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Gadget |  21 Dec 2010 | by RnMTeam

Ae2 headphones from Bose

MUMBAI: Bose has introduced the AE2 around-ear headphone for listening to music on the go. The headphones feature an advanced design for added portability, and engineered with proprietary Bose technologies to deliver improved audio performance and comfort.

The headphones (which are not noise canceling) use an acoustic design that includes an application of proprietary Bose TriPort acoustic headphone structure. The music thus sounds smoother and more natural throughout the entire frequency range – high frequencies and vocals are reproduced with improved clarity, and deep low notes are heard better, according to a company release.

Ear cushions made of memory foam more effectively conform to different head shapes, and distribute weight more evenly around the ear to reduce pressure points. The ear cushions, combined with a redesigned headband, contribute to a longer period of listening.

The AE2 Audio Headphones can be used with most audio sources including iPod, iPhone, iPad, MP3 players, personal computers and digital music players. They feature a fold-flat earcup design and a single, detachable cable in the included carrying case.

The AE2 Audio Headphones are constructed and manufactured for lasting quality, and have been tested to meet demanding standards for durability.

Bose AE2 Audio Headphones replace the Bose Around-Ear headphones and are available from Bose for Rs. 8,100. They will be available at Bose stores and the company website.