Bose QC45 Headphones Just Leaked – Here’s Our First Look

The Bose QC35 are one of the best wireless headphones ever released. Thanks to a new leak, it looks like the QC45 will replace them soon.

A new pair of Bose headphones have just passed the FCC, giving a clear look at the upcoming Bose QuietComfort 45. For those who want to listen Music, podcasts and movies wherever they go, Bose QuietComfort line is the top choice. This was especially true in 2016 with the introduction of the Bose QC35 (and a slightly updated second-generation model in 2017). All these years later, the QC35 continues to be praised for its excellent comfort, long battery life, powerful noise cancellation, and great sound. Whether someone is at a coffee shop or on an airplane, chances are they will see a few pairs of QC35s floating around.

People have been looking for a successor to the QC35 for a while now, and in June 2019, Bose delivered the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700. The Bose 700 offer a more stylish design, improved playback control and better noise cancellation – but they’re not the direct successor to the QC35 that many fans had hoped for. Bose 700 is $100 more expensive and don’t fold up for easy transport like the QC35s, making them a distinctly different kind of headphone option. This is especially true as Bose continues to sell the QC35 alongside the Bose 700 even here in 2021.

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Thankfully, it looks like a genuine sequel to the QC35 is finally out. Each FCC filing is first discovered by WinFuture, Bose filed two FCC applications on July 16 for the ‘Bose QuietComfort 45’ headphones. This fully confirms that the Bose QC45 is coming soon. On top of that, the FCC filing also provides two pictures of what Latest Bose headphones nghe How will.

How does the Bose QC45 leak compare to the QC35

Bose QC45 FCC image

As seen above, the Bose QC45 looks pretty much the same as the QC35 they will probably replace. They appear to have a folding design, the power switch on the back of the right earcup, and physical playback controls along the edges. The same leather ear cushions also appear to be attached for this latest generation, which should lead to another pair of comfortable headphones.

Based on these photos, only two design changes are immediately noticeable. In addition to the new brown color, Bose has also swapped out the QC35’s Micro-USB charging port for a much more modern USB-C port. There may be other upgrades in terms of sound quality, noise cancellation, and battery life, but the QC45’s hardware is a very familiar story. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, and if they had the same $299 retail price of the QC35, the QC45 would be an interesting alternative to other noise-cancelling headphones like the Sony WH-1000XM4. Due to the FCC filings and full device photos, the Bose QC45 could arrive any day right now.

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Source: WinFuture

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Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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