Bose® AE2i Audio Headphones (White)

August 3, 2013 - Comment

Bose AE2i headphones give you best-seat-in-the-house performance no matter where you are. Whether it’s rock or rap, symphonic or swing, you’ll hear smooth sound, from full lows to clear highs. Soft, cushioned ear cups gently surround your ears, yet remain comfortable for hours so you can easily focus on your music Product Features A new

Bose AE2i headphones give you best-seat-in-the-house performance no matter where you are. Whether it’s rock or rap, symphonic or swing, you’ll hear smooth sound, from full lows to clear highs. Soft, cushioned ear cups gently surround your ears, yet remain comfortable for hours so you can easily focus on your music

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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