As of the 14th of September, one would be able to preorder the new QuietComfort Ultra headphones released by Bose, as well as the QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds, for a price of $429 and $299, respectively. Both of them will be released officially in October. The company went on to officially reveal its newest generation of the flagship QuietComfort earbuds, as well as headphones.
The newest variant has been dubbed the QuietComfort Ultra, and the line has also introduced the Bose Immersive Audio, which is a new spatial sound system. As it is already known, Bose has quite a solid reputation for making noise-canceling headphones which are extremely high-end earbuds, and like other audio brands like Sony, it usually releases the new flagship products on a strictly annual basis. The Headphones have officially replaced the Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700- which was previously the flagship over-ear headphones of the company.
QuietComfort Ultra Headphones Released by Bose
For this particular variant, Bose has also introduced a completely new technology called Immersive Audio, and it ends up bringing spatial audio to the Quiet Comfort Ultra headphones, and earbuds. This technology- to put it simply- recreates the experience of listening to music through speakers or live music. And as the listener keeps moving or moves their head, the sound moves and shifts with them.
In a press release, Bose stated that when one listened to recorded content through headphones, the soundstage would end up collapsing into one’s head between the ears. The Bose Immersive Audio does end up revealing the true depth, as well as spatializing what one hears by virtually placing it before the listener. This effect is enabled by an IMU that is onboard- which is presented in the QuietComfort Ultra Headphones and Earbuds.