Reviews and Problems with Bose Mobile in-ear headset
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Bose mobile in-ear headset
5 November 2009
Summary: As a first effort, the Bose mobile in-ear headset is a good option for audiophiles who are looking for a pair of cell phone-capable headphones that are ready for the long haul. Though we would have better appreciated the audio quality of these buds had they employed some form of noise isolation, we were often willing to make this sacrifice for the sake of general overall comfort.
Pros: Comfortable ergonomic design, Very good audio quality, 2.5mm adapters and case included,
Cons: No noise cancellation technology, Relatively high price, Mediocre call quality,
Excerpt: These Bose Mobile in-ear headphones sit in the outer bowl of the ear, with a sort of funnel to direct sound. In place they feel a little vague, but much less invasive than their rivals. The mic and one-button control are in a single unit on the right-hand cable, and call quality is excellent, with great all-round clarity.
Pros: Non-invasive when in place, excellent call quality, great clarity
Cons: Need greater detailing, dynamics and excitement
Bose's Mobile In-Ear Headset, provides quality sound at a premium price.
Good Gear Guide.au
22 July 2009
Summary: If you're after a replacement for your mediocre mobile phone headphones, then you could do worse than the Bose Mobile In-Ear Headset. Although predictably pricey, it offers outstanding bass, excellent sound quality and good looks.