The greatest Bose headphones to date may be the ones made by Bose, according to new information.

How about the next best thing to putting them on your own head? We have previously seen the design due to leaked renderings and marketing pictures. The impending QuietComfort Ultra headphones from Bose have been seen in multiple real-world images, according to The Verge. They blend premium overall styling with contemporary brand models’ design cues to create a streamlined appearance.

These headphones will be able to fold down (unlike the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700), and in addition to the regular physical controls, they will have a new capacitive volume slider. That may be seen as a tiny line sticking out from one of the ear cups.

The Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 required users to sweep their fingers up and down the right ear cup to adjust the level, but now there is a designated area for it that users should be able to more easily memorize—with less danger of inadvertent pushes or wrong movements.

With the QuietComfort Ultra headphones, Bose will enter the world of spatial audio; they will come with a new Immersive Audio mode that will “enhance and add depth to your content.” The two options for immersive audio will be stationary and motion, with the latter one being optimized for “when you’re moving around.”

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A fabric carrying case with an oval shape and dimensions of around 6.5 inches high, 6.5 inches wide, and 2.5 inches deep will be included with the QuietComfort Ultra headphones. The regular USB-C to USB-A charging cable and a 2.5mm to 3.5mm headphone converter are also included in that package for wired listening. Will USB-C audio finally be supported by them? Though the answer isn’t yet apparent, let’s hope so. According to our insider, the headphones will automatically halt playback when you take them off and resume it when you put them back on.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound certification for the QuietComfort Ultras may allow for the usage of higher-quality Bluetooth codecs (when paired with Android phones) and lower latency performance while gaming.

We must wait until Bose makes a formal announcement before learning more details regarding the QuietComfort Ultra headphones, such as battery life or improvements to sound quality and noise cancellation. However, according to our insider who has used the new headphones, they are incredibly comfy. If nothing else, Bose typically excels at getting the fit and comfort just right. For these new cans to receive the “Ultra” label and perhaps a very expensive price tag to match that branding, there must be more to the tale.

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