SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones II. Better sound. Better technology. A better wireless experience.
Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless II – White
Wireless freedom. Uncompromised performance.
Music makes you feel free. Wires shouldn’t get in the way of that. SoundLink® wireless headphones are engineered for exceptional sound, which stays consistent at any volume thanks to a combination of exclusive technologies. With clear calls in any environment, durable materials and a comfortable fit, you can experience wireless freedom. And uncompromised performance.
Nothing between you and your music
If you didn’t think wireless headphones could sound as good as wired, wait until you hear ours. Get deep, immersive sound and seamlessly switch between two Bluetooth® devices without missing a beat of your music—and multi-function controls on the right earcup mean you don’t have to reach for your device to change volume or tracks. And for NFC-enabled phones, just tap the device to the side of the right earcup for quick and easy pairing.* These are headphones engineered to deliver a better wireless experience—because nothing should come between you and your music.
* The NFC function in iPhone 6/6 Plus or 7/7 Plus only enables Apple Pay functionality. It doesn’t facilitate pairing. Please use pairing instructions for phones that are not NFC enabled.
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Exclusive technologies deliver
A better wireless experience starts with what you hear. With a combination of TriPort technology and Active EQ, SoundLink® wireless headphones deliver crisp, powerful sound at any volume.
Listening hands-free at work? Get consistent performance at lower volumes.
Turning it up for your commute? Your music gets deep, immersive sound when you want it loud.
Crystal clear calls
When you’re listening all day, chances are you’ll have to take a call. These are designed to optimise communication at both ends. An advanced mic system with HD Voice provides clarity even when it’s windy, while controls on the earcup let you take/end calls without reaching for your device. And with enhanced sidetone, you’ll sound as natural as if you weren’t wearing headphones.
The Bose Connect app gives you easy access to everything your product has to offer. Get tips, unlock product features and personalize your settings, so you can spend more time enjoying the music instead of setting it up.
Whether you’re in an airport or a library, you can also choose just how much you want to hear (or don’t) by adjusting the levels of noise cancellation. And remember, sharing is caring. You can connect two wireless Bose headphones, so you and your friend can listen to the same thing at the same time. Hope you have a good playlist lined up.
When you want to take your music anywhere, you need headphones built to keep up. With impact-resistant materials, glass-filled nylon and corrosion-resistant stainless steel, these are engineered to survive life on the go.
Their superior comfort means they’re built for all-day listening, too. The continuous headband design features a micro suede Alcantara® cushion that evenly distributes weight and enhances stability. The soft-cushion earcups provide a comfortable around-ear fit.
- Headphones:19.1cm H x 15.2cm W x 3.8cm D (200 g)
- Ear cushion:9.6 cm H x 7.4 cm W
- Wireless range up to 9 m (30 ft)
- Charging time: 3 hours’ full charge = 15 hours’ play time (15-minute quick charge = 2 hours’ play time)
In the box
- SoundLink® around-ear wireless headphones II
- USB charging cable
- Back-up audio cable
- Carry case
Bose® SoundLink® around-ear wireless headphones II are compatible with other Bluetooth® devices that use Bluetooth® 2.1 (or later) specifications that support the Bluetooth® A2DP, hands-free and headset profiles.
Yes, they can maintain a connection to two Bluetooth® devices at the same time by using multipoint technology.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a short-range wireless technology that enables two NFC-enabled devices to communicate when they are placed in close proximity, typically less than 10 cm (4 in). When an NFC-enabled device, such as a smartphone, is placed near the right earcup of the headphones, it pairs them to the device via Bluetooth®. Placing the device near the earcup a second time will unpair the headphones.
For NFC-enabled phones, simply turn on the headphones by sliding the three-position power switch to the middle position. Then tap the back side of your phone on the front of the right earcup where you see the embossed NFC logo, and follow the prompt to accept a connection. If you don’t have an NFC-enabled phone, first, make sure that the headphones are turned on by sliding the power switch to the middle position. Next, press the power switch to the Bluetooth icon until the Bluetooth LED flashes blue or the voice-enhanced user interface gives you additional directions. Now, follow the directions within the smartphone’s Bluetooth menu to connect the headphones. The NFC function in iPhone 6/6 Plus or 7/7 Plus only enables Apple pay functionality. It doesn’t facilitate pairing. Please use pairing instructions for phones that are not NFC enabled.
No. Many TVs do not have wireless Bluetooth® functionality. Although a transmitter will technically work, the experience does not meet Bose® expectations. There will be a distracting delay between the audio and video that detracts from the experience.
Yes. If the source being used for VoIP is Bluetooth® technology enabled with the hands-free profile, Bose® Soundlink® Around-ear wireless headphones II can be used for your calls.
The audio cable lets you listen to Bose® Soundlink® Around-ear wireless headphones II with non-Bluetooth® devices (MP3, CD and DVD players, PCs), in circumstances when a Bluetooth® connection is not available or the headphones’ battery is depleted. Note that the audio will sound different because the headphones won’t have the power electronics that implement the Active EQ built into the wireless control module.
No. Most gaming consoles do not use the same Bluetooth® protocols as Soundlink® headphones. A2DP is necessary for audio with the headphones, so they would only work for communications, not game audio. In general, the audio/video delay will be excessive and most noticeable in games where action and audio are supposed to be synchronised. Players of casual games with sound effects may not have an issue.