Bose SoundLink Revolve and Revolve+ Review Singapore

Bose’s SoundLink series has arguably some of the most iconic portable wireless speakers around. The SoundLink Mini and SoundLink Mobile were two of the best selling portable speakers for Bose and there were several minor updates to the series with the SoundLink Color and SoundLink Color Speaker II. Therefore, the new Revolve and Revolve+ marks the first major update for the company’s SoundLink series in years. Bose SoundLink Revolve  Unlike the traditional front-facing driver design that we are used to seeing from Bose, the SoundLink Revolve and Revolve+ has adopted a one-driver, dual-passive…

Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones Review

When Bose announced it was releasing its new series of wireless headphones, I was genuinely excited. While I really enjoyed the audio (and noise cancellation) on the Bose QuietComfort 35, a wireless in-ear sports earphones was something i would use more when working out in the gym or running outdoors. Along with the QC35, I had the chance to try out the SoundSport wireless headphones. And if you lead an active lifestyle and is looking for something with rich powerful bass, you should definitely read on. Right out of the…

Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones Review

When it comes to noise canceling headphones, it’s hard to find a brand as iconic as Bose’s QuietComfort series. Take a look around the plane during your next flight and chances are most people with headphones on will be using a pair of Bose QuietComfort. I reviewed the Bose QC25 previously and was really impressed at how effective the noise canceling was (despite the relatively weak audio performance).  And in this era of mobile connected devices, it only seemed logical for the company to follow up with a wireless successor…

Bose’s new QuietComfort 35 has wireless ANC you can boast about

One of the best active noise-cancelling headphones I have tried – the Bose QuietComfort 25 just got a wireless upgrade! Available in black and silver, the new QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones have everything you love from the QC 25 with Bluetooth wireless convenience and exceptional battery life of up to 20 hours. With its dual built-in microphone and processor, Bose QC 35 is able to accurately cancel out the surrounding ambient noise so that you will hear only your music. Retailing at US$349.95 (S$475), the Bose QuietComfort is available now…

Bose QuietComfort 25 Review

It’s interesting to see how Bose evolved from a high-end home theatre system manufacturer to a more mass consumer centric one. But if you’re expecting the company to make its line of QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones more affordable like the recent SoundLink Color, you will be in for a disappointment. Just like the other QuietComforts, the QC25 is targeted mainly at the frequent travellers. The included carry case allows you to carry the QC25 around with compartments for a spare AAA battery and airplane adapter. The case feels great and would…