Bose is probably best known for its range of active noise-canceling QuietComfort headphones. Any regular traveler will likely encounter two pairs or two during the day. While SoundLink has almost no active noise-canceling on wireless headphones II, they do an amazingly good job of sealing ambient noise through their ‘circular’ workups.
Unlike the QuietComfort range, SoundLink IIs fully connect to your audio device via wireless and Bluetooth. which means that you’re less likely to hold your headphones on to your passengers while snagged on a busy train.
SoundLink II only weighs 195g. They don’t set very high in your head. The bottom of the contoured headband is also generously padded, and the ear cushion is equally soft. The ear coupes surround your ears, and the headband doesn’t pull too much. And the height on the rails is adjustable, which means SoundLink II is very comfortable to wear.
In terms of design, they are far from a statement pair of fashion headphones, but they are compatible with Bose’s design. You have a choice of black or white finishes. The black color model has a contrasting blue color, where the white model uses beige for ear caps and looks very similar to Samsung’s level over headphones. However, the SoundLink II certainly looks well-built and has to be tapped by a few banks for impact-resistant materials and Can thank Corrosion-resistant stainless steel used.
Control & connectivity
Remote control buttons have been integrated into the upper right ear, controlling your music and calls to answers, for volume adjustments. They are easy to find, and each button is unique and spaced so you can press right without any problems. In addition to turning on the speakers on the outside of the ear, there is a switch to put them in pair mode.
You get significant audio signals when you turn on headphones. It tells you which headphones the device is trying to pair with and to which they have successfully connected. You’re able to connect two Bluetooth sources simultaneously, and the headphones will intelligently switch between the two. You also get a battery readable when you first turn on the battery.
Bose Soundlink Battery life
The battery seems to be suitable for 15 hours of playback, and it seemed pretty accurate. Of course, I only needed to recharge them once or twice in Panchabad. The charging powered by a micro USB cable, which included. Remember this is the only cable; You need to use your USB socket adapter or charge from the computer’s USB port.
It takes about three hours for a full charge, but you get about two hours of playback during a 15-minute charge, which is great if you forget to charge before exiting fully. If the battery runs out, or you want to use headphones with a Bluetooth device, you can use an included 3.5mm headphone cable. A convenient travel case is included to keep the headphones and cables away.
Bose SoundLink Around-Ear II Review
At a glance Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones II
Deep, immersive sound in class performance for wireless headphones, enhanced IQ. Connection Technology: Wired / Wireless.
The latest Bluetooth technology for a secure connection and seamless audio/video sync.
Improved microphone system, HD voice for precise calls in the airy or noisy environment.
Play up to 15 hours a day with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
Switch between two Bluetooth devices so you can watch any video while it's connected to your smartphone - Wireless range up to 30 feet (9 meters).
ASIN:B0117RGG8E, Item model no:741158-0010
Light and incredibly comfortable.
Very nice to hear
Solid audio performance
Allows pairing two devices at once.
Feel a little warm over time
Cable lacks inline remote control.
Specification: SoundLink aroundear wireless headphones II
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