Product name: Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphone
The Best place to buy: Amazon
Warranty: 2 Year for $12.99
Hi guys, I’m Sujandar. Today I have an awesome review for you about the Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones. So, let’s roll that inch out and get right into it. It is the company’s first boys isolating in-ear headphones, don’t confuse noise isolating with noise cancellation.
Starting of the design of these headphones, you will see that around the actual earbud itself is a shark head design which is comfortable. It’s made up of a soft silicon material which you can fit it in your ear without an issue, it just pops right in your ears. This design is a lot of like the ear tips on a Jaybird’s X3 Sport Bluetooth headphones if you have seen those headphones, in the respect that they have never come out of my ear.
For the more, Bose has included small, medium and large ear tips to make sure a perfect tip in your ear. These headphones have an inline mic on the side and the traditional volume up and volume down and the play/pause button. These aren’t powered headphones however, what makes the SoundTrue Ultra different from Bose’s other headphones. Also, the tip is designed to fit snugly in the base of your ear canal and block out a lot of ambient noise. Now a lot of people don’t like having ear tips jammed in their ears which is why the SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear headphones have a looser fitting open design that lets some sound in have become so popular.
The key to its fit is the soft silicon state ear tip, which Bose calls stay here ultra for this model. These are not only the most comfortable in-ear noise isolating headphones you can buy it is also the Ultra tips which keep the buds securely in your ears. It’s a great design, and you should be able to wear these headphones for long stretches with little to no discomfort. It also helps that the buds themselves are lightweight, they are plastic which may leave you wondering why they cost $129.00 but they are made of high-tech plastic if that’s any consolation.
The headphones come in black or white and in two flavors one with the remote that’s designed to be used with the Android phones and another that’s compatible with Apple iOS devices.
The headphone works well for making calls, and you can hear people better in noisy environments. Thanks to the noise isolation. It also comes with a nicely designed compact carrying case. As for the sound, the Ultra is an even-handed very clean sounding headphone that’s designed to make all music sound good. The bass may be a little lean for some who craved that extra hump to their low-end, but it was punchy enough for me. The trouble was smooth, and the mid-range was clear and warm without being too laid back.
I didn’t have any problem with the volume level, but some people have complained about it not being high enough. The ultras top bottom is about 10 to 20 percent lower than a lot of in-ear headphones on the market. I believe it is because that on the purpose to keep people from damaging their ears but if your hearing is a little short these may very well not play quite loud enough for you. Anyway, I like the altars a lot for both their comfort and their sound.
They are a little expensive for at $129. If you are looking for a clean sounding pair of really comfortable in-eat noise isolating headphones that really stay in your ears, then the Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones should be in your shortlist.
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The mic sounds good given you’re in a quieter environment but it’s not that great. I made a comparison using this headphone with my all other headphones and I can conclude that the mic is good for let’s say conference calls or just taking quick call or something like that. The buttons work just as expected but do note that you will need to get the android variant of the headphones if you want to use that on an Android phone and the iPhone variant or the iOS variant if you want to use it on an iPhone.
I think this is a very reasonable price for what you get. Most importantly how these headphones will sound. Bose claims that these headphones come with the Triport technology which is supposed to make natural sounds sound great without boosting any frequencies. The audio is very clean and clear without any type of equalization or boost and the sound is amazing.
The reproduction is phenomenal with almost any type of music especially for only $129. Well the more the closed design these headphones keep all the sound in which Bose used to have problems with when they first implanted the Triport technology almost ten years ago but now it is more developed.
I think that these headphones are a great addition to anyone’s earbud collection. The best think about this headphone to me is their versatility. My friend can be on a conference call on his desk and without any equalization or changes to go for a run within seconds. Basically, they stay in my ears while doing any exercise and sound great in almost any environment.
I think these headphones strike a perfect balance and not only the price range but the actual features that they offer because if I’m on a call or I’m going on a run or I’m just listening to music I don’t always want noise cancellation and I don’t want to worry about batteries and that’s why when someone asked me what headphone should I buy for $100 I’m going to tell them to get the Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones because they’re perfect for the average consumer they come with a Bose name so, I would recommend it for the average consumer to get these headphones if you are looking for some amazing earbuds that will stain your ears and work in almost any occasion.
I really enjoyed reviewing these headphones today and I want you to let me know if you enjoyed this review and what you thought about it if you have any feedback about the review. Thank you so much for reading this review, I hope you gained something from this.