You knew we delivered on performance. But you want that performance to be wireless, with reliable Bluetooth® connectivity – for every type of headphone. So we engineered headphones that give you extraordinary performance and superior comfort. With no wires and no compromises, you’re free to get lost in your music.
And you never have to reach for your device; intuitive controls let you switch seamlessly between two Bluetooth devices, change volume or tracks, and take/end calls. That means you can play music, receive texts, and get answers using just the headphones. With headphones engineered to deliver a better wireless experience, you can stay in the zone – whether you’re at the gym, the office, or anywhere in between.
What are Bose Bluetooth® headphones?
Our Bluetooth headphones are wireless headphones that use Bluetooth technology to connect to devices like smartphones, tablets and computers, allowing you to listen to music and other audio without the need for wires.
Can Bose Bluetooth headphones be used with voice assistants like Siri and Google Assistant?
Yes. Many Bose Bluetooth headphones have built-in voice assistant support (where available) and can be activated with voice commands to control music and access other features.
Do Bose Bluetooth headphones have noise cancelling technology?
Yes. Our QuietComfort headphones and Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have noise cancelling technology that uses sophisticated algorithms to analyse the surrounding noise around you and creates an opposite sound wave to cancel out unwanted noise.
Can Bose Bluetooth headphones be used for phone calls?
Yes. Most of our Bluetooth headphones have built-in microphones and can be used for phone calls with clear audio quality.
Are Bose Bluetooth headphones compatible with multiple devices?
Yes. Our Bluetooth headphones can be paired with multiple devices.
Are wireless headphones for music as good as wired headphones?
Wireless headphones for music have come a long way in recent years and today, wireless headphones can deliver high-quality audio performance that is comparable to wired headphones. However, some audiophiles still prefer wired headphones. As technology continues to improve, both kinds offer superior sound quality and reliability.