Bose QuietComfort 35 Review – Block Out Noise

There are headphones that claim that have great active noise cancellation (ANC) but falls short on their promises, and then there’s the Bose QuietComfort 35. It promotes great, if not one of the best ANC features to-date, and it’s also wireless. However, it does cost more than the QuietComfort 25, but the price bump is a modest one. So if you don’t want to be bothered by outside noise and you don’t mind paying a bit extra for the feature, then your search is over.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Review - Block Out Noise

The Bose QuietComfort 35 Promotes One of the Best Active Noise Cancellation Features To-Date

In terms of design, the Bose QuietComfort 35 is very much similar to the QuietComfot 25. Also, why it is flagged as a lightweight pair of headphones, it is generally heavier than the QC25. For those who are curious about its weight, it weighs in at 10.9-ounces while the QC25 comes in at 6.9-ounces. There is one significant change to its exterior, and that is to widen the headband. This makes the headphone to have a bit more stable fit.

The QuietComfort 35 has microphones both inside and outside the earcups. The company says that it measures and sends the unwanted noise to two proprietary digital electronic chips found on each earpiece. It is able to respond with a precise, equal, and opposite signal that takes effect in less than a fraction of a millisecond. As per Bose, the headphone is also equipped with a new digital equalizing system. This balances sound whether you’re playing tracks at lower or higher volume levels.

For its battery life, the headphone is rated to have 20-hours of continuous play on a full charge, with is good. However, the company has move to an integrated rechargeable battery from the predecessors AAA removable battery design.

In terms of audio performance, playing music with it sounds normal, which is good for the most part. Though it may not be the best-sounding Bluetooth headphone out there, it is certainly among the ranks of the better ones.

For those who want to block out unwanted noise in such a great fashion, then the Bose QuietComfort 35 is right on the money. Its active noise-cancelling feature is more effective and clearly more superior than a lot of its rivals within the same price class. It does such a great job of muffing out sound that it is very useful for when, say you’re inside a train and you want to be at peace with your music.


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Bose QuietComfort 35 Review – Block Out Noise
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