, or when surrounding noise levels change suddenly.
The Bose Bluetooth headset Series 2 integrates Bose full-range audio and A2DP, and comes in right-ear and left-ear versions.
The Bose Bluetooth headset Series 2 includes a proprietary dual microphone system to improve speech intelligibility far beyond that of conventional Bluetooth headsets, rejecting background noise and dramatically reducing the audible effects of wind, a statement said.
Bose proprietary signal processing further counteracts the unwanted sounds of a wide variety of places -- gusty walkways, commuter rail platforms or airports.
To keep incoming voices clear, Bose TriPort acoustic structure and Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology react automatically as noise levels change; there's no need to adjust volume settings or strain to hear a conversation, the statement said.
Whether an owner is in a quiet office or on a train -- or moving from a hushed lobby to a busy street -- the headset adapts seamlessly, making it effortless to hear the person on the other end.
The new internal antenna in the headset is custom-designed to provide category-leading range performance.
Acoustic artifacts -- the "pops," "clicks" and "buzzes" familiar to Bluetooth headset owners -- are substantially reduced, and reception difficulty, even between a headset and a phone being carried in a pocket, is minimized.
Bose engineers have developed separate left-side and right-side versions of the Bose Bluetooth headset Series 2, allowing consumers to choose the version they prefer, while enjoying the same easy access to controls.
Taking calls requires just one simple top-to-bottom pinching motion on the buttons, and clearly labeled LED indicators make it easy to check battery life and confirm the Bluetooth connection.
The headset is compatible with devices using the Bluetooth 2.1 (or earlier) specifications that support the Bluetooth hands-free or A2DP profiles.
For consumers who want to maintain an active connection between their headset and two Bluetooth enabled devices, it includes multi-point functionality.
It will be available from Bose for Dh629 9$73.2), according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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