Bose jumps into true wireless with their SoundSport Free headphones

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Bose is a well-known premium audio brand and they’re not pricing these little babies cheaply.

True wireless headphones are making a larger splash on the scene as the tech continues to mature. Most everyone is familiar with Apple’s true wireless offering, the AirPods. We’ve also reviewed a few true wireless headphones in the past. Now Bose is jumping into the scene with their new SoundSport Free Wireless headphones. Bose is a well-known premium audio brand and they’re not pricing these little babies cheaply. You’ll have to shell out $250USD to stick these in your ears. That’s a substantial price difference from the competition. The Bose SoundSport Free headphones will be available October 22nd.

When it came to the tech inside these earbuds, we focused on every little detail—from tuning the circuits for improved sound to tweaking the antenna position for maximum Bluetooth® signal strength. The result? Headphones that play consistently and clearly whether your phone is in your hand, in your pocket, strapped to your arm or sitting on top of the treadmill … and there’s never a wire in sight.

These headphones have an unmatched combination of comfort and stability. That’s because we engineered the nozzle of our StayHear+ Sport tips to spread contact evenly around the inside of your ear, while the fin conforms naturally to the shape of the upper ridge of your ear. They won’t fall out, but they will stay comfortable. And you can focus on reaching new heights in your workouts.

A better athletic performance takes years of effort. The same is true with engineering the performance of headphones. And we’ve been working on it for decades. The volume-optimized EQ and Bose digital signal processing make music sound full and balanced at any volume. No matter how crowded the gym is, your workout playlist will keep you energized.

What do you think of the Bose SoundSport Free Wireless headphones? Let us know what you think in the comments below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

  Source: Bose
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