Bose SoundLink AE II Wireless Headphones Black
Is my tablet or smartphone compatible with SoundLink® around-ear wireless headphones II?
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.
Can these headphones simultaneously be connected to two devices?
Yes, they can maintain a connection to two Bluetooth® devices at the same time by using multipoint technology.
Do these headphones work with my TV? Would they work with a Bluetooth® transmitter?
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.
Can these headphones be used for VoIP?
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.
Why is an audio cable included in the box?
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.
Can these headphones be used for gaming?
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.
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