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Review on Bose QuietComfort Earbuds Wireless Headphones, stone blue by Gabriela Werbliska ᠌

The perfect purchase for me, exactly what I was looking for!

Being a member of the audiophile caste, I have used a variety of full-size headphones in addition to TVS headphones in the past. Equalizer use is considered to be the worst possible offense for a true audiophile. Yet, in all honesty, I do feel that it is acceptable to make little (!) adjustments and that doing so improves the sound of particular headphones, particularly if they require it. I do not support making use of the equalizer in its entire mode, particularly in the mid-range or when all frequencies are equalized. It has no effect on the music whatsoever, and the timbres of the instruments lose their color as a result of this tragically pointless story. But, slight adjustments to the bass and even fewer adjustments to the treble are permissible. This holds true for Bose as well. If you intend to listen to not only classical music but also modern music from the 1950s and later, then the equalization on the headphones will need only a minor adjustment in order to accommodate this type of music. If you are using a system Android 5-band equalizer, reduce the volume of the 60 Hz band by 4 dB, the 230 Hz band by 1 dB, and the 14 kHz band by 1 dB. And you will achieve the ideal sound, which is described further down. There is not even one frequency response that is alive, guy! In addition to it, there are a great deal of additional qualities that are associated with sounds. I have no qualms about using this word, because all of them in Bose are excellent! A surprise finding was that there were no lingering resonance phenomena associated with the rapid rise and decrease of the sound level. Do you require ultra-fast bass that is also tight and capable of going low? It is shown in all of its splendor here. Do you have an appreciation for the mid-range and higher? There is not a single element that could be improved upon, including the full and unrestrained tone of the singing. You will understand what I mean when you turn on the solo piano or the violin part in the orchestra. Then you will say to yourself, "believe!" like a famous director would. Excellent preservation of the original timbres of the instruments. Bose is the company that will tell you "you are welcome" if you want to go into space with your equipment. Are there any high-definition recordings of jazz? I beg of you, sir! Rock? Post-rock? In general, this is their element, and it's possible that they deal with rock better than anyone else (after the classics). I made a sincere effort to pay attention to at least some of the omissions and deficiencies. But I couldn't, bravo Bose! This model has taken the lead in the top tws class and is the new leader.

Pros & cons

  • The most beautiful tone I've ever been exposed to (started with cheap edifire, then senkh 2 tvs, then anchor liberty pro 2). Bose has developed the ideal headphones for playing classical music, which is widely regarded as the genre that places the most demand on acoustic systems. This is the methodology used by the traditional European school of music when developing procedures for performing musical works. Sadly, this is not a solution that can be used everywhere because it does not yet exist (it is enough to read the article about frequency response on dx). When someone describes a pair of headphones as audiophile, they are referring to precisely this method. The frequency response of the headphones will be very close to that of a straight line as a result of this method; nevertheless, this does not imply that the headphones will have a neutral sound. On the other hand, both the lows and the highs are brought up somewhat, creating what is referred to as a "V-shaped sound." This, in turn, is ironically the sound that works best for classics since there is not an abundance of bass, and the highs do not go into ultra-sound. The problem is that the average modern individual does not listen to classics but instead listens to other types of music, which, because they were created in the present era, are filled with a lot of bass and highs. It turns out that we ourselves listen to V-shaped music, which is superimposed on the V-shaped nature of the headphones, and it turns out the bass and treble busts. Is listening to music with headphones a sin? Hardly. These televisions are not intended for the typical viewer.
  • It's possible that the lone inquiry pertains to the setting. In contrast to many other tws, it can be heard very well here; nonetheless, there are certain pieces in which the instruments are not placed as we would like them to be or as they are heard when using headphones of the appropriate size. While taking into account the form aspect, a detail of this insignificance can be overlooked. ate: Saxophones don't have much body, therefore they don't sound very dominant. The highest volume results in the best sound quality, which is acceptable but may not always be comfortable for the listener (if you protect your hearing). When the volume is turned down, the range of reproducible amplitudes also gets smaller.