Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones
- Uses Active Noise Cancelling to block out as much outside sound as possible.
- The fit is really good with the headband using a foam cushion and the ear cushion is made leather.
- Easy to use with its Buttons
- Long battery life with 20 hours when it's completely wireless and it can be 40 hours of battery life if you have them plugged into a device.
- Active Noise Cancelling turns off Once it's out of battery power for when you're using it wired
When it comes to headphones we usually think that we have to plug it into a device and how they’re large and bulky.
However, the age of wireless devices has been rising rapidly and that has resulted in lots of headphones becoming wireless. Since wireless headphones have hit the market, they have made quite a large change because now we’re able to take the high-quality sound experience with us everywhere that we go, while being able to be free from any wires at all.
That is what this Bose QuietComfort 35 offer as it’s wireless headphones that provide the best listening experience on the market. Bose is one of the best companies that sell audio products and these headphones are certainly a testament to how impressive their capabilities are even when you go wireless.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 definitely has its reasons of why it’s so expensive and there is also logical reasons why it’s selling really well.
This is one of Bose’s first Bluetooth headphones, and they have done a really good job. The main reason for that is because of the way that the headphones are designed to really hug against your ears and that’s able to cancel noises from the environment.
Another part that the make the sounds experience with this pair of headphones amazing is the use of Active Noise Cancelling technologies.
We’ll just call it ANC from here on out. What ANC is able to do, is that it can take noises that come from your environment and the sends the sounds that have nothing to do with what you’re listening to, over to a chip on the right and left the side of the headphones.
One of the most useful sound quality designs is that the QuietComfort 35 is actually able to adjust the sound depending on how high or low you place your volume. This way, the base that you’re listening to won’t sound too hard and the electronica won’t turn into a rough static sound, as that usually happens with earbuds because there’s not equalization of the sound happening.
Overall, when you place its 3 main specializations when it comes to this QuietComfort35:
- Firm Fit Around the Ears
- Active Noise Canceling (ANC)
- Sound Equalization
The result is having a sound quality that is constantly superb no matter what you’re listening to.
These are Bluetooth headphones so you’re able to pick up your calls and talk, so you don’t have to hold your smartphone to your ear.
When you’re talking to someone, it’s just like listening to your music, but in this case, you’re able to hear everything even better since you’re just exchanging words.
The ANC tech is fabulous to have because you can have a conversation with anyone while there are super loud noises around you, which you can’t really do when trying to talk through a smartphone alone.
Since these are Bluetooth Headphones, it has a built-in battery unlike its predecessor, the QuietComfort 25 that used AAA batteries for power. In this case, the QC 35 uses a built-in Lithium-Ion battery that’s rechargeable once it runs out of power.
With that said, you may not like the idea of a built-in battery but rest assured that’s it’s actually really good because the QC 35 has a battery life of 20 hours for when you’re constantly using it and that can be extended to 40 hours if you’re using the audio jack with a device.
When the battery life runs out, you can still use the headphones via the audio jack by connecting it to another device. It’s just that you won’t be taking advantage of any of the Noise Cancelling capabilities that it has.
Size and Weight:
The QuietComfort 35 has a good size, just don’t go thinking that this is going to have a similar size to a Bluetooth headset such as LG’s HBS series. Instead, these headphones are just right when it comes to its size and weight, which won’t be tiring you out.
It has a length of 7.1 inches, a width of 6.7 inches and a thickness of 3.1 inches. The weight of the headphones is 8.3 ounces. Not bad at all, and you’ll find them be lightweight once you wear them and starting listening to the high-quality sound.
Of course, there is going to be few functional components with QuietComfort 35 since they’re wireless headphones and there are buttons which are going to be useful for when you want to start, stop and skip music.
On the right headphones is where you’re going to find the power switch, and under it is near the bottom is where the there’s the play/stop button, a back button for when you want to go back to a song, the skip button to go to the next song and also volume buttons.
All the way at the bottom of the headphone is where there’s the Micro-USB Input port because after all this headphone is a Bluetooth one and you have to recharge it once it’s out of battery power.
Also at the bottom of the right headphone, there are two lights. One light is for battery power and the other is to show whether you have the QuietComfort 35 connected via Bluetooth. Once you turn on the headphones it actually tells you the battery power it’s at in the percentage manner.
On the left headphone, there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack that you’re able to use for when either the QuietComfort 35 is out of power or if you want to extend its battery life.
When you connect the QuietComfort 35 to a device its battery life is actually longer and it goes from its wireless battery life of 20 hours and to one that’s 40 hours long. The audio cable that comes with the headphones is about 4 feet long.
Also, all around the QuietComfort headphones are lots of noise canceling microphones.
Overall, the comfort quality of the headphones is really good because it has a wider headband that features a foam cushion and it also uses leather ear cushions to keep your ears comfortable at an all-time high.
The best part of the comfort quality is that the headphones are quite flexible, and as result, they won’t be crushing against your head. Instead, they just fit perfectly around your ears without too much tightness from falling down.
Structure and Material:
In all, the build quality of the Quiet Comfort headphones is really good and of course, you won’t be getting things like stainless steel or anything heavy as it makes no sense for those be used with a pair of headphones. However, the Bose QuietComfort 35 uses a superb design that makes its build quality really good and it’s able to withstand daily use.
All of its areas are very reliable because the Bose QuietComfort 35 has been optimized in nearly all of its areas. The sound quality is great because of its design, Noise Cancelling tech and the sound equalizers are hard at work no matter what you’re listening to.
Comfort is also another major part of reliability and these headphones have got you covered because it uses high-quality materials and it’s quite flexible to offer the best fit for everybody.
The sound quality of the QuietComfort 35 is really good because it has many components that fall into making it really good.
It has great material usage in certain parts, such as its foam headband and it also uses leather ear cushions that are blissful to feel.
The QC 35 is very reliable to use whether you’re listening to music, podcasts, or having a talk on the phone. They’re able to deliver a high quality long lasting sound experience.
Some may say that the QuietComfort 35 noise-canceling headphones are too expensive, but in fact, there’s a reason for their price. Which would be the great quality that they bring to the sound experience they offer.
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