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Bose Mobile In-Ear Headset (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Angled 3.5 mm plug
- Three 2.5 mm adapters
- One-Touch Switching, Hands-Free Talking
- Convenient, High-Quality Audio
- Omnidirectional, inline microphone
- Answering and Ending Calls
- Comfortable for Hours on End
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From the Manufacturer
Bose - Better Sound Through ResearchDedication to research and excellence. It's been the Bose approach to better sound since Dr. Amar G. Bose founded the company in 1964. Since those early days, Bose engineers have kept their focus on creating better technology. You'll find that focus exemplified in the Bose mobile in-ear headset.
Now it's easier than ever to enjoy Bose sound with your mobile phone calls and music. The Bose mobile in-ear headset lets you take calls and switch back to your music with one-touch ease. And its quality audio may be the best reason yet to listen to music on your phone.
Comfortable enough to wear for hours at a time
Hear the music on your phone with more range and realism. Like all Bose headphones, the mobile in-ear headset features proprietary audio reproduction technology that delivers impressive low frequencies from small headphones--without artificial bass boost. You'll enjoy tonally balanced and clear sound for all your mobile music.
One-Touch Switching, Hands-Free Talking
When your phone rings, just push the answer/end button to pause your music and take the call. The omnidirectional mic on the back of the answer/end button picks up your voice clearly--no need to hold it to your lips. End the call with one more touch, and your music continues from where you left off.
Answering and Ending Calls
The headset includes an easy-to-use answer/end button located on the back of the inline microphone near the earphones. Simply press the button to perform an action. To answer calls, press and release the button once. To end calls, press and release the button once again.
Comfortable for Hours on End
Unlike conventional earbuds, this headset features silicone-tipped earphones designed to rest easily in the outer bowl of the ear, not the pressure-sensitive ear canal. Three sizes of contoured tips are also included so you can tailor a fit that's right for you. Take calls and listen to your music comfortably for hours.
Compatible with most popular phones
Works with Most Popular Phones
The Bose mobile in-ear headset is compatible with a wide variety of today's mobile phones. It's time to experience the difference Bose technology can make for your mobile audio.
Bose Mobile In-Ear Headset Highlights
Omnidirectional, inline microphone facilitates easy mobile phone communications. You don't have to hold the mic to be heard clearly.
Answer/end button on the back of the microphone lets you take calls with one-touch ease--and switch back to your music just as quickly.
TriPort acoustic headphone structure, available only from Bose, reproduces tonally balanced audio with deep low notes from small, in-ear headphones.
Comfortable in-ear headphone design with contoured, soft silicone tips rest snugly in the outer bowl of the ear, not the canal.
Small, medium and large silicone tips provide an adjustable, personal fit.
Angled 3.5 mm plug fits directly into mobile phones with recessed jacks, including iPhone.
Three 2.5 mm adapters are included for compatibility with a wide range of mobile phones.
Stability-enhancing lanyard and clothing clip help keep headphones in place when you're on the move.
Protective carrying case stores headset, adapters and a mobile phone.
Bose Mobile In-Ear Headset: Phone Compatibility Chart
If your phone doesn't appear on this chart, it may still be compatible if it has a 3.5 mm or 2.5 mm stereo headphone jack.
What's in the Box
- Bose mobile in-ear headset with inline microphone and answer/end button
- Three 2.5 mm adapters
- One pair each of small, medium and large silicone tips
- Clothing clip
- Carrying case
Similar Bose Products to Consider
Bose Mobile On-Ear Headset--For those who prefer an on-the-ear headphone design. The Bose mobile on-ear headset lets you take calls and switch back to your music with one-touch ease. Its quality audio makes listening to music on your phone a pleasure. And its soft-cushioned, lightweight fit stays comfortable for hours. Includes a hands-free microphone on the back of the inline answer/end button. Headphones fold flat for easy storage in included case. Compatible with iPhone and a variety of popular mobile phones.
Top Customer Reviews
I use these with my iPhone 3GS and when a call is received, you can press the toggle switch on the headset wire to switch over to pick up the call and talk using the built in microphone. There's no need to remove the headphones from the 3.5mm jack in order to pick up the call. Conducting a test with a friend, the microphone sounded fine to the other party.
-- Good bass
-- Good execution of microphone
-- comes with case that fits iPhone
-- Comes with lanyard as well as a clip for positioning the headphone cable
-- Treble a little muddy
1. The volume is "adequate". For the most part, I use these for my commute and ambient sounds (movements of the subway, loud talkers, passing cars, wind) easily can overpower these unless turned up to full volume. For this type of situation you may want to consider another model that involves more sound isolation because I find myself having to frequently adjust the volume when I am out in the street, etc. Also, some times I have to adjust the volume to almost maximum with these, where on other earbuds would only be set to half the level.
2. The white replaceable tips constantly fall off the earbuds and are easily lost. For the first week or two, they grip to the earbud fairly well, but after a few uses the white tips will fall off frequently. I have owned these for about 2 months and will probably have to buy a replacement pack soon. Every other person I know that owns these has the same problem.
If you do not mind these issues and spending extra cash for the brand name doesn't bother you, I would say they are worth purchasing. the sound is good although not to the quality of other Bose products. You could definitely find earbuds from other brands for half the price with similar (or better) sound quality and less problems with ambient noise. The cord is also little on the long side.
Although a little pricy, they were worth every penny I spent. I now enjoy listening to the iPod function of the iPhone. I recommend them to you; you will not be disappointed.
I've owned several brands of high-end iPhone compatible earphones, and these are, sound quality-wise, the best yet. Other brands included Etymotics HF-2, and Maximo HS-5. Etymotics fans will tell you the HF-2 are the best thing on the market under $200 and sing the praises of the bass, but to my ears, the Etymotics are thin and tinny compared to these Bose.
Where the Bose lose it is in the ergonomics of the things, and not just in the fit of the earbuds, but in the overall design.
The earbuds just don't go deep enough into your ear to stay there, or to even block out any ambient noise. This is made worse by the very large speaker that sits outside your ear, which is heavy enough to pull the things out by gravity alone. Big FAIL here on the design. Bose could learn something from the Etymotics HF-2's deep in the ear canal design here. The Etys never fall out, and do a darn good job of blocking out ambient noise.
The other issues with the ergonomics are the cord, and there are several things wrong with it. First off, it's made of some thick rubber that likes to curl back on itself. You cannot coil these up and shove them in your pocket without having to spend a significant amount of time untying the knot they tend to tie themselves up into. This can be very frustrating. Another issue is some heavy plastic box thing about 7" up from the jack. It catches on things in your pocket when you try to pull it out. I also think the split part of the chord for the separate ears is too long; it's almost 1/3 the length. This probably contributes to easy tangling of the cord.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Inconvenient ears mount, but more important is mediocre sound quality. Much cheaper ear buds (e.g. by Apple) give the similar sound experience.Published 20 months ago by SERGEY TROSHIN
It is nice. I bought it more than one year ago and it works properly. It looks nice, and the best issue for me is that I have small earlobes then I never find an ear headset that... Read morePublished on May 25, 2014 by Josefina Florez
Maybe I shouldn't complain because I've had these a couple years (although not used all that much). One bud has stopped working because of the wire cracking in several places. Read morePublished on April 7, 2014 by Max Altus
My daughter just washed and dried my headphones, the amazing thing is they still work......really they still work. I had to buy a new set of ear tips because the left one was lost. Read morePublished on March 31, 2014 by George