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With the rise in popularity of Dr. Dre’s Beats, audio company Bose saw a niche they weren’t capitalizing on – the cohort of kids who aren’t afraid of paying $ 229 for a pair of wildly overpriced headphones. Their reaction? To create and sell a pair of lightweight, over-ear headphones for the cool crowd for $ 149. Called the OE2s, these headphones feature comfortable memory foam earcups and support hands-free calling with an optional mic/phone control system.
These are half the cost of a pair of Bose QuietComforts, making them sort of a gateway drug to Bose products for a younger generation.
I’m a big fan of Bose QuietComforts for flying – there’s something calming about being able to cut out the engine and plane noise – so I’ll allow you guys to argue the value of Bose vs. everything else in the comments below. I’ll just add that these things are designed as a lighter alternative to full-sized Bose cans and, if history is our guide, the distinct lack of specs on the product page suggests that the price point and styling are what’s really being sold here.
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Know how sometimes you’ll be walking down the street when you encounter a seemingly crazy person talking to themselves? And you think, “But you’re too well-dressed to be insane.” That’s when you see it — the Bluetooth headset tucked neatly around their ear. Well, Bose is adding a newer, high-end option for this well-heeled crowd of faux lunatics with its Bluetooth Headset Series 2. The luxe, over-ear attachment doesn’t discriminate as to your best side, coming in both right and left versions. There’s a whole load of hyperbolically-named proprietary tech bundled into it to reduce background noise and adjust listening levels accordingly — exactly the performance you’d expect at this $ 150 price point. Bose is offering this BT 2.1 headset now, so you can snag it if you’re nearby one of its boutiques. Or, make like the rest of us and order it online. Official PR with all its audio jargon after the break.
Bose just announced two soundbar systems for home theaters, the Lifestyle 135 System and CineMate 1 SR System. The devices use a single bar to emit what many would call surround-sound audio and can be mounted almost anywhere in the room in almost any position.
The Lifestyle includes a small console with four HDMI inputs, a tuner, and an iPod/iPhone dock. The CineMate simply connects to any TV and both include remotes.
From the PR:
Bose FlexMount™ automatic placement compensation senses whether the speaker has been placed horizontally on a table, or mounted vertically on a wall. It then automatically adjusts the sound, offering owners two choices for soundbar setup with the same assurance of spacious, natural sound.
Bose® ADAPTiQ® audio calibration technology offers another performance assurance: the system will deliver optimal sound in any room. This
exclusive Bose advancement first recognizes where the system is located, and then compensates for how the acoustics of the space affect its audio quality — customizing the sound for the room’s unique size, shape, even furnishings.
Now for the bad news: the Lifestyle costs $ 2,499 and the CineMate costs $ 1,499. A wall-mount kit is sold separately. That’s obviously a crazy amount to pay for a speaker bar and a subwoofer, but Bose is expensive for a reason: the speakers pump out good enough audio in a package that requires absolutely no fiddling. After all, for the 90% of us who don’t want to tune our surround-sound speaker systems to the exacting specifications of our living rooms, there’s Bose. Available this month.
Bose has a new toy for your desktop. The Soundlink Mobile builds on the company’s SoundDock pedigree but ditches the physical dock in favor for a bit of streaming magic. But no AirPlay here. Bose instead employs Bluetooth A2DP, which works with most Bluetooth-enabled devices rather than just the fruity ones. Awesome.
The unit itself is about the size of a hardcover book and features a decidedly retro leather or nylon lid that folds back to double as a stand. A lithium-ion battery pack is said to provide eight hours of playback at reasonable levels and less if the party gets out of control. And it very well might, too. Bose has backed this little guy with more speakers than some compact cars.
Two “waffle” woofers flank four midrange drivers. This configuration is said to provide full sound without causing the speaker to walk around the desk. Bose of course doesn’t talk specs, but the company’s older iPod docks are still some of the best sounding models so the SoundLink likely rocks just fine. However, it remains to be heard if the sound justifies the $ 300 price tag — $ 350 if you opt for the chrome/leather model. Both models are available now with additional nylon covers costing $ 30 each, while the tan leather cover costs $ 50.
Big props to Bose. Thank you for building a device that uses an industry standard rather than an iOS-only technology. I mean that. As an Android user, it’s frustrating watching the hot new accessories only work with the iPhone. I’ve never said this before, but good job, Bose.
Bose Corporation develops sound solutions for entertainment, home audio, aviation, and automotive industries in the United States and internationally. The company also provides professional sound systems for auditoriums, hotels, performance centers, places of worship, restaurants, retail businesses, schools, stadiums, and other venues; loudspeakers, controllers, and accessories for the stage; and automotive sound systems for sports cars, sedans, SUVs, trucks, and compacts. In addition, it offers Wave systems and accessories for home/office, larger rooms/outdoors, music from computer, and radio listening…
If you haven’t heard of Dr. Amar Bose directly, you’ve surely heard of his eponymous audio equipment company. Late last week, the 81-year old founder and chairman of Bose Corporation announced that he’s donating the majority of shares in the privately held company to his alma mater, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A member of that college’s graduating class of 1951 and its electrical engineering faculty all the way until 2001, Bose felt compelled to give something back and he’s opted for the most grandiose of gestures. MIT won’t be able to sell its shares in Bose Corp. nor have any say in the way it is run, but it’ll receive dividends as and when they’re paid out, which will then be reinvested in its research and education programs. In making this perpetual endowment public, Amar Bose took the time to credit Professors Y. W. Lee, Norbert Wiener and Jerome Wiesner as his mentors — in the image above, you can see him pictured with Lee (left) and Wiener (right) back in 1955. Chalkboards, that’s where it all began.
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Here’s an unexpected development. Dr. Amar Bose (founder of… you know, Bose) has made quite a gift to his alma mater, MIT — in fact, he’s essentially given away the company. The gift comprises a majority of the shares of the company, albeit in non-voting form, so MIT won’t be running the company. Instead, they’ll be raking in the dividends, likely to fund a few chairs, scholarships, and other recurring costs.
Whatever you think about Bose’s sound, I think you have to agree this is a pretty cool move.
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