The Bose 700 review is about an elegant pair of wireless headphones with a closed-back design. It needs to be noticed that they are over-ear.
There are several ways to control the device. One of them is voice control that lets you use Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Siri. Also, Bose 700 has app control.
One of the Bose 700 specs you have to know is that they support Bluetooth 5.0. They have a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 20 hours which is an average figure for a wireless device. Keep in mind that you have to charge these headphones for 2.5 hours. For this, you get a charging cable USB-C to USB-A since Bose has a USB-C port. It is worth mentioning that the speed charge is available. Plus, the appliance has a free-battery listening mode.
The headphones produce well-balanced audio with a punch in the low end for a fully rounded sound and clarity in the highs to make tracks sparkle. Overall, they are precise, delivering a wide soundstage, with balanced highs, mids, and lows.
With the considered device you can listen to music not only at home but also while traveling or commuting since they have excellent noise-canceling. In addition, the user can adjust its level on a scale from 1 to 10.
You get this appliance with a 120 cm/4 ft detachable cable. Bose 700 has a 3.5 mm jack.
These headphones have a pretty comfortable adjustable headband. The built-in microphone allows using Bose 700 for making phone calls. Moreover, the appliance has built-in buttons for control.
When the battery is low, you will be warned by a blinking light. Although the headphones are compact and come with a carry case, they do not fold. Speaking of their weight, the device has 255 g/8.96 oz.