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.
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.
Exciting Bose technology for wellness helps people live better lives. Introducing the new noise-masking sleepbuds. Tiny earbuds for better sleep. Launching in select markets.
We were excited to introduce VolumeZones during CES in January. The concept creates an acoustic boundary between the front row and the back row of the car.
It works by using software along with UltraNearfield speakers integrated in the seat headrests, part of what we call a SeatCentric experience.
“Anytime that you’re streaming music into a car, we can make it sound better,” said Marc Mansell, vice president of Bose Automotive during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
It’s possible with SoundTrue enhancement technology, a software specially designed to improve the sound quality of digitally compressed music, including satellite radio and MP3s.
People bring headphones into the car, especially on long trips. Bose Automotive saw the opportunity to develop a concept called CarWear, previewed during the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
We’ve all experienced the hassle while driving: digital assistants that don’t understand you. Or someone on the other end of a phone call mishears you because of background noise.
The answer? ClearVoice.