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Bose SoundLink

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Pros
  • Extremely crisp, detailed and powerful sound
  • Comfortable fit
  • Beautiful design and durable build
  • 15 hours of play time
  • Advanced microphone features for clear calls
Cons
  • Sound seems to be compressed too much in your ears
  • Instruments and voices seem to be mashed together in high volumes
  • Definitely better audio when corded than Bluetooth
Bose SoundLink Wireless Headphones The Bose Soundlink On-Ear Bluetooth Wireless Headphones is an excellent addition from one of the top players in the speaker business, Bose. The headset design is just as you'd expect from Bose. The ad... Read full review
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96 / 100
Details
  • Crisp powerful sound from the best sounding wireless headphone in its class.Connectivity Technology:Wired/Wireless
  • Advanced microphone system for clear calls in windy or noisy environments
  • Up to 15 hours of playtime with rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Easy to use with state of the art interface, including voice prompts
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Weight

3.6 oz
 
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Dimensions
2.4 x 5.5 x 7.1 inches
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Brand
Bose
Warranty
1 year coverage for parts
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Key features
  • Advanced microphone system
  • 15 hours of playtime
  • Best in class wireless headphone
  • Easy to use

Bose SoundLink are a very popular and one of the more expensive options. They're in the top 3 bestselling headphones and have dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Sennheiser RS120 or Clarity TL100 .

Bose SoundLink are $104.96 more expensive than average headphones ($64.99).

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Questions about Bose SoundLink

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Are mpo w headphones any good
Related: Bose SoundLink, Mpow Thor Bluetooth, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by Lee 293 days ago

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Are mpo w headphones any good
Related: Bose SoundLink, Mpow Thor Bluetooth, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by Lee 293 days ago
A:

I have had Mpow Bullfight as well as Mpow Judge headphones and I liked them both. A lot of wireless in-ear headphones fall out when you are working out, but these stay in very well. The sound quality is excellent for the price point. Both of the models I mentioned also have a magnetic clip feature so that they stay around your neck when you aren't listening to music, which is extremely handy. 

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1- Tell me more about Bluedio ?
2- Bluedio vs Bose: price, quality, comfort?
Related: Bose SoundLink, Bluedio Turbine T2s, Bose SoundLink II, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by moaath 694 days ago
A:

I had both Bluedio and Bose headphones. Bose were far more expensive, but way more comfortable and slightly better sound quality. (I'm not a sound geek, so it's hard for me to tell the difference). After I lost my $300 Bose headphones, I started buying Bluedio (bought like 4 of them since), because they are way cheaper. Personally, I'm very satisfied with Bluedio. Their battery lasts forever, and like I said, I'm not a sound geek so I can't tell much of a difference in sound.Just make sure you buy the one with metal band, coz plastic band snaps easily. I'm currently using Bluedio T2, my girlfriend uses Bluedio T3. both are great (T3 has better noise cancelling but is a bit small for my head).

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How do I fold it so I don't break it?
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In terms of sound quality which is the best, bluedio t3 plus or bluedio t4s? I've been wondering about it because I like to try this brand and I saw this two products of Bluedio that intrigued me.
Related: Bluedio T3 Plus, Bluedio T4S, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by adrian 130 days ago
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I haven't used the T4, but I found the sound quality on the T3 to be a massive upgrade from the T2. If they have upgraded the same way, I imagine that the T4s would be even better.
The only issue that I had with the T3 was the weight. I wear glasses and I found the frame of the headphones to be too heavy to wear all day, and they would press my glasses against my head. I'd keep the weight in mind when comparing the 2 items. 

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Related: Sony WH1000XM2, V-moda Crossfade 2, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by Collin 269 days ago

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