Bose QuietComfort Earbuds compete with AirPods Pro

Audio brand Bose has released new earplugs. The QuietComfort Earbuds are an interesting alternative to the AirPods Pro.

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are a good alternative to the AirPods Pro

Just like the AirPods Pro, the new earbuds from Bose have active noise canceling. It’s not the first time Bose has added noise cancellation to its earbuds. The QuietComfort models from Bose are already widely used, especially by people who often sit on a plane.

In the QuietComfort Earbuds, the noise cancellation has been significantly improved. The wireless earbuds are even smaller and you are not bothered by ambient noise, making the sound even clearer. The Earbuds have both active and passive noise cancellation.

The active noise cancellation works the same as with the AirPods Pro: both internal and external microphones receive the ambient noise and produce a counter-noise to suppress it. That way it becomes completely silent around you. The passive noise canceling is the soft seal of your ear by means of the rubber ends. Thanks to the airtight seal, you no longer suffer from outside noise.QuietComfort Earbuds compete

QuietComfort Earbuds compete

Both active and passive noise canceling makes the earbuds a serious competitor for the AirPods Pro. The earplugs also make it possible to minimize the active noise cancellation. You can determine the level yourself: complete silence, completely open to ambient noise, or something in between. In addition, the earplugs are waterproof and can be operated by touch.

The earplugs can now be reserved on the Bose website for an amount of 279.95 euros. The price is therefore almost the same as the suggested retail price of the AirPods Pro, which can be purchased for 279 euros. Because the QuietComfort Earbuds have the same functions, you can better base your choice on preference for brand, appearance or sound.

Are you unsure between the two? On Techlargest look all over the AirPods Pro. We also regularly share useful tips, such as how to turn on the noise reduction or how to adjust the pressure sensors.

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