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Bose brings noise-cancelling technology to cars

Bose has developed a version of its QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones for cars that promise to minimise unwanted sound inside the vehicle.

Rima Sabina Aouf
Bose has developed a version of its QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones for cars, which promises to minimise unwanted sound inside the vehicle.The US audio company’s new QuietComfort Road Noise Control (RNC) measures vibrations on the vehicle body caused by driving over uneven surfaces and sends a cancellation signal through the car’s speakers, reducing the road noise that passengers can hear.

Bose says the system is “a smarter, more flexible and adaptable electronic solution” than previously available.

QuietComfort RNC now available to automakers

“For years, we’ve been asked why we can’t simply adapt our noise-cancelling headphone technology to vehicle cabins for a quieter driving experience,” said Bose automotive, active sound management solutions manager John Feng.

“But we know it’s much more difficult to control noise in a large space like a car cabin compared to the relatively small area around your ears,” he continued.

“However, through research advances and our relentless efforts to solve tough problems, we’ve achieved a level of road noise reduction that sets Bose apart from competitive offerings.”

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