This post is brought to you by Bose. All content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Being stuck at home has got me trying new things to keep busy and entertained. Most recently, I have become addicted to podcasts. From morning to night, I find myself binging on various podcasts my friends have recommended to me. I can’t be the only one, right?
Because of my new unearthed love, I’ve found myself researching for a new pair of wireless headphones. Bose has always been one of my favorite headphone manufactures, but I haven’t been in the market for a new pair for quite some time, so I wasn’t sure what they had to offer. Recently, Bose sent me their new Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 for review, and I’m so glad they did.
Here are the details:
Bose AR was designed to enhance the way you experience everyday activities like exercise, travel, learning, and more by augmenting the world around you with content for your ears instead of your eyes. Bose AR products are developed with motion sensors inside that will detect head and body orientation while you wear them. This technology works alongside Bose AR-enhanced apps that can use the data to offer you audio content tailored to where you are and what you’re doing.
Learn more about Bose AR and compatible headphones here.
11 Levels of Noise Cancellation
Bose has always been known for its incredible noise-canceling headphones. My first purchase from Bose was a pair of their QuietComfort, and boy were they game-changers.
With Bose Headphones 700, they have kicked it up a notch by allowing you to personalize your environment with 11 levels of noise cancellation. This feature is exceptional, especially for those with sensitive ears. I know that when I tried my first pair of noise-canceling headphones, I was put off by how it made me feel. It made me feel off-balance until I got acquainted with them. Bose Headphones 700 allows you to increase or decrease your noise cancellation levels depending on your personal preference.
Equalizer at your fingertips
Are you a control freak or go with the flow kind of person? Either way, the Bose Headphones 700 are for you.
If you choose not to adjust any settings, the audio EQ will effortlessly adjust the base, midrange, and treble of whatever you might be listening to and make it sound great. If you are of the former, and like a lot more control, you can simply open up the Bose Music app and choose the “Equalizer” settings to manual play with the audio levels yourself.
Four Colors to choose from
The Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 come in three standard colorways: Black, Soapstone, and Luxe Silver, as well as a limited color called Eclipse (low stock). Eclipse is a special bundle package that costs a little extra but worth it if you love the colorway and additional gear. I’m currently rocking the classic black color and loving how sleek they look.
What’s in the box?
- Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
- Audio cable
- USB-C charging cable
- Carrying case
- Quick start guide