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- Great for long days on the go
- Comfortable and well built
- Touch sensitive control scheme isn't always easy to use
- Alexa is very sensitive
- Music sounds great
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The 7 Best Headphones For Work - Spring 2022
Your voice is easy to understand, even in moderately noisy environments like a busy office. However, since they're wireless headphones, they rely on Bluetooth profiles to communicate data between devices, and you may notice a change in audio quality if you're making calls with your PC. Still, these well-built headphones have an excellent ANC system to help block out background noise and their fit is comfortable enough for long days at your desk
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Agreed. My Bose Noise Canceling 700 headphones have possibly been my favorite purchase ever in terms of day to day use and also quality of life increase. Absolutely essential while having a toddler and working on the road.
AirPods Max teardown makes Sony and Bose headphones look ‘like toys’
I was expecting 500$ to be honest, maximum. I guess they own Beats and they wanted to appeal to the high end+ market so that there are no collision with other products. If I were searching for an over-ear headphone: Bose 700 or the Sony XM4 all the way, I gladly choose a "toy" that costs way less whilst offering SOLID performance over something that expensive, regardless of how much I like Apple products. The teardown it's a piece of tech art tho :).
Bose returns to form as it faces more competition than ever before
With the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, Bose has successfully played catchup with the strong competition it now faces in a category that this company helped create.
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 review: Top noise-canceling headphones take it up just a notch
It's an excellent noise-cancelling headphone with high-tech features and impressive overall performance, but I'd have liked to have seen Bose price it at $350 and lower the price of the QuietComfort 35 II to $300. It may shake out that way in due time.
Surprisingly Unacceptable Demands from Bose
I had been eagerly waiting for this new model to be released, but I have to say that it's going right back. First, I was shocked to discover that Bose forces you to download their app to even make the headphones work at all - the headphones will not function at all without it. Good luck if you are i...
Non-Biased Review of Beats vs Sony WH-1000MX3 / WH-1000MX4 vs Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
This review is my personal experience using both headphones. I recently lost my Sony Headphones and decided to buy Bose Headphones. Here are some differences I have found between all three, and how I feel currently using Bose Headphones. Make sure you update any headphones firmware, some issues you ...
Just to let you guys know that I got my Bose 700 today in the UK :) hope you guys get yours , they're brilliant and made the value of the phone insane :) they integrate with Google assistant brilliantly and you even get a pop up to connect them just like apple and airpods , also love that I can be connected to my pc as well without having to toggle anything.
Wireless Headphones Comparison: Sony WH-1000XM3 vs Bose QuietComfort 35 II vs Beats Solo Pro
*Bose*: overall tone is more mid forward but a bit boxy. The bass is more controlled than the Sony, although still quite punchy. Midrange to me is a bit more forward, but not obnoxiously so. The treble however feels hit or miss as some of the detailed frequencies are recessed, which makes them sound kind of boxy and stuffy.
Probably the best deal I've made, ever.
This morning, I got up early and went to buy it at opening. (At this point I was paranoid because deals like this don't happen everyday). Headphone is slightly used (hence the price), but no scratches, no dents, pads look like new. I think I just made a big steal.