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Video-streaming images of Bose QuietComfort Ultra headphones with spatial audio support leaked online

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Bose will introduce a new model of QuietComfort Ultra headphones with spatial audio support. The interesting feature of this novelty is the immersive audio modes, which promises to add depth to the sounds.

The gimmick is the source of the image.

The design of the new Bose headphones has become known through video leaks and publicity shots. The Verge shared a real photo of the QuietComfort Ultra. It looks stylish and mixes ideas from the company’s latest headphones with more premium styling.

Photos show the headphones are folded. These headphones are similar to the Noise Canceling Headphones 700. You will also have a new touch volume control, plus other physical buttons.

If you want to adjust the volume, you can slide your finger on a thin strip of the right earcup. Image Source: The Vault.

On the Noise Canceling Headphones 700, the volume was fixed by swiping the right earcup up or down. There’s one special place here for you, where users can remember and find it quickly so as to minimize the chance of accidental events.

Bose is using the QuietComfort Ultra headphones for a spatial audio support. The new immersive audio mode promises to improve the sound and add depth. The users can choose between static and dynamic options. In spite of the flexibility of static mode for quiet listening, dynamic mode allows for a lot of people on the move.

Bose QuietComfort Ultra headphones fold flat, so you can manage your case. Image Source: The Verge

The headphones are made out of stylish fabric with a diameter of 16,51 cm high, 16,51 cm wide and 6,35 cm deep. Includes USB-C/USB-A universal charger and wired adapter with 2.5 mm and 3,5 mm connectors.

The QuietComfort Ultra headphones are also Snapdragon Sound certified. They support Bluetooth codecs (when used with android) and less latency in games.

This case is more compact than the one that comes with the Noise Canceling Headphones 700. Source of image: The Vampire

While many details about the QuietComfort Ultra headphones, such as battery life or sound quality improvements, are unknown until the official announcement of Boses, a source from The Verge who tested the new headphones described them as very comfortable. Bose traditionally does not fail in this aspect. One may argue that the headphones will be expensive, according to the prefix Ultra in his name.

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