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Bose unveils QuietComfort 15, Mobile In-ears, SoundDock 10 and SoundLink

Bose Quiet Comfort 15

Atlas Sound & Vision, distributor for Bose in Singapore, has recently launched the new QuietComfort 15 headphones, Mobile In-ears headsets, SoundDock 10 and SoundLink music system. Check out the releases on the next page.

Singapore, 24 November 2009 – Atlas Sound & Vision has introduced the Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones, its best-performing, quietest headphones ever. The new QuietComfort 15 (QC 15) headphones are the result of more than 30 years of continuous Bose research in noise reduction technology – research that pioneered the category and has since led to breakthroughs for military applications, pilots and consumers.

Through significant engineering advancements in active and passive noise reduction technologies, the QC15 headphones offer more attenuation in louder environments and across a wider range of frequencies – without compromising the audio quality and comfortable fit of the acclaimed QuietComfort headphone line.

New Noise Reduction Technology
The QuietComfort® 15 headphones debut a more sophisticated, proprietary electronics approach to active noise reduction, placing microphones both inside and outside the earcup. This electronics system better senses the sound in almost any environment and then more effectively measures, compares and reacts to the noise – instant by instant – to produce an opposing cancellation signal.

Proprietary active equalization technology electronically tunes the frequency response of the headphones, ensuring the accurate reproduction of instruments and vocals. Bose® TriPort® acoustic headphone structure is incorporated, a technology featuring small ports in the earcups that dramatically increase the low-frequency output of the system. Deep low notes are delivered naturally, without a manufactured “boost” and without increasing headphone size or weight.

The QuietComfort® 15 headphones feature an around-ear design that maintains the renowned comfort of its predecessors. A single earcup cable can be detached for untethered noise reduction. Once the cable is removed, listeners need only flip a switch on the right earcup to activate the proprietary technology.

A single AAA battery powers the QC15® headphones for approximately 35 hours of use. The green on / off indicator light flashes when there is approximately five hours of battery life remaining. For compact storage, the earcups rotate to a flat resting position and fit easily into the provided newly designed carrying case.

The new Bose® QuietComfort® 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones replace the
QuietComfort® 2 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones. They are available in silver, beginning December 7, 2009 from ATLAS® for the same price as their predecessor at S$599.

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