Why Bose’s bluetooth speakers are so bad
This is the second article in a two-part series on the Bluetooth speaker industry.
Read part one here.
Read Part One: The Problem With Bluetooth Speaker ReviewsRead Part Two: Why Bous’ Bluetooth speakers are So BadThe bluetooth audio quality and audio performance of these speaker systems can be surprisingly poor, according to consumer reviews.
But what makes this so bad is that many consumers are using these systems to listen to their own music, rather than for entertainment.
Bluetooth speakers may sound good on the surface, but what happens when the speakers are listening to their music?
The answer is surprisingly simple: they lose their audio quality.
Here are some of the common complaints from consumers about their Bose Bluetooth speakers.1.
Sound quality is not good at allThe most common complaint from consumers is that their Bous speakers sound poor.
Some speakers have a tendency to make the sound “jumbled” or “over-stressed,” according to Consumer Reports.
Other consumers complain about a lack of clarity or the “dissimilarity” of the sound, as well as that the speaker can “overload” and sound “too loud.”
These complaints can be caused by one of several factors.
The most common is that the speakers may be used in a noisy environment, and can overload with music.
Other common complaints include a lack in bass response and clarity, poor bass response, poor clarity, and a lack or reduced volume.
If you listen to your own music while using these speakers, you’ll probably notice that the sound is less clear, not better, and that the bass response is more pronounced.
The most important thing to remember when comparing a speaker system is that you can expect to hear much more bass and clarity with your music when you’re listening to it in a room that is quiet.2.
The speaker is loud and/or too brightSome consumers are complaining about the loudness of the speakers in comparison to other speakers in the same room, according the Consumer Reports survey.
A loud speaker, for example, might be loud and can be heard through a wall.
However, many consumers report that they have trouble getting rid of this speaker as it has been with them for years.3.
The speakers sound distortedWhen a speaker is used in an environment that is not quiet, its sound can “jumble,” or get “stretched” or distorted, according Consumer Reports, and this can create a sense of “jitter.”
This can also result in “tanginess” in the speaker’s soundstage.
When used in noisy environments, it can also cause distortion and “dissonance.”4.
There is a tendency for the speaker to overheat or “heated”The speakers can overheat and/ or overheat when used in environments where the ambient temperature is higher than the speaker itself.
This can result in a “chill effect” in your listening experience, as the speaker may be “hot” or feel hot.5.
The audio quality can be “unpleasant”Some consumers report hearing “chaos” or other audio problems when listening to these speakers in noisy, overheated environments.6.
The soundstage can “bend”The soundstage of a speaker can bend and distort, according a Consumer Reports report, resulting in “noise that sounds like it is coming from behind.”
This “bends” the soundstage in the listening position, which can “cause a distortion in the sound,” according the report.
This “bending” can also lead to “breathing” sounds, as listeners “catch on fire” when listening.7.
The “bass” in a speaker may sound “distorted”The speaker may “pop” or be “buzzed” or have “vibrato,” according a Consumers report.8.
The noise is too loudSome consumers have reported a “somewhat noticeable” soundstage bending when listening in loud environments, according another Consumer Reports study.9.
The bass response can be muffledIn some instances, the “bass can be very weak or nonexistent,” according Consumer Reviews.10.
There are other potential issues with the speaker that can lead to unwanted or “problematic” soundThe speakers often have “noisy” or uneven bass, and the sound of the speaker in a loud environment can “feel like it’s floating in the air,” according another report.11.
The low-level audio output may be too weakIn some cases, the speaker is “unable to reproduce certain frequencies,” according some Consumer Reports reports.12.
The frequency response may not match what you’re hearingThe frequency response of the Bluetooth speakers can be unpredictable, depending on the listening environment, according some consumer reviews, according Business Insider.13.
There’s a lack on clarity, clarity and clarityThe lack of “clearness” or bass in the speakers can “tangle the sound field,” according consumer reviews of the Bose speakers