Bose’s New Single-Ear Bluetooth Headset Rejects Background Sounds; To be Available Late November

Written By Sam on 22 October 2010

Bose has introduced its first single-ear Bluetooth headset – the new Bose Bluetooth headset. The headset has reportedly been engineered with a microphone built into specially designed housing. The company noted, “This proprietary design enables the microphone to selectively sense the user’s voice, and acoustically reject background sounds that interfere with it – so the caller is heard more, and distractions are heard less.”

Bose Bluetooth headset Features

  • Improved Bose TriPort acoustic headphone structure optimized for speech reproduction
  • New Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology that measures incoming speech and background noise, and adjusts voice levels automatically
  • Exclusive Bose StayHear tips (made of soft silicone with a rounded profile) for a stable fit — without a ear hook
  • A sliding on/off switch to allow users to turn the headset on to answer a call, or see that it’s turned off
  • Volume and call buttons are located on the upper edge of the headset
  • Taking calls requires one top-to-bottom pinching motion (the company promises that won’t dislodge the earpiece)
  • LED indicators located on the headset’s inner face to check battery life, or confirm a Bluetooth connection is established with the phone

The Bose Bluetooth headset is compatible with other Bluetooth devices using Bluetooth 2.1 (or earlier) specifications that support the Bluetooth hands-free and headset profiles. The headset includes a protective case and 3 ear-tip sizes (small, medium, large). It will be available at select authorized Bose dealers, Bose retail stores and the company’s website in late November for $149.95.

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