Bose announces Series 2 Bluetooth Headset

Bose announces Series 2 Bluetooth Headset

Bose has introduced its new, upgraded Series 2 Bluetooth Headset which will replace company’s first Bluetooth model and comes with their latest technologies that let you hear calls better, even as noise levels change.

The new Series 2 headset has a similar, compact design and is available in two variants,  right- and left-ear versions. It features company’s TriPort acoustic structure for “a natural voice quality”, and is equipped with noise-rejecting microphone system that will enable callers to hear your voice better, even in windy and noisy environments. The headset also uses Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology that automatically adjusts headset volume depending on surrounding noise, so you don’t need to adjust the volume during conversation.

The headset is A2DP compatible for audio streaming, has a LED indicators which will inform you about the battery life and connection, also has separate buttons for power, volume and call send/end, located on the top and bottom edges of the headset, and comes with soft, flexible silicone StayHear tips for comfortable fit which also allow the headset to be used without an ear hook.

The headset is available for $149.95 and comes bundled with a portable zipper case, USB cable, power adapter, and additional ear tips.

Source: Bose

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