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PowerBeats 3 vs. Bose SoundSport : Quality Tested

How These Wireless Bluetooth Headphones are being tested The Bose SoundSport and the Beats PowerBeats 3, checked straight for a week each. The Bose first week, then put those away and then reviewed the Beats the next week. TPairair has worn as much as possible during that weeks-in a reasonably quiet office, a busy Whole Foods, a run or two, a weight lifting gym session, and a CrossFit class.  It has been put a little stress on them but nothing excessive. Unboxing and opening experiences We 're not going to spend too much time worrying about those two earbuds, not boxing. When you pull...

Bose QuietControl 30 Wireless Headphones vs Sony WI-1000x

Today, we are going to compare two premium Bluetooth neckbands - the wireless headphones and and butt them together to see which one scores the most brownie points. Bose is known for their balanced sound while Sony is often punchy-bassy-alive and premium in their build and performance. Do not forget to go over the pros and cons, at the end and make your purchase-decision easier. Build quality The Bose QuietControl 30 wireless headphones have a horseshoe design and lays flat on your neck. Built quality is sturdy and the surface is rubberized and feels premium. This prevents the neckband...

Bose 700 vs. JBL Live 650 BTNC (2020)

JBL is probably not the brand that usually comes to mind when talking about wireless noise-canceling headphones. Traditionally the room is occupied by more prominent brands such as Bose and Sony. We 're looking at the features and sound quality of the more affordable JBL Live 650BTNC to see if they can be an excellent alternative to the pricier Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700. Let us start  Design The wireless noise-canceling headphones have similar designs, with slight variations in color, band material, and the earcups’ size. The Bose noise-canceling headphones, however, sound more relaxed and luxurious. All their bands feel solid at first,...

Bose SoundLink II vs. Sony WH-XB900n

The SoundLink II from Bose and the WH-XB900n from Sony are both appealing pieces of accessory which makes you desire for more in life. We are going to compare the two wireless headphones and look for the best in terms of value, performance and also chart our the pros and cons. Here we go and let’s make your purchase-decision easy. Physical features With the Sony WH-XB900n, the brand has tried to bring it closer to its 1000XM3 cousin but foregoing some of the features for a lower price tag. However, the cost cutting is evident as the plastic feels hollow to...

Bose QC35ii vs. Beats Studio 3

If you are looking for a pair of over-the-head wireless headphones then the Bose QC35II and Beats studio 3 are definitely the best two options in the market. Today we look at the pros and cons of both these headphones and try to find which one scores more brownie points over the other. Comfort The Bose QC35II has lightweight earcups and fits in a comfortable position over the ears. The grip is not too tight and provides ample support to the ears while listening. This makes it extremely comfortable for using them for long periods. On the other hand, the ...

Sony WH1000XM3 vs. Bose 700

If Sony could ever come up with a smaller name for their wireless headphones, I would be grateful. Compared to names like the Bose 700, Sony WH1000XM3 is a terrible name. However, as the saying goes - never judge a book by its cover, both these bluetooth headphones are a power-packed device and a great experience for all. Today we are going to compare the features of and the for the best performance. Sound Quality While performing the sound test, both this pair of headphones had noise leaks but the Bose had the least leakage. Sony WH1000XM3 has a...

Sony WH-1000XM3 VS Bose 700

Deciding between the best of best has never been easy, however, we are going to help you make the best decision for yourself.  First thing first, let’s compare the specifications of each set just to see where we’re standing at:   Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 Sony WH-1000XM3 Battery life 20 hours 30 hours Weight 289g (0.64lbs) 275g (0.60lbs) Cable Lenght N/A 1,2m (3.94ft) Acoustic Design Closed Closed Wireless Range 100m (330 feet) 9m (30 feet) Driver Type Dynamic Dynamic Drivers 40mm 40mm NFC No Yes Frequency response N/A 4Hz - 40kHz Sensitivity N/A 103dB Impedance N/A 46 Ohms   We will dive deeper into each specification in further texts. WH-1000XM3 VS Bose 700 - Design The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have a beautiful minimalistic sleek design. They come in black and silver colors. The headband is made of...

Bose SoundSport Free True Wireless Earbuds Reviewed

When looking for a good pair of wireless earbuds, Bose is always a great brand to consider. Bose might not seem like a premium brand to make wireless headphones but their products can hold up against other big names like JBL and Sony. The Bose SoundSport Free True Wireless Earbuds are a great set of headphones to consider when looking for a new pair. These headphones might be a little dated but they still are one of the best out of the market for a truly wireless earbud. With the recently design upgrade and added technology to the truly wireless...

Sony WH-1000XM3 vs Bose QC35 ii – Review

Today, I have picked up two of the best contending brands in the wireless headphone category with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology. Today we compare the recently upgraded and newly improved Sony WH-1000XM3 against the legendary Bose QuietComfort 35 ii. Before we take a plunge into the comparison about which wireless headphone is better, I would like to remind my readers that the differences are very minute and hard to put a finger on; the verdict for every user will be subjective (especially if you have a soft spot when it comes to brands). What I can personally assure is...

Bose Quiet Comfort 35 ii vs. Beats Studio 3 – Review

Till some time back, anyone would discourage you from buying or using wireless headphones for the simple reason that the technology in terms of Bluetooth connectivity and ambient noise cancellation wasn’t that great. But that is now a thing of the past. Fortunately, now we are residing in an era of wireless technology. Thanks to the advancement in Bluetooth technology, the wireless headphones today are able to stay connected in every situation, and they can give you a remarkable sound experience. Today I am going to talk about two such headphones which are pioneers in the field. I am talking...

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Best Over-Ear Headphones For Working Out

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5 Best Headsets For Online Teaching

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Cowin E7 Pro Wireless vs Sony WH-1000XM3: The Battle

Between the Cowin E7 Pro Wireless vs. Sony WH-1000XM3: Which headphones are the best? Two immensely famous side-by-side headphones, facing off. Although each pair has...

Best Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones in 2020

Bone conduction headphones allow you to listen to music instead of through your eardrums, through the bones in your skull. This is a wonderful...