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World-class adjustable noise cancellation—with situational awareness for when you want to let the world in. High-fidelity audio with adjustable EQ so you can tune music to your liking. Unrivalled voice pickup for the clearest calls. And protein leather cushions for all-day comfort. It’s everything that you demand from wireless Bluetooth® headphones—amplified.
Our proprietary active noise cancelling technology uses microphones, both inside and outside the earcups, to monitor the sounds around you and instantly produce an opposite signal to cancel them out. With adjustable noise cancelling, you can control how much—or how little—of the outside world you hear. Plus, Conversation Mode lets you simultaneously adjust noise cancelling and pause your music for a quick chat.
Whether it’s music, videos or your favourite podcast, get closer to whatever you love with Bose Headphones 700. A combination of exclusive Bose technologies works together to deliver big audio from a small package, sound that stays consistent at any volume, and acoustic noise reduction, which gives you a blank canvas for your music or for tuning out the world.
Let’s face it, your calls are important. Our revolutionary mic system is engineered for making and taking calls—even in less-than-ideal conditions. Six mics work together to cancel the noise around you so you can hear the caller better, while four mics combine to suppress the most disruptive remaining sound around you so the caller can hear you better. No other headphones today can deliver a performance like this.
Capacitive touch controls make Headphones 700 easy to use. The right earcup features capacitive touch sensors, so you can manage volume, calls and music without looking at your phone. Low-profile buttons control the power, noise cancelling presets and your phone’s default voice assistant, like Siri, or Google Assistant and Alexa—to allow fast and effortless access to music, messages and information.*
The luxury is in the details. That’s why we choose materials with meticulous care for Headphones 700. Our ear cushions are made from plush protein leather for long listening sessions. Our earcups are tilted at 15 degrees to mirror the anatomy of the human head and ears. And the secure steel headband is designed to fit comfortably on your head with an underside of soft silicone-covered foam.
Bose Music app
Guided setup makes it easy to get started and introduces you to everything Bose Headphones 700 have to offer.
Spotify Tap™ playback
Spotify Tap playback makes it quick and easy to access Spotify. Simply tap and hold the right earcup to get back to your last listening session. Then tap and hold it again for a new playlist based on your listening history. Set your shortcut to “Spotify” in the Bose Music app to enable this feature.*
Watching TV but don’t want to disturb anyone? Bose SimpleSync™ technology lets you pair your Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 with a Bose Smart Soundbar for a personal TV listening experience with independent volume control.
What is the difference between Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 and Bose QuietComfort® 45 headphones?
While both provide world-class noise cancelling, high-quality audio performance and a comfortable fit, there are a few key differences. QuietComfort® 45 headphones have two modes of noise cancellation—Quiet Mode and Aware Mode. Bose Headphones 700 offer more customisation, with eleven levels of noise cancelling. Bose Headphones 700 also offer the convenience of capacitive touch controls and hands-free access (where available) to Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and your phone’s native voice assistant, like Siri. QC45 has buttons on each earcup for controlling calls, music playback and your noise cancellation setting. For battery life, you’ll enjoy 24 hours with QuietComfort® 45 headphones and up to 20 hours with Bose Headphones 700. Both headphones feature a noise-rejecting microphone system. The 8-mic system of Bose Headphones 700 delivers unrivalled voice pickup for the clearest calls, while the 6-mic system of QC45 headphones offers superb performance that exceeds the competition.
What is TriPort acoustic headphone structure?
Proprietary TriPort acoustic headphone structure utilises external ports to vent the earcups and effectively enlarge the acoustic volume, without increasing the size of the earcup. The result is better audio and active noise reduction from smaller, lighter, more comfortable headphones. TriPort acoustic headphone structure is used in all of our consumer headphones and headsets.
How is the total noise cancellation in Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 achieved?
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 utilise both active and passive noise reduction technologies. They use a sophisticated proprietary electronics approach to active noise reduction, placing microphones both inside and outside the earcups. The electronics system senses the sound in almost any environment and then measures, compares and reacts—instant by instant—to produce an opposing cancellation signal. The passive noise reduction is achieved by the combination of the acoustic design and materials chosen for the earcups and cushions.
How many microphones do the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have?
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are comprised of a new, eight-microphone system. Six microphones are used as part of the noise cancelling technology to manage how much or how little of your surroundings you hear. And two of those microphones combine with two others to deliver unrivalled voice pickup performance.
Can Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 take calls?
Yes. Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have an adaptive four-microphone system that allows you to use the headphones during calls when connected to any smartphone. In addition to traditional calls, the headphones will work with many apps that use Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), such as Skype or FaceTime.
How do I pair Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 with my mobile device?
First, make sure your headphones are turned on with a single press of the upper button on the back of the right earcup. Next, press and hold the power button for three seconds to put the headphones into pairing mode. Please note, if this is your first time connecting the headphones, they will automatically turn on in this pairing mode. Voice prompts will provide you with additional guidance. We recommend that you use the Bose Music app to complete the pairing process. However, you can also use the Bluetooth® settings on your device.
Can Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 be simultaneously connected to two mobile devices?
Yes. Multi-point technology allows Bose Headphones 700 to maintain a connection to two devices at the same time—for example, an iPad and a smartphone. So while you’re watching a video on the connected iPad, the headphones will automatically pause the video to answer a call from the connected smartphone. When the call is finished, the headphones will swap back to the video on the iPad.
What is the range of Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700?
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have a range of up to 10 metres (33 ft) from the source device. It is realistic to describe the range as being the room that the user is in and the adjacent room. This range may be reduced by physical obstructions, such as walls and doors, or by interference from other electronic devices. Pops or a crackling noise may be heard if there’s interference with the Bluetooth® connection. If that happens, move away from wireless routers or microwaves and bring your headphones closer to the Bluetooth device.
How long will the battery stay charged?
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 use a custom-designed lithium-ion rechargeable battery that provides up to 20 hours of full-featured audio playback.
How do I control volume or manage my content with the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700?
The front half of the right earcup houses our touch interface for basic controls. This includes intuitive gestures like slide up and down for volume control and slide forward and back for track forward/back controls. In addition, a double tap will pause or play your content and also answer or hang up a call.
How do I fold the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 for storage?
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 utilise a hidden pivot design to quickly fold flat with one twist of the earcups, and can be stored neatly in a thin tapered hard case. Inside the case, there is a dedicated cable management compartment with a magnetic cover. While the new design improves ease of use and utility, the thin wedge shape also facilitates storage in tight locations, including seat pockets, backpacks and bags.
What’s Spotify® One Touch?
Spotify One Touch is a special feature that lets you instantly listen to your last Spotify session by tapping and holding the right earcup on the Bose Headphones 700. You can keep repeating this step to get brand-new playlists based on Spotify’s algorithm and your listening history. Currently only available when using iOS devices with your headphones.
How do I enable Spotify One Touch?
To start using this feature, you’ll need to download the latest version of the Bose Music app and update your Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. Then enable Spotify under “Shortcuts” in the Bose Music app. You will also need an active Spotify account.
Is my mobile device compatible with Bose AR?
Bose AR is currently compatible with iPhone and iPad devices. Bose AR-enhanced apps for Android users are in development. Bose AR features and availability may vary.
How do I use my phone’s default virtual assistant?
Using the lower button on the back of the right earcup, Bose Headphones 700 give you access to your phone’s default virtual assistant, like Siri.
How do I set up Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa as my preferred voice assistant*?
Use the Bose Music app to set up one of our voice assistant partners. It will guide you through the setup process, allowing you to set up an integrated button access feature that will automatically connect to your voice assistant app.
What happens if I’m in a country where Google Assistant or Alexa are not yet supported*?
The Bose Music app will guide you to select from a given region’s available features. For regions where only one is available, the app will automatically display the one you can select. In regions where neither is available, the voice assistant button will default to the native voice assistant available on the mobile device.
What kinds of things can I ask Alexa to do?
Press and release the voice assistant button and just start talking. Alexa will help you manage your music and get things done—like starting a playlist, playing a favourite song, ordering products from Amazon and controlling Alexa-enabled devices in your home. It can help you get notifications from Alexa about when your Amazon order has been dispatched. You can ask things like:
“Alexa, play ’90s pop.”
“Alexa, play the song that goes ‘take a walk on the wild side’.”
“Alexa, read a book from Audible.”
“Alexa, add milk to my shopping list.”
What kinds of things can I ask Google Assistant to do*?
To ask Google Assistant a question, simply press and hold the voice assistant button to talk, and release when you’re done with your question. Google Assistant will read you your notifications, like an audio lock screen. Google Assistant also provides you with proactive notifications, such as an incoming text message, a meeting reminder and many others. You can get the Google Assistant to expand on these notifications with a single press or reject them with a double press. You can ask for things like:
“Play the news” or “Tell me the latest news.”
“Set a timer for 35 minutes.”
“Add olive oil to my shopping list.”
“Turn the living room lights to turquoise.”
“Tell me about my day” and “What can you do?”