The Power of Sound
The future is here. The new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, featuring 11 levels of our world-renowned noise cancellation, your choice of voice assistant, and an unrivaled four-microphone system that makes your voice sound crystal clear even in noisy environments. Learn more.
Bose was recently recognized with a Supplier of the Year award from General Motors during a ceremony in Warren, Michigan. This is the sixth time Bose has received this award.
Pictured left to right: Mo Wazir, GM Executive Director Infotainment; Jeff Morrison, GM Executive Director Purchasing; Michael Edmunds, Bose ASD Vice President; Ken Johnson, Bose Global Customer Director; Gary Bandurski, GM Executive Director Electrical
Read what AutoTrader.ca says about the Bose system in the all-new Mazda3 with Bose BassMatch technology.
"The best (systems) are so immersive, your next automobile decision might come down to how well the car stereo rocks your favorite Alabama Shakes song." John Pelliccio, head of product communications at Bose, quoted in The New York Times.
Nissan took an unconventional approach to small car audio in the Nissan Kicks with the Bose Personal Plus sound system. We’re excited to be part of this exceptional consumer experience.
Motor Magazine spoke with John Pelliccio, head of Bose Automotive Product Communication, who explained how our innovative sound placement technology can assist with driver awareness and confidence.
Bose had a prominent 1.7 megawatt solar array installed at our Framingham, Massachusetts headquarters through a power purchase agreement. The system brings enough electricity onto the grid to power a substantial portion of the Bose campus, which helps Massachusetts meet its renewable energy goals and demonstrates our commitment to sustainability.
Helping people reach their fullest potential and putting the customer above all else is what Bose is all about.
Bring the magic back to your music. Bose SoundTrue™ enhancement technology revitalizes digitally compressed music. SoundTrue is available in Bose sound systems in the new Porsche Cayenne and Panamera.
Critical listening rooms have become an essential tool for engineers in the Automotive Systems Division of Bose Corporation. Bud MacLellan, Bose Automotive Engineering Support Group Manager, provided insight into what these rooms are, how they are used and how they help take the performance of our automotive systems to a higher level.