Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones Review

Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones

Enjoy your music without wires. Just the music and you.

Bose has some of the best noise cancellation technology used in any headphones on the market today. The QuietComfort 35 headphones uses this technology in these top of the line Bluetooth headphones.

Connecting wirelessly is easy with NFC pairing or bluetooth pairing. Voice prompts will guide you through the connection process.

Sound quality is superb, the Volume-optimised EQ ensures that what ever the environment your music will still sound sharp and true.

The over the ear headphone are lightweight and comfortable and are great for extended listening periods. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery delivers up to 20 hours per charge so you can listen wirelessly for longer. If you choose to connect by the supplied audio cable you can extend your listening time and get 40 hours playback.

9 Total Score
Top of the Line.

PROS
  • Fantastic quality.
  • Brilliant Noise Canceling Technology.
  • Superb Sound
CONS
  • High Cost.
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Bose have re-engineered  their QuietComfort® headphones with Bluetooth technology. With the outstanding noise cancellation you would expect from Bose you will find quiet sound quieter and music ...

£329.95 £326.99

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Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones

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95

Sound quality is fabulous, head and shoulders above the headphones I’ve used before, and the noise cancellation is excellent. Tested this against a playground full of shouting schoolchildren and also a wood lathe and no noise interference whatsoever. They are extremely comfortable to wear and I absolutely love them!

Source: Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones – Black: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics

88

Bose’s noise-canceling headphone now comes in a wireless Bluetooth version and it’s the little things — not just the sound — that make it top notch.

Source: Bose QuietComfort 35 review – CNET