Bose AE2w Bluetooth Headphones – Black

August 3, 2013 - Comment

AE2w Bluetooth headphones let you enjoy immersive Bose sound from your iPad-plus wireless freedom. Their around-ear fit stays comfortable for hours, and you can move around without being tethered to your iPad, Smartphone or other Bluetooth device. You can even connect simultaneously to two devices. Controls on the ear cup let you operate certain functions

AE2w Bluetooth headphones let you enjoy immersive Bose sound from your iPad-plus wireless freedom. Their around-ear fit stays comfortable for hours, and you can move around without being tethered to your iPad, Smartphone or other Bluetooth device. You can even connect simultaneously to two devices. Controls on the ear cup let you operate certain functions of the iPad directly from the headphones and switch to take a call on your phone. Headphones charge easily with the included USB cable, and LED and audio indicators provide power, battery life and Bluetooth connection status.

Product Features

  • Enjoy immersive sound with wireless freedom
  • Cushioned around-ear fit for hours of comfortable listening
  • Wirelessly connects to your Bluetooth devices
  • Rechargeable battery plays up to eight hours

Comments

Mars P says:

Bose AE2w, Beats Wirelss,Harman Kardon Bt I compared AE2w(249$) with Beats Wireless(279$), Harman Kardon bt(200$?)(1)Dispaly: AE2w is the best looking Bose Headphone. It is cool but still low key style. Beats gets a lot of attention and fashion design. HK bt is kind of strange style, like a robot I only used at home.(2)Comfort: Bose is very light and so comfortable. But I did feel hot when I wear long time. Beats wirelss is on ear on design which has soft ear cushion. However, I felt uncomfortable bc I wear glass. HK bt is pretty comfortable but it is somehow heavy.(3)Durability: AE2w is really durable and is pretty similar to AE2. But the AE2w’s case is not good. I tried my Bose QC15 case that works with AE2w but I have to take that blue tooth device off. Beats wireless is like 90 percent plastic. I do not know it is durable I just bought a month.(4)Noise Cancellation and Leakage: Bose AE2w is asgood as AE2 and it blocks and isolates lots of noise. Beats Wireless is better…

kippkam says:

Acceptable but not quite there… I have tried 4 different sets of wireless headphones over the past couple of weeks and here are my thoughts on the Bose AE2w:My first impression was that they looked really nice. I was concerned about the bluetooth module when ordering because it looked big and weird, but when they arrived it didn’t seem to bulky and I let it go. I was more interested in the audio quality than the looks for this set.After pairing them with my iPhone and iMac, I noticed that the volume was really low compared to my wired headphones. I tried pairing them only with one device at a time and the sound improved a bit but it was still low overall. When I tried using them with the provided cable, instead of the bluetooth module, the sound improved significantly (specially the lows) but I didn’t buy these to use wired (ha!).The sound quality was crisp and clear, but the balance was not -the lows were very disappointing. I tried different genres, and compared within…

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