Bose Sport Open external earbuds that do not isolate from the outside world

Bose has officially revealed its wireless headphones An open sport. As the name suggests, it is about External headphonesInstead of inside the ear, it is held in place with a hook that goes around the ear. Meanwhile, it’s built for sport with an IPX4 water resistance rating, a relatively lightweight 14g and 8 hours of battery life.

The speaker is centrally located and covers the entire ear canal. As external earphones, they clearly don’t have Active Noise Canceling (ANC). Instead, it provides the ability to hear “the traffic, the training partner, the nature or anything else you don’t want to miss,” the company wrote in a press release. It also features a microphone designed to isolate the user’s sound from wind and noise, And Bose promised that they would “stay in shape by resisting sweat, heat, rain and snow.”

On the other hand, if you like earbuds well in your ears, Bose also offers QuietComfort headphones for everyday use and Bose Sport for fitness-conscious users. The latter provides only passive noise cancellation, while the QuietComfort model provides full active noise cancellation.

Other features of the earbuds include Sport Open Bluetooth 5.1, a button on the left to access the voice assistant and another on the right for play and pause, play music, pause and skip songs, or answer, reject and end calls. It’s now available for pre-order for $ 200 Shipments will start in mid-January. The package includes a protective case, charging stand and Bose Music app.

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Samantha Arnold

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