Bose Soundlink Headphones Buying Guide:
Bose Soundlink Headphones Build Quality and Design:
White with tan accents and black with blue highlights are the two colour options for the Bose SoundLink Headphones. Although the white version is more in line with the classic Bose aesthetic, we think the black version is the sharper of the two.
The voice prompt that provides battery life and pairing status upon turning the Bose SoundLink headphones on is a superb example of Bose’s efforts to make the Bose Soundlink Headphones Around-Ear Wireless Headphone II user-friendly.
Whether you use the built-in NFC feature or not, pairing and re-pairing the headphones is a straightforward operation, especially when compared to how simple many headphones make it nowadays. These Bose SoundLink headphones may be connected to two devices at once, allowing you to easily switch between them.
Bose advertises a whopping 15 hours of listening time, which we found to be accurate during our testing.
So, consider these things while you’re going to buy Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II.
1-Is Bose Soundlink around-ear wireless headphones II compatible with my tablet or smartphone?
Other Bluetooth devices that employ Bluetooth 2.1 (or later) specifications and support the Bluetooth A2DP, hands-free, and headset profiles are compatible with the Bose SoundLink® around-ear wireless headphones II.
2-Can these headphones are used with two devices at the same time?
Yes, utilising multipoint technology, they can connect to two Bluetooth devices at the same time.
3-What is NFC?
NFC stands for Near Field Communication.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a short-range wireless communication technology that allows two NFC-enabled devices to communicate when they are positioned within 10 cm of each other (4″).
When an NFC-enabled device, such as a smartphone, is placed near the right earcup of the headphones, the headphones connect through Bluetooth to the device. The headphones will be unpaired if you place the smartphone near the earcup a second time.
Bose is known for its noise-canceling capabilities, and now we can add wireless to that list. The SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless II is another popular Bluetooth product that increases the bar for wireless products in general, following the success of the SoundLink Mini and the original SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless.
Given that Bluetooth sound cannot equal the quality of traditional wired sound, Bose has gone to great lengths to ensure that its latest Bluetooth headset performs as well as it possibly can. This is a win in our eyes because you get the benefits of comfort and wireless audio without sacrificing too much fidelity.