Bose SoundSport Earbuds has been seeking quite attention from the consumers with its affordable price and premium sound quality. So, we have decided to explore what the buzz is all about. Here is the review for the SoundSport Earbuds by Bose.
Let’s be honest, when it comes to sound and quality, the first brand that comes to anyone’s mind is Bose. Bose is a leading giant in the sound industry where they claim that “better sound is just a beginning”.
We have compiled a short review for our quick readers and we have also covered the topic in more detail for our keen readers as well.
Short Review for Bose SoundSport Earbuds
- Cheaper compared to its other peers
- IPX4 water-resistance
- Multiple device pairing
- Great sound quality
- Comfortable, secure fit
- Premium body feel
- one of the best earbuds for sports activities.
- outdated Bluetooth technology.
- No touch controls and uses buttons.
- lower battery life compared to its other peers.
The Review for Bose SoundSport Earbuds
The Bose SoundSport priced at $129.95 is on the cheaper spectrum of the Bose earbuds echo system. If you are in for the sound quality and the minuscule differences in the technology trend does not bother you, then this earbud is a blind buy. With Bose earbuds, you do not have to worry about any issues with the sound and its quality but if you are tech-savvy and want to know exactly what you are getting for your bucks then here we go.
The SoundSport wireless earbuds can be paired with multiple devices which not even its latest peer (Bose Sports Open Earbuds) provides but it is to be noted that it uses a slightly outdated version of Bluetooth (v 4.1).
Bose SoundSport takes around 2 hours to fully charge and will last you for up to 6 hours while its other peers will last for around 8 hours at max. One small issue with charging the SoundSport is its usage of Micro USB for charging. For a wireless headphone, not having a wireless charger to charge itself may be a bummer for some buyers.
We get all the basic features like pairing, volume controls, play/pause, skip, multifunctional button, call answering with the unit. It has an inline microphone built-in which is better than most of the true wireless earbuds we see in the market (even premium ones). The device has an IP rating of IPx4 (Protects from splashing water, no matter the direction) which makes it perfect for outdoor activities. The only downside that we see with the device is the lack of touch controls. It still houses physical buttons to operate.
Apart from all the technical stuff, we get a Zipped Carry case and free Eartips in three different sizes which Bose likes to call “Sport Tips”. which is always a plus.
The device is designed to work with the “Bose Connect App” and works flawlessly with voice assistants like Amazon Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant for voice commands.
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