We were able to get our hands on the QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones. These are a solid noise cancelling headphone that is very durable and affordable. Join us as we review the QuietComfort35 and breakdown what we like and what we don’t like.
Design and Build
The Bose QuietComfort 35 is designed for people who have an understated palette. They’re almost the same as other Bose headphones. These headphones are made from premium materials, which makes them lightweight. They only weigh 234g, yet they’re stiff.
The earcups’ outer shell is made of metal, and the frame and headbands are made up of plastic. It’s all covered in faux-leather. They also give you a hard case that your wireless headphones can easily fit into.
These wireless headphones deserve to have the term ‘Comfort’ in the name. They’re such comfortable headphones due to the premium materials.
The buttons are right on top of the earcup on the right. The buttons for controlling the volume are also on the side. This model has the multifunction button that lets you play or pause music, accept calls, and initiate voice commands.
The Bose QUIETCOMFORT 35 has a lithium-ion battery. The batteries give you 20 hours play time without the wires, and 40 hours play time while wired. They fully charge in 2.25 hours. Also, it comes with a USB cable that lets you charge the wireless headphones on your PC or laptop.
The QuietComfort 35 has NFC (Near Field Communication) which is a short-range wireless technology. This lets two devices connect every time they are within proximity of each other. With the Bose QuietComfort 35, NFC is utilized to easily pair them with devices like your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
These wireless headphones are able to pair with two devices at a time. You can pair them with your smartphone and tablet at the same time. You can watch a video on your tablet, or listen to music on it, while you can easily receive calls on your smartphone.
Call Quality and Noise Isolation/Cancellation
These wireless headphones are said to have the world-class noise cancellation feature that makes the music sound so much better. Some people say that this feature is only useful at low frequencies, and not so much at high frequencies.
The microphone on these headphones has a noise-rejecting feature. This makes the person on the other side of your call hear you much better. These headphones can work with a lot of smartphone apps that have Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). This feature comes in very handy when you want to use Skype or other messaging apps.
The active noise-canceling feature is top of the line, making it suitable to use when listening in public. When you’re traveling to different places, this is a great feature to have. It allows you to concentrate on your music instead of all of the random noise outside. Also, with these wireless headphones, you don’t need to bring a headset to accept calls. With these, you can take calls anytime and anywhere.
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