What’s in the new Bose SoundSport line of headphones?
There’s been a lot of hype surrounding the SoundSport X2, a new line of Bose headphones.
With the company’s new $400 headphone, Bose aims to bring the sound quality of its popular line of music headphones into a wider audience.
But how exactly does the new line stack up?
Read moreThe new SoundSport lineup has a few distinct elements, and we’ve rounded up some of the best reviews to put them in context.
We’re going to dive right into each of these headphones and give you an idea of what makes them tick.
In the first, we’ll talk about the sound of the Sound Sport X2.
While it’s clear from the first photo that the SoundSport X2 has a lot more bass than previous models, the audio on this one is definitely not the biggest you’ll find in a music headphone.
It’s definitely a good-sounding headphone, but it’s not as bass-heavy as some of its competitors.
You can definitely hear some bass, but not as much as you might expect from a pair of headphones.
It’s not a bad thing for headphones that have a lot bass.
However, for those with a bit of treble to them, it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish the treble on certain tracks, and that can make the bass sound somewhat dull.
If you’re not used to headphones with much bass, the bass on the Soundsport X1 may seem like a little less bass-filled than the bass in the SoundSports X2 when compared to other headphones.
In this case, though, the SoundSense X2 really shines.
Its bass is so well balanced that it actually adds a bit more bass to a pair when compared with the previous model.
The sound of this new pair of BOSE headphones is more balanced, but still sounds more like a Bose product than any other headphone in the lineup.
The SoundSense Z2 also offers a similar level of bass to the SoundSound X2 for less money, but you won’t hear as much treble when listening to it.
Finally, the X2 comes with the same set of built-in earbuds as its predecessors.
These earbud models have a larger profile, so you’ll be able to get a more consistent fit and feel.
This is a good thing, because they’re easier to put on and take off than some other headphones we’ve tried.
They’re also much more comfortable to wear.
This is a BOSE headphone, so it will sound good.
It won’t have a massive bass punch, but Bose’s headphones do have an overall nice sound.
We really liked the sound in this particular pair of the X1, but the bass can be a bit dull when compared against some of these other headphones in the line.
If your ears are sensitive to bass, you’ll probably want to consider another pair.
The next headphone in this line is the Sound Sound Pro.
It has a similar profile as the Sound Sensors X2 and the Sound Sense X2 above, but these earbods are a bit smaller than the SoundPro and the X-S1, making it a little harder to put these on and get a good fit.
If this is the kind of bass you want from your headphones, you can probably get by without these earphones.
If you want to have a more immersive listening experience, you should look at the Sound Pro 2.
This new model is also slightly smaller than its predecessor, but there are also new earbuddies in this one, making this a great pair of cans.
The Sound Sound Plus is the next Bose headphone we’re going over.
It uses the same speaker grills as the other SoundSport models, but instead of a larger driver for the sound, it uses a much smaller driver for a much louder sound.
While you’re still getting that great bass punch from the SoundSmart 2, this headphone also delivers a bit less bass than the earlier models, so the bass isn’t as prominent.
If the bass is what you’re looking for, you might want to look at another pair of earboots.
The final headphone we’ll look at is the new SoundSound Pro 2 Plus.
Like the previous two, this new model uses a larger drivers for a louder sound and has a slightly longer cable.
You’ll still get a lot less bass from the original SoundSound, but this new version is much more balanced and you’ll still have a great listening experience.
The bass is still there, but we don’t hear any treble at all.
If that’s something you’re sensitive to, this is your best bet for bass-packed headphones.
If the bass and treble are your thing, you may want to pick up the SoundSonics X3, SoundSound Plus, SoundSonic S, SoundSonic A, SoundSticks, Sound SoundStar and SoundStar X. These headphones have different earbuzzers