The evolution of audio entertainment continues at Bose®, with the announcement of new offerings in its cutting-edge Frames™ sunglasses, venerable wireless headphone and home theater categories. The Frames™ gain three new styles: the cat eye Soprano™, square-framed Tenor™, and sporty Tempo™. They join the initial Frames™ offerings of the Alto™ and Rondo™. On the more traditional side of the headphone spectrum, Bose® released the Sports Earbuds™, successors to its initial True Wireless™ earbuds, the SoundSport Free™. Last, but certainly not least, the new QuietComfort True Wireless™ headphones add granular active noise cancellation, which was previously only found in its over/on-ear models. In home theater, Bose® adds some intelligence to its soundbar options with the Smart Soundbar™ 300.
Crafted from eyewear-grade nylon with black polarized lenses that block 99% of UVA/UVB rays, Bose® works to ensure the Soprano™ and Tenor™ Frames are high-quality shades in their own right. Unlike normal sunglasses, the stems feature Bose’s Open Ear Audio™ design, with built-in speakers that direct audio into your ears. Whether you enjoy music, audio books, or podcasts, this technology works to ensure only you can hear it, without the need for anything to be placed in, on, or around your ears. As with previous Frames™, to the unsuspecting passerby, they look like normal sunglasses.