Bose SoundSport In-Ear Headphones, 3.5mm Connector for Apple Devices - Power Red
|Special Feature||Microphone-feature, Sports-and-exercise|
|Form Factor||In Ear|
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- Deep, clear sound enhanced by exclusive TriPort technology for crisp highs and natural sounding lows.Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Proprietary Stay Hear tips, in three sizes, conform to your ear's shape to stay comfortably in place all day
- Sweat and weather resistant; engineered and tested for lasting quality and durability;Case:8.4 cm Height x 8.4 centimeter Width x 2.8 centimeter
- Inline microphone and remote for easy switching between calls and music with select iPhone models
- Matching protective carrying case included. Stay Hear tips:2.5 centimeter H x 1.9 centimeter Width x 0.95 centimeter Depth. Sound Sport in ear headphones:1.06 meter (17.86 gram)
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- SoundSport in-ear headphones
- 3 pairs StayHear tips (S, M, L)
- Carry case
- Clothing clip
Engineered to go wherever life takes you
Bose SoundSport in-ear headphones deliver deep, clear sound for the music you love, and a durable design to keep up with whatever your day brings. TriPort technology provides crisp highs and natural-sounding lows, while the sweat- and weather-resistant design helps ensure they survive the rigors of your daily life. And StayHear tips keep them comfortably in place through it all. They come in a variety of designs and include an inline microphone and remote.
- Enjoy your music with deep, clear sound from exclusive TriPort technology
- Sweat- and weather-resistant; engineered and tested for lasting quality and durability
- Proprietary StayHear tips conform to your ears’ shape to stay comfortably in place all day long
- Inline microphone and remote for easy switching between calls and music with select iPhone models
- Lightweight carrying case stores and protects headphones
For Apple devices
Engineered to work optimally with most Apple devices including iPod, iPhone and iPad. Talk on your phone hands-free and control various music functions with the inline mic/remote.
Built to go where you go
Sweat- and weather-resistant design helps ensure these headphones survive the rigors of your daily life.
Conforms to your ears
StayHear tips conform to the shape of your ears so they stay comfortably in place all day long, even through tough workouts.
Easily switch between calls and music on your iPhone, plus control music and other functions on various Apple devices. No need to reach for your device.
Pick your color
SoundSport headphones come in a variety of colors to match your style.
Lightweight, durable case
Sport-inspired case matches your headphones and protects and stores them when not in use. Karabiner lets the case tag along wherever your workout takes you.
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|Color||Power Red||White||Black||Black Sapphire||Black||Red|
|Item Dimensions||4.88 x 1.88 x 8.75 inches||2.7 x 1.1 x 3.5 inches||0.98 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches||4 x 7 x 0.88 inches||5 x 2.38 x 7.8 inches||—|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces||2.08 ounces||0.80 ounces||0.02 ounces||0.66 lbs||—|
|Special Features||sports-and-exercise, microphone-feature||Volume-Control, Lightweight, iOS Phone Control, Foldable, Sports & Exercise, Volume-Control||wireless||microphone-feature||noise-cancellation, microphone-feature||Microphone, sports-and-exercise, Android, Sweat-proof, iOS, Lightweight|
Bose Sound Sport in-ear headphones deliver deep, clear sound for the music you love, with a durable design that stands up to the rigors of your day. Exclusive TriPort technology provides crisp highs and natural-sounding lows, while acoustic ports are positioned to resist sweat and weather, and hydrophobic cloth keeps moisture out. Proprietary Stay Hear tips conform to your ears' shape, so they stay comfortably in place all day long. They come in a variety of colors to match your style: Charcoal, Frost, Energy Green, Power Red or Neon Blue. They even include a matching carrying case for storage and added protection. And an inline microphone and remote make for easy switching between calls and music with select iPhone models. Meet the headphones engineered to go wherever life takes you. Included: Sound Sport in-ear headphones; 3 pairs Stay Hear tips (S, M, L); carrying case; clothing clip. Not compatible with iPhone 7 and later. A Lightning to 3.5-mm adapter is needed for iPhone 7 and later.
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I've been using SoundSports and their predecessors for years, going through about 1 pair a year due to nearly all-day use at work, but all of that wear and tear was simply on/off, volume up/down, putting on and taking off. About six months ago I made a decision to 'get in shape', and so for the first time I started putting these through their paces on the 'Sport' side of things. They do not hold up.
I've now suffered the same fatal issue twice in six months with the Bose SoundSport earbuds, namely that if you get some sweat on the control pad there's a seemingly decent chance that you're going to short it out and find yourself with dead $100 earbuds. The second time this happened was the final straw, and I'm now testing alternatives for better resilience to active use.
UPDATE July 19: It is has been shy of 1 month having used these earbuds, roughly a total of 15 - 5mi outdoor runs in the TX heat. They are done. First sign was when they decided to turn on by themselves randomly at max volume while sitting on the counter while still connected to the iPod (this happened in the middle of the night twice.)... Then the volume would randomly increase to max high then max low while mid-run. Then the static started in the left bud and gradually worsened. The remote is completely responsive now.. I tested on 2 different iPods. Luckily it's within 2 days of return status...Hopefully I can return these without issue.
I like to workout, and wanted some earbuds which would be perfect for the gym, and the SoundSport seemed to fit the bill, so I ordered mine. When they came I was pretty giddy, I'll admit. But that faded pretty quick as I plugged them into my mp3 player and started to exercise. The earbuds--in MY personal estimation, were kinda crap...but not necessarily for the reasons you might think. They SOUNDED great, but unfortunately, they were designed to allow ambient outside noise to creep in so those who wear them while exercising outside, possibly in traffic, can be hyper aware of their surroundings, which is perfect--except it let in SO much outside noise it was almost to the point of a distraction. I wear a Samsung Gear S3 smart watch which keeps track of my exercising. It reminds me every 5 minutes by telling me my heart rate, calories burned etc. using its pretty weak speaker. I could easily hear my watch every 5 minutes as I worked on the elliptical. Sorry, but for me, that is like way TOO much.
Since I workout in the gym, outside noise isn't a factor, but what do you do to fix it? I noticed while looking online that the eartips on the Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling earbuds were different...and I connected the dots and ordered a pair of eartips for the QuietComfort and they fit like a glove and the difference is absolutely phenomenal. Suddenly, audio that was completely lost before with the previous eartips was not only now easily heard, but the new tips helped to isolate the audio so much better. Honestly, Bose should include these kinds of tips for those people like me who don't need the outside noise to interfere with what I'm listening to. Seriously, the difference was like night and day. The old ones let in so much outside noise that you cannot fully appreciate the great Bose sound. But with the substitution, NOW I could hear the difference, and boy was it dramatic.
Let's be honest, Bose are miracle workers when it comes to audio reproduction. They do it pretty much better than almost everyone else. Suddenly my earbuds that I so badly wanted, finally lived up to the expectations I had hoped for. Bass is full, the Highs are crisp, the Mid's were just as clear. Almost like wearing my Sony studio monitor, and that, my friends is an accomplishment for such a small device.
The one area where I truly believe Bose suffers, almost more than any other audio manufacturer, is in build quality. You might think differently, but if you compared Bose headphones or earbuds to similar devices, you'll see it immediately, and if not right away, you'll definitely notice that when you use them frequently. I've always found their stuff to be nowhere as durable as almost any other pair of similar like devices available, and let's be honest, for what they make you pay, I honestly believe every possible effort should be used to make them as durable as possible. Even the Sport earbuds seemed a bit frail, especially the cords. I really felt that if I didn't take extra good care, they'd fray and break pretty quick, even though they are almost brand new. Being in the broadcast industry, I am pretty familiar with how to treat electronic equipment with kid gloves, so I think mine will last a bit longer than most, but that is just a guess. I know not everyone will share my opinion, but I am not just a casual audiophile when it comes to headphones/earbuds. I know my stuff, and it pains me to admit this, but the build quality just isn't as good as most others--even if the sound quality is just about as good as it gets.
In short, if you want truly superior audio quality, but you aren't afraid to spend the extra money for earbuds that may not last as long as you'd hope for, especially for the money, you really cannot do better. However, if you want better sound, order some additional eartips like I mentioned above (they weren't expensive, mine cost less than $6.00) and you'll find a whole new appreciation for their audio capabilities.
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I already have a collection of headphones that range from cheap throwaways to £300 Bose bluetooth QuietComfort. I have a set of Apple EarPods which are amazing for dog walking but they are slightly muffled - they block ambient noise rather than cleveryly cancel it like Bose QuietComforts do. QuietComforts are amazing but I like to hear ambient sounds when home alone (knock at the door for example) and I do like to wear something that you almost forget you're wearing...
That's where these come in. I actually do forget I'm wearing them.
The sound is not £300 Bose quality but the sound is accurate. There's no fake bass boosting but there's enough bass if the recording contains it. There's no unnatural EQing which some headphones have (hence the 'fake bass' that gives some headphones that kick in the lows).
Listening to voice (audiobooks, workshop videos) these produce a natural sound. With well produced music they shine. There's a few Spotify playlists that contain hundreds of selected 'well produced' tracks and they show the quality of these headhones.
These headphones won't blow your mind but they will satisfy, gently and naturally.
Nach einem Fehlkauf mit den Bose Ultra In Ear, welche ich innerhalb von zwei Wochen zurückgeschickt habe, habe ich mich für die SoundSport entschieden.
Noch kurz dazu, warum ich die Ultra zurückgeschickt habe:
Erstens: Durch einen Fehler meinerseits, habe ich leider die Apple- und nicht Androidkompatible Version der Kopfhörer gekauft. (Hätte mich nicht weiter gestört, da ich das Mikrofon und die Laut-Leiser Taste eh nie benutze und ich dann lieber die 20€ spare, die die Androidversion mehr kostet ;-), der nächste Grund ist aber ausschlaggebend)
Zweitens: Die Kabel, die zu den Kopfhörern führen sind grottenschlecht Isoliert und übertragen jede noch so kleine Berührung!
Also ab damit zurück Bose!
Geld zurück und nach neuen In Ears geschaut. Dabei bin ich dann bei diesen In Ears hängen geblieben, da ich bereits öfter in den Rezensionen gelesen habe, dass diese In Ears sogar eine bessere Qualität als die teurere Schwester in der Ultraausführung haben sollen. Also direkt Bestellt und dank Prime auch unverzüglich geliefert bekommen.
Der erste Test war natürlich direkt, ob diese Kopfhörer genau so die Geräusche übertragen wie die Ultra. Aber was soll ich sagen, der Test wurde mit Bravour bestanden! Wenn man jetzt nicht Permanent gegen das Kabel schnipst oder dran reibt, werden keine Geräusche übertragen, aber wer macht das auch?
Der Klang ist wie immer 1A. Etwas anderes kenne ich von Bose auch nicht. Ich bin kein Klangspezialist, aber wer gerne Rock, Pop oder auch Elektro oder House hört, ist mit diesen In Ears sehr gut bedient. Der Bass gefällt mir sehr gut, nicht zu Basslastig, aber auch nicht zu wenig. Für meine Ansprüche also optimal.
Das Tragegefühl ist auch sehr angenehm. Dies ist auch der Grund, warum ich mir immer wieder Bose-In Ears kaufen würde. Durch diese "speziellen" Aufsätze für die Ohren, welche sich an die Ohrmuschel anpassen, empfindet man die Kopfhörer auch beim langen tragen nicht als unangenehm. Andere Anbieter haben auch diese Aufsätze, aber die In Ears, die mir noch angeschaut habe, kosten dann auch gerne mal das doppelte bis hin zum dreifachen. Somit komme ich dann auch zum letzten Faktor.
Die Preisleistung stimmt hier ganz und gar. Super Klang, angenehmes Tragegefühl und eine beigelegte Tasche für die Kopfhörer. Zu der Tasche sollte man dazu sagen, dass diese auch genutzt werden soll. Bose wird für die minderwertige Verarbeitung an den Steckern kritisiert, wer aber seine Kopfhörer regelmäßig in die Hosentasche quetscht, sollte sich über den berühmten Kabelbruch auch nicht wundern oder beschweren. Mir ist das gleiche mit meinen alten Soundtrue in Ears passiert. Jeden Tag genutzt und schön zusammen geknüllt in die Hosentasche gesteckt. Mein Glück war, dass ich noch in der Garantiezeit war und sogar das Geld wieder bekommen habe, für Kopfhörer, die ich über ein Jahr genutzt habe. Ab jetzt werde ich mir also auch jeden Tag die 10 Sekunden Zeit nehmen und die In Ears ordentlich in der beigelegten Tasche verstauen.
Wer nun die Rezension komplett bis zum Schluss gelesen hat, Respekt :-)
Ich habe nichts an den In Ears auszusetzen
- Gibt es für mich nichts
Ich hoffe, ich konnte weiter helfen und dich deiner Entscheidung einen Schritt näher bringen ;-)
Original: Same issue as one or two others; with the bundled StayHear ear tips, you could still hear everything else going on around you in detail, and the audio from the earphones felt distant and not especially deep.
Buying a separate pair of StayHear Ultra tips especially completely changes the sound. Whilst they don't offer complete noise isolation – for me at least – it is noticeably reduced by a large amount. And the sound! Far, far better for me once the StayHear Ultra tips were fitted. Much happier now.
If Bose bundled the StayHear Ultra tips with these from the beginning, they'd be a 5-star product. As it stands, I'm giving them 4 for the inconvenience; if I'd not known about other people recommending the separate Ultra tips already, I'd probably have sent them back as defective.
Honestly, they are 5 star headphones and well worth the investment. I have never had headphones of any design where I could comfortable wear them for an extended period of time. These I have worn on a regular basis for 8-10 hours daily, with 0 irritation. The design is such that allows airflow into the ear, reducing any irritation that you may be familiar with from closed passive noise cancellation type buds or over-ears. This comes at a cost as external sound is also able to travel into your ear. This 'shortcoming' makes them perfect for any outdoor activities where you would want to remain aware of traffic or other sounds. In my case, absolutely perfect for the office where I can comfortably listen to whatever but be confident that I will hear when someone speaks to me.
In loud environments (I'm looking at you air travel!!) these are going to let you down. The external noise simply overpowers the headphone driver and you are either turning the volume up uncomfortably high or are not able to differentiate between headphone and external sound, effectively drowning out what you are listening to. ...but these were not designed for that environment, nor do they claim to be.
Where they lost stars (for me) was the post design. The plug/post is larger than perhaps necessary, and certainly too large for today's era of larger smartphones. When placing the phone, with headphones connected in your front pants pocket, the large post becomes an issue. Pressure when sitting puts strain on the cord. In my case, after about a year this caused (I am assuming) a microbreak in one of the wires internally, resulting in the volume/pause controls randomly firing. (As I walked the headphones would start/stop what I was listening to, or change the volume.)
Despite the above issue, I have never had headphones that I could wear so long comfortably, and had absolutely no concerns with purchasing another pair.