Bose TriPort Around Ear Headphones (Old Version)

August 3, 2013 - Comment

Get high-performance sound in a cool lightweight package with these Bose® Slate Gray Triport® headphones. Enjoy the full audio spectrum, highs and lows, whether you’re plugged into your computer or a portable media player. Features: ergonomic and comfortable lightweight design; soft over-ear cushions; swivel ear-cups; acoustic equalization for delivering audio nuances and intricacies; thin adjustable

Get high-performance sound in a cool lightweight package with these Bose® Slate Gray Triport® headphones. Enjoy the full audio spectrum, highs and lows, whether you’re plugged into your computer or a portable media player. Features: ergonomic and comfortable lightweight design; soft over-ear cushions; swivel ear-cups; acoustic equalization for delivering audio nuances and intricacies; thin adjustable headband.

Product Features

  • Acoustic equalization – Innovative Bose technology that fine-tunes the frequency response of the headphones so you can experience rich, clear sound
  • Adjustable headband – Up to three inches of adjustment in headband length
  • TriPort ear cushions – Ergonomic design ensures maximum audio performance and comfortable fit
  • 5 Foot Long extension cord – Additional cable for more freedom of movement and increased accessibility to audio sources
  • Carrying bag – Provides an easy way to bring your headphones wherever you go

Comments

Travis Dockweiler "tdockweiler" says:

Fragile and expensive, but still worth owning I skipped all the reviews about how fragile these were and went out and bought some anyway. One of the reasons I bought these over anything else is that they are light. I hate big and bulky headphones. My primary usage for these headphones is an Ipod. From my understanding, certain more expensive large headphones have problems producing loud volumes in portable devices. These headphones have no such problems.It was hard to go and purchase these. So many people think BOSE makes junk and just believe what they hear and just keep spreading it around. Go out and try the products for yourself first. I almost skipped them because I almost wanted to believe BOSE made stuff that wasn’t any good.Anyway, I tried these and they brought new life to my music. Everything sounded so much better than my Sony Fontopia headphones. Such an amazing difference. I also quite frequently prefer using these headphones with my ONKYO receiver to watch DTS movies. This is over $1000 home…

D. A. Deku "dekuda" says:

Not bad…if they were 30-40 bucks These dont sound bad…They just are not worth even close to 150 bucks. Trust me and all the last review, there are much better headphones for alot cheaper.In the Under $50 range, Id get Koss KSC75, or Sennheiser HD-201In the $50 range, id get the Sennheiser PX-100s, or koss PortaPros.In the $50-$100 range, Id get Grado Sr-60s/80s, Sennheiser HD-280, Shure E2s, or Sony MDR-V6$100-$150 range Id get Etymotic ER6is, Beyer DT770, and Grado 125.The bose like I said have only ok sound, and not nearly good enough to spend 150 dollars on. You may go to Best Buy and hear these and say “Wow these sound great”, but thats probably after you have had ipod, cd player, and other mp3 players stock buds that came with them. Trust me…Dont buy these.

gratefulshrink says:

Over-priced Bose is able to mass-market and heavily advertise their products, while superior headphone companies (e.g., Beyerdynamic, AKG, Sennheiser, and Grado) do not have that luxury. This means that Bose can get away with selling a $50 product for three times that amount. It’s probably worthy of 3 stars if it were sold much cheaper, but I have to take off a star for price inflation.The best thing to do for people on a $100-150 budget for quality headphones is to shop around, and defintiely to check out forums like Head-Fi.org where users share their views.

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