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Bose FreeStyle

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Overall 7

Bose FreeStyle In-Ear Headphones Review

14 May 2014
  • Excerpt: Although it never really disappeared, Bose is back with a new and refreshing line of audio gear designed to be more stylish compared to the company's previous mundane yet iconic products. The newly redesigned SoundTrue series of on-ear and over-ear headphones, which replace Bose's tried and true AE2i model, are being offered in a wide range of color styles and two-tone designs.
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Bose FreeStyle Earphones: Australian Review

3 July 2014
  • Excerpt: Bose has never been an especially fashionable brand for headphones. They’re usually serious, finished in blacks and bright silver. The new FreeStyle, though, is a more modern, more stylish take on some high quality earphones from one of the world’s most iconic headphone companies.
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Overall 8

The sound quality from these earbuds is exceptional, but the colour scheme is a little odd

Good Gear Guide.au
8 June 2014
  • Summary: If you can get around the cringeworthy colour schemes, the Bose Freestyle in-ear headphones will prove a valuable long-term investment. We emphasise ‘long-term’ because they aren’t cheap for a set of earbuds which can very easily be damaged. Bose does include a useful zip-up wallet with the headphones which we recommend you use to ensure longevity.
  • Pros: Unbiased sound, Excellent clarity and detailed reproduction
  • Cons: Expensive, No passive noise cancellation
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Bose FreeStyle

TechRadar UK
28 May 2014
  • Excerpt: Bose has been in the audio game a long time, and the company has rightfully earned a reputation for quality sound … unfortunately, its products tend to be priced accordingly. Take the awesome-sounding QuietComfort 20i earphones , which will run you $279 (about £167, AU$302).
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