Let’s Admit It: Everyone Secretly Hates Bose

November 18, 2021


 I know this may come as a surprise to some of you, but at the end of the day, you don’t have to be a fan of Bose Soundstage speakers to hate the sound of them. I am the first person who has ever hated the sound of the speakers, and the only reason I don’t wear a headset is that I want to have my own music to listen to while I do my thing.

Sure, the speakers are a little expensive, but when you can’t hear yourself playing your music through the music system, it’s a little irritating.

I’ve gotten a little frustrated with my own lack of quality sound, so when an opportunity arises to buy a pair of Bose Soundstage speakers, I’m there. I’ve listened to music on them before without a problem, but I never really got into the music until those speakers came out.

The Bose Soundstage speakers are the same as the Beats Solo, which are the speakers that Bose makes in Germany that you plug into your stereo.

At first, I was skeptical about the Bose speakers because I thought they would sound bad, so I brought them to my apartment just to test them out. The speakers actually sound rather good. They are a little on the expensive side for a stereo system, but it’s not too bad.

The other thing I like about the Bose speakers is that they don’t have any wires sticking out of the back. Instead, they have a rubber grommet that you must push into your headphone socket in order to get the speaker to work. The speaker itself is quite light, but there are actually two in a row. There’s a single speaker for left and right channels, and a second for middle that you can choose to use for a stereo effect.

Well, there's a reason why most people buy Bose speakers (and other audio devices) over cheap ones.


There's a certain amount of stigma that comes with audio gear costing thousands of dollars. The reason for this stigma is that an audio system that costs a few thousand dollars can sound better than a cheap, knock-off, and almost-worthless product with some cheap parts.

It's a good point. The Bose line of audio products was made even better by being the first to include a USB audio input.

This, in turn, led to many other companies developing products that made audio more accessible to a wide range of people. In fact, it was one of the first companies to push the idea of connecting an audio device to a phone, so you didn't have to carry around a physical piece of equipment.

Although it wasn’t invented by Bose, the company soon came up with the idea to include an audio input in their speakers. The idea was to use the line of headphones that are sold with your phone as an accessory to plug into a regular jack. So basically they sold the headphone jack and invented the Bose headphone. I think that’s a pretty cool idea, but still, it’s kinda disappointing people are hating on it.

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