The incremental improvements add up, and no one will complain about the lower price tag.
Is the new Bose QuietComfort 45 wireless noise-cancelling headphone really a quantum leap over than the QuietComfort 35 II it replaces? And is the inventor of the noise-cancelling headphone (dreamed up more than 30 years ago for military and commercial air pilots) still in the driver’s seat with its world-shushing audio technology?
The improvements to be found in the QC 45 (which, at $329.99, costs $20 less than its predecessor) are incremental, but they add up.
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