Bose In-Ear Headphones review
Despite being a major player in noise-cancellation headphones, Bose hasn’t yet tackled the in-ear market with any gusto, and these In-Ear Headphones are currently its only offering. Unlike the majority of recently released personal headphones, which are inserted in your ear to seal out external noise, these rest in the outer part of your ear, with just a small protuberance extending into the ear canal. They don’t block out screaming kids on aeroplanes or the rattle of train carriages, but they’re very comfortable to wear. They’re also iPhone compatible, come with a pouch and neck lanyard, and sound quality is decent, too, with balanced bass, mid- and top-end. They aren’t as good as the Sennheiser CX95s, but are a good alternative if you don’t get on with canalphones.
|Headphones type||Ear canal|