Bose® AE2i Audio Headphones (Black)

August 3, 2013 - Comment

Product Features A new standard of audio performance immerses you in your music Inline remote for control of iPhone®/iPod® Inline microphone for hands-free calling Improved ear cushions for hours of comfortable listening Earcups fold flat in custom travel bag for easy storage and transport Related posts: Bose® AE2 audio headphones (Black) Bose® AE2i Audio Headphones

Product Features

  • A new standard of audio performance immerses you in your music
  • Inline remote for control of iPhone®/iPod®
  • Inline microphone for hands-free calling
  • Improved ear cushions for hours of comfortable listening
  • Earcups fold flat in custom travel bag for easy storage and transport

Comments

D. Smith says:

Stop Listening to the Bose Bashers!!! This is the first review I have written for a product on Amazon… The reason I am doing so is because I feel like I was lead astray a little from the biased reviews of others.I know this is a bit wordy, but there are plenty of quick reviews you can read about this product without spending much time on mine. If you want a 100% truthful review, then please take a minute to read this, especially if you are new to the higher end headphone scene.About 6 months ago I listened to a Bose display at a local Target store. This got my gears turning about the idea of having better quality headphones than I had previously been using. I had never really thought about putting the kind of attention you would put into car or home audio into headphones. Since I listen to headphones about 20+ hours a week at work, it seemed like a worthy investment.Here is where things got dicey… I knew Bose was considered a top notch company by most average music listeners…

Smart Shopper "Dan T" says:

Fun and light for the digital age – bewildered by negative reviews My background: Let me start by saying I am not a professional sound engineer, but what I am is a person who owns several sets of over-the-ear headphones that I’ve accumulated over the years – seeking the best sound I can find without dropping tons of cash (which, for me, means I’ve been shopping in the $100 to $200 range).Facts: If you’re looking for response over frequency graphs for the AE2s, PCMag has them there[…]Facts note: I am bewildered by the negative reviews and comments after listening to, and seeing the data. I don’t understand the reviewers that say these headphones don’t have high and low frequency response, because the data shows quite the opposite (actually the bass is slightly exaggerated – which might turn some people off).Opinion summary: Compared to my Sony MD-6s and my Numarks (which I had handy), the AE2s are crisper and have stronger bass (this makes a lot of since when you see the plotted response over frequency graphs)…

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