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Bose FreeStyle - Auriculares in-ear, azul índigo

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Información de producto

Detalles técnicos
MarcaBose
Modelo625946-0020
Nombre del modeloFreeStyle
Año de fabricación2014
Peso del producto18 g
Dimensiones del producto114,9 x 15,2 x 19 cm
Número de modelo del producto625946-0020
Número de producto625946-0020
Otras característicascon_micrófono, control_remoto_integrado, compatible Apple iPhone/iPod
Componentes incluidosFunda de transporte
Pantalla a colorNo
Tipo de salida de audio3.5mm
Conectividad del altavozcon cable
Factor de forma de los auricularesIn-Ear
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Descripción de la interfaz de redAlámbrico
Número de canales de salida del altavoz1
Tipo de conector3.5 mm
Incluye batería recargableNo
Incluye mandoNo
  
Información adicional
ASINB00ISIG690
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Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en Amazon.es desde31 de marzo de 2014
  
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Almohadillas para oidos: Si
Audifonos: Intraaural
Color del producto: Indigo
Funda de transporte: Si
Peso: 18 g
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas
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Color: Azul índigo
Suenan bien, la verdad. Pero tengo unos sennheiser mucho más económicos, que me gustan más en cuanto a sonido. En cuanto a diseño, sin duda que bose se luce más. Pero el sonido me decepcionó, quizá por las altas expectativas puestas en ellos
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Color: Azul hielo Compra verificada
Agarre perfecto y sonido espectacular. La sensación inicial fué extraña pero luego te acostumbras. Es de los mejores que he probado.
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Por Owen en 14 de noviembre de 2014
Color: Azul hielo Compra verificada
Good quality sound. Comfortable. Very stylish, great design and in beautiful bright colours. A little pricey but worth the money.
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Amazon.com: 4.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2.302 opiniones
422 de 451 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A much needed improvement over the SIE2i earbuds 23 de abril de 2014
Por ThisIsNot - Publicado en Amazon.com
Color: Azul hielo
I had a pair of Bose SIE2i earbuds and the Freestyle Earbuds are essentially the same thing, just in a different package that has been vastly improved. The Freestyle earbuds rely on the same Triport drivers as the SIE2, SIE2i, MIE2, and MIE2i earbuds so they have the exact same sound quality. People who enjoyed those previous four models will continue to enjoy these. The bass isn't blown out and almost equal attention is given to the lows, mids, and highs. I say "almost" as more attention is given to the highs compared to the mids but it's still more balanced than previous Bose entries (i.e. before the previous four models). These use the same StayHear tips as all the other IE2 earbuds which I have always found to be extremely comfortable. I can wear these earbuds all day without any physical issues and they don't fall out. My biggest issue with most earbuds, especially the ones that have to create a seal with your ear canal, is that they never stay in. They always end up popping out after 10-30 minutes of listening. I also don't like those types of earbuds try to completely seal out surrounding noise. It makes me uncomfortable walking or being in the gym without hearing some of my surroundings. These, just like all the other IE2 earbuds from Bose, let in just the right amount of ambient noise. All-in-all, these continue to be the most comfortable earbuds I have ever worn and that's in comparison to a bunch of different models from Sony, Beats (like the Tour 2.0's), Apple, and Skullcandy.

The design improvements are found in a couple of different areas. First, I always thought the cable length for the MIE2 and MIE2i earbuds was just about right but the SIE2 and SIE2i had cords that were way too short. They came with extenders but that made the entire cable length way too long. I would always get my knee looped into the cord when exercising but, without the extender, I could only use my iPod shuffle so that I could clip it higher up on my shirt instead of my phone in my pocket. The cable length for the Freestyle earbuds is just right. It's long enough so I can use my iPhone in my pocket, my notebook sitting on my lap or on a desk in front of me, my iPad at about arm's length, or my iPod shuffle clipped up on my shirt.

The second improvement is with the placement of the in-line controller. The SIE2i earbuds put their controller where the left and right earbud wires met. It would always flip around on me so I would have to look down to use the controls, that defeats part of the purpose in using in-line controls. I should be able to blindly use the controls so that I can keep my eyes on my walking path or whatever else I'm doing. I can easily do that with the Freestyle's as their controller has been moved to the wire for the right earbud. I am right-handed but I can easily find the controller and use it without looking down. Even if I do look down, I can't actually see the controller. My left-handed fiance isn't reporting any issues finding the controller with her Freestyle earbuds either.

Lastly, Bose made the Freestyle earbuds sweat and weather resistant just like the SIE2 and SIE2i models. So you can use them when working out without worrying about sweat or other moisture ruining them, that was a common issue with the MIE2 and MIE2i earbuds.

I'm more of a fan of the color styles implemented with the SIE2/SIE2i earbuds than the two Freestyle models. The Freestyles will definitely stand out from the standard black or white headphone crowd, that's for sure. I prefer the graphite and blue SIE2i earbuds, in terms of looks, over these. The Freestyles are a little loud for my taste. However, their design is more refined than the SIE2i models. The Freestyles also come with a matching earbud case and not an armband that fits only one phone (either an iPhone 4 or iPhone 5). The design improvements, inclusion of a usable case, the continued use of a sweat and weather resistant design, and a $20 lower price makes these a much better purchase. They cost the same as the MIE2i earbuds, are $30 more than the standard IE2 earbuds (and well worth the extra cost), and $20 less than the SIE2i ($20 more than the SIE2 models). The Freestyles are pretty much in the middle of Bose's earbud price tier and they are worth it. Anyone looking for a nice pair of earbuds to use while exercising should definitely consider these as with anyone looking for a nice set of earbuds. They are extremely comfortable, water resistant, and feature an improved design while carrying over solid audio quality.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great sound... until they break in 6 months 28 de julio de 2015
Por Patrick - Publicado en Amazon.com
Color: Azul hielo Compra verificada
Great sound quality. Broke withing 6 months. Don't see an option to return these :(

The headphone connector stopped working after 6 months. I now need to constantly wiggle these around to found the 'sweet spot' which allows sound through to both ears. Really annoying - these are/were my go-to running headphones but the connector at the end seems to be a product defect per other one star reviews. Very suprising that these can't be sent back for replacement. If this was in the EU, this will be an automatic defect for $130 headphones.

Get used to being super frustrated with the end connector.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If it Ain't Broke Don't Fix It... 28 de abril de 2015
Por Chris - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: UniversalColor: Negro Compra verificada
I bought these to replace the now discontinued Bose MIE2 in-ear headphone's and expected the sound quality to be similar if not better than the older model. Despite what some reviews say, these headphones do not produce anything near the same sound or sound quality as their predecessors. The MIE2's sound was rich and struck the perfect balance between treble and bass. Acoustics were crisp and beautiful and bass was good, but not over powering like many other headphones on the market like Beats. With the SoundTrue headphones, the sound comes off as hollow and the volume never gets as high as the MIE2's. Songs that once blew me away were now suddenly underwhelming with the SoundTrue's. These are NOT noise canceling headphones, but nevertheless these headphones seem to invite background noise whereas the MIE2's did a great job in blocking out some of that unwanted background noise.

I consider myself to be an audiophile and own a number of Bose products and have been extremely satisfied with their products. With that said, these new SoundTrue in-ear headphones are a major disappointment and Bose should be ashamed. Maybe they were trying to go for mass market appeal by altering the sound? I'm not sure, but I just can't understand why they changed the sound delivery in these headphones. It's a shame because I like the new styles, but I'm going to return and try to pick up a refurbished pair of MIE2's somewhere.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Stay in your ear, decent quality sound. Mic not working 26 de diciembre de 2014
Por Rajibaba - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: UniversalColor: Blanco Compra verificada
EDIT: Lost my first pair without the inline mic, so I bought this again, with the inline mic for iOS. Unfortunately, the mic DOES NOT WORK. Right out of the box, the mic is not functioning on my iphone6. I tried the apple buds, and the mic worked on those, so I know this is an issue with the Bose headphones specifically, and not with my iPhone. Pretty disappointed.

These headphones hold a special place in my heart. I have the kind of ears that in-ear headphones do not stay in. Even with minor jostling from turning my head or slowly walking and headphones would come flying out of my ears. Over the ear headphones are just not a comfortable option for getting your sweat on in the gym or on a run, so I've been desperate to find in-ears that actually stay in. I tried some skull candy's that wrap around the ear and those were fine, though the wrap around would get uncomfortable after 30-40 minutes. Then I tried Yurbuds, and thought I was really on to something. Your buds are in-ears with little attachments that enter into your ear-hole and were actually pretty great at staying in my ear on trail runs and at the gym. The problem was that after a few months, they attachment would get loose with all the sweat/wax that normal wear had exposed them to and eventually I would lose them and be left with normal in-ear headphones again that fall out.

These Bose headphones stay put! the attachment technology is great. And the sound quality is amazing (bass comes through nicely, volume goes very high without distortion, making them great for planes as well), just as Bose products are known to have. They also have a little blue slider that makes tangled headphones virtually a non-issue. Been using these for 3-4 months (at least 5 hours per day, at least 3-4 hours of getting sweaty per week) and no issues.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not for distance runners 2 de marzo de 2016
Por ProductGuy - Publicado en Amazon.com
Color: Azul índigo Compra verificada
These are the second pair of headphones that I because the first pair did not hold up for longer than 12 months and I wanted to give it a second chance because I really like the Bose brand. I run a lot and I need some type of music to keep me going during training and for a while these were the go to for me. The headphones worked great at first but over time they started to come apart at the connections. I used these to train for my ironman and they were great sound and they stayed in my ears. Overtime as the rubber coating over the wires started coming apart the music started cutting in and out driving me crazy. I was very disappointed because I paid 150 dollars, I really liked them and now I am stuck on the market again looking for other brands that might be able to hold up to the training I have to do for ironmans and marathons.


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