Bose is known for making some of the best headphones and earphones in the business. But what you may not know is how different each pair is, which is why we’re here to help.


The audio giant offers distinctive products that are among the best in their class. So what do they all have in common? Each earbud has a solid build quality and the manufacturer’s signature understated design. The audio performance of all Bose headphones is also impressive. Unlike many competitors who hide their sonic shortcomings behind powerful bass, Bose headphones provide a great experience across the tonal range.

When it comes to additional accessories, every Bose headset comes with a carrying case, so you don’t have to worry about storage. Internal models come with replaceable ear tips for an optimal fit, while wireless headphones come with an audio cable for times when the battery runs out.

Check out the best Bose headphones on the market today, from exciting new products to proven products from the brand.

Noise-canceling headphones 700

The Bose 700 noise-canceling headphones are the most comprehensive to date from the audio giant. They have an impressively stylish design, impeccable ergonomics, and a battery life of up to 20 hours between charges.

Compared to its predecessors (the QuietComfort 35 Series 2), the 700 has superior noise canceling capabilities (there are 11 levels to choose from!), As well as a much-improved microphone setup. The latter offers exceptional audio performance during calls, a feature that many other review sites have also been acclaimed for.

Other highlights of the Headphones 700 include convenient touch controls, a USB-C connector for charging, and compatibility with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant. The headphones are available in black, silver, arctic white, and navy blue.

Bose QuietComfort noise-canceling headphones

The recently released Bose QuietComfort noise-canceling headphones are the best yet from the audio giant, as well as the new gold standard in the product category. The headphones have the same ability to suppress ambient noise as the 700 headphones with noise canceling, premium sound, and exceptional performance during calls.

Available in triple black and soapstone, the QuietComfort headphones have an IPX4 rating for water resistance and a comfortable fit with convenient touch controls. Users can customize the latter with the Bose Music mobile app.

The headphones can provide up to 6 hours of wireless playtime between charges, and the USB-C case can accommodate two additional full charges. We like that the accessory also supports wireless charging.

Bose Sport wireless headphones

The Bose Sport wireless earbuds are, as the name suggests, the brand’s first choice for training, replacing the venerable SoundSport Free earphones. They have a lightweight construction with an IPX4 rating for water resistance, a snug fit, and powerful sound with an improved low end. Experts agree that the best features of the buds are their fit and sound, which puts them above the rest.

You can expect up to 5 hours of battery life from the Bose Sport between charges, and the included battery case provides an additional 10 hours of wireless sound. Users can also connect the SoundSport Wireless to a mobile app and customize its controls.

Compared to the more expensive Bose QuietComfort wireless earbuds, the Bose Sport lacks noise-canceling technology and a case that is compatible with wireless charging. The battery life is also a bit shorter.

Bose offers the buds in Triple Black, Glacier White with neon green and Baltic blue accents.

Bose Frames Tenor Audio sunglasses

Announced alongside QuietComfort and Sport wireless headphones, the latest Bose Frames Audio sunglasses bring several welcome improvements over last year’s captivating first generation. They include standard polarized lenses, enhanced sound, battery life of 5.5 hours (up to 3.5 hours in the original), and a USB-C connector for charging.

Using the audio manufacturer’s proprietary Open Ear Audio technology, Frames enable users to enjoy quality sound discreetly and be aware of their surroundings. Frames are also a great tool for calling, thanks to Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity and high-quality microphones.

Bose offers new frames in three styles. In addition to the Tenor, buyers can opt for an even more avant-garde Frames Soprano model. And then there are the Tempo Frames to practice. They have larger lenses, a more secure fit with a higher water resistance rating, and much longer battery life (up to 8 hours).

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series 2 gaming headset

By adding a detachable boom mic and brass accents to the legendary QuietComfort 35 Series 2 noise-canceling headphones, Bose created one of the coolest gaming headphones of 2020. These cans are designed with long gaming sessions in mind. immediate contender for the most comfortable in its product category.

The headphones are designed to operate in wired mode. They have a desktop controller that allows gamers to effortlessly control the audio experience. Best of all, when not gaming, Series 2 can be used as a wireless noise-canceling headset with entertaining, well-balanced sound.

Gamers can expect up to 40 hours of distraction-free audio from the QuietComfort 35 Series 2 between charges. In wireless mode, the headphones can deliver up to 20 hours of melodies.



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