These are the Bose QuietComfort 35, noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones and the latest release from Bose and finally, they have released a wireless version of their very popular QuietComfort 25 headphones.
Inside the box is a case which has a small size footprint and should easily fit in your bag. Along with the headphones you get an airplane adapter, USB charging cable and a back-up audio cable if you don’t want to use Bluetooth.
The headphones are both comfortable and durable. The headband is soft and allows the headphones to stretch wide enough to even the widest of heads. The ear cups are large and sit nicely over the ears and the cushioned pads are very comfortable even after extended use.
When you turn the headphones on, it very helpfully tells you how much battery there is left and what devices it’s connected to.
From the App Store you can get an app to manage it’s Bluetooth connections. These headphones can connect to two devices at the same time and connect automatically when you switch them on. This means very quick and easy use – no navigating through settings menus when you want to use them. This is super cool.
Next up, the noise-cancelling. These are some of the best noise-cancelling headphones I’ve used. They do a great job of filtering out constant noises especially in the mid and low range. If you’re not used to noise-cancelling headphones then it will a weird experience at first. Like sticking your ears under water in the bath tub. The one downside is that wind noise feels amplified through these headphones. If the weather is bad, perhaps don’t wear these.
The sound quality in these headphones is exactly what you would expect from Bose, no surprises. Overall it’s a warm tone, with balance across the frequency ranges. If you love bass and want a lot of it, then you’d best look else where. Bass is present, but is in no way over-powering. It could also do with some more presence in the top-end, but overall it does a very good job. Rock, Pop and classical music all sound great. Electronic music is also good, but as I said before about the bass, it might leave some listeners disappointed.
Battery life is great at 20 hours wireless and 40 hours wired. Build quality and comfort are both fantastic and I personally highly recommend these headphones. However, as I always say with headphone reviews, try them before you buy them. If you want to find out more about the Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones, you can find out more on the Bose website.
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