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Bose Sound True around-ear headphones II were engineered with advanced Bose technologies.
They include special TriPort innovation so your music sounds deep, clear and complete of life. Plus, they were redesigned with a slimmer profile and fresh, brand-new colors to match your style. They don’t just look great, they feel excellent, too. The Bose SoundTrue around-ear headphones II feature a gently cushioned headband that distributes weight uniformly across your head, and memory foam develops a mild cushion around your ears.
So Bose SoundTrue around-ear headphones II remain light and comfortable– no matter how long your playlist is. The Bose SoundTrue around-ear headphones II are likewise durable and built to survive your busy life. The fold-flat ear cups and matching carrying case make them easy to put away anytime and take with you anywhere.
The inline microphone and remote let you change quickly to get in touch with your iPhone, and offer control for choose iPod, iPhone and iPad designs. Included: Sound True around-ear headphones; inline remote and microphone cable (66″); carrying case.
Main Highlights of Bose Sound True around-ear headphones II
- Redesigned with a slimmer profile and fresh, new colors
- Softly padded headband, memory-foam ear cushions, Doesn’t include active noise cancelling technology.
- Made to stay comfortable, playlist after playlist; built to survive your busy life. SoundTrue headphones are not wireless. However, the single cable does detach for easy storage with less tangling.
- Fold-flat ear cups and a matching carrying case makes them easy to take anywhere
- Inline mic/remote for select iPod, iPhone and iPad models
Value for $100! i recommend at least skimming my review before buying
I did a lot of research on these headphones before settling on them. 5 Stars is for the price of $100. I don’t believe i would have payed the original $180.
The best headphones for under $100?
My go-to headphones are usually Audio Technica. But when my daily headphones finally wore out after several years, I gave the Bose SoundTrue series a try. What high end quality for the money. The Bose SoundTrue headphones are super light, very stylish while also being small and modest (compared to most of the market), and the audio quality is exactly what you’d expect from Bose. The sound is clear, dynamic, and can’t be beat without dropping thousands of dollars (and even then, the Bose SoundTrue and Audio Technica ATH-M30X are near the best of the best, why pay more?). The replaceable ear pads are filled with memory foam, making these significantly more comfortable than most headphones out there. The cord is also replaceable from both Bose and third parties. An outstanding value.
Super clean if somewhat flat sound
Sound-wise these are everything you would expect out of Bose. Super clean if somewhat flat sound. Really comfortable on the ears for long periods of time. So why the 3 stars? The cord that connects to the headphones is worrisome. Just barely touch it and you lose sound on one side. Turn your head and it can partially disconnect. Way too fragile. Plugging it in tight helps but it can still give you problems. Super bummed about this weak link. Otherwise it would get 4-5 stars. UPDATE: There is a harder snap that will put the mini plug in the headphones a lot more securely. 4 1/2 stars
A tip. And my review.
My wonderful wife bought these for me for Christmas.
I bought my sister the blue pair for Christmas last year, she uses them for music and her PS4. She liked them a lot, the only problem was we couldn’t get the microphone to work when she was gaming. I found a $10 cable off of ebay – and she was up and running on the party chat. I think it had something to do with the iPhone version of the headphones, they come with a different aux cable.
I can pretty easily tune out people talking in my 10′ x …
Got these to block out noise at work (where I’m not allowed to use wireless, bluetooth, or noise canceling headphones). They block some ambient noise and when music is playing, I can pretty easily tune out people talking in my 10′ x 10′ office at full volume (I have an office mate). They sound good and are comfortable. Not as good or as comfortable as my Bose QC35s, but for the price, I think they’re about as good as you can ask for. Hence 5 stars. Easily recommended!
Well worth the price. The best headphones I have ever owned!
I received my Bose Headphones yesterday. This is my first Bose purchase, and if this an example of the low end headphones, than the more expensive one must be incredible. The headphones are without a doubt the best I have ever owned. They are very comfortable, ( I do not like ear buds), and the sound quality is great. I use this for my I Pod as well as my electronic drum kit. I get a great kick drum as well as the high end, and it blocks out the sound of the drum stick and the kick. $99 is a lot to spend on headphones but, these are the best ones I have ever owned. The case that comes with it is very durable and a nice case. The one thing that rely need to improve is the earphone pads. They are pretty wimpy and go flat if leaned on. I had to stuff tissue under them to make them not so flat. Still rely nice product that with a small improvement could be so much better.
The Headphones sounds pretty good, especially for the cheap $100.00 price. They don’t feel super durable, and are made up of cheap plastic. The Aux cord is frail, and consistently bugs out if I move while wearing the headphones. I would recommend these headphones to someone who just needs some headphones for the office, or home.