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The highs of these earbuds are clear and airy yet are not harsh. Mids are rich and full, so vocals and guitars wont get lost in the mix. Bass is not boomy, and instead is punchy and controlled and should give good thump. This sound will work well for virtually all types of music, though the Dash Pro is best for those who prefer a natural sound that falls more on the accurate side, instead of really boosted highs or boomy lows. See More
The included case features an internal battery, which can charge the earbuds up to five times. The docks for the earbuds are magnetic and help to ensure proper connection when charging. The exterior of the case is made from aircraft grade aluminum which gives the case a sleek look and extra durability. See More
In this mode, the built-in microphones will pick up ambient sound and allow you to hear your environment along with your music. Should you want to block out ambient noise, simply swipe on the earpiece to deactivate the mode. See More
The Elite Sport sounds quite balanced with no harshness or muddiness. The highs are clear and deliver good detail. Mids sound natural and rich, while the bass is tight and controlled instead of bloated. With these headphones, you will get decent punch from the usually bass-centric workout tracks, yet you will still be able to enjoy a refined sound when listening to more mellow or instrument focused music. See More
The bass of the Quiet Control 30 sounds full, with good punch and power. It doesn’t add any bloat though, preventing the sound from getting too muddy. The mids are quite forward with a slight boost. Vocals and guitars can easily be appreciated, though heavy guitars may sound quite aggressive due to the slight elevation. The highs are clear and offer a good level of detail yet do not get harsh in any way. These earphones are good for general music listening, and should excel in vocal-heavy tracks. See More
The earpieces will dangle off of the collar and flop around when they are out of your ears. There are no magnets in the ear pieces to keep them together, and there are no fasteners or docks in the collar to secure the earpieces. Other collar style earphones have this feature. See More
While the noise cancelling does not eliminate all of the ambient noise, it does a good job of preventing most of it from mixing in with your music. With the audio turned up to a good volume, you aren’t likely to hear your surroundings except for the loudest of sounds. See More
The earpieces won’t easily fall from your ears when using these on the go. You get Bose’s StayHear+ wing tips which securely fit inside the ears. Also, since the noise cancelling electronics are in the collar instead of an inline module, there is not a lot of weight that pulls down on the earpieces. See More
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