Originally Posted by mark2410
erm multiple people have responded and you have remained adamant that you wish to use only one particular companys products. you even point out exactly what you want but oh no not made by bose so no good.
also i wasnt mocking your question. you seem wedded to the brand even thought they dont make what you want so why not ask them?
I didn't think it mattered why I wanted to use Bose so badly, but I guess I will explain further.
There are only a few semi-decent bluetooth in-ear headphones on the market. Even fewer are compatible with all devices. Most of them have questionable sound quality and comfort and are styled in a manner most unpleasing to me. My Bose in-ears are, I KNOW, very comfortable and have great sound quality. So in other words, if I could make bluetooth headphones exactly how I wanted them, they would be exactly what I want, and that would be nice. And the headphones that are exactly what I want are only compatible with Sony products.
If I could graft another system into mine, it would be worth it if I only had to spend something like 20 bucks more instead of 75 ish in order to get something that is high quality enough for my standards. I haven't tried a lot of other manufacturers, but I have tried Apple's (of course); Skullcandy in ear and around ear; Sony in ear, around ear, and noise canceling around ear; and Bose in ear and around ear. From my experiences, I like the Bose best for it's quality and comfort. The around are were awesome, but the in ear are more practical $$. The Sony MDR XB20EX were pretty nice, but not very comfortable for me and I didn't like the sound quality quite as much as the Bose. Based on this, is there anything you recommend?
Edited by Sharpie357 - 10/12/11 at 4:22pm