Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones review

Editor rating

0/5 on June 23, 2016

User's rating

PROS

  • Powerful audio performance for wireless noise-cancelling headphones
  • Voice command
  • Powerful audio
  • Monumental battery life

CONS

VERDICT

This new pair of Bose QuietComfort 35 is the best noise-cancelling headphones in town. It's great for travelling, crowded places, and office workspaces, though other headphones can provide you with what you need at a lower cost.

Don’t you ever wish that you can just drown out the surrounding sound with your music, but the sound outside of your headphones was instead so irritatingly loud? Yeah, we’ve all been there. The Bose QuietComfort 35 has the highest quality Bluetooth noise cancellation and audio performance on the market to date. Here are multiple things to consider about our QC35.

Features

Our noise-cancelling headphones come in two colors: silver and black. It also measures at around 3.1 x 6.7 x 7.1 convenient inches, weighs about 10.9 ounces, and the shipping weight is 1.6 pounds.

Our headphones also come complete with one lithium ion battery, USB charging cable, carrying case, backup audio cable, and an airline adapter, which is great for traveling on those loud airplanes.

We have improved the audio quality of these headphones from their previous counterparts, including the bose quietcomfort 20 and bose quietcomfort 15. Besides being able to play audio at high volumes without any distortion issues, the QC35 has many other available quality features:

  • Bose headphones are noise cancelling and perfect for travelling on a plane or by train
  • A dual-microphone system, though not new of the Bose quietcomfort series, is now noise-rejecting allows for phone calls in crowded areas or windy weather
  • Conveniently wireless with the use of Bluetooth, though a wire is still provided
  • While wireless, can last about 20 hours before being charged again, and about twice the amount of time if connected with a wire

Pros
Although the QC20 can provide an extent of quality that surpasses your preference, those were Bose earbuds. If you prefer headphones that surround your ear rather than enter your ear, then this is one of the many pros of the QC35.

You would probably agree with us when we say that listening to music should be a comfortable and, in this case,convenient experience. That’s why our Bose noise cancelling QC35 headphones can provide you with many more benefits, including:

  • Voice command for wireless connection without having to reach for device
  • Volume can adjust to both internal and external audio
  • Powerful audio remains preserved throughout any changes
  • Noise cancellation activates with or without wire
  • Monumental battery life; can last for over 500 battery charges

Cons
As mentioned before, our Bose headphones price is about $50 higher than the last model. Aside from the improved audio and noise cancellation, our Bose headphones may provide you with the same needs you can obtain from another one of our headphones at a lower price.

If you still have any interest in purchasing our QC35, then here are some cons you should consider, first:

  • As noise-cancelling headphones, the audio quality may not be as great as some audiophiles would prefer
  • The bass may be a little too intense at a lower volume
  • Noise-cancelling cannot stop loud, yet short, immediate sounds right away that occur at times, such as the loud laughter of family nearby
  • Doesn’t support Bluetooth aptX, which would help provide CD-quality sound

New Bose QuietComfort 35

Verdict

Our Bose QuietComfort 35 review wraps up as such:

  • Industry leading in noise cancellation headphones
  • Audio quality isn’t perfect, but greatly improved from our previous Bose headphones
  • A bit pricey, but the higher quality warrants it
  • Comfortable, easy to use, and convenient for travelling
All-in-all, although our Bose QuietComfort 35 noise-cancelling headphones may not be the best choice for audiophiles, they are great for those who travel often as well as work in a relatively noisy place.

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